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Bees Deluxe

Bees Deluxe is an anything-but-basic blues band. They are hell-bent on a mission to drag the electric-analog blues of Chicago in the 60’s, the Blue Note catalog and the funk of New Orleans into the 21st century. The band has won audiences from Maine to the Mississippi with their arresting and highly danceable originals and their innovative interpretation of less-travelled tunes by artists like Etta James, Joe Zawinul, J.B. Lenoir, Miles Davis, Billie Holiday, Albert Collins and the three Kings. “...what might happen if Freddie King took a lot of acid then wrote a song with Pat Metheny and asked a strung-out Stevie Ray Vaughan to take a solo” — Blues Blast Magazine The four-piece band is spearheaded by the dual-frontline of British guitar monster Conrad Warre and Carol Band on keyboards, harmonica & vocals

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Habaka KFJ

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After transferring to Atlanta, Georgia international jazz singer/songwriter and recording artist, Habaka Kay Foster Jackson extensively started performing throughout Europe participating in numerous Jazz, Gospel, and Blues festivals. Born in the music capital Nashville, Tennessee, and reared in Bloomfield, Connecticut Habaka was positively impacted by the constant influences of world-renowned talent during her formative years. Coming from a musical family her father Melvin Jackson was tenor saxophonist for the legendary B.B. King and her mother Mary Ann Jackson was also a jazz vocalist and dancer who traveled extensively in bands that included Elvis Presley

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New Blues

Label: Enja Records
Released: 2012

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New Blues

Label: Anzic Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Joy of Life Intro; Joy of Life; Homeland; Little Echo; La Camerona; Gigi et Amelie; Nature's Dance; Hamina; Beauty of Death; New Blues (Ain't No Thing); So.

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New Blues

Label: Anzic Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: 01. Joy of Life Intro (O.Avital); 02. Joy of Life (O.Avital); 03. Homeland (O.Avital); 04. Little Echo (D.Freedman); 05. La Camerona (D.Freedman); 06. Gigi et Amelie (A.Cohen); 07. Nature's Dance (A.Cohen); 08. Hamina (O.Avital); 09. Beauty of Death (Y.Avishai); 10. New Blues (Aint No Thing...)(A.Cohen); 11. So (D.Ellington).

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Third World Love: New Blues

Read "New Blues" reviewed by Joel Roberts


Third World Love is comprised of three Israelis (trumpeter Avishai Cohen, pianist Yonathan Avishai and bassist Omer Avital) and a native New Yorker (drummer Daniel Freedman). The band has been promoted as a “world-fusion" group and its press clippings hail its appeal to young non-jazz audiences. But make no mistake: Third World Love is a group ...

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Third World Love: New Blues

Read "New Blues" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Da qualche anno a questa parte quella israeliana si sta rivelando come una delle scene più fertili e creative del panorama jazzistico internazionale. Per rimanere alla stretta attualità basterà citare i pianisti Yitzhak Yedid e Yaron Herman, i bassisti Avishai Cohen, lanciato da Chick Corea, e Omer Avital, Gilad Atzmon e i fratelli Cohen (la sassofonista ...

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Third World Love: New Blues

Read "New Blues" reviewed by Greg Camphire


International collective Third World Love drops its fourth release in the form of New Blues, and it's a refreshing take on the trend of incorporating a global outlook into the stream of African-American music. The band members--featuring 3 Israeli expatriates and a bona-fide New Yorker--have all absorbed the blues language and applied it to various planet-spanning ...

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New Blues

Label: Spice of Life
Released: 2005
Track listing: New Blues; Waltz for Vana; Third Star; Seems Like Yesterday; Resting in the Shadow; Success Failure; Easy; Softly as in a Morning Sunrise (65:15).

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Ove Ingemarsson Quartet: New Blues

Read "New Blues" reviewed by Jack Bowers


New Blues offers more than an hour of agreeable post bop jazz, handsomely wrapped and ably performed by tenor saxophonist Ove Ingemarsson's quartet from Sweden, similar to much of what I've heard from other groups here and abroad. That's the good news. The bad news is that it's similar to much of what I've heard from ...


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