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When Lights Are Low

Label: PM Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: When Lights Are Low; Skylark; Cry Me a River; Estate; When Sunny Gets Blue; Crazy She Calls Me; Darn That Dream; Harlem Nocturne; Manhattan; Mood Indigo; Polka Dots and Moonbeams; Stairway to the Stars; When Lights Are Low (reprise).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kenny Kotwitz & the L.A. Jazz Quintet: When Lights Are Low

Read "When Lights Are Low" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Imagine the following conversation: “Hi, my name is Kenny Kotwitz. I'm an accordionist and I want to record a centennial tribute to Art van Damme. Would you care to join me?" Okay, it probably didn't go down quite like that but the premise, in these days of rap, heavy metal, acid rock, new wave, bubblegum pop, ...

Gene Perla: Bill's Waltz

Label: PM Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Bill's Waltz; Daybreak; Bogota Morning Bird; Mickie; Sweet Rita; Chi-Chi; Eclipse; Swissterday; Korinna; I'm Popeye The Sailor Man.

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Gene Perla: Bill's Waltz

Read "Gene Perla: Bill's Waltz" reviewed by Alexander M. Stern

Gene PerlaBill's WaltzPM Records2008 Bill's Waltz, bassist Gene Perla's well-executed tribute to his former boss, drummer Elvin Jones, is one of those albums that could only exist in this modern world of digital recording techniques and studio trickery--and therein lies the rub. Many jazz listeners are conservative in ...


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