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Nova Jazz Orchestra / Christian McBride Big Band / NYJO

Read "Nova Jazz Orchestra / Christian McBride Big Band / NYJO" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Nova Contemporary Jazz OrchestraWho Sez You Can't Dance to Bebop?Nova Jazz2010 When last heard from, Minnesota's dauntless Nova Jazz Orchestra was performing alongside the legendary Stan Kenton Orchestra--well, not actually “alongside," but as part of the Tantara label's ongoing two-disc salute to Kenton, Double Feature, Vol. 2. ...

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In the Moment

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Released: 2001
Track listing: Better Than Words; Taxi of the Desert; Analog Guy; Dawn; Day Dream; Do You Remember Me?; de Haan; Night Out; Dry Martino; Three

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Joachim Schoenecker: In the Moment

Read "In the Moment" reviewed by Dave Nathan


Joachim Schoenecker is a young guitarist out of Cologne, Germany. On his first album for Nagel Heyer, he is joined by three Americans for a session of straight ahead jazz. There is nothing far out here as the group sticks to the 1960 post bop musical paths trod by many players before and which will be ...

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Joachim Schoenecker: In the Moment

Read "In the Moment" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Continuing with the label's focus on mainstream jazz guitar, Hans and Sabine Nagel-Heyer tap the local German talent pool and discover a quiet geyser in Joachim Schoenecker. Joachim Schoenecker is not exactly a household name. In fact, it is a vowel-pregnant German mouthful. But his playing is not. In the Moment is a collection of band ...


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