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Joan Carroll

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Joan Carroll is an accomplished jazz vocalist and has been singing professionally since 1985. Joan is well known for her sensitive phrasing, excellent intonation and her comprehensive knowledge of the jazz repetoire. Joan has played the Texas Jazz Festival from 2001 through 2003. She performed in the Musical Offerings Jazz Meets Classical XIII Concert in San Antonio in 2000. She has appeared with numerous groups outside of Footprints including performance projects with Gerry Gibbs, and has sung frequently with the Paul Elizondo Big Band. In 2002, she was a featured soloist with the San Antonio Municipal band

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King William Jazz Collective: King William Jazz Collective

Read "King William Jazz Collective" reviewed by Jack Bowers


About four years before this splendid album was recorded, the King William Jazz Collective performed its first gig in San Antonio's historic King William district. While that alone could be impetus enough on which to hang a name, there's more, as the band's baritone saxophonist / music director happens to be King, William (at least in ...

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Max

Label: Babel Label
Released: 2005
Track listing: Max (i) Klact-oveeseds-tene, (ii) Max; Z Car; Partisans #2; The Eskaton; The Lacemakers; Last Chance; Some Of Those!; John, I'm Only Dancing; Quarterlight; Wise Child.

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Partisans: Max

Read "Max" reviewed by Bev Stapleton


Partisans are open in their admiration for jazz-rock/fusion. Yet the UK group's third album, Max, moves far beyond revivalism. It's dedicated to Max Roach, and the opening self-penned title track is embedded within Charlie Parker's “Klact-oveeseds-tene," drawing immediate attention to influences well beyond the 1970s. In fact, the most impressive feature of the band is its ...

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Boplicity

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004


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