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Alexa Tarantino: Passion For Playing And Teaching

Read "Alexa Tarantino: Passion For Playing And Teaching" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

Alexa Tarantino was bitten by the jazz bug at a young age. She was fortunate to grow up in a community where jazz is an important part of the musical fabric—rare these days. She swiftly grabbed hold of the music and has developed into an in-demand alto saxophonist, earning a series of high-profile gigs that slowed ...

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Keyboardist Dan Siegel Returns With A Lush Collection Of Astute Jazz Etched In Melodically Rich “Indigo”

Keyboardist Dan Siegel Returns With A Lush Collection Of Astute Jazz Etched In Melodically Rich “Indigo”

Irvine, CA: Having recorded a catalogue of Top 10 albums in a vivid spectrum of jazz hues with topflight musicians for 35 years, Dan Siegel only emerges when he has something engaging to say with his poetic piano and crafty keyboards. Back with his first new statement in five years, Siegel’s DSM record label will release ...

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Earth, Wind & Fire Releasing New Studio Album "Now, Then & Forever" on September 10

Legacy Recordings is proud to announce the release of Now, Then & Forever by the legendary group Earth, Wind & Fire. This marks the group’s first new studio album in eight years. Now, Then & Forever, will be available everywhere on Tuesday, September 10. Earth, Wind & Fire’s first album of new studio material since 2005, ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Bassist/vocalist Anthony Caceres Inspired By Earth, Wind & Fire

Q: When did it start for you, the decision to become a vocalist? A: I decided to pursue singing seriously back in 2006 while I was on tour with the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Up to that point I was primarily a sideman performing on electric bass and upright bass with many different groups. Q: Was jazz ...

George Duke: The Complete 1970s Epic Albums Collection

Read "George Duke: The Complete 1970s Epic Albums Collection" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

The George Duke BandThe Complete 1970s Epic Albums CollectionEpic/Legacy2012The George Duke Band: The Complete 1970s Epic Albums Collection compiles the six albums that keyboardist, bandleader, composer, arranger and producer George Duke released on Epic Records between 1977 and 1979, accompanied by extensive and reflective notes on each album ...

Soul on Jazz

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. My Indiscretions 2. Dear Ruby 3. Compared To What 4. Nature Boy 5. Bop-Skip-Doodle 6. Unrestrained 7. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy 8. Keep Your Head To The Sky 9. Sometime Ago 10. Tell Me A Bedtime Story 11. On The Red Clay

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Philip Bailey: Soul on Jazz

Read "Soul on Jazz" reviewed by AAJ Staff

The voice is unmistakable, as are many of the songs, but it is Earth Wind & Fire’s falsettoed front man’s treatments of standards and contemporary classics that make this album an intriguing and rewarding listen. From a smoothed-out yet still funky take on “Compared to What" to a gospely version of “Nature Boy" and a saxy ...

Soul On Jazz

Label: Igloo
Released: 2002

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Philip Bailey: Soul on Jazz

Read "Soul on Jazz" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Former Earth, Wind and Fire multi octave head liner, Philip Bailey, continues to put the ingredients of both smooth jazz and soul into a shaker, giving it a vigorous churn, then pouring out his own special mix of R&B, soul and gospel with a dash of jazz. As on previous albums, he has recruited top smooth ...


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