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Sigmund Fudge

Label: Los Angeles Jazz Collective Records
Released: 2016

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013

Take Five With Jeffrey Gimble

Read "Take Five With Jeffrey Gimble" reviewed by Jeffrey Gimble

Meet Jeffrey Gimble: Born and raised in Houston, TX, Gimble grew up going to the gigs of his saxophone-playing father Maynard, who had a popular big band in the '60s and '70s. Despite his natural curiosity for jazz, he was drawn instead to become an actor and musical theater performer and graduated from Houston's ...

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Louis Durra: Rocket Science

Read "Rocket Science" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

The constant revitalization of the piano trio is one of the most rewarding developments in recent jazz history and it continues apace with Louis Durra's Rocket Science. Durra isn't introducing a major paradigm shift, but with Ryan McGillicuddy on bass and longtime compatriot Jerry Kalaf on drums, he's bringing a few fresh new tunes to the ...

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Take Five With Dan Andersen

Read "Take Five With Dan Andersen" reviewed by Daniel Andersen

Meet Dan Andersen: Dan Andersen is a jazz guitarist and composer based in Los Angeles who earned a doctorate from the University Of Southern California Thornton School Of Music. The Spark, his debut CD, features pianist Alan Pasqua, bassist Ryan McGillicuddy, and drummer James Alsanders.In 1999, Dan left his ...


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