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Nightscape

Label: Reservoir Music
Released: 2010
Track listing: The Touch of Your Lips; Blues Junction; Day By Day; Nightscape; Rapture: Room 608; Dancing in the Dark; Bohemia After Dark; Theme For Ernie: Once I Loved; So in Love.

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Jon Mayer: Nightscape

Read "Nightscape" reviewed by Ken Dryden

Jon Mayer was working professionally as a jazz pianist as a teen back in the '50s, while attending the Manhattan School of Music. As well as working as a sideman with Tony Scott, Kenny Dorham, Chet Baker, the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra, Sarah Vaughan and others, along with taking part in record dates with John Coltrane ...

It's Clear

Label: Reservoir Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: Sweeping The Chimney; Duality; Doce de Coco; Helium; Intro; It's Clear; Ta Boa, Santa; Falando de Amor; Coisa #10; The Dolphin.

Nightscape

Label: Reservoir Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: The Touch of Your Lips; Blues Junction; Day by Day; Nightscape; Rapture; Room 608; Dancing in the Dark; Bohemia After Dark; Theme for Ernie; Once I Loved; So in Love.

High Noon: The Jazz Soul of Frankie Laine

Label: Reservoir Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: I'd Give My Life; High Noon; Torchin'; It Only Happens Once; Baby, Baby All the Time; When You're in Love; Put Yourself in My Place, Baby; A Man Ain't Suppose to Cry; That Lucky Old Sun; We'll Be Together Again.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Helio Alves: It's Clear

Read "It's Clear" reviewed by Marcia Hillman

Helio Alves is one of the most sought-after pianists around with a solid technical foundation (starting his classical training at an early age) and a highly developed respect for his fellow musicians. He knows how to listen, how much and when to play and how to build his solos with imagination and interest. ...

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Jon Mayer: Nightscape

Read "Nightscape" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

New York-born, Los Angeles-based pianist Jon Mayer began his musical career in the New York jazz scene of the 1950s and 1960s. He has a long and distinguished pedigree, including work with Jackie McLean and John Coltrane, but his first recording as leader came as late as 1996, with Round Up The Usual Suspects (Pullen Music). ...

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Gary Smulyan: High Noon: The Jazz Soul of Frankie Laine

Read "High Noon: The Jazz Soul of Frankie Laine" reviewed by Jim Santella

This tribute album by baritone saxophonist Gary Smulyan features his bebop-based nonet pulling inspiration from a 1956 album by pop singer Frankie Laine (1913-2007) and trumpeter Buck Clayton. As Laine's foray into jazz's '50s mainstream, Jazz Spectacular (Columbia) represented a piece of the singer's repertoire not as well-known as his pop music. It allowed him to ...

Evolution/Revolution

Label: Reservoir Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Blues Evolution; Lover Man; Cubano Arrepentido; You Don

More Treasures

Label: Reservoir Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Wham & They're Off; Stop; Chick's Tune; Beautiful You; San(sic) Souci; Quick Silver (sic); For You; Suburban Eyes; Evans.


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