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Oliver Gannon

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Article: Big Band Report

In Tune or Not in Tune... That Is the Question

Read "In Tune or Not in Tune... That Is the Question" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Suppose a month goes by, you have a column to publish, but nothing has happened that's worth writing about. What do you do then? Read on, as the question is about to be answered. A while back there was a discussion at a Stan Kenton web site (Kentonia) about musicians or groups of ...

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Article: Interview

Mike LeDonne: Where There’s Smoke

Read "Mike LeDonne:  Where There’s Smoke" reviewed by Bob Kenselaar


Mike LeDonne has more than made his mark in jazz over the years, on both piano and organ. One of the New York jazz scene's premier instrumentalists, he's long been a favorite of fellow musicians. “He is incredible," said the late Oscar Peterson, who once described how he would rush to hear LeDonne play every night ...

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Two Much Guitar

Label: Cellar Live
Released: 2006
Track listing: Chi Chi; All The Things You Are; Polka Dots; Zattitude; Darn That Dream; Have You Met Miss Jones; If You Could See Me Now; So Nice.

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Article: Album Review

Oliver Gannon & Bill Coon: Two Much Guitar

Read "Two Much Guitar" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


Here's another new offering for afficianados of jazz guitar duos! Veteran Canadian jazzmen Oliver Gannon and Bill Coon team up for eight duets, ably assisted by bassist Darren Radtke and drummer Dave Robbins, for this live recording at the Cellar Jazz Club in Vancouver. In the liner notes, label honcho Cory Weeks finds a unique way ...

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That's What

Label: Cellar Live
Released: 2005
Track listing: Jay's Blues (7:27), Bright Mississippi (5:57), Four Cats (6:58), Brooklyn (5:34), Goodbye Porkpie Hat (7:26), Stella By Starlight (9:07), That's What (6:50), Talk Of The Town (5:56), Soul Journey (8:15)

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Article: Album Review

Oliver Gannon: That's What

Read "That's What" reviewed by Budd Kopman


Hearing jazz live is arguably the best way to experience it. Barring that, a live recording, done well, can be a reasonable substitute. A live show that has that magic, that “it," is a rare thing, and a good recording of one of those is even rarer. That's What is most definitely in that category, and ...


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