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Skykomish

Label: Discernment Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: Roll Over Redmond; What A Fool Believes; When You Believe (Prince of Egypt); Eleanor Rigby; Skykomish Shuffle; Creepin'; If You could Read My Mind; Windows of the World; Waiting for a Girl; Flash Dance (What A Feeling); Oh Happy Day; Save the Best For Last.

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Craig Buhler: Skykomish

Read "Skykomish" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Reed man Craig Buhler, an educator by profession, is in every sense of the definition a West Coast jazz musician. He also serves as Musical Director of the 18-piece Stardust Big Band and as leader of the Jazz 101 combo--all significant credentials to being an established jazz artist. But there is another side to this versatile ...

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Craig Buhler: Skykomish

Read "Skykomish" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

On Capistrano Sessions (Discernment Music, 2007), saxophonist/arranger Craig Buhler boldly updated the sound of West Coast Cool, effectively making him the heir proper to composer Marty Paich. Buhler tempers his grip on said inheritance with Skykomish, an effort to add to the new book of jazz standards while suggesting two of his own. An “everyman" musician, ...

Capistrano Sessions

Label: Discernment Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: Lookear; Capistrano; Rivers; October; Paris Buffet; Himalayan; Migration; Molly Ann; Quiet Passion; Madrid Session; Harbor Cafe Blues.

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Craig Buhler: Capistrano Sessions

Read "Capistrano Sessions" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

This is the first album for saxophonist/composer/bandleader Craig Buhler, who hails from the Seattle area. Since the early '70s, Buhler has also had a successful run with his rock band, Honk, as well as providing, in another phase of his musical life, Christian music. Buhler and his quintet provide eleven original compositions that evoke ...

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Craig Buhler: Capistrano Sessions

Read "Capistrano Sessions" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Welcome to the West Coast, and welcome to some buoyant cool jazz on Capistrano Sessions. Multiple reedist Craig Buhler (clarinet, alto and tenor saxophones) takes us on a “trip along the Pacific Coast" on this recording. This quintet outing fits the mold of fellow West Coaster Art Pepper's sound, though Buhler and his mates have perhaps ...

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Craig Buhler: Capistrano Sessions

Read "Capistrano Sessions" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

A blind spin of The Capistrano Sessions immediately evokes the recordings Shorty Rogers made in the 1950s. The sound, the swing, the je ne sais quoi is a vintage West Coast jazz vibe. One of the hallmarks of the West Coast sound is the facile ability for small combos to sound like a much larger band. ...


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