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Live at the Kennedy Center

Label: Motéma Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: Come Out and Play; Ode to Angela; Celebration; Heroes; When She Smiles Upon Your Face; Forever On My Mind; Sophisticated Lady; Dreamgliding; The Meddler; The Peaceful Flame.

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Rufus Reid Quintet: Live at the Kennedy Center

Read "Live at the Kennedy Center" reviewed by Jim Santella


This CD/DVD set features bassist Rufus Reid with his quintet at the famed Washington DC venue in a program of original music along with one classic tune by Duke Ellington. The quintet, featuring pianist Sumi Tonooka, drummer Tim Horner, tenor saxophonist Rich Perry and trumpeter Freddie Hendrix, follows a standard mainstream format, interpreting each theme together, ...

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Live At The Kennedy Center

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Like Someone In Love; Like A Lover; Please Do Something; Introduction to "Commitment"; Commitment; Worried Over You; I Think It's Going To Rain Today; Tryin' Times; Serrado; Introduction to "Twelve Tone Tune"; Twelve Tone Tune; Epilogue; Black Coffee.

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Roseanna Vitro: Live At The Kennedy Center

Read "Live At The Kennedy Center" reviewed by Suzanne Lorge


Roseanna Vitro is on tour throughout the U.S. these days, promoting her new CD, Live At The Kennedy Center. She gave two performances in New York recently, the CD's launch at The Blue Note on May 29 and an all-Porter tribute show at The Jolly Madison Hotel's Whaler Bar on the composer's birthday June 9. Porter ...

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Please Do Something

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Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2006
Duration: 5:40


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