Results for "Luques Curtis"
Track listing: 1. Creole Girl 2. What Is This Thing Called Love?/ Habañera 05:18 3. E Lucevan Le Stelle 4. Keep Your Eyes On The Prize 5. My Love 6. In A Sentimental Mood 7. T.G.T.T. 8. Someday We’ll All Be Free 9. Kiss Of Life 10. Lament/Strange Fruit 11. I Loves You Porgy 12. Honeysuckle Rose Retro Intro 13. Honeysuckle Rose
Label: Imani / 88 Keys Productions
Track listing: La Tortuga; Day 3; Torrential; The Importance of Abstraction; Ain't No Storm; The Others; Failure is an Option; A Cautionary Tale in Two Parts; That Which Cannit Be Replaced; Dystopia; Portrait
by Jack Bowers
Entrance, New York-based trumpeter John Hasselback III's debut recording, is basically a quintet date on which Hasselback shares the front line on four tracks each with saxophonist Wayne Escoffery or trombonist Steve Davis. If one is known by the company he keeps, that's a rather persuasive frame of reference. Hasselback wrote every number save one, the ...
by Paul Rauch
Caleb Wheeler Curtis is a noted voice in the modern world of alto saxophone, in large part due to his association with fellow artists. Most significantly, his work with Philadelphia-based pianist Orrin Evans and the village" of creative participants within has put a spotlight on his style which attaches itself to tradition while exhibiting a willingness ...
by Peter J. Hoetjes
Pianist and composer Lisa Hilton's More Than Another Day is yet another effort reacting to the gloom which hung over the music industry in 2020. That does not mean the album is necessarily bleak. A brief survey of the cover photography will tell a very different story. Donning a wide-brimmed hat, blonde hair splayed out over ...
Pianist Lisa Hilton Releases More Than Another Day with Rudy Royston and Luques Curtis on Ruby Slippers Productions
More Than Another Day (Ruby Slippers Productions) is the latest release from composer / pianist / producer, Lisa Hilton. Hilton and her longstanding band mates: Rudy Royston on drums, and Luques Curtis on bass, as well as JD Allen on tenor saxophone, had just finished the first half of their tour for their 2020 album, Chalkboard ...