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Bill Athens

Album

Earth Song

Label: Ninjazz Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1. Watermelon Power Generator; 2. Earth Song; 3. Majestic; 4. Awareness; 5. Prayer; 6. Radiance; 7. Energy Dance; 8. Consciousness; 9. Dimitri’s Box; 10. Star Train; 11. Expansiveness

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Jorge Nila: Tenor Time (tribute to the Tenor Masters)

Read "Tenor Time (tribute to the Tenor Masters)" reviewed by Chris Mosey


The four participants on this album all hail from Omaha, Nebraska. Not a town that springs readily to mind in the history of jazz. Although, as drummer Dana Murray, recalls: “In the ballroom days everyone came through--Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Dinah Washington--the list goes on." But it is the friendship and ...

Album

Tenor Time (tribute to the Tenor Masters)

Label: Ninjazz Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Fried Bananas; Soul Station; On A Misty Night; Infant Eyes; Rocket Love; Inner Urge; The Everywhere Calypso; The Eternal Triangle; Our Miss Brooks.

Album

Drift

Label: Ninjazz Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Alphabet Town; Satellite; Song for Aki; The Rain Before It Falls; Improvisation; Strung Out Again.

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Toby Koenigsberg Trio: Drift

Read "Drift" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Pianist Toby Koenigsberg explored some of bop icon Bud Powell's tunes, the Great American Songbook gem “My Foolish Heart," and Bill Evans' “Show Type Tune" on his outstanding 2005 Origin Records release, Sense. And there was a warped (in a good sense) take on the “Stella By Starlight," also from the Great American Songbook. All of ...

Album

Rainy City

Label: Ninjazz Records
Released: 2013

Album

More Than Imaginable

Label: Ninjazz Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Earth Squid; Barry's Barnacle Blues; Sleeping Man; More Than Imaginable; Canyon Dance; Belonging; Kiva; Things You Think You Have To Do; Chekhovian Circus Song; Kerabag's Trance.

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Article: Album Review

Ricky Sweum: More Than Imaginable

Read "More Than Imaginable" reviewed by Edward Blanco


West coast saxophonist Ricky Sweum grew up in Eugene, Oregon, and spent many years as a freelance musician in New York before embarking on a military career, joining the Air Force Academy Band in 2003. After a stint with prestigious jazz big band The Falconaires as lead tenor, in 2011 he moved on and now works ...

Album

Superjazzers Vol. 1

Label: Ninjazz Records
Released: 2011


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