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Bop on Pop

Label: JazzKey Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Vierd Blues 5:26 2. The Jitterbug Waltz 6:56 3. Quicksilver 5:44 4. All of You 6:45 5. My Foolish Heart 5:26 6. Star Eyes 6:44 7. Confirmation 4:59 8. Donna Lee 3:38 9. Four 4:52

Summertime

Label: JazzKey Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: Brujo; Fee Fi Fo Fum; Summertime; For Duke; U.T. ; Prince of Darkness; Angelica; Three Pawns; Dolores.

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Ben and Frank Perowsky with Sam Yahel: Bop on Pop

Read "Bop on Pop" reviewed by Terrell Kent Holmes

Bop On Pop is a trio session that explores the bebop and hard bop roots of jazz from the ‘40s and ‘50s. The disc features Ben Perowsky on drums; Frank Perowsky, his father, on tenor saxophone and clarinet; and Sam Yahel on organ. The chosen songs are mainly standards associated with a few of the "founding ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mike Clark: Summertime

Read "Summertime" reviewed by Riel Lazarus

It's safe to say that drummer Mike Clark is most commonly associated with funk. Since his days as a member of Herbie Hancock's legendary Headhunters, Clark has been considered one of the foremost trapsmen of the genre. But funk is only a small part of what this veteran artist is capable of, and Summertime may finally ...

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Mike Clark: Summertime

Read "Summertime" reviewed by Jim Santella

Pianist Billy Childs and drummer Mike Clark make a great rhythm team. Their modern mainstream journey through new originals and familiar favorites swings with a surging intensity that’s stirred gently – not shaken. It’s your daddy’s music in a new picture frame. ”Summertime,” a personal favorite, is treated to a harmonic makeover. Using ...

Bop on Pop

Label: JazzKey Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: Vierd Blues, The Jitterbug Waltz, Quicksilver, All of You, My Foolish Heart, Star Eyes, Confirmation, Donna Lee, Four

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben Perowsky: Bop On Pop

Read "Bop On Pop" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Frank Perowsky says to his son “Ben, how about a nice game of catch.” If you think of football as brother against brother knocking heads, then baseball is a game of fathers and sons. On Bop On Pop we get a nice game of catch, as Ben, Frank and Sam Yahel toss the old standards around. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben Perowsky, Frank Perowsky, Sam Yehel: Bop on Pop

Read "Bop on Pop" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Drummer Ben Perowsky has decided to do one with Dad; Dad being reedman /arranger Frank Perowsky--the Pop in Bop on Pop Perowsky the younger is a New York-based drummer who has worked with everyone from Walter Becker (Steely Dan) to John Cale (Velvet Underground) to jazz keyboardist Uri Caine and trumpeter/bandleader Dave Douglas. Pop/Frank ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben Perowsky: Ben Perowsky Trio

Read "Ben Perowsky Trio" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

The drummer for the strikingly original band “Lost Tribe” and frequently called upon session man steps out as a leader fronting a trio consisting of distinguished New York City-based musicians on the “live” Ben Perowsky Trio. Perowsky is a monster behind the kit and along with the talented reedman Chris Speed and excellent bassist Scott Colley, ...


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