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David Hazeltine and Mike Kaplan: Two Perspectives On Cedar Walton

Label: Sharp Nine Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Simple Pleasure; Martha's Prize; Clockwise; Dear Ruth; Turquoise Twice; Holy Land; Cedar's Blues; Fiesta Espanol; Hindsight; Over The Rainbow.

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

David Hazeltine and Mike Kaplan: Two Perspectives On Cedar Walton

Read "David Hazeltine and Mike Kaplan: Two Perspectives On Cedar Walton" reviewed by David A. Orthmann

Years ago, I often went to a club in which a guest soloist was coupled with the house rhythm section. At one point in nearly every opening set, in an effort to find some common ground, the leader called Cedar Walton's “Bolivia." Sitting and waiting in anticipation for the theme to be played became an important ...

My Groove, Your Move

Label: Sharp Nine Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Track #1: I Love You (verse); Track #2: On The Street Where You Live; Track #3: Foi a Saudade; Track #4: Eye of Irene; Track #5: Sweet Honey Bee; Track #6: For All We Know/We Kiss in a Shadow; Track #7: My Groove, Your Move; Track #8: The Way You Look Tonight; Track #9: The Lineup.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gilad Edelman: My Groove, Your Move

Read "My Groove, Your Move" reviewed by David A. Orthmann

Gilad Edelman is the son of Marc Edelman, the brains and will behind Sharp Nine Records, a fiercely independent label which has produced some of the finest straight-ahead jazz records of the past fifteen years. Despite limited resources and operating in the midst of the industry's severe downturn, Sharp Nine has released impressive recordings by significant, ...

The Composers

Label: Sharp Nine Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Ojos de Rojo; Gaslight; Mister Chairman; To Whom It May Concern; Self Potrait (of the Bean); Swift as the Wind; Smoke Signal; Three Wishes; Tears Inside.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dmitry Baevsky: The Composers

Read "The Composers" reviewed by David A. Orthmann

In some respects, The Composers is cut from the same cloth as Down With It, Dmitry Baevsky's 2010 release on Sharp Nine. The alto saxophonist selects seldom-played compositions from the jazz canon and executes thoughtful interpretations, so that the heads of tunes like Cedar Walton's “Ojos de Rojo," Wayne Shorter's “Mister Chairman," and Duke Ellington's “Self ...

Down With It

Label: Sharp Nine Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Down With It; Mount Harissa; We See; LaRue; Shabozz; Last Night When We Were Young; Decision; Webb City; I'll String Along With You.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dmitry Baevsky: Down With It

Read "Down With It" reviewed by David A. Orthmann

As jazz moves in many different directions and breaks free from the all too familiar and readily categorized sounds of its first century, how does an artist make bebop sound like something other than an exercise in nostalgia or an academic pursuit? In the hands of the thirty-four year-old alto saxophonist Dmitry Baevsky, bop is still ...

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Dmitry Baevsky "Down With It" (Sharp Nine Records)

Dmitry Baevsky "Down With It" (Sharp Nine Records)

Sharp Nine is pleased to add the formidable young altoist Dmitry Baevsky to its roster of hard- hitting, straight-ahead artists. The St. Petersburg native has been honing his craft in New York for more than a decade and the results are here for all to enjoy. With a crack young rhythm section of Jeb Patton, David ...


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