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Tim Luntzel

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Tim Luntzel was born and raised in Palo Alto, California where at the age of 11 he began playing the bass guitar. In high school, repeated and involuntary exposure to the music of Count Basie and Duke Ellington eventually led to a fledgeling enthusiasm for jazz, manifesting itself in scholarships to the Monterey Jazz Camp, the coveted Louis Armstrong Award, a tour of Europe and enrollment at the Berklee College of Music. In 1994, while still at Berklee, Tim undertook the study of the double-bass, garnering further scholarship dough for his seeming ease in handling this very difficult transition. In the years following graduation ('94-'98) Tim went on to lead the popular and critically acclaimed Venus Band and play a pivotal role in the founding of the forward-looking hip-hop band Red Time, at the same time freelancing for such artists as George Garzone, Frank Tiberi and Danillo Perez

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Michael Blake: Red Hook Soul

Read "Red Hook Soul" reviewed by Maurizio Comandini


Il saxofonista canadese Michael Blake è ormai newyorkese fino in fondo all'anima ma se date retta ai profumi che si spargono nell'aria ascoltando questo ottimo Red Hook Soul si direbbe che, quando serve, almeno una parte della sua anima si trasferisca magicamente nelle vie di New Orleans, a caccia di quel groove solido, viscerale e fantasioso ...

Album

Don't Cry for No Hipster

Label: Nardis
Released: 2014
Track listing: Back Nine; Brand New Music; Don't Cry for No Hipster; At Least We Got to the Race; Can We Talk; In the Beginning; It Don't Get No Better; Dying Anyway; Private Guy; Reflections; Take a Little Hit; Sixteen Tons; Rich Interior Life; Hooglin'.

Album

Who Burnt The Bacon?

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2006


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