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Hold On

Label: Pao Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Another Man Done Gone; I'll Fly Away; Rosalie; Sun Goes Down; Motherless Chile; Carry It Home To Rosie; Hold On; Sinnerman; Come Sunday.

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Chanda Rule + Sweet Emma Band: Hold On

Read "Hold On" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

With a focus on Black American Music, as born and developed in fields, churches and social gatherings, Hold On relies heavily on the strength of roots. But these interpretations address branches as well, drawing from the toughness of solid earth while extending above and beyond. Vocalist Chanda Rule expresses and sees to that understanding between origins ...

Sapphire Dreams

Label: Pao Records
Released: 2018

Ad-lib Orbits

Label: Pao Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: 1. Radio Telescope [4:30] 2. Little Tower [2:57] 3. Einstein [1:54] 4. The Freedom To Rotate [5:11] 5. The Train Stations [2:12] 6. The Ants [2:41] 7. Cyprian: The Weightless Monk [5:36] 8. Favourite Robots [4:38] 9. Two Clowns [01:54] 10. Open Range [3:57] 11. Flamenco Spell [2:39] 12. Movement [2:37] 13. Puppet [3:02] 14. The Moroccan Blue Note [2:47] 15. Short Stroll [2:40] 16. Oriental Nights [4:06]

Suite Ellington

Label: Pao Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Caravan; Come Sunday; The Queens Suite: (Sunset and the Mocking Bird; Lightning Bugs & Frogs; Le Sucrier Velours; The Single Pedal of a Rose; Northern Lights; Apes and Peacocks); DEPK.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ed Neumeister: Suite Ellington

Read "Suite Ellington" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Trombonist Ed Neumeister opened his excellent quartet outing, New Standards (Meistero Music, 2005) with an energized take Duke Ellington's signature tune, “Take The 'A' Train." It was apparent that he had a way with Duke's music. A quick dip into Neumeister's resume finds that he played in Duke Ellington's Orchestra for sixteen years, post-Duke, when the ...

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Ed Neumeister: Suite Ellington

Read "Suite Ellington" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

A complete summary of trombonist Ed Neumeister's musical career would date back to his pre-school years. Initially a regular fixture on the San Francisco circuit, he later immersed himself in the New York jazz scene dividing almost thirty-five years between the Duke Ellington Orchestra and the Mel Lewis Big Band. His additional experiences with classical orchestras ...

Great Voices of Harlem

Label: Pao Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Moanin'; Intro Peace; Peace; Expansions; Somewhere Over The Rainbow; Doing Hard Time; Stella by Starlight; Watermelon Man; My One and Only Love; Days of Wine and Roses; Mona Lisa; Song For My Father.

Great Voices Of Harlem

Label: Pao Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Moanin'; Intro Peace; Peace; Expansions; Somewhere Over The Rainbow; Doing Hard Time; Stella By Starlight; Watermelon Man; My One And Only Love; Days Of Wine And Roses; Mona Lisa; Song For My Father.

Mansur Scott: Great Voices of Harlem

Read "Mansur Scott: Great Voices of Harlem" reviewed by Larry Reni Thomas

Those of us who know better laughed, snickered, recently, when we read that Harlem-based vocalist extraordinaire Mansur Scott was a “rising star." We will agree that he is definitely a “star" because he always shines when he sings. His first album, Sometimes Forgotten Sometimes Remembered (Pao Records, 2010), was excellent and caught the attention of a ...


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