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SPHERES at Nublu 151

Read "SPHERES at Nublu 151" reviewed by Peter Jurew

SPHERES Nublu 151 New York, NY July 8 and August 6, 2019 SPHERES is a jazz collective recently started by keyboardist Jamie Saft and electric guitarist Chuck Hammer playing monthly gigs at Nublu, a loft-club showcase for new music in jny: New York City's East Village. Taking inspiration as well as ...

Prime Time

Label: Test of Time Records
Released: 2018

Prime Time

Label: Max Frank Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: It’s a Jungle Out There; The Muppet Show Theme; Love Is All Around; Theme from Frasier; And Then There’s Maude; Jeopardy Theme; Night Court Theme; Movin’ on Up; Chico and the Man; Mannix Theme; Sanford and Son Theme; The Rockford Files.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tom Lundberg: Prime Time

Read "Prime Time" reviewed by Jack Bowers

It was only a matter of (prime) time until someone decided to lend a jazz spin to a number of nighttime television's most popular and enduring theme songs. The number here is twelve, the someone in question trombonist Tom Lundberg who leads a trim and versatile octet through its paces on the suitably named Prime Time, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Forebrace: Steeped

Read "Steeped" reviewed by John Eyles

Steeped is the second album release from Forebrace, the welcome follow-up to Bad Folds (Copecod, 2013). For those who delighted in that album, the good news is that the quartet's line-up remains unchanged, and the balance between composed and improvised music is as before--composed pieces credited to Forebrace's leader and clarinetist, Alex Ward, alternating with improvisations ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Bryant: The Garden of Equilibria

Read "The Garden of Equilibria" reviewed by Dave Wayne

As one of the few keyboardists to perform and record with Ornette Coleman on a consistent basis, Dave Bryant stands alongside the likes of Geri Allen and Paul Bley. Yet, Bryant is not nearly as well-known. A Berklee graduate who studied privately with Coleman starting in 1983, Bryant's first appearance on record was with the trio ...

Prime Time

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Cold Duck Time; The Phrygian Five; Torque; El Abrazo; I Want to Be Happy; September Song; Hey Jude; I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face; Blues for Stew’s Shoes.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Alan Baylock Jazz Orchestra: Prime Time

Read "Prime Time" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Composer / arranger Alan Baylock seems to have a penchant for time. Prime Time is the Baylock Jazz Orchestra's third album, following Two Seconds to Midnight (2003) and Eastern Standard Time (2008). This time (no pun intended), Baylock, who doubles as chief arranger for the U.S. Air Force's premier jazz ensemble, the Airmen of Note, has ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Samo Salamon Bassless Trios: Duality

Read "Duality" reviewed by Nic Jones

Guitarist Samo Salamon is one of those players quietly but fully engaged with moving the music forward. His vocabulary is entirely his own by dint of the individuality of phrasing that pervades the music of both trios featured in this set. Despite the similarity of instrumentation, the two groups' different personalities is testament ...

Prime Time

Label: HighNote Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: CD: Blues Like; One for Steve; Little Lucas; Pearls; Some Other Time; We All Love Eddie Harris; Nemesis. DVD: Pearls; One for Steve; Nemesis; Little Lucas; Blues Like; We All Love Eddie Harris; Yasashiku (Gently); First Impression; Prime Time.


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