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Tangria Jazz Group

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2008
Track listing: Nature Boy; Israel; Impressions; Teach Yourself to Live Elsewhere; Isotope; Bamako Love Walk; Black Nile.

Tangria Jazz Group

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2008
Track listing: Nature Boy; Israel; Impressions; Teach Yourself to Live Elsewhere; Isotope; Bamako Love Walk; Black Nile.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tangria Jazz Group: Tangria Jazz Group

Read "Tangria Jazz Group" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

On their third release, the self-titled Tangria Jazz Group continues to impress. With lots of positive press from the San Francisco Bay Area this trio, led by drummer/composer Sheryl Mebane with keyboardist Simon Rochester and bassist Justin Hellman, is thoroughly interactive and entertaining. Founded in 1997, Tangria Jazz Group has evolved with its most ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tangria Jazz Group: Tangria Jazz Group

Read "Tangria Jazz Group" reviewed by Edward Blanco

The Tangria Jazz Group is a piano trio led by composer/drummer Sheryl Mebane that has become a fixture in the San Francisco Bay Area since being formed in 1997. This self-titled release is the band's third album, containing a blend of straight-ahead jazz with a mild touch of fusion. A follow-up to the group's well-received Mebane's ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tangria Jazz Group: Tangria Jazz Group

Read "Tangria Jazz Group" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Tangria Jazz Group is what happens when the academy gets bored in the classroom and decides to go blow in the studio. The trio's first recording, Songs From Lady Bird was inspired by drummer/percussionist/physical chemist Sheryl Mebane's jazz novel Lady Bird (Pearl Street, 2003). Mebane's Eleven: Tunes for Two (Blastfamous, 2007) featured an abundance of original ...

Mebane's Eleven

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2007
Track listing: Teach Yourself to Live Elsewhere; Money Time; Warm; Ethan's Song; Solar; Freedom Jazz Dance; Reactions; Gemini; Breathe Easy; Money Time (with guests); Warm (with guests).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tangria Jazz Group: Mebane's Eleven

Read "Mebane's Eleven" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

"Little melodies come to me when I'm walking." So says drummer/percussionist/composer Sheryl Mebane, the leader of the San Francisco bay area-based Tangria Jazz Group. And that's probably as good a description of the mystery of the creative process as you'll hear.Mebane's vision, on Mebane's Eleven, focuses in on some of those unfailingly engaging melodies. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tangria Jazz Group: Mebane's Eleven: Tunes for Two

Read "Mebane's Eleven: Tunes for Two" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The Tangria Jazz Group is ostensibly a jazz piano trio made up of brainiacs from all over the map. Drummer and composer Dr. Sheryl Mebane is an environmental chemist, bassist Justin Hellman is a product of the music department at the University of California, Berkeley where keyboardist Simon Rochester is currently conducting physics research. So, what ...


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