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Bill McBirnie: Mercy

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Bill McBirnie is an award-winning flutist, based in Toronto, Canada and Mercy is the fourth release on his own independent label, Extreme Flute. The album is divided into two parts with a quartet performing on seven songs, and a duo, featuring McBirnie and pianist Robi Botos, covering five songs. The liner notes indicate the project was ...

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Luis Munoz: Invisible

Read "Invisible" reviewed by Paul J. Youngman

Invisible is the fifth release on the Pelin label from multi-instrumentalist and bandleader Luis Munoz, who also composed, arranged and orchestrated its nine tracks. The style is Afro-Latin jazz, featuring plenty of percussion instruments, many of them played by the leader. Latin rhythms underlay the contemporary sounding songs in an upbeat and catchy style. The majority ...

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Os Elementos Fires up Toronto

Os Elementos Fires up Toronto

A Danceworks Coworks Presentation Supported by Toronto Arts Council Fleck Dance Theatre Toronto, Ontario December 17-18, 2010 Os Elementos, presented by Toronto dance company The Dance Migration, is a show that should be coming to a town near you: a live, contemporary, Brazilian-inspired concert, featuring a group of ten dancers accompanied by a Brazilian ...

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Mark Weinstein: Timbasa

Read "Timbasa" reviewed by Paul J. Youngman

What do you want from your Latin jazz album? Great musicianship? Authentic music? Danceable? Must it have great rhythm, catchy tunes and present the best in Latin percussion? Mark Weinstein is a name not immediately associated with the best of Latin jazz, but he has done it again with Timbasa, a fantastic recording and his fifth ...

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Mike Barone Big Band: Flight Of The Bumblebee

Read "Flight Of The Bumblebee" reviewed by Paul J. Youngman

Big band leader, composer, arranger and trombonist Mike Barone notes, on the jacket of Flight Of The Bumblebee, that “Rimsky-Korsakov is turning over in his grave as we speak, or maybe he isn't." One thing is for sure, the energy level of this band is enough to raise the dead. The band is flying high on ...

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Bartosz Hadala Group: The Runner Up

Read "The Runner Up" reviewed by Paul J. Youngman

Bartosz Hadala is a name of which more people should be made aware. Based in Poland, he is a world-class pianist and a contemporary composer with serious jazz chops. His debut, The Runner Up--a winner in every way--finds him in superb company, with some top names in jazz. Ten solid, fresh compositions--all original tunes, with the ...


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