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Kerry Linder

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The Richard Sorce Project: Closer Than Before

Read "Closer Than Before" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Lush Brazilian-flavored Latin jazz from composer/pianist/arranger Richard Sorce and his nine-piece group consisting of a five-piece rhythm section, a three-piece horn section and vocalists (augmented by occasional horn and string sections). An accomplished musician and academic, Sorce has received several Meet the Composer grants, is an ASCAP award winning composer and songwriter and the recipient of ...

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Russ DeFilippis: The Sorcerer's Accomplice

Read "The Sorcerer's Accomplice" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Jazz guitarist and educator Russ DeFilippis from Stony Point, New York delivers his second album as leader with the appropriately titled The Sorcerer's Accomplice, a ten-piece project of smooth-styled jazz with a Brazilian flair. Why is the album title so apropos? In 2012, DeFilippis met fellow educator, composer and pianist Richard Sorce at a rehearsal of ...

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Sail Away with Me

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Sail Away with Me (3:32); 2. Adeus Batucada (5:04); 3. Deixa (3:44); 4. Language and Love (4:07); 5. St. Judy's Comet (4:25); 6. Song for My Father (4:20); 7. Inquetacao (5:32); 8. That

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Kerry Linder: Sail Away with Me

Read "Sail Away with Me" reviewed by Eric J. Iannelli


As a female vocalist offering distinctive, accessible performances of both familiar and new songs, Kerry Linder could quite easily eke out a spot next to Norah Jones and Katie Melua. Singing in Portuguese and English on her debut album, Sail Away with Me , the Curaçao native’s vocal style can be as haunting as Astrud Gilberto, ...


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