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I'm Still Here

Label: Sea Breeze Vista
Released: 2008
Track listing: Grand Central; I've Got You Under My Skin; I'm All For You; Beijo Inocente; I Be Serious 'Bout Dem Blues; End Of a Love Affair; Out House; The Refrigerator; Out Of Sync; Blues For Warren.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mt. Hood Jazz Band and Combo 2007: I'm Still Here

Read "I'm Still Here" reviewed by Ken Dryden

There is a certain level of expectation for student bands, but the music from this all-star group belies its members' tender years. Their ensembles are tight and the soloists play at a very high level. The Mt. Hood Jazz Band--well-directed by Susie Jones and consisting of musicians from the Pacific Northwest--performed at the 2007 IAJE Conference ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Texas Tech University Jazz Ensemble One: Glimmer of Night & Day

Read "Glimmer of Night & Day" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Their second album for the Sea Breeze label, Glimmer of Night & Day by the Texas Tech University Jazz Ensemble One, is every bit as good as their 1998 Grammy-nominated debut,Seein' the Light...Hearin' the Hub-Tones. Though the Jazz Studies program at the West Texas city of Lubbock-based university is now under the direction of renowned saxophonist ...

Glimmer of Night & Day

Label: Sea Breeze Vista
Released: 2007
Track listing: Glimmer; Night and Day; Continental Divide; Who Can I Turn To; Some Other Time; Range; Stevie Played The Blues; Gray Storms; Weather You Needn't/Well You Needn't; Chorale and Koala.

My Foolish Heart

Label: Sea Breeze Vista
Released: 2006
Track listing: Basso Urnesto; Stellar; Li

Destination Unknown

Label: Sea Breeze Vista
Released: 2006
Track listing: Passages; All Smiles; Bluebird of Delhi; Koobism; Wrappin

My Foolish Heart

Label: Sea Breeze Vista
Released: 2006
Track listing: Basso Urnesto; Stellar; Li

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mt. Hood Jazz Band & Combo 2006: My Foolish Heart

Read "My Foolish Heart" reviewed by Jack Bowers

The Mt. Hood Jazz Band is best described as an anomaly--a community college ensemble that doesn't play like one. Director Susie Jones must be given at least partial credit for that. I'd say “You're doin' a heckuva job, Susie, but there's no telling where that could lead. Seriously, these young musicians--most of them home-grown in Oregon--are ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

University of Northern Iowa Jazz Band One: Destination Unknown

Read "Destination Unknown" reviewed by Jack Bowers

This is the fourteenth album in my library by the University of Northern Iowa Jazz Band One--and the fourth under director Chris Merz, who succeeded the legendary Bob Washut nearly five years ago. As always, the repertoire is eclectic, touching a number of bases from Ellington/Strayhorn, Fletcher Henderson and Cole Porter to Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mt. Hood Jazz Band & Combo 2006: My Foolish Heart

Read "My Foolish Heart" reviewed by Jim Santella

Located just outside of Portland, Oregon in the shadow of Mount Hood, Mt. Hood Community College offers courses in jazz improvisation, music theory, harmony, and ear training. Then, there's the course that everybody wants to spend a few years with: jazz ensemble. For quite some time now, the school has been able to boast ...


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