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A Song For You: Live

Label: Jazz Karma
Released: 2007
Track listing: There Is No Greater Love; What A Difference A Day Made; Don't Go To Strangers; Candy; Here's To Life; Green Dolphin Street; All Of Me; A Song For You; Please Send Me Someone To Love; Someone Else Is Stepping In; When I Fall In Love; At Last.

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Janine Gilbert-Carter: A Song for You: Live

Read "A Song for You: Live" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


There are some albums that you like for their virtuosity and planning, and others that you appreciate because everything falls into place, regardless of the individual pieces. Recorded live at the 15th Annual FMJS East Jazz Festival in the Washington D.C. area, singer Janine Gilbert-Carter leads her combo through a dozen well-worn tunes that have everyone ...

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Janine Gilbert-Carter: A Song For You: Live

Read "A Song For You: Live" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Jazz can only endure so many vocal performances that take the art to some interesting and even ground-breaking outer reaches before things must correct themselves with a release or two that are straight down the middle, reminding us how we got there to begin with. Janine Gilbert-Carter fills the bill with a no-nonsense recital of standards ...

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Just Noodlin'

Label: Jazz Karma
Released: 2006
Track listing: Just Noodlin

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Paul Carr: Just Noodlin'

Read "Just Noodlin'" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


Growing up in Houston, saxophonist Paul Carr was rasised in the tradition of the Texas Tenors. His local heroes included Don Wilkerson and Arnett Cobb. Carr started his musical education at Texas Southern University and completed it at Howard University in Washington, DC. He has since spent more than twenty years as a dynamic part of ...

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Paul Carr: Just Noodlin'

Read "Just Noodlin'" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Saxophonist Paul Carr is far too modest. If he's Just Noodlin', I'd love to hear what he could do if he ever buckled down and started playing in earnest. Carr and his front-liner partner, trumpeter Terell Stafford, remind me of the Brecker brothers, saxophonist Michael and trumpeter Randy--purposeful post-boppers with tons of technique and plenty of ...

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Live at 10th Annual East Coast Jazz Festival

Label: Jazz Karma
Released: 2002
Track listing: Come on Home; Medley: Love Dance/This Is Always; Blue Prelude; How High the Moon; Easy Street; Mas Que Nada; Lament; The More I See You*; This Can't Be Love*; I'm Glad There Is You*; Try It Baby*

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Ronnie Wells: Live at 10th Annual East Coast Jazz Festival

Read "Live at 10th Annual East Coast Jazz Festival" reviewed by Dave Nathan


This album captures two related events. The first seven tracks are Ronnie Wells' concert at the 10th Annual East Coast Jazz Festival which is a source of funds for Wells' Fish Middleton Jazz Scholarship Fund, which she has been active with for years. On this portion of the program, she is backed by some of Washington, ...


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