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You Must Believe In Spring

Label: Southport Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: You Must Believe In Spring; A Night in Tunisia; Joy Spring; A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing; A Sleepin' Bee; Manhattan; Heaven; Just You, Just Me; Midnight at the Starlight Haunted Ballroom; Estate; Devil May Care; Tis Autumn; Tristeza.

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Take Five with Josie Falbo

Read "Take Five with Josie Falbo" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Josie Falbo: Josie is and has been one of jny: Chicago's busiest and most frequently heard studio singers for over 30 years. Heard on over 1,000 commercials in various languages through the decades, many you know like McDonald's, United, Nationwide, Midway Airlines, Great America, Green Giant, Oscar Meyer, Budweiser, Old Style, Sara Lee, ...

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George Freeman/Chico Freeman: All In The Family

Read "All In The Family" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

There are few things more quintessentially “Chicago" in jazz than the Freeman family. Tenor titan Von Freeman ruled the roost in The Windy City decade after decade until his death in 2012; his brother, George Freeman, played with everybody from saxophonist Charlie Parker to organist Shirley Scott; his other brother, the late Eldridge “Bruz" Freeman, was ...

Black Horn Long Gone

Label: Southport Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Wandering; Our Theme; Saxoon; Three on Two; Bernice; The Strut Time; Malachi's Tune; Ode to Clifford Jordan.

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A CD Label That Plays to Sounds of Chicago

When the pianist Bradley Parker released his first LP in 1979, he went to the Chicago Tattooing and Piercing Company parlor on Belmont Avenue and had the album title, “Latin Black," inked across his left forearm. This was novel among artists in the '80s, when tattoos belonged primarily to sailors and biker gangs. Mr. Parker—also known ...

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Fred Anderson: Black Horn Long Gone

Read "Black Horn Long Gone" reviewed by Francis Lo Kee

Fred Anderson is one of today's most powerful and singular saxophonists. Recorded in 1993, this trio (with bassist Malachi Favors and drummer Ajaramu--aka AJ Shelton--who have both since passed away) flies blissfully to new heights for piano-less sax trios. To call Anderson a member of the free jazz movement produces an incomplete picture. His technical facility ...

re: Rooted

Label: Southport Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Episode One; Episode Two; Episode Three; Shadow to Shadow and Beyond; Lacquer; Gate.

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The Miyumi Project: re: Rooted

Read "re: Rooted" reviewed by Jim Santella

Double bassist Tatsu Aoki leads this avant-garde ensemble in a program of creative improvised music that reflects the roots of Asian/American jazz. The instrumental timbres that he's chosen to augment this saxophone and percussion ensemble provide distinctive colors. Aoki's big, booming bass leads the way while huge taiko drums manage the session's rhythmic foundation. ...

JazzSpirit, Volumes 1 & 2

Label: Southport Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Volume I: Let Us Break Bread Together; Jesu, Jesu, Fill Us With Your Love; Forgive Our Sins As We Forgive; A Mighty Fortress; Piedad; Doxology; O My Soul Bless Your Redeemer; Here I Am Lord; Jesus Loves Me; My God IS So High. Volume II: Fairest Lord Jesus; O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How...; Down By The Riverside; O Lord You Are My God And King; We Are Marching In The Light Of God; Wade In The Water; God Of Grace And God Of Glory; When Peace Like A River; Lord, Whose Love Through Humble...; My God Is So High.


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