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Jason Palmer

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Trumpeter | Composer | Educator Jason Palmer is one of the most in demand musicians of his generation. He has performed with Roy Haynes, Herbie Hancock, Jimmy Smith (the organist), Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Ravi Coltrane, Mark Turner, Jeff Ballard, Lee Konitz, Phil Woods, Common, Roy Hargrove, Lewis Nash. Having made Boston, MA his home for the past 22 years, Jason was recently named to the inaugural class of the Boston Artist in Residence Fellowship for Music Composition. In 2011 and 2017, he was named a Fellow in Music Composition by the Massachusetts Cultural Council

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Thornewood

Label: self-produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Rocky Mountain High; If I Needed You; Fall Into You; In the Still of the Night; You Are There; One For My Baby; The Dark Side; Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye; Deciding Where To Land; The Summer Knows; Grow; Rocky Mountain High (Outro)

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Occasionally

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Wedding Day; Whoosh/Ooomph; 624 (What We Imagined); Valiant on Valance; Black Suits, White Smoke; D2; 624 revisited (What We Became); Bouncin' Off the Walls; Warm and Fuzzy.

Album

Suite for Battling Siki

Label: GAYA Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: 1. Introduction 01:04 2. Round 1 Saint Louis 08:14 3. Travaille avec la Tête 00:34 4. Jumping with Siki 02:14 5. Round 2 Marseille 06:39 6. Peu 00:58 7. Round 3 Amsterdam 08:58 8. Au Bar 01:54 9. Round 4 Paris 07:17 10. Et Alors? 02:01 11. Round 5 Dublin 08:19 12. Confiance 01:02 13. Round 6 New York 06:03 14. Retour à Saint Louis 02:32

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Article: Album Review

Pat Donaher: Occasionally

Read "Occasionally" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Occasionally sees saxophonist Pat Donaher reflecting on a few milestones in his life to date. He does this by writing and performing compositions which are all dedicated to occasions and people that have been special to him. Donaher's varied set of tunes is played here by an excellent group with Jason Palmer on trumpet, ...

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Whirlwind Recordings Announces 5x Customer-Voted New Vinyl Reissues: Jensen Sisters, Paul Jackson, City Of Poets (Jason Palmer & Cedric Hanriot), John Escreet & Mike Gibbs

Whirlwind Recordings Announces 5x Customer-Voted New Vinyl Reissues: Jensen Sisters, Paul Jackson, City Of Poets (Jason Palmer & Cedric Hanriot), John Escreet & Mike Gibbs

Exciting news for vinyl fans: Whirlwind Recordings announced (in January) five brand-new reissues of celebrated back-catalog releases, available on LP for the first time. The new reissues come from a range of artists, featuring releases many customers have requested on LP for some time. The first five all ship in May 2021—look out for more reissues ...

Article: Multiple Reviews

Michael Thomas: due quartetti in primo piano

Read "Michael Thomas: due quartetti in primo piano" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Michael Thomas (da non confondere con Michael J. Thomas, sassofonista d'impronta smooth jazz) è tra i sassofonisti, compositori e leader più inventivi dell'ultima generazione. Residente a New York dal 2011 ha acquisito notorietà tra il pubblico più attento della metropoli per la direzione della Terraza Big Band (condivisa con Edward Perez) con cui ha inciso il ...

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Article: Interview

Logan Richardson: On Afrofuturism and finding Mom

Read "Logan Richardson: On Afrofuturism and finding Mom" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


As the twenty-first century takes its course, a jazz musician's musical path seems to be becoming less and less linear. Derivatives of genres, shifting technological approaches and possibilities as well as a growing amount of proactivist political and social advocacy are increasingly gaining passage into this century's art form with deep American roots. In ...

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Video

Wildflowers

Featuring the music of Jason Palmer
Duration: 8:11

Whirlwind recording artists Michael Janisch (electric & double bass) and Jason Palmer (trumpet) perform Wayne Shorter's "Wildflowers."
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Article: Album Review

César Cardoso: Dice of Tenors

Read "Dice of Tenors" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


The captivating and cinematic Dice of Tenors is Portugese saxophonist César Cardoso's fourth release as a leader. Cardoso has brought together an international octet of accomplished musicians for an eight track tribute to six saxophone giants including John Coltrane, Hank Mobley, and Benny Golson. In addition to six standards either penned or popularized by these legendary ...


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