Results for "Tony Kadleck"
by R.J. DeLuke
Dena DeRose has established a reputation as one of the finest jazz singers todaythough never exclusively that. As others have doneShirley Horn, a predecessor, or Karrin Allyson, a contemporary, among othersDeRose, in addition to her alluring voice, is a highly accomplished pianist who accompanies herself. Often that's in a trio setting, but she easily extends it ...
by Dan Bilawsky
We stand today at an intersection between two realities. On one side there's digital darknessan underbelly of networked netherworlds, profiteers building fortunes on the collective back of musicians, sinister forces posing as corporate protagonistsand on the other, pure light given over through nature's gifts, a kindness and humanity that grace daily existence, and the beauty and ...
By Mike Holober
Label: Zoho Music
Track listing: CD 1: Jumble; Flow: Movement 1: Tear of the Clouds; Movement 2: Opalescence; Movement 3: Interlude; Movement 4: Harlem. CD 2: Hiding Out: Movement 1: Prelude; Movement 2: Compelled; Movement 3: Four Haiku; Movement 4: Interlude; Movement 5: It Was Just the Wind; Caminhos Cruzados; Caminhos Cruzados (Radio Edit).
by Karl Ackermann
Mike Holober's background as a classical pianist and conductor is just one thing that sets Hiding Out apart from the current crop of big band releases. Holober has worked in a variety of settings from solo, duo, and quintet to large ensembles. Two previous recordings with his Gotham Jazz Orchestra were the critically acclaimed Thought Trains ...
by Ken Dryden
Ted Rosenthal is one of the most renowned pianists of his generation. He won first prize at the second Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Competition and has been awarded several NEA grants as a composer. Well known as the pianist in Gerry Mulligan's final quartet, Rosenthal has recorded or performed with many other artists, including Bob ...
by Neri Pollastri
Esordio discografico per il ventinovenne newyorchese Christopher Zuar, nato trombettista ma ormai dedito alla composizione e all'arrangiamento, che infatti pratica in questo lavoro che lo vede alla direzione di un'orchestra di diciassette elementi, che arrivano a diciannove in alcune tracce con l'ingresso di percussioni e voce. Il lavoro è tutto sommato convenzionale, tipico di ...
By Tony Kadleck
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Green Tea; Creepin’; African Skies; What’s Going On; Wabash; How Do You Keep the Music Playing?; Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing; One Hand, One Heart; Look to the Sky; I’m Getting Sentimental Over You.
by Dr. Judith Schlesinger
One of the best and most unique things about All About Jazz is that discovering wonderful music is not limited to the narrow window around someone's release date. Whenever you stumble on something especially delicious, you can share your sentiments about it--and even if another reviewer has gotten there first. The route by which ...