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Houston Person wears the Boss Tenor crown, worn so long by Gene Ammons. Mr. Person is busy working his own gigs; booking his tours, finding new clubs, having phone numbers for every major concert promoter on every continent. He even produces his own albums. His first big break came while working as a sideman with organist Johnny Hammond and his group, co-led by Etta Jones. Mr. Person's working relationship with Ms. Jones began in 1973 and lasted for thirty years, until her recent passing in 2001. Early gigs happened while serving in the Army overseas in Germany, where he played with Eddie Harris, Cedar Walton and others
Label: Bandstand Records
Track listing: Why Not?; Isn't It Romantic?; If You Could See Me Now; Just The Way You Are; I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart; All My Tomorrows; Blues Everywhere; Sunday Kind Of Love.
by Mike Jurkovic
From its languid beginning, saxophonist Houston Person's own warmly engaging Why Not?," to its closing, Etta James' slinky seduction Sunday Kind of Love," Emmet Cohen's Master Legacy Series Vol. 5 Featuring Houston Person is a decidedly laid-back affair, unlike much of its predecessors which featured Jimmy Cobb, Ron Carter, George Coleman, Benny Golson and Albert “Tootie" ...
Fall Harvest - New Releases From Veronica Swift, Hannah Gill, Marike van Dijk, The Diva Jazz Orchestra (Celebrating 30 Years) & More
by Mary Foster Conklin
This broadcast includes new releases from Thomas Fonnesbaek & Justin Kauflin, The DIVA Jazz Orchestra (a celebration of 30 years going strong), Veronica Swift, Hannah Gill and Marike van Dijk, with birthday shoutouts to Doris Tauber (Them There Eyes, Drinking Again), Helen Sung, Giacomo Gates, Libby York, Amy Winehouse, Champian Fulton, Francesca Remigi and Wesla Whitfield, ...
by Dave Linn
Born and raised at the foothills of the Ozarks in the old western town of Fort Smith, Arkansas east of the Arkansas River, Jonathan Karrant fell under the influence of his artistic mother. As a child, it is said he sang for hours every day, making his public debut at the age of seven at his ...
by Chris May
Swinging Sunset, New Jersey-based tenor saxophonist Anthony E. Nelson Jr.'s fifth album on his Musicstand label, is an unpretentious, undemanding and utterly enjoyable celebration of the organ trios of the 1950s and 1960s. From the first bars of the opener, Eddie Heywood's Canadian Sunset," it feels like we are in for a good time and, over ...
A New Generation of Jazz Backing Tracks Backing tracks are a valuable practice tool for musicians of all levels. Let’s face it, we don’t all live in a major city where we can play with top players every night and sometimes we need some inspiration to keep us motivated during those long hours in the shed. ...
Label: HighNote Records
Track listing: At Long Last Love; Again; Moon River; Put Your Head on My Shoulder; Why Did I Choose You; Nothing Ever Changes My Love for You; My Romance; I’ll Let You Know; Please Send Me Someone to Love; Reminiscing at Rudy’s.