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Natural Gifts

Label: Reid Hoyson Productions
Released: 2020
Track listing: Bottom Without a Top, Dinner at the Borgia's, Indigo, Do Nothing 'Til You Hear from Me, The Chalice, Natural Gifts, Tokens, Romance of Death, Not What Walt Would Have Wanted, You don't Know What Love Is, Ruby, My Dear.

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Pittsburgh Celebrates the Guitar with "Four on Six" at Alphabet City

Read "Pittsburgh Celebrates the Guitar with "Four on Six" at Alphabet City" reviewed by Mackenzie Horne

For countless bluesmen, rockers, and bossa players, the guitar is the path to jazz; that trail was blazed as early as the 1920s by practitioners such as Eddie Durham, Eddie Lang, Django Reinhardt, and Charlie Christian. For Pittsburgh guitarist Mark Strickland, it was Kenny Burrell's Midnight Blue (Blue Note, 1963) that first sparked his interest in ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Boilermaker Jazz Band: I Love the Rhythm in a Riff

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Reedman Paul Cosentino knows his audience and has made a living bringing joy to thousands in the global swing and blues dancing community. As leader of the Boilermaker Jazz Band, Cosentino performs with a brand of old-fashioned showmanship as sincere as it is charming. The band put down traditional roots in the '80s, and has since ...

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Tony DePaolis: The Contemporary Dynamic

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Take everything you know about what a debut record should and should not be. Now promptly throw those ideas into oncoming traffic and don't look back. Young Pittsburgh bassist Tony DePaolis has redefined the boundaries of the all-important debut record with The Contemporary Dynamic. It's a concept album. It's a double album. ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

The Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra at Greer Cabaret Theater

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Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra Greer Cabaret Theater The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's International Festival of Firsts Pittsburgh, PA November 6, 2018 The Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra (PJO) rounded out the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's International Festival of Firsts with their concert, titled “Liberation" in tribute to the prolific African American writer, philosopher, and advocate ...

Perchance To Dream

Label: MCG Jazz
Released: 2015
Track listing: Change Partners; Poor Girl; Close Enough For Love; Pure Imagination; When I Close My Eyes; How Am I To Know; Save Your Love For Me; You Better Love Me; Sharing The Night With The Blues; Here's To Life.

The Contemporary Dynamic

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2009
Track listing: DISC ONE: The Contemporary Dynamic; Tonald The Destroyer; Bahia De Todas As Contas (Instrumental); Blue Skies; Willow Tree; That Which Is Coming; Proletarian Chicks in Bondage; Whims of James; Legacy. Talkin’ In My Ear Now; Caruso’s Favorite Bars In Rome; East Side of Heaven; Sphinx Riddle; Ponder’s X-Mas Rap; Silent Night. DISC TWO: Bahia De Todas As Contas (Vocal); Not Lucid (Zele); Tell Me Where You Goin’; Cowell Resonance; Folkprance; God Bless The Child; Music Always; Waiting For An Answer; What You Feel (Willow Tree Reprise); The Curse, Of Course; The Ruins; Lucky To Be Me


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