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Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

Label: Sons of Sound
Released: 2011
Track listing: 1. From Russia With Love 2. Diamonds Are Forever 3. License To Kill 4. Goldfinger 5. Live And Let Die 6. Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang 7. Nobody Does It Better 8. The Man With The Golden Gun 9. The World Is Not Enough 10. Thunderball 11. Tomorrow Never Dies 12. Goldeneye 13. You Only Live Twice 14. James Bond Theme

It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing

Label: Sons of Sound
Released: 2006
Track listing: Wicked Walk; Dream Catcher; Eventually; Body & Soul; Missin

Spirit Songs

Label: Sons of Sound
Released: 2006
Track listing: Chant For Peace Eternal; Parris In April; Spirit Song; Sketches of Selim; Imani (Faith); In God's Hands; Mentor; J.C.'s Passion.

Fallen Angel

Label: Sons of Sound
Released: 2006
Track listing: Fallen Angel; Chinatown - Theme; Les Modernes; Katya; Promenade Sentimentale; Theme from Mulholland Falls; Body Heat; A Farewell to Maria; Last Kiss; Farewell, My Lovely; Hurricane Country.

Escapade

Label: Sons of Sound
Released: 2006
Track listing: Roller Coaster; New Invention No. 15; Blues Palindrome; Touching the Sky; Bob's Bossa; Manana Time; New Invention No. 21; Celestial Visions; King Cole Trio Medley; A Lullaby; My Funny Valentine; The Great Escape; Improvisations on Prelude No 22, Op. 11 Part IV.

Wish List

Label: Sons of Sound
Released: 2006
Track listing: Wish List; Conumdrum; Bumphs; Tulainyo; Boo; Blackbird; Opening Day; Nancy; Cross That Bridge.

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Mike Holober: Wish List

Read "Wish List" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Wish List is pianist/composer/bandleader Mike Holober's third album, in addition to appearances in the piano chair for the Pete McGuiness Jazz Orchestra, the Jason Rigby Quartet, the Pete McCann Quintet and the Anita Brown Jazz Orchestra. Holober is a New York-based pianist who previously had worked with Nick Brignola's group and whose style has been influenced ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mike Holober: Wish List

Read "Wish List" reviewed by David Miller

The great thing about jazz is that you may think you know a lot about a lot, but in reality you don't know jack. It seems every time I pop in a new record, I learn about a new artist I've never heard before. In listening to Mike Holober's Wish List, I was lucky enough to ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bob Sneider & Paul Hofman: Escapade

Read "Escapade" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Bob Sneider and Paul Hofmann called their first collaborative effort “Interconnection," and that was an apt name, for the two showed that they had an affinity that resulted in some darned fine music. Though their second collaboration finds them concentrating on original material, they also look at standards, including a Nat Cole medley, and even add ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bob Sneider and Paul Hofmann: Escapade

Read "Escapade" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The history of duo recordings boasts some standout pairings: Bill Evans and Jim Hall, Nat “King" Cole and Oscar Moore, Chick Corea and Gary Burton, Stan Getz and Kenny Brown. Guitarist Bob Sneider and pianist Paul Hofmann approach the duo format with masterful technique and imagination on Escapade, a followup to Interconnection (Sons of Sound, '04).


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