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Jazz on the Moon

Read "Jazz on the Moon" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

On 20 July 1969, while Herbie Mann was over the figurative moon, because his Memphis Underground was the best selling jazz album in the country, the man was landing on the actual moon (apologies for the gender insensitivity here but otherwise the pun won't work...). What a day! 50 years later we celebrate the ...


The Mancini Project

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Theme From Night Visitor; Dreamsville; Something For Nash; Shot In The Dark; Lujon; Breakfast At Tiffany's; Cheryl's Theme; Mr. Yunioshi; Soldier In The Rain; The Party; A Quiet Happening; Two For The Road; Experiment In Terror; Baby Elephant Walk.


Article: Album Review

Ted Nash: The Mancini Project

Read "The Mancini Project" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il fine di The Mancini Project, come il titolo suggerisce, era quello di rendere omaggio al genio compositivo di Henry Mancini ed alle sue celeberrime colonne sonore da film, che sono per il sassofonista Ted Nash 'di casa', dal momento che sia suo padre (il trombonista Dick Nash) che suo zio (il sassofonista Ted Nash) hanno ...


Article: Album Review

Ted Nash: The Mancini Project

Read "The Mancini Project" reviewed by Douglas Payne

While Henry Mancini (1924-1994) borrowed plenty from jazz, he returned in kind by contributing a large body of fine, memorable music worthy of the melodic jazz tradition. Much of Mancini's best film music--particularly those scores from the early 1960s--sprang from the “cool jazz" of the 1950s West Coast Scene and featured some of the era's best ...


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