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Originality is what versatile drummer Jeff Hamilton brings to the groups he performs with and is one of the reasons why he is constantly in demand, whether he is recording or performing with his trio, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, the Clayton Brothers or co-leading the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra. Jeff’s recording, It’s Hamilton Time (Lake Street Records), received enormous airplay while reaching #5 on the Gavin national jazz radio chart. His trio’s second release, Jeff Hamilton Trio-LIVE! (MONS) was nominated by critics for best jazz recording in Germany in 1997. The trio’s second MONS release was entitled, Hands On
By Mike Jones
Label: Capri Records
Track listing: "S Wonderful; Doxy; What A Difference A Day Makes; The Girl From Ipanema; Watch What Happens; On Green Dolphin Street; You've Changed; Perdido; Medley: I'll Close My Eyes; Close Your Eyes; Gone With The Wind; Blues For Burns.
Label: Cavalry Productions
Track listing: Fever, Hello, At Last, If Love Is Overrated, Not While I'm Around, She's Funny That Way, This Masquerade, If You Go Away, Empty Chairs, Lush Life, Free Again, Is That All There Is, Here's to Life, This Is All I Ask, One Day.
A Posthumous Recording Of Trumpeter Jaimie Branch Plus New Vocal Releases By Alyssa Giammaria, Jonathan Karrant, Maci Miller & More
by Mary Foster Conklin
This broadcast includes a posthumous recording from trumpeter Jaimie Branch, plus new vocal releases from Alyssa Giammaria, Jonathan Karrant and Maci Miller, with birthday shoutouts to Dinah Washington, Linda Purl, lyricist Carolyn Leigh, Sinne Eeg, Akiko Tsuruga, Rosana Eckert, Sherrie Maricle, Cecile McLorin Salvant and poet Sara Teasdale, among others. Thanks for listening and please support ...
by Jack Bowers
Some years ago, after Penn Jillette heard Mike Jones playing in a small club in Las Vegas, he approached the pianist, introduced himself, and said he would like to hire Jones to open his popular magic show, Penn & Teller--on one condition. And what might that condition be, Jones asked, to which Jillette replied, I'm your ...
by Pierre Giroux
If the tired old cliché what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas" ruled the roost, perhaps the talents of pianist Mike Jones might have been limited to being the music director for the Penn & Teller Las Vegas show of mind-blowing illusions. Fortunately, a tired old cliché is just that. Jones' dynamic talent and creativity could ...
Album: Are You Sure You Three Guys Know What You're Doing?
By Mike Jones
Label: Capri Records
by Wulf Muller
The following is an excerpt from the Chapter 1996," from Wulf Müllers illustrated chronicle A Life In Music (Amazon Direct Publishing, 2022) Dee Dee Bridgewater performed three sold out nights at the glamorous and legendary Paris venue L'Olympia, with new signing to Verve France, singer Jeffery Smith, opening for her. Dee Dee's show ...
by C. Andrew Hovan
In its relatively short history, American jazz music has established a language that while having some ties to the European tradition is more fully rooted in the rhythms and folk melodies of the African slaves. What is even more significant is the profound impact that the music and musicians have had in breaking social boundaries such ...