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New Life

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: New Life; Blink; Moondust; Prelude To Elation; Elation; Standing Still; Kilter; Fall In; Bullet Train; Take Time.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Flying Machines: New Life

Read "New Life" reviewed by Roger Farbey

It takes barely a couple of plays but then the main hook line of Alex Munk's stonking title track grabs you and won't let go. This is very much in the vein of mid-period Frank Zappa with Munk's guitar wired to the extreme end of the jazz/metal spectrum. But it's not all sound and fury, as ...

New Life

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Black Fist; Westcoastin'; Dirty Truth; First Born; Hood Suite; Rt. 50; Europa; Out of the Rain; Interlude; Jordyn.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Shawn Thwaites Rebel Quartet: New Life

Read "New Life" reviewed by Geno Thackara

If there's one impression about Shawn Thwaites that jumps out at first glance, it's a willingness to jokingly twist expectations. The Trinidadian-American's music is billed as “modern jazz intertwining hip-hop, funk and calypso"--a blending just as offbeat as his choice of steel drums for main instrument--and his Rebel Quartet actually turns out to have six members. ...

New Life

Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2014
Track listing: Uprisings and Revolutions; Minotauro; New Life; Nighttime Story; Medusa; The Real McDaddy; Air; Family Ties.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Antonio Sanchez: New Life

Read "New Life" reviewed by Phil Barnes

Ever felt as if modern jazz lost its way somewhere along the line? Too many artists constructing beautifully played, superbly recorded music that fails to connect at any emotional level whatsoever--it gets played a couple of times before being filed away in the collection never to emerge again. Well, the signs are more positive for this ...

New Life

Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2013
Track listing: Uprising and Revolutions; Minotaur; New Life; Nighttime Story; Medusa; The Real McDaddy; Air; Family Ties.

New Life

Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2013
Track listing: Uprisings and Revolutions; Minotauro; New Life; Nighttime Story; Medusa; The Real McDaddy; Air; Family Ties.

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New Life

Featuring the music of Antonio Sanchez
Duration: 8:33

Live from the legendary Scullers Jazz Club in Boston, WGBH Music presents three time Grammy Award winner Antonio Sanchez and the Migration band performing the title track from Antonio's latest solo album, New Life. Sanchez was born in Mexico City on November 1st, 1971, the grandson of Mexican film star Ignacio Lopez Tarso. Sanchez became interested in the drums at the age of five, playing along to the records of The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Police and Rush. His professional career began in his early teens with a variety of local rock bands. After school, Sanchez pursued a degree in classical piano at Mexico's National Conservatory. Leaving Mexico City to enroll at Berklee in 1993, he graduated with honors and was the recipient of several scholarships, most notably the Buddy Rich Memorial Scholarship and the Zildjian Award. The New England Conservatory of Music awarded him another one to pursue a Masters in Jazz Improvisation. He resides in New York City. Antonio Sanchez - Drums John Escreet - Piano Matt Brewer - Bass Dave Binney - Alto sax
ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Antonio Sanchez: New Life

Read "New Life" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Add Antonio Sanchez's name to the list of modern era drumming titans. He cut his teeth with guitarist Pat Metheny amid stints with vibraphonist Gary Burton and first-call session activities, paralleling his burgeoning solo career that continues to flourish. Sanchez always performs with his peers, and with the superstar dual sax attack of David Binney and ...


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