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Scott Reeves


Scott Reeves is a trombonist (specializing in the Eb alto flugelhorn and Eb alto valve trombone), as well as a composer and educator. He has performed at venues such as Birdland, the Village Vanguard, Smoke, the Iridium, Small’s, Dizzy’s, the 55 Bar, and the Knitting Factory with groups such as the Dave Liebman Big Band, the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, and the Chico O’Farrill Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra. He has also performed in small group settings with Steve Wilson, Rich Perry, Kenny Werner, James Williams, Ron Carter, John Patitucci, Adam Cruz and Carl Allen. Scott has also performed as a guest artist at leading jazz clubs in Rome, Lisbon, Tokyo, Osaka, Kobe and Kyoto. Scott performs on four CD’s with the Dave Liebman Big Band and has also recorded with the Anthony Braxton Orchestra and Bill Mobley's Smoke Big Band


Article: Album Review

Erica Seguine: The New Day Bends Light

Read "The New Day Bends Light" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Impegnandosi nel ruolo di produttore, Darcy James Argue dà particolare considerazione al debutto discografico di quest'ensemble, fondato nel 2011 a New York dalle compositrici Erica Seguine e Shon Baker. La prima è anche arrangiatrice e guida dell'orchestra, la seconda entra nel cast come sassofonista. Dopo varie esibizioni in locali chiave della Big Apple, ...


The New Day Bends Light

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2023
Track listing: Reel; States; Tangoing with Delusion; In Dreams; Ose Shalom; …and the Tire Swing Keeps Spinning…; The New Day Bends Light.


Article: Album Review

Bobby Kapp: Synergy

Read "Synergy" reviewed by Jack Bowers

The subtitle of Synergy is “Bobby Kapp plays the music of Richard Sussman," which is true to some extent. To be more precise, drummer Kapp is at the heart of a septet, conducted by Scott Reeves, that features composer Sussman at the piano. So, while “Bobby Kapp plays" is technically correct, it does not represent the ...


Article: Album Review

Erica Seguine/Shon Baker Orchestra: The New Day Bends Light

Read "The New Day Bends Light" reviewed by Jack Bowers

The New Day Bends Light, the debut recording by the twelve-year-old Erica Seguine/Shon Baker Orchestra, is interesting on a number of levels, not the least of which is emotional. The leaders and their twenty-one piece ensemble are clearly committed to the music and do their best to breathe life into each of the album's seven numbers, ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Julius Hemphill, Nels Cline and Eberhard Weber

Read "Julius Hemphill, Nels Cline and Eberhard Weber" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

I have been having temporary difficulties in uploading my recent radio shows. While I work on that, here is a program from July 27, 2021, that features the usual wide variety of musicians. This show includes Julius Hemphill, Nels Cline, Brian Woodruff, and Eberhard Weber. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I Can't Wait To Get ...


The Alchemist

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: New Bamboo; Shapeshifter; Without a Trace; The Alchemist; Remembrances; All or Nothing at All.


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Woody Shaw & Todd Cochran

Read "Woody Shaw & Todd Cochran" reviewed by Joe Dimino

The 729th Episode of Neon Jazz begins with veteran pianist Todd Cochran and music off Then and Again, Here and Now and follow it with the legend who gave him his stellar beginnings in Bobby Hutcherson. From there we motor through an hour of music with modern musicians making 2021 a memorable year including Scott Reeves, ...


Article: Rhythm In Every Guise

Nadav Snir-Zelniker: The Sound of Surprise

Read "Nadav Snir-Zelniker: The Sound of Surprise" reviewed by David A. Orthmann

For the last dozen years or so I've frequented The Turning Point Café in Piermont, NY. I return to the small, informal venue time and time again to hear live jazz that's long on substance and short on pretense and ceremony. Though the town may seem removed from the hustle and bustle of jny: New York ...


Article: Album Review

Scott Reeves: The Alchemist

Read "The Alchemist" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Trombonist, composer and band leader Scott Reeves once performed a live concert at the City College of New York with his then quintet, which has now been documented as his newest offering entitled The Alchemist. However, new is not the operative word here, as this musical event took place on May 5th, 2005. While concentrating on ...


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