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Album

Live at Frankie's Jazz Club

Label: Cellar Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: A Few Miles from Memphis; Barbara; Equestrian Interlude; Con Alma; If You Could See Me Now; Invitation; Garden Hand Blues; Bolivia.

Album

Live at Frankie's Jazz Club

Label: Cellar Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: A Few Miles from Memphis; Barbara; Equestrian Interlude; Con Alma; If You Could See Me Now; Invitation; Garden Hand Blues; Bolivia.

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Article: Album Review

Steve Kaldestad: Live at Frankie's Jazz Club

Read "Live at Frankie's Jazz Club" reviewed by Jack Bowers


On his fourth album for Cellar Music, western Canada-based tenor saxophonist Steve Kaldestad plays “Con Alma." He also plays con alma--in English, “with soul"—not only on Dizzy Gillespie's paean to human life's animating principle but throughout a more than hour-long concert at Frankie's Jazz Club in Vancouver, wherein he leads an exemplary quartet whose members are ...

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Article: Album Review

Steve Kaldestad: Live at Frankie's Jazz Club

Read "Live at Frankie's Jazz Club" reviewed by Edward Blanco


A Port Moody, British Columbia-based tenor saxophonist and educator at Capilano University, Steve Kaldestad is one of the most in-demand musicians in the Canadian jazz scene and Live at Frankie's Jazz Club is his fourth album on the Cellar Live label. Like most musicians affected by the pandemic, working during these trying times has been limited ...

Album

Saskatchewan Suite

Label: Chronograph Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: The Place; The First; The Newcomers; The In-Between; September 1905; Saskatchesport; Thank You, Mr. Douglas; Saskatchejazz

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September 1905

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Label: Chronograph Records
Released: 2021
Duration: 04:58

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Jaelem Bhate: on the edge

Read "on the edge" reviewed by Jack Bowers


At a time when many contemporary big bands are veering off-course, too often leaving jazz as we know and understand it as an afterthought, foundering and searching in vain for an anchor, it's comforting to encounter an ensemble that is not only as fresh as today's harvest but upholds such time-honored jazz traditions as melody, harmony ...

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Article: Album Review

Cory Weeds: Let's Groove: The Music of Earth Wind & Fire

Read "Let's Groove: The Music of Earth Wind & Fire" reviewed by Jack Bowers


When last heard from, Canadian Cory Weeds was wielding a mean neo-swing tenor saxophone with the superb Jeff Hamilton trio on the albums Dreamsville and This Happy Madness. On Let's Groove: The Music of Earth, Wind & Fire, Weeds moves from tenor to alto (with no loss of merit) alongside tenor and fellow Canadian Steve Kaldestad, ...

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Dan Brubeck Quartet: Live at the Cellar: Celebrating the Music and Lyrics of Dave & Iola Brubeck

Read "Live at the Cellar: Celebrating the Music and Lyrics of Dave & Iola Brubeck" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Drummer Dan Brubeck, son of the late Dave Brubeck, pays homage to his parents in a most appropriate way. He puts the proper frame around the songbook created by his mother and father over their 70-year performance career. Using the saxophone quartet format his father blazed jazz trails with, Brubeck leads his quartet through 14 Brubeck ...


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