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Only Love

Label: Saphu Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Rahway Blues; Maddie In New York; Solstice; Chelsea; Inner Motion; Merci Mon Frère; Warrior One; All Shall Rise To Thee; Only Love.

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Anson Wright: Only Love

Read "Only Love" reviewed by Geannine Reid

The young Anson Wright began his thirst for knowledge at Princeton and left post-graduate studies at Columbia to quench a different thirst, his musical creativity. Living in New York City's East Village, Wright was able to absorb performances by Charles Mingus at the Five Spot, which ignited his passion for improvisation. Wright is a gifted fingerstyle ...

En Route

Label: Saphu Records
Released: 2010

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Label: Saphu Records
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Ukiah's Lullaby

Label: Saphu Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Ukiah's Lullaby; The Healer; Orion; Resurrection; Hope; Sometimes There Are No Words; Martin's Day; Kitten's Eyes; April Fools; Gifts.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Anson Wright & Tim Gilson: Ukiah's Lullaby

Read "Ukiah's Lullaby" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

The two men, guitarist, Anson Wright and bassist, Tim Gilson enjoy a special relationship. Most duos are close-knit units. In a few very special instances, the two musicians thrive on something uncannily telepathetic. For instance, they will complete each other's phrases without missing a beat or a phrase. Whether they enter behind or on the beat ...

Girl Talk

Label: Saphu Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Brown Baggin'; Girl Talk; Now's Not The Time; Silverplated Song; Just Squeeze Me; Oldest Son; Venus; Good Friday; Waltz For Theo; Milestones.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mel Brown Quartet: Girl Talk

Read "Girl Talk" reviewed by Stephen Latessa

The notes on the back cover of Girl Talk, the new disc from the Mel Brown Quartet, proudly proclaim that the band has “over 100 years of collective experience. Indeed, an easy, lived-in approach defines the ten tracks on the album. It is the work of veterans whose professionalism yields consistently solid results. The musicians--Mel Brown ...

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Ed Bennett: Tourology

Read "Tourology" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins

Ed Bennett’s quintet is a superior group from Portland, Oregon, which has become a hotbed of jazz activity. The bassist boasts an admirable resume including stints with Carmen McRae, Joe Henderson, Jimmy Witherspoon, Sonny Stitt, the Akiyoshi-Tabackin Big Band, and a number of West Coast stalwarts.Tourologyis his fourth album on his own label, Saphu. While the ...


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