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Cry Babies: Cry Babies

Read "Cry Babies" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

History hasn't left behind many traces of Cry Babies--its 1969 debut has until now been extraordinarily difficult (and expensive) to find on vinyl--other than these sounds. Most musician credits only list first names except for organ player Sérgio Carvalho and producer Durval Ferreira, whose career also includes work with Eurmir Deodato and Sergio Mendes. Saxophonist Oberdan ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dewa Budjana: Zentuary

Read "Zentuary" reviewed by John Kelman

In retrospect, all paths have truly led to this. Four increasingly impressive recordings for Moonjune Records have brought Dewa Budjana together with a variety of high profile, top-drawer jazz musicians from the American west and east coasts. Each successive album, from 2013's Dawai in Paradise through to 2015's Hasta Karma, have found the Indonesian guitarist raising ...

NEWS: VIDEO / DVD

Video Clips: Eumir Deodato

Video Clips: Eumir Deodato

Sometime around 3 p.m. yesterday afternoon, I had a craving for Eumir Deodato, the Brazilian composer-producer and jazz-fusion electric pianist. I have no idea why. Maybe it's the heat or that the light is fading earlier in the day and transitioning to early autumn. Or maybe I just wanted to hear a Fender Rhodes. It happens. ...

Take Five With Antonio Adolfo

Read "Take Five With Antonio Adolfo" reviewed by Antonio Adolfo

About Antonio Adolfo Pianist, arranger, producer and educator Antonio Adolfo grew up in a musical family in jny: Rio de Janeiro and began his studies at the age of seven. At seventeen he was already a professional musician. His teachers include Deodato and Nadia Boulanger in jny: Paris. During the 60's he participated in ...

Take Five with Stephen Prutsman

Read "Take Five with Stephen Prutsman" reviewed by Stephen Prutsman

Meet Stephen Prutsman Active as classical, world and jazz pianist, and composer and music event/festival curator, Stephen Prutsman continues to explore and seek common ground in music of all cultures and languages. On April 8, he performs his album Passengers for the first time in its entirety at Baryshnikov Arts Center in New York. The ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Bob Mintzer: Amazing Reach

Read "Bob Mintzer: Amazing Reach" reviewed by Bob Kenselaar

For about half of his four decade-long career in jazz, Bob Mintzer has been a member of the Yellowjackets, one of the most enduring, distinctive and creative bands in contemporary jazz. But, oddly enough, this association is a relatively small slice of Mintzer's remarkably multifaceted life in music as a saxophonist, bass clarinetist, composer, arranger, educator ...

NEWS: RECORDING

CTI 40th Anniversary Celebration Continues With 6 More Classic Reissues by Sony Masterworks

CTI RECORDS 40th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION CONTINUES! SONY MASTERWORKS JAZZ RELEASES CLASSIC REISSUES FROM GEORGE BENSON, DEODATO, MILT JACKSON, PAUL DESMOND, JIM HALL AND RON CARTER: Available January 25, 2011 Also available: Critically acclaimed CTI Records: The Cool Revolution deluxe 4-CD box and California Concert: The Hollywood Palladium 2-CD set featuring previously unreleased tracks Masterworks Jazz continues ...

Deodato 2

Label: CTI Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Super Strut; Rhapsody in Blue; Nights in White Satin; Pavane for a Dead Princess; Skyscrapers; Latin Flute; Venus; Do It Again.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Deodato: Deodato 2

Read "Deodato 2" reviewed by David Rickert

The surprise success of “Also Sprach Zarathrustra” on Prelude prompted Deodato to quickly follow with Deodato 2, a record that closely followed the template of his first number one hit. Deodato knew there was a lot of money to be made courting the rock audience, and there’s little on this record that could safely be called ...


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