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Oasis Lifetime Achievement and Hall of Fame Awards Announced

Oasis Lifetime Achievement and Hall of Fame Awards Announced

Keyboardist George Duke will be given a Lifetime Achievement Award at this year's Oasis Contemporary Jazz Awards in San Diego. Posthumous awards will also be handed out to Saxophonist Grover Washington, Jr. and Bassist Wayman Tisdale for its Hall of Fame. A multi-talented musician, Duke has worked with numerous acclaimed artists, spanning numerous genres as a ...


Continuum, A Journey Through Jazz: Episode 15, "Sultry Sirens, Part 3" presents: Continuum--A Journey Through Jazz Episode 15: “Sultry Sirens 3" Hosted and Produced by J. Scott Fugate, 'The Jazz Evangelist' As always, the show is free, absolutely legal, fun for the whole family, and available for listening right now, right here. This week we continue our journey through Jazz with the third installment of ...

Lazy Afternoon

Label: Peak Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Lazy Afternoon, Fly Me to the Moon, What Are You Afraid Of, If I Ruled the World, Corcovado, There's A Love, Why Do People Fall in Love, For the Love of You, If I Should Lose You, Moanin', The Man I Love, Try A Little Tenderness.


Regina Belle: Lazy Afternoon

Read "Lazy Afternoon" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

In early June, for the '04 Tony Awards broadcast on national TV, hip-hop/R&B singer Mary J. Blige was chosen to sing her version of the big ballad from A Chorus Line , “What I Did For Love." The resulting performance, which incidentally got a standing ovation, was a full tilt reconstruction of the tune that presented ...

Baby Come To Me

Label: Verve Records
Released: 1989


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