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Classified

Label: KOCH International Jazz
Released: 2008
Track listing: Good Question; Cool on the Coast; Eclipse; Dance of the Shadows; Heyoke; 7th Sense; Friends Beyond Time; Vignettes for Nonet, Mvt. I; Vignettes for Nonet, Mvt. II; Vignettes for Nonet, Mvt. III; Blue Rondo a la Turk.

Crossing The Field

Label: KOCH International Jazz
Released: 2008
Track listing: Born Into This; I Heart Eye Patch; That's Delight; Ana Eco; Hard Sole Shoe; Einsamaller; Awful Sad; Processional; The Careeners; Three Bits and a Horse; Song for Sidiki; Ripples in the Aquifer; Old Brooklyn.

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Jenny Scheinman: Crossing the Field

Read "Crossing the Field" reviewed by Sean Patrick Fitzell

Celebrating the release of 12 Songs (Cryptogramophone, 2005), violinist Jenny Scheinman assembled a string orchestra to augment her septet in performance at New York's Tonic. The addition enlivened the buoyant melodies and spurred the soloists with lush accompaniment. The thrilling results prompted Scheinman to write more for this instrumentation on Crossing the Field, her fifth and ...

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Jenny Scheinman: Crossing the Field

Read "Crossing the Field" reviewed by John Kelman

With the release of the singer/songwriter-driven Jenny Scheinman (Koch, 2008), violinist Jenny Scheinman entered new territory as a vocalist. Crossing the Field, released the same day in digital download-only form (a hard CD version will be released September 9, 2008, also by Koch), expands on the forward motion of 12 Songs (Cryptogramophone, 2005) with an even ...

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The Brubeck Brothers Quartet: Classified

Read "Classified" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger

This is the follow-up to the well-received Brubeck Brothers Quartet's Intuition (Koch, 2006), which spent three months in the jazz top 20. There are some obvious similarities: Classified is also unusually bountiful, weighing in at over 78 generous minutes; the band (aka the BBQ) features three of the same stellar players, now with regular touring partner ...

Cyrus plays Elvis

Label: KOCH International Jazz
Released: 2007
Track listing: Hound Dog; Don

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Cyrus Chestnut: Cyrus Plays Elvis

Read "Cyrus Plays Elvis" reviewed by J Hunter

"Elvis isn't dead until we say he's dead! That was the defiant proclamation on a billboard advertising a Bay Area Oldies station. An immediate reaction would be: “Which Elvis are we talking about? Fat Elvis? Thin Elvis? Hollywood Elvis? Vegas Elvis? With Cyrus Plays Elvis, pianist Cyrus Chestnut has added a new category to that list: ...

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Cyrus Chestnut: Cyrus plays Elvis

Read "Cyrus plays Elvis" reviewed by Francis Lo Kee

Certainly a concept designed to push peoples' buttons, the fact is that if you don't know Elvis Presley's music, this CD doesn't sound radically different from a lot of soul jazz recordings from Blue Note in the 1960s. One of the big differences between rock and jazz is harmony: while jazz, partially built on the standards ...


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