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I Get A Kick: Cole Porter Reimagined

Label: Jazzed Media
Released: 2018
Track listing: 1. I Get A Kick Out of You 3:58 2. Easy to Love 3:02 3. Sonia & Solomon / I Happen to Like New York 4:10 4. Wake Up and Dream 5:48 5. In the Still of the Night 4:47 6. Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye 6:01 7. What Is This Thing Called Love? 4:32 8. All of You 4:08 9. You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To 4:21 10. Night and Day (The Cat Goddess) 5:33

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Thick As Thieves

Label: Jazzed Media
Released: 2017
Track listing: Yardbird Suite; I Love You; First Steps; Rhythm-a-Ning; All the Things You Are; Winter’s Touch; Billie’s Bounce.

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Bob Lark and Phil Woods

Bob Lark and Phil Woods

By my count, trumpeter and flugelhornist Bob Lark and alto saxophonist Phil Woods have recorded six albums together prior to Woods' death in 2015. Their final collaboration, Thick as Thieves, recorded in 2009 at Chicago's Jazz Showcase, was just released. It's a solid swinger, despite my initial trepidation over the predictable song choices. What keeps the ...

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Bob Lark-Phil Woods Quintet: Thick As Thieves

Read "Thick As Thieves" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Remember the good old days when jazz groups came out swinging and took no prisoners until the battle had been won? Well, why settle for memories when you can lay your cares aside for an hour or so and groove to Thick as Thieves, the third and last album by the unrivaled and always-aggressive Bob Lark ...

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It's All in the Game

Label: Jazzed Media
Released: 2016
Track listing: In the Mood; Can’t Help Lovin’ That Man of Mine; Clap Yo’ Hands; Stardust; When It’s Sleepy Time Down South; West End Blues; I’ve Got the World on a String; I Am Loved; September in the Rain; April in Paris; Cherokee; They All Laughed; Ain’t Misbehavin’; Embraceable You; Bird Blues.

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Legacy: A Coltrane Tribute

Label: Jazzed Media
Released: 2016
Track listing: 26-2; Impressions; It’s Easy to Remember; The Legacy; Dear Lord; The Promise; Reverend King; Fifth House; Wise One; Resolution.

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Steve Heckman: Legacy: A Coltrane Tribute

Read "Legacy: A Coltrane Tribute" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Saxophonist Steve Heckman has spent a good deal of his career walking in the footsteps of saxophone giant John Coltrane, on CD offerings such as Search For Peace (Jazzed Media, 2014) and With John In Mind (World City Music, 2003). With that in mind, nobody has ever--and almost certainly never will--match 'Trane in his ability to ...

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Steve Heckman: Legacy: A Coltrane Tribute

Read "Legacy: A Coltrane Tribute" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Whenever words such as A Coltrane Tribute adorn the front cover of an album, one question that inevitably springs to mind is, which John Coltrane? Trane, after all, was never one to stand still, or, as the saying goes, to rest on his laurels (truth be told, he hardly ever rested at all, choosing instead to ...

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The Great American Music Ensemble: It's All in the Game

Read "It's All in the Game" reviewed by Jack Bowers


While those of a certain age may reasonably presume that It's All in the Game refers to a hit song from 1958 by Tommy Edwards ("Many a tear has to fall, but it's all in the game . . ."), the “game" in this case is actually an acronym for conductor / arranger Doug Richards' Great ...

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The Dream I Dreamed

Label: Jazzed Media
Released: 2015
Track listing: In a Moment; Look at Me; A Kiss; I Miss You; So Crazy for You; I'm Home; Back in New Orleans; I Stay; A Long Time Comin', Every Time You Touch Me; Am I Supposed to Care; Where Love Goes, Truly Love, The Dream I Dreamed.


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