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Jazz Martyrs

In 2011, Paul Marangoni assembled some great jazz musicians in Los Angeles and began creating music. Sharing a common appreciation for the music of Miles Davis, Pat Metheny, John Scofield, Joshua Redman, and other contemporary jazz artists, they proceeded to work on building a repertoire reflecting their musical tastes. With numerous jazz standards augmenting their set list, this group is sure to entertain many a jazz fan. Jazz Martyrs hail from near and far. All skilled instrumentalists with decades of experience, their love of the music will win you over and reignite your love for all things jazz.

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Wichita Lineman

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Duration: 04:50

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Jazz Martyrs: Along Similar Lines

Read "Along Similar Lines" reviewed by Anya Wassenberg


On Along Similar Lines. So-Cal-based drummer and bandleader Paul Marangoni and a band of veteran musicians offer a tight blend of musicianship, and a high-energy approach that shifts tempos and moods easily. The recording has a nice, fat sound, and production values that capture the music with a sense of the live energy between the players. ...

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Along Similar Lines

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Prava; I Will; Wichita Lineman; Skating; Echoes; Say The Brother's name; After 6; Just Like The Day; Sister Cheryl; She's Leaving Home; Black Creek.


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