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Now Hear This

Label: Resilience Music Alliance
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1. Overcoat; 2. Tranquility; 3. Underground; 4. Bernie's Tune; 5. Yardbird Suite; 6. U.M.M.G.; 7. Miss Michelle; 8. Thinking of You; 9. Emotions; 10. Caribe; 11. Black Butterfly; 12. Freedom Jazz Dance; 13. The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power

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Good Time

Label: Resilience Music Alliance
Released: 2019
Track listing: Stand By Me; Freedom; All For You; Let Me Be; Sometime; Good Time; Beat Em Down; Green Sally; Old Bill; Pay Me My Money Down; Worried Now; Shoo Lie Loo.

Album

Essence

Label: Resilience Music Alliance
Released: 2019
Track listing: And Sammy Walked In; Mongo's Blues Intro; Mongo's Blues; Liquid Crystal; Mano a Mano; Just Like You; Yes; Piece Of Cake; On Fire; Repercussions; Hello & Goodbye.

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Michel Camilo: Essence

Read "Essence" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Michel Camilo is a virtuoso pianist who mixes jazz, Latin and classical. Playing as part of a trio, he is famous for hitting the listener with a constant barrage of technique as dazzling as it is tiring. Fortunately, the big band format of Essence puts the lid on such displays. The album forms a retrospective on ...

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Ranky Tanky: Good Time

Read "Good Time" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Why change a winning formula? Ranky Tanky's follow-up to their hit debut album takes things further in the same vein: a heady mix of gospel and traditional Gullah songs from the Sea Islands of South Carolina, laced with original music and lyrics. The emphasis this time is on a pounding beat generated by the electric guitar ...

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Ranky Tanky: Good Time

Read "Good Time" reviewed by John Bricker


The West African phrase Ranky Tanky roughly translates to “get funky" or “work it," according to the band's website. The band earns this title with danceable blends of gospel and jazz, celebrating the Gullah culture found in their home state of South Carolina. Although Good Time delivers more infectious energy than their self-titled debut, Ranky Tanky ...

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Michel Camilo: Essence

Read "Essence" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


In numerology, the number 25 is connected to wisdom and an air of curiosity. Both traits, not surprisingly, speak directly to this pianist at the moment he delivers a dynamic big band album--his 25th release to date--a full quarter century after his first leader effort to explore this format. Essence's playlist spans decades, ...

Album

Attitude Manouche

Label: Resilience Music Alliance
Released: 2018
Track listing: Attitude Manouche; Troublant Romeo; Late Train; Lovely Wife; Laugh With Charlie; Balkanic Dance; Around Toots; Nocturne; Schindler’s List – Main Theme; Tsigane Fantasy; Viens Chez Django.

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Ranky Tanky

Label: Resilience Music Alliance
Released: 2018
Track listing: That’s Alright; Turtle Dove; Been In The Storm; Ranky Tanky; Oh Death; Knee Bone; You Gotta Move; Watch That Star; Sink Em Low; Join The Band; You Better Mind; Goodbye Song.

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Ranky Tanky: Ranky Tanky

Read "Ranky Tanky" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Ranky Tanky are based in Charleston, South Carolina. They specialize in jazz-and blues-influenced arrangements of the traditional music of the Gullah people, who came from West Africa as slaves in the 19th century. They were brought to South Carolina's Low Country and Sea Islands to work on plantations where their knowledge of rice cultivation could be ...


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