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Jesse Cahill

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Do You Know A Good Thing?

Label: Cellar Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: 1974 Blues; Do You Know A Good Thing When You See One?; Devilette; These Foolish Things; Soulful Kitty; Movin' Out; New Crawl; Greasy Spoon

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Nightcrawlers: Do You Know A Good Thing?

Read "Do You Know A Good Thing?" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


A nightcrawler is defined as a member of a fictional subspecies who are born with superhuman abilities. It is hard to imagine this is the definition tenor saxophonist Cory Weeds had in mind when he brought this band back together for a recording session. Possibly, he might have been thinking about the funky organ-based recordings exemplified ...

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A Walk in the Park

Label: Cellar Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Walk in the Park; Lazy Days; Smile; Soul Eyes; Hello My Lovely; Scarlet Ribbons; Summertime; Cook’s Blues; Georgia on My Mind; Nature’s Lament.

Album

Day By Day

Label: Cellar Live
Released: 2020
Track listing: Nobody Else But Me; Blues De Trove; Nancy With A Laughing Face; It Could Happen To You; Sterling Silver Sailboat; Relatively Minor; Day By Day; Tangerine; Lullabye Of The Leaves; The Shining Sea.

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Jerry Cook Quartet +: A Walk in the Park

Read "A Walk in the Park" reviewed by Jack Bowers


While some young lions can hardly wait to enter a recording studio and show the world what they have, a few older cats prefer to wait a while to make sure they get it right the first time. Veteran saxophonist Jerry Cook is one of those cats. Walk in the Park is Cook's first album under ...

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Cory Weeds Quartet: Day By Day

Read "Day By Day" reviewed by Jack Bowers


At a time when classic jazz seems fractured and flying off in a hundred or more separate directions, it is comforting to encounter sessions like this one, a superlative quartet date led by alto saxophonist and Renaissance man Cory Weeds, and featuring David Hazeltine, one of the more proficient and enterprising pianists on the scene. Day ...

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Cory Weeds: Day By Day

Read "Day By Day" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


As we struggle though this period of self-isolation caused by the 2020 global health pandemic, along comes Cory Weeds with a charming new quartet release anchored by pianist David Hazeltine and called quite fittingly Day By Day. Little did the participants realize when the recording was undertaken in August 2019, that most people would be living ...

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Cory Weeds Little Big Band: Explosion

Read "Explosion" reviewed by Jack Bowers


The size and makeup of a “little big band" depend above all on what the leader has in mind. In this case, leader Cory Weeds patterned his ensemble (four brass, four reeds, three rhythm) after similar groups led by tenor saxophonists Eddie “Lockjaw" Davis and Gene Ammons, and what he had in mind was a mid-sized ...

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Jerrold Dubyk Quintet: Invitations

Read "Invitations" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Jerrold Dubyk helpfully defines the title of his third album, Invitations, as “an often formal request to be present or participate." Pedantic jazz fans (and there are many) might wish to point out that the definition refers to the singular, while the title is plural. The less pedantic might simply wish to shake their heads, reflect ...


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