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Rumba Buhaina: The Music of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers

Label: Random Chance Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Along Came Betty; Crisis; This is for Albert; Up Jumped Spring; Madi's Smile; Wildflower; United; The Day You Said Goodbye; One by One; Rumba Buhaina; Ask Me Now.

Of The Air

Label: Random Chance Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Wishing Well; It's Late; Before Day; Inner Lining; Caterpillar Crossing; Close To Me; Power Trip; It's A Dream; Ambrosia; Jitterbug Waltz.

Zep Tepi

Label: Random Chance Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Blue Moses; African Sunrise; Berkshire Blues; Route of the Nile; Ballad for T; Portrait of Frank Edward Weston; High Fly; Tamashi; The Healer; Love-the Mystery of.

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Randy Weston & His African Rhythms Trio: Zep Tepi

Read "Zep Tepi" reviewed by Bill Bennett

Randy Weston returns to the trio format for the first time in over thirty years with Zep Tepi. Poised to enter his eighth decade on the planet, Weston is an elder in every sense of the term. His distinctively percussive attack, yard-wide chords, criss-crossing rhythms and idiosyncratic melodies remain sui generis. Both literally (he's 6'9") and ...

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Randy Weston's African Rhythms Trio: Zep Tepi

Read "Zep Tepi" reviewed by Joel Roberts

There's no better argument for the notion that jazz keeps you young than Randy Weston. Appearing last month at the Blue Note in support of Zep Tepi, the Brooklyn-born Weston showed that at eighty he remains one of the most vital and creative forces in jazz, as well as one of its most charismatic figures.

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Jerry Gonzalez & The Fort Apache Band: Rumba Buhaina: The Music of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers

Read "Rumba Buhaina: The Music of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers" reviewed by Francis Lo Kee

Art Blakey didn't literally write books, but it could be said that he “wrote the book : first, on jazz drumming, incorporating the essence of swing, extroverted drum solos and some genuinely unique beats that have escaped deeper absorption by contemporary drummers; second, on bandleading, constantly scouting and presenting great (often, younger) talent; and third, on ...

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Pyeng Threadgill: Of The Air

Read "Of The Air" reviewed by Francis Lo Kee

Of the Air, an album of original music that cuts a broad stylistic swath, is focused and honest, traveling through various contexts organically. There are several reasons for the honest coherence of this music. The CD is recorded in analog with a core group of musicians, a working band rather than a collection of heavy-hitters or ...


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