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An Eau Claire, Wisconsin native, jazz guitarist Pete McCann has been an integral part of the New York City jazz scene for over 25 years. He has just released Pay For It On The Other Side, his sixth recording as a leader. A sought-after sideman from duos to big bands, with a unique and wide-ranging set of musical skills, McCann has played guitar on over 100 CDs. Pete has performed in every type of venue from jazz clubs to jazz festivals, schools to concert halls and even Carnegie Hall. He has traveled to 18 countries and has played in almost every state in the USA. McCann has performed and/or recorded with Kenny Wheeler, Dave Liebman, Lee Konitz, Patti Austin, Brian Blade, Bobby Previte, Grace Kelly, the Mahavishnu Project and the Maria Schneider Orchestra
Label: Origin Records
Track listing: The Door of No Return; Sundown Town; I, Too, Sing America; Indivisible; We Went Where the Wind Took Us; What Place Can Be For Us?; Sunken Place; The Trail of Tears to Standing Rock; Sanctuary City; Placeless.
by Jack Bowers
Guitarist and composer Pete McCann pulls out all the stops on Without Question, his seventh album as leader, unveiling his singular talents on everything from burners ("Without Question," Trifecta") to ballads ("I Can Remember," January," Lost City"), blues ("Blues for O.M."), burlesque ("Conspiracy Theory"), biting commentary ("Erase the Hate") and borrowed themes ("Lovely Thing"). McCann, a ...
by Len Davis
Music from piano players including Aziza Mustafa Zadeh, Lydian Nadhaswaram, Erik Escobar, Cameron Graves and Hiromi. New releases, from Spanish bassist Vincen Garcia, Sherinian/Phillips Live, Polish guitarist Apostolis Anthimos and Pete McCann from Without question. Playlist Aziza Mustafa Zadeh Dangerous Piece" from Always (Columbia) 00:00 Lydian Nadshawaram Spot" from Chromatic Gramatic (Amly) 06:49 Erik ...
Charles Pillow Large Ensemble Electric Miles 2 The follow-up to acclaimed saxophonist/arranger Charles Pillow’s, “Electric Miles” , one of NPR’s top ten CD’s for 2018, is a further exploration of Miles Davis’ early electric period, 1969-74, arranged for a large jazz ensemble. This time Pillows’ arrangements add 3 french horns in addition to the usual big ...
Album: What Place Can Be for Us? - A Suite in Ten Movements
By Anthony Branker
Label: Origin Records
Label: Spin Cycle Music
Track listing: Churn: Drain the Swamp; Matawan; Fallacy; Prayer; Longing; Butter Funk; Form IV; Thin Ice; Adler's Dilemma.