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Sylvia Cuenca

Sylvia Cuenca is an active drummer on the New York jazz scene who is contributing outstanding performances in a variety of situations. She has had the honor of sharing the bandstand with saxophone legend Joe Henderson for 4 years and trumpet legend Clark Terry for 17 years. The Joe Henderson quartet toured frequently in European countries Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Austria, Belgium, England, Switzerland, France, Italy and Germany and venues across the U.S. In a trio setting she performed with Joe Henderson and Charlie Haden in 1989 and with George Mraz in 1994. She performed with the Clark Terry Quintet and Big Band at Village Vanguard, Birdland, Blue Note, Queen Elizabeth 2, Royal Viking, S.S

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Article: Album Review

Harvie S, Roni Ben-Hur with Sylvia Cuenca: Wondering

Read "Wondering" reviewed by Troy Dostert


One of the drawbacks of being a consummate sideman is that it can be hard to find time for one's own projects as a leader. That is certainly the case for bassist Harvie S who, in a long career, has distinguished himself with superb work in support of Sheila Jordan, Don Friedman, Alan Broadbent, and many ...

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Wondering

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2022
Track listing: Boplicity; For Duke P.; Ligia; A Vontade Mesmo; The Gentle Art of Love; Ray; Some Wandering Bushmen; The Forks; What Was; Ménage à Bleu.

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Wondering

Label: Dot Time Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Boplicity; For Duke P; Ligia; A Vontade Mesmo; The Gentle Art of Love; Ray; Some Wandering Bushmen; The Forks; What Was; Menage Blue.

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

You Got To Know How - New Releases Plus a Celebration of Blueswoman Sippie Wallace

Read "You Got To Know How - New Releases Plus a Celebration of Blueswoman Sippie Wallace" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast presents new releases from Judy Niemack, Rebecca Coupe Franks, Harve S, Roni Ben-Hur & Sylvia Cuenca, Aubrey Johnson, Nikki Yanofsky plus a single from säje (Sara Gazarek, Amanda Taylor, Johnaye Kendrick, Erin Bentlage), with birthday shoutouts to Sippie Wallace, Lani Hall, Lauren Henderson, Kurt Elling, Anne Sajdera, Gregory Porter, among others. Also more selections ...

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Article: Album Review

Carl Bartlett, Jr.: Promise!

Read "Promise!" reviewed by Don Phipps


Winner of the USA 2015-16 International Songwriting Competition Jazz Category, Carl Bartlett Jr. showcases his skills on PROMISE!. The album's warm, vivacious compositions offer plenty of cheer and good feelings. The result is guaranteed to bring a Billy Higgins smile to your face. Bartlett's alto sax playing is equally sunny. Like Bobby Watson or Donald Harrison, ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Four From The Posi-Tone Pile

Read "Four From The Posi-Tone Pile" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Some labels release a few records a year; some put out a record every month or two; and then there are those, like the Los Angeles-based Posi-Tone Records, that prefer to push even more music through the pipeline. As 2014 came into being, Posi-Tone began an ambitious release schedule, putting out a new ...

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Article: Live Review

Denise Donatelli and Geoffrey Keezer Quartet: Half Moon Bay, CA, April 13, 2013

Read "Denise Donatelli and Geoffrey Keezer Quartet: Half Moon Bay, CA, April 13, 2013" reviewed by Bill Leikam


Denise Donatelli and Geoffrey Keezer QuartetDouglas Beach House aka Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society/ConcertHalf Moon Bay, CaliforniaApril 21, 2013Two-time Grammy nominee Denise Donatelli once again teamed up with master pianist Geoffrey Keezer for the singer's performance at the Bach Dynamite and Dancing Society. Aside from these two principals, Essiet ...

Album

Exit 13

Label: Etoile Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Miss C's Shuffle; Exit 13; Slow, Hot Wind; Big Ed; Ritha; Minor League; Happy; It's Easy to Remember; Croquet. (Total Time 60:26).

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Article: Album Review

Sylvia Cuenca: Exit 13

Read "Exit 13" reviewed by Riel Lazarus


Since the organ-drums-guitar trio first came to prominence in the early ‘60s, many have tried and failed to recreate the impassioned, groove-laden drive of its most celebrated practitioners. Exit 13, the newest release by drummer Sylvia Cuenca, represents another such attempt, though, unlike so many before them, the trio here walks away with a measured yet ...


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