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Jazz on Sale

Label: Khaeon World Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: Blue Monk, Part 1; Amor Casi Imposible; A Child is Born; Blue in Green; When She's Like Water; Jazz on Sale; Very Early; Falling Grace; Blue Monk, Part 2. (Total Time 60:00).

The Stryker/Slagle Band

Label: Khaeon World Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Nothin' Wrong With It (Stryker) - 6:05 2. Child's Play (Slagle) - 8:08 3. Every Dark Street (Stryker) - 8:20 4. Highlife (Slagle) - 7:22 5. Tudo Muda (Everything Changes) (Slagle) - 8:13 6. Hands of the Sculptress (Horner) - 7:43 7. Long Gone (Slagle) - 6:04

Wide Open Window

Label: Khaeon World Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: All Through the Night; New August Tune; Wide Open Windows; From This Moment On; A Rare Appearance; Speak My Name; Just One of those Things; You and the Night and the Music; A Wonderful Guy; Sanctus.

Natalia

Label: Khaeon World Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: Ehega de Saudade; Porro; Batucada; Maria Bonita; Frenesi; Natalia; Sigo Pensando En Ti; Danza Characteristica; El Nino; La Reina; Perfume de Gardenia; Lejos del Hogar; Angostura Preludio; Preludio; Adios; Don't Cry For Me Argentina.

Blues for Mr. T

Label: Khaeon World Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Baku (Skaff) - 6:22 2. Rambler (Skaff) - 7:31 3. Super 80 (Skaff) - 6:06 4. Blues for Mr. T (Skaff) - 7:11 5. Delphia (Hubbard) - 6:27 6. Inception (Tyner) - 9:13 7. Poundcake (Skaff) - 7:15 8. Isfahan (Ellington/Strayhorn) - 6:45 9. Highway (Skaff) - 7:34

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Deanna Witkowski: Wide Open Window

Read "Wide Open Window" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

New York-based pianist Deanna Witkowski opens up Wide Open Window with the first of three Cole Porter tunes, a trio workout of "All Through the Night" with enough harmonic liberties to rend the tune nearly unrecognizable; but it's still a lovely, energetic rendition, an up-tempo romp over a flexible rhythm. It's a trio again for "Just ...

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Deanna Witkowski: Wide Open Window

Read "Wide Open Window" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

This is Deanna Witkowski’s second album. Her debut was Having To Ask, and if anything, it proves she has abundant talent as a pianist and as a writer. Witkowski sets her path with an accent on lyricism. Even when she deconstructs the melody, there is a sense of time and space and beauty. Add her sense ...

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Greg Skaff: Blues for Mr. T

Read "Blues for Mr. T" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

This year has seen an organ renaissance. Organ jazz had its genesis in Fred Longshaw, who performed with a reed organ on the 1925 Bessie Smith recording of "St. Louis Blues." Fats Waller was a pipe organ virtuoso. Count Basie introduced the organ into swing music, giving way to Wild Bill Davis, who predicted Jimmy Smith ...

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Dave Stryker and Steve Slagle: The Stryker/Slagle Band

Read "The Stryker/Slagle Band" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The Stryker/Slagle Band documents a working group that finally made it into the studio to preserve its unique sound. Dave Stryker and Steve Slagle have been performing together in several contexts since 1986, including performing on each other's recordings. This is the first time the two musicians co-lead a date. Stryker, Slagle, and drummer Tim Horner ...

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The Stryker/Slagle Band: The Stryker/Slagle Band

Read "The Stryker/Slagle Band" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Familiarity breeds attempt. After 17 years and 14 albums playing in other groups, Dave Stryker and Steve Slagle finally got together to lead their own band. It was about time that they did!The success of an album is often spelt by the empathy between the players. There is no doubt that Slagle and Stryker ...


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