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Huge CD Giveaway from Jazz Now! Seattle in Celebration of Reaching 1000 Downloads

Jazz Now! Seattle, a new podcast spotlighting all the incredible jazz music coming out of Seattle, WA, has passed the 1000 download mark less than two weeks after their debut. To celebrate, they are giving away tons of CD's from Seattle jazz bands. There are four packages:Origin Records Package: Featuring new CD's from Thomas Marriott, Chad ...

Come Rain or Come Shine

Label: Pony Boy Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Speak No Evil; Blues #3; Come Rain or Come Shine; Infant Eyes; Call It Whatchawanna; Stella by Starlight; Manteca; Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum; In a Mellow Tone; Body and Soul; Amazing Grace; Jumpin

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Emerald City Jazz Orchestra: Come Rain or Come Shine

Read "Come Rain or Come Shine" reviewed by Jack Bowers

A rule of thumb for any artistic endeavor is that a sequel is seldom as good as the original. The qualifier “seldom must be used because there are occasional exceptions to the rule. As luck would have it, here comes one now--the Emerald City Jazz Orchestra's remarkable followup to its debut album, Alive and Swingin'! (SMP ...

Alive and Swingin'

Label: Seeley Music Productions
Released: 2001
Track listing: It's Only a Paper Moon; Love for Sale; So What; Nancy; Kites' Moonlight and Mo's; Tolovana Stomp; I Remember Clifford; New Blues; Very Early; Waltzing Mathilda; Well You Needn't; Stardust

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Emerald City Jazz Orchestra: Alive and Swingin'

Read "Alive and Swingin'" reviewed by Dave Nathan

The Emerald City Jazz Orchestra is made up of solid jazz personages from the Seattle area's large and active jazz community. The Orchestra's maiden album is made highly listenable by fresh and innovative arrangements. Among the songs that stand out are a medium tempo “It's only a Paper Moon" with a Count Basie like piano by ...

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Emerald City Jazz Orchestra: Alive and Swingin'

Read "Alive and Swingin'" reviewed by Jack Bowers

A few months ago I sang widely the praises of the Hawk–Richard Jazz Orchestra, a company of relative unknowns from Texas who made a dream come true by producing one of the more colorful and exciting big–band discs of ’98. Few contemporary ensembles have impressed me as much as Hawk–Richard — but here’s one that has, ...


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