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By Keith Oxman
Label: Capri Records
Track listing: The Gojon Jazz Messengers; Lady Vera; Joshua Fought the Battle Against Trump & Co.; Waltz for Joey; Clark’s Spark; Blame It on My Youth; Christine; In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning; This One’s for Joey; Garden Song; Khalid; Debtussy; John Paul Jones.
Label: Capri Records
Track listing: Happy Talk; Full Moon And Empty Arms; The Surrey With The Fringe On Top; Baubles, Bangles And Beads; The Ox-Mo Incident; Three For Five; Stranger In Paradise; Poor Butterfly; A Wasp In Search Of A Hart and Lung; Pavanne; I Could Have Danced All Night
by Jerome Wilson
This show features a wide variety of saxophonists, both as soloists and bandleaders. It includes iconic players like Stan Getz and Roscoe Mitchell as well as today's stars with Melissa Aldana and Miguel Zenon. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett I Can't Wait Till I Get Home" from The Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings of Henry ...
by Joe Dimino
From bandleader and musical force of nature Jean Fineberg we begin the 756th Episode of Neon Jazz with a track from her band's eponymous release followed by something from The Godfather of Soul" and a commentary from Jean. We also delve into new music from Peter Curtis, Keith Oxman and Chris Greene. Vocalists take center stage ...
by Bob Osborne
This show features all new releases from across the World of Jazz with albums from Francisco Slepoy, Johnathan Reisin, Keith Oxman, Manongo Mujica, Mike Allemana, Steve Boudreau, Miles Okazaki and Trish Clowes.Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Francisco Slepoy Chicharra" from Retratos (ears&eyes) 00:49 Johnathan Reisin Option B" from Option B (Habitable) 06:58 Keith Oxman The ...
by Jack Bowers
The Joey" saluted on Denver-based tenor saxophonist Keith Oxman's latest album is Joey Pearlman, a jazz bassist who died far too soon, at age twenty-four, in Febuary 2021. Joey's music and personality," Oxman writes, brightened every day for us at [Denver's] East High School. His presence brought joy to our music room...as he challenged us with ...