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Harvie S


Any jazz fan will tell you Harvie S is one of the great bass players on the scene today. He's played with the best and he continues to challenge himself and his peers in new artistic directions. Moreover, Harvie is a producer, bandleader, composer and educator. Harvie S has performed with masters in jazz music and masters in Latin music including Stan Getz, Pat Methany, Chet Baker, Dexter Gordon, Jim Hall, Michael Brecker, Gil Evans, Arturo O'Farrill, Lee Konitz, James Williams, James Moody, Al Cohn and Zoot Sims, Houston Person, Art Farmer, Toots Thielemans, Bob Mintzer, Joe Lovano, Dave Leibman, Vic Juris, Danilo Perez, Paquito D'Rivera, Ray Barretto, Ray Vega, David Valintin and countless others


The Venetian

Label: Innervision Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Days of Wine and Roses; Solar; Stella by Starlight; Alone Together; How Insensitive; Windows; Lush Life; Nardis; Tune Up; Tell Her You Saw Me; I Love You; Without a Sound; Without a Sound (reprise).



Label: PureMusic Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: The Velvet Hammer; Walk Up; A Fine Vine; Lazy Dazy; Open Sesame; The Search For New Light; 144; Exit.



Label: Barking Coda Music
Released: 2023
Track listing: Belew’s Knot; Harvie Livingston Seagull; Three Simple Truths; Don’t Forget; Canto Belo; Garry on a Bike Ride; For Lou Lou, Where Ever You Are; Spring Forward.



Label: Self Produced
Released: 2023
Track listing: Tweed Boulevard; Infinite Mobility; Inner Space; From the Heart; Synergy; Trance Dance; Whirling Dervish; Radioactive.



Label: Steeplechase Lookout
Released: 2023
Track listing: Interchange; Who Cares; You’re My Everything; Invitation; The Scene Is Clean; Return; Yours Is My Heart Alone; Last Embrace; Very Early.


The Song Inside the Tune

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2023
Track listing: Yesterdays; Speak Softly, Love (Nino Rota “Theme from The Godfather); Just The Two Of Us; Beautiful; Satin Doll; Pathetique; What’ll I Do; Last Dance; Speak Softly, Love (Bonus Track “Extended Version”).


Article: Album Review

David Janeway: Interchange

Read "Interchange" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Unearthing and releasing old music--even sounds sourced from decades old tapes--has become common in jazz. Pianist Bill Evans (thank you. Zev Feldman) has enjoyed something of a twenty-first-century renaissance. Pianist Fred Hersch released @ The Village Vanguard (Palmetto Records, 2018), recorded in 1997; and 2021 saw the posthumous release from pianist Masabumi Kikuchi, Hanamichi (Red Hook), ...


Article: Album Review

Michael Costantino: The Song Inside the Tune

Read "The Song Inside the Tune" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Rhythm, the lifeblood of jazz performances, takes center stage in Michael Costantino's album, The Song Inside the Tune. The album explores the vast terrain of rhythmic structures, with the trio's expert navigation of the eighth note serving as the backbone of their groove. The exploration unfolds a multifaceted perspective on Costantino's rhythmic approach, and thus, his ...


Article: Album Review

Vin Venezia: The Venetian

Read "The Venetian" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Vin Venezia won't blow your mind or even knock your socks off--that's simply not his style. The New Jersey-based guitarist will, however, lure you into his orbit with the sort of smooth and mellow sounds and precisely articulated phrases often associated such masters as Jim Hall, Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass and others who blazed a trail ...


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