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Jim Gailloreto

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Jim Gailloreto is an accomplished jazz saxophonist and composer. His jazz style is rooted in a modern post-bop approach.

As a freelance musician he has performed with the Chicago Jazz Ensemble, Chicago Chamber Musicians, Fulcrum Point, Chroma Chamber Orchestra & Chicago Opera Theater. He performed a Chicago premier of Marc Anthony Turnage's “Scorched” with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra featuring John Scofield, John Patitucci, and Peter Erskin. He also performed with New York composer/pianist Fred Hersch for a Chicago premier of "Leaves of Grass".

Jim has recorded and performed with notable jazz performer such as Blue Note artist Patricia Barber on “Mythologies”, Origin artist guitarist John Mc Lean's on “Better Angels”, pianist Jeremy Kahn on “Most of a Nickel”, vocalist Grazyna Auguscik's “Lulajze”

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You Must Believe In Spring

Label: Southport Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: You Must Believe In Spring; A Night in Tunisia; Joy Spring; A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing; A Sleepin' Bee; Manhattan; Heaven; Just You, Just Me; Midnight at the Starlight Haunted Ballroom; Estate; Devil May Care; Tis Autumn; Tristeza.

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A Night in Tunisia

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Label: Southport Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 03:58

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Article: Album Review

Patricia Barber: Higher

Read "Higher" reviewed by Tyran Grillo


Patricia Barber is more than the sum of her talents. As a composer, she peels back the craft of song to expose its barest textures, cultivating each like a tree that, while holding its own shape above ground, makes apparent the roots below it. As a singer, she understands not only that we perform our voices ...

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Article: Radio

A Conversation with Pianist and Singer Patricia Barber

Read "A Conversation with Pianist and Singer Patricia Barber" reviewed by Lorens Chuno


Patricia Barber's new album, Higher, is a storybook of songs complete with captivating—and sometimes outré—lyrics and a masterful story teller. Join Patricia and me, as she talks about art songs, European audience vs American audience, Shirley Horn, and other subtly related subjects. Higher features Patricia Barber on piano and voice, Patrick Mulcahy on ...

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The Pythiad

Label: Origin Classical
Released: 2017

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Latin Jazz Roundup: Mike Freeman ZonaVibe, Terceto Kali, Will Jarvis, Livio Almeida, & Sergio Pereira

Read "Latin Jazz Roundup: Mike Freeman ZonaVibe, Terceto Kali, Will Jarvis, Livio Almeida, & Sergio Pereira" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


A wide variety of recent Latin jazz releases. Afro-Cuban, Brazilian, and flamenco influences are all represented. Mike Freeman ZonaVibe Blue Tjade VOF Recordings 2015 Vibraphonist Mike Freeman leads his ZonaVibe group through an exciting program of Latin jazz originals on his sixth album as leader. The title tune ...

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Mike Freeman: The Vibesman

Read "The Vibesman" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


The sound of the vibraphone glows--a ringing and sustained sonic luminescence. Current masters of the instrument include Gary Burton, Joe Locke, Bobby Hutcherson, and the perhaps lesser-known but also masterful Mike Freeman. With his percussion-soaked group Zonavibe--that includes, besides the vibes, the sounds of marimba, and kalimba, congas, bongos, campana and timbales--Freeman stirs up ...

Album

American Complex

Label: Origin Classical
Released: 2010
Track listing: All The Things You Are; Well You Needn't; Honeysuckle Rose; Spring Song; American Complex I: Soliloquy; American Complex II: Lullaby; American Complex III: Incantation; American Complex IV: Sermon; 'Round Midnight; Wind Song; Bad Clowns.

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Take Five With Solitaire Miles

Read "Take Five With Solitaire Miles" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Meet Solitaire Miles“Solitaire Miles captivates an audience with mesmeric tone, playful, conversational phrasing, and a sinuous sense of swing. Miles has a voice that grabs you, and demands to be listened to. Her natural, unaffected delivery never draws attention to itself, allowing the craft of the song writers to shine through." Tamara Dailey, Chicago ...


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