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Jeff Colella

Jeff Colella is one of LA’s busiest jazz pianists. Besides performing in concert as a solo artist and with his trio, he maintains a very active schedule as an accompanist, recording artist, arranger, clinician and teacher. Jeff’s most recent recording is a collaboration with the veteran bassist Putter Smith that will be released in early 2013. He has two other releases as leader, “Alone Together” and “Letting Go,” both trio recordings and both on Sea Breeze Records. His music has been recorded by several artists, most recently by the noted saxophonist Bob Sheppard, who recorded two of Jeff’s compositions on his latest CD “Close Your Eyes”, released on BFM Records

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Postcards from Hollywood

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: The Magnificent Seven; Sally’s Tomato (from Breakfast at Tiffany’s); Entre’act/First Love Theme (from Cleopatra); The Sand Pebbles; Tara’s Theme (from Gone with the Wind); A Time for Love (from An American Dream); The Bad and the Beautiful; Spellbound; The Pawnbroker; The Force theme (from Star Wars); North by Northwest.

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The Scott Whitfield Jazz Orchestra West: Postcards from Hollywood

Read "Postcards from Hollywood" reviewed by Jack Bowers


While many people have been excited or enraptured by the music scores accompanying Hollywood's most beloved films, few know (or perhaps even care) who wrote them. That's a shame, as these composers (and their contemporaries) were musical trailblazers whose names should be enshrined forever in the annals of artistic brilliance. One who does care is composer/arranger ...

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Signature

Label: Rhombus Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Your Heart Is as Black as Night (Gardot) 3:27 Catch 22 (Brooks - Colella) 4:46 Red Velvet Rope (Brooks - Marder) 4:18 Over and Done (Brooks - Colella) 3:55 The Boy That Lived There (Brooks - Ranier) 3:47 Sixteen (Brooks - Ranier) 3:34 The Flea Markets of Paris (Brooks - Jacob) 3:59 Holding Back Tears (Brooks - Jacob) 4:26 Boogie Street (Cohen - Robinson) 6:16

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June 2022: Constellations

Read "June 2022: Constellations" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


ChimyTina Constellations La Reserve 2022 ChimyTina is a collision moniker for the duo of bassist Dan “Chimy" Chmeilinski and vocalist Martina DaSilva. They are part of a daring group of singers/bassists perfecting the most musically intimate of performance formats. With the bass as the “harmony" instrument supporting a vocalist, ...

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Your Heart Is As Black As Night

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Label: Rhombus Records
Released: 2022
Duration: 8:09

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Back to the Garden

Label: Jewel City Jazz
Released: 2021
Track listing: Get Together; Up on the Roof; American Tune; Big Yellow Taxi; The Times They Are A- Changin'; Since You Asked; For What It's Worth; Everybody's Talkin'; Forever Young; Who Knows Where the Time Goes.

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Article: Album Review

Judy Wexler: Back to the Garden

Read "Back to the Garden" reviewed by Richard J Salvucci


Man, if you can pick a tougher project to sell to an aging Boomer than Judy Wexler's Back to the Garden, then you will have to say what it might be. For a lot of the Swinging and Breathing Elderly, this music is intensely personal. Not just where were you, or who were you with? But ...

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A Bi-Coastal Christmas

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Winter Wonderland; This Christmas; We Three Kings; A Time for Christmas; Carol of the Drum (The Little Drummer Boy); A Christmas Love Song; O Little Town of Bethlehem; The Christmas Song; Christmas in July; Silent Night.

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Article: Album Review

Deborah Shulman: The Shakespeare Project

Read "The Shakespeare Project" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello


William Shakespeare's works have generated many musical endeavors. Duke Ellington's Such Sweet Thunder (Columbia Records, 1957) and Leonard Bernstein's score for West Side Story are among those which come to mind. In 1941, British composer Arthur Young recorded Shakespeare in Swing (Decca Records, 1941), which featured his compositions over Shakespeare's words. And, in 1964, celebrated British ...


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