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Rick Petrone

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BME-Berklee-1969 Buddy Rich 1970, Marian McPartland 1970-71 Maynard Ferguson 1971-1973, 2 albums "Live At Jimmy's, Chameleon. Thad & Mel 1973, New York Mary 1973-1976 2 albums- NY Mary, Piece of the Apple Arista Freedom,Mel Torme. Chet Baker, 1977, 1978 Radio Broadcaster 1978-1992 WYRS, WJAZ Stamford. Marlene Ver Planck 1979 "Music of Alec Wilder", Joyce Dicamillo Trio 1996-2004 5 CD's, Richie Hart Trio 2003-present 2 CD''s "Timeless' Hoenberger Records "Well You Needn't Zoho. Mark Morganelli Jazz Forum All Stars 2001, 1 CD "My Romance", Giacomo Gates CD 2004

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Article: Album Review

Giacomo Gates: G8S

Read "G8S" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello


2018 worldwide news reports have detailed all sorts of technologically-assisted archaeological finds. In the US, a previously unreleased John Coltrane album and other musical discoveries have popped up. And--whaddya know?--here is an unreleased and enhanced set of tracks from the Hipster to the Hip, Giacomo Gates. And it is a helluva find, you dig?

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Article: Live Review

Freihofer's Jazz Festival 2010: 33rd Edition is Strong

Read "Freihofer's Jazz Festival 2010: 33rd Edition is Strong" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke


2010 Freihofer's Jazz FestivalSaratoga Springs, NYJune 26-27, 2010 Watching Kendrick Scott's Oracle band in the warmth and sunshine of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center recently brought into focus everything that's good about the two-day event created by legendary impresario George Wein in 1978 and carried on more than capably by Danny Melnick's ...

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Article: Rhythm In Every Guise

Joe Corsello: Strong Second Act

Read "Joe Corsello: Strong Second Act" reviewed by David A. Orthmann


In the notes to an unfinished novel, the celebrated 20th Century author F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote, “there are no second acts in American lives." The vicissitudes of the lives of many jazz musicians, some of whom drop out of sight for years or even decades, are exceptions to Fitzgerald's often quoted dictum.

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Article: Interview

Ralph Lalama: Steppin' Out, Steppin' Forward

Read "Ralph Lalama: Steppin' Out, Steppin' Forward" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke


Ralph Lalama's rich tenor saxophone voice has been heard for years on the New York City scene, perhaps most notably with the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra and its predecessors, first led by Thad Jones and Mel Lewis, and later by just Lewis. He's a guy who grew up when rock music was fully bursting on the American ...

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Article: Album Review

Ralph Lalama Quartet: The Audience

Read "The Audience" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


Covers can become trite very quickly, but when arrangements are fresh and performance is equal to the task, they can become as endearing as new masterpieces. The Audience, by Ralpha Lalama Quartet, has that quality with its mix of lesser-known jazz songs, a little pop and some original interludes. Lalama, a tenor saxophonist, has ...

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Ralph Lalama: The Audience

Read "The Audience" reviewed by David A. Orthmann


A few choice items from the American Popular Songbook, tunes by Wayne Shorter, Duke Pearson, and Stevie Wonder, plus three brief duo improvisations, all rendered in a recognizable mainstream style by a band that includes two primary soloists and a bass and drums team. On the face of it, Ralph Lalama's second Mighty Quinn release appears ...

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Ralph Lalama: The Audience

Read "The Audience" reviewed by Joel Roberts


Tenor saxophonist Ralph Lalama is a respected jazz journeyman probably best known for his more than 25-year tenure with the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra. He's also played and recorded with the Joe Lovano Nonet, the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band and drummer Joe Morello's group, among others. But he's had relatively few opportunities to record as a leader. ...


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