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Adonis Rose Piece Of Mind Live At The Blue Llama

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Keep Your Soul Together; Piece of Mind; Entropy; Nostalgic Impressions; Lovely; Maurice’s Rap; Sunny Side of the Street; Blue Llama Jam.

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Uppsala 1971

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: C Jam Blues; Kinda Dukish/Rockin’ In Rhythm; Happy Reunion; Take The A Train; Fife; Satin Doll; Chinoiserie; Harlem; Medley: Prelude to a Kiss; Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me; In a Sentimental Mood; Don’t You Know I Care; The Brown Skin Gal; I Let a Song Go Out of my Heart; Don’t Get Around Much Anymore; Mood Indigo; I’m Beginning To See The Light; Solitude; It Don’t Mean A Thing if it Ain’t Got That Swing; I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good; Sophisticated Lady; Caravan. Things Ain’t What They Used To Be; Hello Dolly; One More Time For The People; Lotus Blossom.

Album

Songs - The Music of Allen Toussaint

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Southern Nights; It’s Raining; Working in the Coal Mine; Ruler of My Heart; Java; Gert Town; With You in Mind; Zimple Street; Tequila.

Album

Songs: The Music of Allen Toussaint

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Southern Nights; It's Raining; Coal Mine; Ruler of My Heart; Java; Gert Town; With You in Mind; Zimple Street; Tequila

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Ben Webster's First Concert in Denmark

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: In A Mellotone (rehearsal); Pennies From Heaven; Blues In B-Flat; My Romance; In A Mellotone; Over The Rainbow; Cotton Tail.

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Duke Ellington: Uppsala 1971

Read "Uppsala 1971" reviewed by Chris Mosey


From his first visit in 1939 to a concert a few months before his death in 1973, Duke Ellington took special pleasure in visiting Sweden. He composed a “Serenade to Sweden" and wrote a new arrangement for a very Swedish pop song, “I en rod liten stuga (In a Red Little Cottage)." He also entered into ...

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New Orleans Jazz Orchestra: Songs - The Music of Allen Toussaint

Read "Songs - The Music of Allen Toussaint" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


After a harrowing experience of administrative scandal, followed by near extinction, the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra, under the direction of drummer Adonis Rose, rises phoenix-like from the ashes to release the first large orchestra consideration of New Orleans son Allen Toussaint. Songs: The Music of Allen Toussaint is a celebration of the late composer, featuring nine ...

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Niels Lan Doky

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Niels Lan Doky is the Knight of Jazz: Telling the stories of the music and his journey to becoming a global icon of the genre. A generation younger than artists like Keith Jarrett and Pat Metheny, pianist/composer Niels Lan Doky is one of the most acclaimed and prolific jazz artists of his time. He has released over 40 albums, has collaborated with the greatest artists in jazz and has won countless awards and accolades around the world. When he released his debut album in 1986 an American Jazz Journalist wrote: “There is nothing more encouraging and satisfying than to encounter for the first time a young Jazz musician of real stature, someone who can make you feel that the future of the music is in good hands

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New Orleans Jazz Orchestra: Songs: The Music of Allen Toussaint

Read "Songs: The Music of Allen Toussaint" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Allen Toussaint (1938-2015), a composer / producer who made his mark in the broad spheres of R&B, rock and roll, funk, country and pop music, may seem at first glance an unusual choice for a big-band jazz tribute. On the other hand, the New Orleans native never strayed far from the pivotal music of his home ...

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Ben Webster: Ben Webster's First Concert in Denmark

Read "Ben Webster's First Concert in Denmark" reviewed by Chris Mosey


This is a small piece of jazz history. In January 1965, Ben Webster, newly arrived in Europe from America, was working out where to settle down. This concert shows why he decided on Copenhagen. The album starts with Webster making a point about the playing of his former boss Duke Ellington's “In A ...


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