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Joe Gilman

Dr. Joe Gilman is the music director of the Brubeck Institute's Fellowship Program, a full-time professor of music at American River College in Sacramento, and music director of Capital Jazz Project. He has received bachelor's degrees in classical piano and jazz studies at Indiana University, a master's degree in jazz and the contemporary media from the Eastman School of Music, and a doctoral degree in education from the University of Sarasota.

Joe has been the primary pianist with jazz vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson since September 2006, and has also performed professionally with Eddie Harris, Woody Shaw, Marlena Shaw, Richie Cole, Joe Locke, George Duke, Chris Botti, Eric Alexander, David "Fathead" Newman, and Slide Hampton, and has recorded with Joe Henderson, Jeff Watts, and Robert Hurst.

Album

Jazz Standards Volume 2: Then Again

Label: Nefertiti Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Yours Is My Heart Alone; Like Someone In Love; I Thought About You; On The Street Where You Live; Milestones (original version); Body And Soul; How Am I To Know; Darn That Dream; I Love You; It Could Happen To You; Monk's Mood; San Francisco Holiday(Worry Later)

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Jazz Standards, Vol. 2: Then Again

Label: Nefertiti Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: 1. Yours Is My Heart Alone (4:40) 2. Like Someone In Love (4:59) 3. I Thought About You (6:45) 4. On The Street Where You Live (5:24) 5. Milestones (original version) (6:01) 6. Body and Soul (5:51) 7. How Am I To Know (4:15) 8. Darn That Dream (5:34) 9. I Love You (6:24) 10. It Could Happen To You (4:39) 11. Monk’s Mood (6:52) 12. San Francisco Holiday (Worry Later) (5:45)

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Article: Album Review

Henry Robinett Quartet: Jazz Standards Volume 2: Then Again

Read "Jazz Standards Volume 2: Then Again" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


Guitarist Henry Robinett is a patient man. In April 2000, when he was between gigs and bands, he brought together several top players from Northern California and, in two days, recorded two albums the first of which was called Jazz Standards, Volume 1: Then (Nefertiti 2019) . Now with the release of ...

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News: Recording

Guitarist/Composer Henry Robinett Releases 20-Year-Old Recording For The First Time, 'Jazz Standards, Vol. 2: Then Again'

Guitarist/Composer Henry Robinett Releases 20-Year-Old Recording For The First Time, 'Jazz Standards, Vol. 2: Then Again'

Guitarist, composer, bandleader, and recording engineer Henry Robinett is releasing Jazz Standards, Vol. 2: Then Again on Nefertiti Records, Robinett’s own label. The album is the follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2020 release Jazz Standards, Volume 1: Then. John Sanders of Jazz Music Archives said, “Henry’s playing is often in a rapid abstract blues bop style, ...

Album

I'm All Yours

Label: Saccat Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: I'm All Yours, It All Begins with You, Breakup Funk, While You Decide, Serves Me Right, The Band, Suddenly, Marika's Melody, Your Song's Passe, Kit & Kaboodle Blues

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Jazz Standards, Volume 1: Then

Label: Nefertiti Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: I Hear A Rhapsody; Yellow Days (La Mentira); The Days of Wine and Roses; The Way You Look Tonight; Ill Wind; East of the Sun; Invitation; Soul Eyes; Why Do I Love You?; Pinocchio.

Album

Samadhi

Label: Manricks Music Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Formula Ona; New Years Day; Samadhi; Common Tone; Schmaltz; Formant; Day to Day; Ethereal.

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Article: Album Review

Beth Duncan: I'm All Yours

Read "I'm All Yours" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


As fertile and durable as the Great American Songbook is, like fossil fuels it is not an infinite and forgiving loam. It is a splendid jumping-off point, both historically and contemporarily, for the swan dive into jazz. At least tangentially, it also serves as the creative spark, igniting new, more progressive composition. This is where Sacramento-based ...

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Article: Album Review

Henry Robinett Quartet: Jazz Standards, Volume 1: Then

Read "Jazz Standards, Volume 1: Then" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Back in April of 2000, guitarist Henry Robinett convened a quartet in The Hangar, a Sacramento studio where he had been working as an engineer and producer. An intentionally casual session, it was all standards all the way. Over the course of two days, tracks were called, solos and some other specifics were sorted out, and ...


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