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Tim Coffman

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The Gennett Suite

Label: Patrois Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Disc 1: Movement 1--Royal Blue: Introduction; Tin Roof Blues, Part 1; Tim Roof Blues, Part 2; Chimes Blues; Dippermouth Blues. Movement 2--Blues Faux Bix: Davenport Blues; The Jazz Me Blues; Interlude; Wolverine Blues. Disc 2: Movement 3: Hoagland--Stardust; Riverboat Shuffle, Part 1; Riverboat Shuffle, Part 2. Movement 4--Mr. Jelly Lord: King Porter Stomp; Grandpa's Spells.

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Dippermouth Blues

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Label: Patrois Records
Released: 2023
Duration: 6:15

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Lucky to Be Me

Label: Paul Langford Music
Released: 2022
Track listing: Cry Me a River; Beautiful Love; The Way You Look Tonight; Here's to Life; Chega de Saudade; Lucky to Be Me; Estate; A Kiss to Build a Dream On; Embraceable You; I Wanna Be Around.

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Leah Crane: Lucky to Be Me

Read "Lucky to Be Me" reviewed by Jane Kozhevnikova


Hailing from Indianapolis and based in Chicago, versatile singer Leah Crane released Lucky to Be Me in 2022 after working on it since 2019. Joining her on the album is Paul Langford, a Chicago-based singer, arranger, keyboardist, producer and conductor. The album also features Rob Dixon on saxophone, Daniel Duarte on guitar, Shawn Sommer on bass ...

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New Standard Jazz Orchestra: Waltz About Nothing

Read "Waltz About Nothing" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Since trumpeter Rob Parton's superlative JazzTech Big Band left the scene more than a decade ago, Chicagoans have been left to wonder when, or even if, another ensemble of that caliber would arrive to fill the void left by its departure. In 2020, their hopes were realized with the formation of the New Standard Jazz Orchestra, ...

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New Standard Jazz Orchestra: Waltz About Nothing

Read "Waltz About Nothing" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Any orchestra that professes to establish a new standard had better be able to back that up. Happily for the listener, on its debut recording, Waltz About Nothing, Chicago's New Standard Jazz Orchestra can--and does. In a little more than two years, the NSJO has arisen as a worthy successor to one of the more exemplary ...

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Tom Matta Big Band: Standards

Read "Standards" reviewed by Jack Bowers


What's in a name? After all, a big-band jazz album by any other name would sound the same. On the other hand, it should be pointed out that as the versatile Tom Matta has chosen the name Standards to define his second album as leader of the Chicago-based Tom Matta Big Band, only three of the ...

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Luke Malewicz: Green Ruins

Read "Green Ruins" reviewed by Ben Scholz


Within the creative music world at large, trombone-led projects tend to occupy a niche within a niche. By far the least common among the three typical “jazz" horn types, 'bone players are forced to contend with a mid to low range instrument that does not tune easily and is usually cast in a supporting role within ...

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Bob Lark and His Alumni Big Band: Sweet Return

Read "Sweet Return" reviewed by Jack Bowers


As was the case two years ago (2012) with its first album, Reunion, trumpeter Bob Lark's Alumni Big Band on Sweet Return is comprised of musicians he has supervised in various groups during a long and eminent career that embodies more than twenty years as director of Jazz Studies at DePaul University in Chicago. Even so, ...


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