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Jimmie Vaughan: Live at C-Boy's

Read "Live at C-Boy's" reviewed by Doug Collette

Over the course of eight selections and a total running time of approximately thirty-six minutes, the Jimmie Vaughan Trio make Live at C-Boy's short and sweet, and deliciously so. The band enhances the simplicity of the three piece format with takes on tunes as well-known as Bruce Channel's “Hey Baby"and the blues-soul staple “Saint James Infirmary," ...

Live at C-Boy's

Label: Proper Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: You Can’t Sit Down; Hey! Baby; Can’t Buy Me Love; Saint James Infirmary; Come On Rock Little Girl; Dirty Work at the Crossroads; Frame for the Blues ; Cleo's Mood

Ian Hunter: Fingers Crossed

Label: Proper Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: That's When The Trouble Starts; Dandy; Ghosts; Fingers Crossed; White House; Bow Street Runners; Morpheus; Stranded In Reality; You Can't Live In the Past; Long Time.


Ian Hunter: Fingers Crossed

Read "Ian Hunter: Fingers Crossed" reviewed by Doug Collette

Assuming his role as chief vocalist for Mott the Hoople, then becoming its main songwriter, Ian Hunter evolved into the figurative voice for the British band as it evolved and reached its apex of commercial and critical acclaim with Mott (Columbia Records, 1973). And as he initiated his solo career, Hunter was able to tailor the ...

The First Cut

Label: Proper Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Jubileevit; Dog And Bull Fight; Foul Group Practises; Hoe Down Up; Shrimpboats; Calypso Reg. [Take 1]

George Shearing at Home

Label: Proper Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: I Didn't Know What Time It Was; A Time for Love; Ghoti; The Things We Did Last Summer; Laura; The Skye Boat Song; Confirmation; The Girl Next Door; Can't We Be Friends?; I Cover the Waterfront; Out of Nowhere; That Old Devil Called Love; SubconsciousLee; Beautiful Love.


Don Weller: The First Cut

Read "The First Cut" reviewed by Roger Farbey

From the opening few bars of the first track “Jubileevit" it's clear that this is not the usual jazz rock ensemble. An insistent and memorable riff clearly sets out this long-departed band's métier. The majestic intro to “Dog and Bull Fight" gives way to a hugely satisfying theme, marrying the disparate qualities that made the Mahavishnu ...


George Shearing: George Shearing at Home

Read "George Shearing at Home" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Pianist Sir George Shearing (1919--2011) was himself an integral part of the be bop jazz movement in the late 1940s. His quintet that featured vibraphone and guitar with the standard piano trio was sonically ground breaking. His precise and measured piano style influenced a generation of pianists and several of his compositions ("Lullaby of Birdland" and ...

Kenny Clarke: Klook's The Man

Label: Proper Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: CD1: I Found A New Baby; Once In A While; You're A Sweetheart; Sweet Sue; Epistrophy; 52nd Street Theme; Oop-Bop-Sh'Bam; Rue Chaptal (Royal Roost); Confirmation; A La Colette (Cheryl); Jumpin' There (Listen Here); Jay Mac; Algerian Cynicism; Laurenzology; Doria; I'll Tell You In A Minute; Working Eyes; Stuffy; The Man I Love; I Surrender Dear; Love In The Sun; Iambic Pentameter; Assy Panassy; Robbins' Nest; I'll Get You Let; Be Good, Girl. CD2: Sonor; Strollin'; Blues Mood; Skoot; Klook's Nook; Inhibitions; Baggin' The Blues; Telefunken Blues; Summer Evening; Oz The Wizzard; I Dig You The Most; Pru's Blooze; Plenty For Kenny; Cute Tomato; Now's The Time. CD3: With Apologies To Oscar; Hear Me Talkin' To Ya; Willow Weep For Me; Bohemia After Dark; Chasm; Late Entry; Will Wail; Volcano; La Poria Thority; I Hear A Rhapsody; Yesterdays; Play, Fiddle, Play. CD4: Cottontail; Your Host; Tricotism; Tom's Thumb; You Turned The Tables On Me; Afternoon In Paris; Apothegm; 'Round Midnight; On A Riff; When Lights Are Low; Oblique; Jeru; Eronel; Tahiti; Bemsha Swing; Blue Serge; Swing Spring; The Squirrel; Cadenze.


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