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Hayes Greenfield: Music for a Green Planet

Read "Music for a Green Planet" reviewed by Jim Santella

Celebrating Earth Day all year round, saxophonist Hayes Greenfield combines tasteful jazz with an environmental message through fifteen original songs and more than forty cast members. It's a welcome thought: save the world, recycle, car pool, conserve power, seek alternate energy sources and make responsible behavior a part of the daily routine. He delivers this bright ...

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Hayes Greenfield: Because of You! & Duo + One

Read "Hayes Greenfield: Because of You! & Duo + One" reviewed by Terrell Kent Holmes

Hayes Greenfield Because of You! Dots and Lines 2007 Rashied Ali/Hayes Greenfield Duo + One Dots and Lines 2007 It's clear that, whether he's interpreting his own ...

Jazz-A-Ma-Tazz

Label: Liquid 8 Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Are We Rolling?; Twinkle Twinkle Little Star; Grandfather

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Hayes Greenfield: Jazz-A-Ma-Tazz

Read "Jazz-A-Ma-Tazz" reviewed by Jim Santella

Hayes Greenfield's jazz CD for kids isn't just for the children. Under his leadership, the session swings hard and reveals plenty of hot soloing. The music flows with a mainstream quality, serving to introduce pure jazz to a youthful audience, as well as reminding adults that this language is indeed universal. Greenfield founded Jazz-A-Ma-Tazz ...

Peace of Mind

Label: Dots & Lines
Released: 2005
Track listing: Homage to Pharoah; The Pied Piper; Caravan of Dreams; My Eileen; Tea for Three; That's All I Have to Do; Girls & Pearls; Fast Feet; Peace of Mind; Blues for Now.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Hayes Greenfield: Peace of Mind

Read "Peace of Mind" reviewed by Brian P. Lonergan

Saxophonist Hayes Greenfield's album Peace of Mind is a thoroughly enjoyable and palatable listen, a sonic equivalent of a painting with a wide array of colors all complementing each other. So it's a surprise that the music is mostly made by only a quartet.Part of that lasting effect is due to the joyous second ...

Hayes Greenfield: Peace of Mind

Read "Peace of Mind" reviewed by Jim Santella

With a charged-up quartet interpreting originals that honor the careers of heroes such as John Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders, Hayes Greenfield explores the wide-ranging fields that encompass modern jazz. His alto saxophone sounds off with breathtaking tirades that thrill. Greenfield's last album, Jazz-Ma-Tazz, was for children. This one goes much further, bringing together generations ...


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