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George Garzone


Saxophonist George Garzone is a member of The Fringe, a jazz trio founded in 1972 that includes bassist John Lockwood and drummer Bob Gullotti, that performs regularly in the Boston area and has toured Portugal. The group has released three albums. A veteran jazzman, George Garzone has appeared on over 20 recordings. He began on the tenor when he was six, played in a family band and attended Berklee College of Music in Boston. In addition, George Garzone has guested in many situations, touring Europe with Jamaaladeen Tacuma and performing with Danilo Perez, Joe Lovano, Jack DeJohnette, Rachel Z and John Patitucci among others. Garzone is well-known as a sought-after jazz educator, currently teaching at the Berklee College of Music


Soundtrack For A Film Without Pictures

Label: Need To Know
Released: 2023
Track listing: The Life; The Call; The Refusal; The Meeting; The Crossing; The Test; The Approach; The Ordeal: The Reward; The Road Back; The Resurrection; The Return; Credits.


VuVu for Frances

Label: Daly Bread
Released: 2023
Track listing: All the Way; Sweet Georgia Bright; Fools Rush In; People Will Say We’re in Love; The Lonely Goatherd; Mood Indigo; Warm Valley/What Am I Here For?; Hold Out Your Hand; Half Nelson; Harlem Nocturne; The Very Thought of You; The Saga of Harrison Crabfeathers; Manhattan.


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Celebrating Koko Taylor Plus New Releases By Count Basie Orchestra, Darcy James Argue, Lenora Zenzali Helm, Kavita Shah, Lezlie Harrison & More

Read "Celebrating Koko Taylor Plus New Releases By Count Basie Orchestra, Darcy James Argue, Lenora Zenzali Helm, Kavita Shah, Lezlie Harrison & More" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin

This broadcast includes new releases from The Count Basie Orchestra, Sharon Minemoto, Darcy James Argue's Secret Society, Lenora Zenzalai Helm, Kavita Shah, Lezlie Harrison and Eunmi Lee, with birthday shoutouts to Koko Taylor, Ann Richards, George Garzone, Melissa Stylianou, Basia, Nadia Washington and Carolina Calvache, among others. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you ...


Article: Album Review

Jon De Lucia: And the Stars Were Shining

Read "And the Stars Were Shining" reviewed by Richard J Salvucci

All instruments can be difficult and some even look intimidating. Some are notoriously tough to play in tune. Some emit unpleasant sounds without much prompting, especially squeaks. Welcome to the world of the clarinet. Non-players often wonder how anyone coaxes pretty sounds from the beast. Some wonder how to coax out any sound at all. The ...

Article: Radio & Podcasts

Quincy Jones, Claire Daly, Bob Mintzer & Nanny Assis

Read "Quincy Jones, Claire Daly, Bob Mintzer & Nanny Assis" reviewed by Joe Dimino

Off a long-awaited album by one of the most ebullient cats in jazz, we start the 817th Episode of Neon Jazz with a track from Nanny Assis's Rovanio. From there, we remain in a bossa nova groove with Quincy Jones before we delve into a trove of new tunes from the likes of Ethan Cohn, Michael ...


Article: Take Five With...

Take Five with Jon De Lucia

Read "Take Five with Jon De Lucia" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Jon De Lucia Jon De Lucia is a Brooklyn-based saxophonist, clarinetist and composer. Originally from Quincy, MA, he moved to New York City in 2005.Since then he has performed in the US and internationally at the Burlington Discover Jazz Fest, the Tanglewood Jazz Festival, and the Tamana-shi Jazz Festival in Japan. In New York he ...


Article: Album Review

Claire Daly (with George Garzone): VuVu for Frances

Read "VuVu for Frances" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Working jazz musicians have long been accustomed to the necessity of playing just about anything, in any setting, and Claire Daly is no exception. The intrepid baritone saxophonist has recorded tributes to Thelonious Monk and Rahsaan Roland Kirk and, in 2016, she even offered a distinctive take on Motown classics with 2468 West Grand Boulevard (Glass ...


Article: Album Review

Funkwrench Blues: Soundtrack For A Film Without Pictures

Read "Soundtrack For A Film Without Pictures" reviewed by Chris May

Once upon a time it was hard to walk into an arthouse cinema without bumping into a jazz soundtrack. Miles Davis' for Louis Malle's Ascenseur Pour L'échafaud (1958), Charles Mingus' for John Cassavetes' Shadows (1959), Krzysztof Komeda's for Roman Polanski's Knife In The Water (1962) were among a legion of similarly inclined endeavours. ...


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The Call

Label: Need To Know
Released: 2023
Duration: 3:50


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