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Juewett Bostick Won For Best Jazz Musician At The Los Angeles Black Music & Film Awards

Juewett Bostick Won For Best Jazz Musician At The Los Angeles Black Music & Film Awards

Juewett Bostick is a masterful composer and guitarist with a passion for jazz, fusion, and everything in between. Bostick recently won for Best Jazz Musician at The Los Angeles Black Music & Film Awards, and after hearing his new album Shades of Blu, it is well deserved. Shades of Blu is really all about making the ...

Shades of Blue

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Deborah's Theme; O Mio Babbino Caro "Oh My Beautiful Father"; Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most; A Thousand Kisses Deep; Dr. Funkenstein's Rx; Tenderly; How Do You Mend A Broken Heart; Jackson's Love; Concierto de Aranjuez; Blame It On My Youth; What A Wonderful World.

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Richard Harris: Shades of Blue

Read "Shades of Blue" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Washington area trumpeter Richard Harris offers his third album as leader and follow up to his critically-acclaimed Songs from My Heart (Self-Produced, 2009) with the warm and mellow Shades of Blue containing a mixture of originals and uncommon standards presented in a light fashion. On this album, Harris strives to reproduce, as he states, “the lyrical ...

Shades of Blue

Label: Half Note Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Little Mama; You're Drivin' Me Crazy; Just for a Thrill; They Can't Take That Away from Me**; Hallelujah, I Love Her So; Song for Jennie; There'll Be Some Changes Made; Stairway to the Stars; You'd Be so Nice to Come Home to#; I Want a Little Girl; Baby, Won't You Please Come Home; Cry*; Learnin' the Blues

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben E. King: Shades of Blue

Read "Shades of Blue" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Ben E. King cut his teeth on music singing in gospel groups as a youngster before becoming a member of the consummate R & B, soul packed group, the Drifters. After going out on his own he had a slew of big hits including “Spanish Harlem" and “Stand by Me". Over the years, he has become ...

Shades of Blue

Label: Intersound
Released: 2000

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Francine Reed: Shades of Blue

Read "Shades of Blue" reviewed by Ed Kopp

When Francine Reed isn't singing backup with Lyle Lovett's Large Band, you might find her exercising her deep, soulful voice at two different venues in her adopted hometown of Atlanta. Some nights she belts out blues and R&B at Blind Willie's, a smoky blues joint in Virginia Highlands. Or, when the mood strikes, Reed performs swanky ...


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