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Paul Quinichette: Like Basie

Read "Paul Quinichette: Like Basie" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

Like any business concerned with making a profit, the record industry has often resorted to questionable concepts, tributes, or other hooks to lure more costumers to their product. Currently we find ourselves in an era where the quality of original music is arguably on the decline, thus it has become even more prevalent to use nostalgia ...


Live at Rockpalast 1978 + 1980 (2CD / 2 DVD)

Label: Mighty Quinn Productions
Released: 2013
Track listing: 01. Stupefaction; 02. No Holding Back; 03. Jolie Jolie; 04. Love without Greed; 05. Discovering Japan; 06. Passion Is No Ordinary Word; 07. Howlin' Wind; 08. Thunder and Rain; 09. Manouvers; 10. Don't Get Excited; 11. Beating of Another Heart; 12. Empty Lives; 13. Devil's Sidewalk; 14. Endless Night; 15. Can't Get No Protection; 16. Nobody Hurts You; 17. Don't Ask Me No Questions; 18. Tripe Face Boogie; 19. Soul Shoes; 20. Heat Treatment; 21. White Honey; 22. Soul on Ice; 23. Back to Schooldays; 24. Heat in Harlem; 25. Fool's Gold; 26. Watch the Moon Come Down; 27. Thunder and Rain; 28. Stick to Me; 29. I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down; 30. Don't Ask Me No Questions; 31. Not If It Pleases Me; 32. The New York Shuffle; 33. Soul Shoes; 34. Hold Back the Night.


A Codex of Silent Voices

Label: Mighty Quinn Productions
Released: 2013
Track listing: Transpersonal; through this stillness; comfort of oblivion; ...a study in...; Don't Destroy Love; Invisible Threads; Anamorphosis; Be My Mirror; The Everlasting; The Thing; It Is Possible; The Other; Scherzo; I Don't Know Where I'm Going; Grief Fills the Room Up; Interstices; written on air; Yasujiro Ozu; Truth Lives.

Article: Album Review

Graham Parker and the Rumour: Live at Rockpalast 1978 + 1980 (2CD / 2 DVD)

Read "Live at Rockpalast 1978 + 1980 (2CD / 2 DVD)" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Graham Parker è stato uno dei rocker inglesi che meglio ha saputo fondere l'energia del rock con la carica virulenta del punk. I suoi concerti dal vivo, della seconda metà degli anni settanta, erano pieni di musica tosta che ricordava in qualche modo l'approccio di band storiche come i Rolling Stones e i Them di Van ...


Article: Album Review

Adam Berenson and Bill Marconi: A Codex of Silent Voices

Read "A Codex of Silent Voices" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Pianist/composer Adam Berenson is a mystery; his Facebook page features nothing about his music-making and, in its photo section, a couple of Jackson Pollock-like abstract paintings along with a Van Gogh-inspired seascape. The song titles on his numerous releases perpetuate the mystery--"Sepulchral Vicissitudes" and “Emotional Idiot," from Contextual (1999),and the title track to The Mystery of ...


The Audience

Label: Mighty Quinn Productions
Released: 2010
Track listing: Marie Antoinette; Livin' For The City; Love Thy Neighbor; Jonme; Portrait of Jennie; Minor League; Jome; Kiss & Run; Ricme; I'm an Old Cowhand.


Article: Album Review

Ralph Lalama Quartet: The Audience

Read "The Audience" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Covers can become trite very quickly, but when arrangements are fresh and performance is equal to the task, they can become as endearing as new masterpieces. The Audience, by Ralpha Lalama Quartet, has that quality with its mix of lesser-known jazz songs, a little pop and some original interludes. Lalama, a tenor saxophonist, has ...


Article: Album Review

Ralph Lalama Quartet: The Audience

Read "The Audience" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Dexter Gordon achieved a post-bebop tenor saxophone sound that was Somewhere between the sleepy, vibrato-less tone of Lester Young and the falling-off- the-edge wail of John Coltrane. Yonkers native Ralph Lalama comes It is out of this tradition. On his fifth recording as a leader and his first release since 2008's successful Energy Fields (Mighty Quinn), ...


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Ralph Lalama: The Audience

Read "The Audience" reviewed by David A. Orthmann

A few choice items from the American Popular Songbook, tunes by Wayne Shorter, Duke Pearson, and Stevie Wonder, plus three brief duo improvisations, all rendered in a recognizable mainstream style by a band that includes two primary soloists and a bass and drums team. On the face of it, Ralph Lalama's second Mighty Quinn release appears ...


Article: Album Review

Ralph Lalama: The Audience

Read "The Audience" reviewed by Joel Roberts

Tenor saxophonist Ralph Lalama is a respected jazz journeyman probably best known for his more than 25-year tenure with the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra. He's also played and recorded with the Joe Lovano Nonet, the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band and drummer Joe Morello's group, among others. But he's had relatively few opportunities to record as a leader. ...


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