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Souvenir Of You

Label: Evening Star Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Happy Feet (At the Savoy); Wonderland (Isle Of Love); People Time (Forever Mine); Doozy Blues; Sunday Morning Comes; Scattin' Back to Harlem; Again and Again (I Try To Pretend); Anniversary Dance; Johnny True; Sail Away With Me; An Elegy In Blue; Sky Dance For Two; Souvenir of You.

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Deborah Pearl: Souvenir Of You

Read "Souvenir Of You" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Singer, actress, screenwriter and lyricist Deborah Pearl's debut is a souvenir of a very special “you": alto saxophonist and composer Benny Carter. Pearl has taken 13 of Carter's compositions, added her own lyrics, and produced a lovingly-crafted collection that's a worthy addition to the Carter canon. His instrumental presence is also stamped firmly on the album, ...

The Subway Ballet

Label: Evening Star Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Watch the Closing Doors; Dance of the Downtown Punks; Electriglide; Dance of the Wall Street Brokers; Steel Wheels; Dance of the Hassidic Diamond Merchants; Making Tracks; The Blind Beggar Encounters the Korean Peddler; Momentum; Dance of the Midtown Career Women; Straphanging; Pas de Deux; Express Stop; 125th Street; Red Hook Blues; Happy Birthday Berlin; How Did It Get So Late; Realization.

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Randy Sandke and the Metatonal Big Band: The Subway Ballet

Read "The Subway Ballet" reviewed by Ken Dryden

Trumpeter Randy Sandke, considered a mainstream jazz stylist, reveals another side on this release, compiled from two sessions recorded about fifteen years apart. The Subway Ballet is a wild suite scored for big band (substituting vibes and xylophone for piano) that utilizes a metatonal harmonic approach, frequently sounding like snippets of music written ...

The Mystic Trumpeter

Label: Evening Star Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: The Mystic Trumpeter (Liquid Prelude, The Walks of Paradise, Sounds of Smiting Steel, The Flames That Heal The World, Distant Thunder, Enough To Merely Be); Symphony For Six (Allegro, Adagio, Scherzo, Rondo).

Trumpet After Dark

Label: Evening Star Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Quiet Is The Night; Nocturne; Being Human; Goodbye For Now; Star Crossed Lovers; Etude In E; Le Jour Ou La Colombe; Monk's Mood; A Blues Serenade; Can She Excuse My Wrongs; Lullabye For Karen; Blues For Sandy; Lush Life; Soul Eyes.

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Randy Sandke and the Metatonal Band: The Mystic Trumpeter

Read "The Mystic Trumpeter" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Trumpeter and composer Randy Sandke has recorded 22 albums as a leader since 1985 and has appeared on countless others in largely a mainstream and postwar swing setting, and of late he has dabbled in outside jazz. The Mystic Trumpeter may be Sandke's most ambitious effort to date. The album is presented as “metatonal" music, which ...

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The Randy Sandke Quartet: Trumpet After Dark

Read "Trumpet After Dark" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

There is much to admire in this album, subtitled Jazz In A Meditative Mood. Trumpeter Randy Sandke has been actively recording since 1985, largely in a postwar swing and mainstream style, although Mainstream Meets the New Music, his 2002 venture into free jazz, raised some eyebrows and garnered new fans. Sandke is comfortable working in a ...


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