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Montreux Jazz Festival 1967

Label: TCB Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: CD1: Days And Nights Waiting; Lady Gabor; Sweet Georgia Bright. CD2: Love Ship; Love Song To A Baby; Forest Flower.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Charles Lloyd Quartet: Montreux Jazz Festival 1967

Read "Montreux Jazz Festival 1967" reviewed by Chris May

2018 and 2019 have seen more than one release of newly discovered material by jazz icons which have been hyped as masterpieces by the record label, but proven to be underwhelming on investigation, no more than marginally interesting artefacts for anyone other than completists and the star-struck. The John Coltrane albums Both Directions At Once: The ...

Quietly Cold

Label: TCB Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Off The Hook; Quietly Cold; So Much Nonsense; Lullaby For The Wild; Dancing Elf; I Like That Paper Moon; Long Deep Sleep Song; Snow Dreaming; Andy’s Foodcorner; Strange Enough; More; Falling Gloves Are Always Blue; Monday Morning Move.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben Zahler's Songgoing: Quietly Cold

Read "Quietly Cold" reviewed by Chris Mosey

Swiss flautist Ben Zahler names his principal influences as Herbie Mann and Eric Dolphy. Having said that, he immediately backtracks. Mann was too commercial, Dolphy too experimental. Zahler positions himself somewhere between the two. He strives to avoid the “streamlined sluggishness" of Mann and similarly has no truck with way-out, overblowing excess a ...

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Label: TCB Music
Released: 2018
Duration: 04:12

Nat King Cole Trio: Swiss Radio Days, Vol. 43 - Zurich 1950

Label: TCB Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Nothing To Fret About; Tea For Two; Body And Soul; Too Marvelous For Words; Bop Kick; Sant Louis Blues & Bluesology; In The Cool Of The Evening; Go Bongo; How High The Moon; Summertime; Embraceable You; Poor Butterfly; Little Girl; Sweet Lorraine; Route 66.

Swiss Radio Days, Vol. 43 - Zurich 1950

Label: TCB Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Nothing To Fret About; Tea For Two; Body And Soul; Too Marvelous For Words; Bop Kick; Saint Louis Blues; & Bluesology; In The Cool Of The Evening; Go Bongo; How High The Moon; Summertime; Embraceable You; Poor Butterfly; Little Girl; Sweet Lorraine; Rout 66.

Ray Charles Orchestra: Zurich 1961-Swiss Radio Days Jazz Series, Vol. 41

Label: TCB Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Happy Faces; Along Came Betty; My Baby; Sticks And Stones; Georgia On My Mind; Blue Stone; Margie; Hit The Road, Jack; The Birth Of A Band; I Remember Clifford; Come Rain Or Come Shine; Ghana; I Believe To My Soul; I've Got News For You; Misty; I Wonder; Ray Minor Ray.

Swiss Radio Days, Vol. 40 - Zurich 1959

Label: TCB Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: I Remember You; I've Told Every Little Star; It Could Happen To You; Oleo; Will You Still Be Mine?; Nica's Dream; Cool Eyes; Shirl; Ecaroh; Señor Blues.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Nat King Cole Trio: Swiss Radio Days, Vol. 43 - Zurich 1950

Read "Swiss Radio Days, Vol. 43 - Zurich 1950" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Nat King Cole means two very different things to two different segments of the music-loving populace today. To those simply plugged into popular culture he's the golden-voiced baritone crooner, debonair and delightful as can be while travelling over the airwaves. But to those steeped in jazz history he's known as a mighty and true pianist, throwing ...


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