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Trio

Label: Le Coq Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Conception; Laura; Ana Maria; The One Step; 7 Steps to Heaven; Good Morning Heartache; My Shining Hour; We See; Just in Time.

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Patitucci, Colaiuta, Cunliffe: Trio

Read "Trio" reviewed by Jim Worsley


Pianist Bill Cunliffe was asked if he would be interested in doing a trio record with rhythm section legends {John Patitucci and Vinnie Colaiuta. Naturally he said yes, both immediately and excitedly. “Right now" was the answer when he asked when. Patitucci and Colaiuta were already set-up in a studio at Le Coq Records, and Cunliffe ...

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Dennis Mitcheltree

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Dennis Mitcheltree is back on the jazz scene. Instead of NYC, the scene is in Los Angeles. Moving from NYC to LA in 2007 to raise his children, Mitcheltree’s 5th recording as a leader, Nevermind The Circus, his first since 2006, has just been released. “I wanted to put the focus on raising my children. My goal in life is to bring as much beauty into the world as I can. Focusing on the kids, and the beauty that they could add to the world would be the biggest contribution I could make. Now that they’re getting older and don’t need my input as much, I'm being given the opportunity to focus on myself a bit again

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Mike Jones

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Specifically, Mike Jones performs music from what’s become known as the Great American Songbook for more people each year than any jazz pianist in the world. Really. This is because, as music director for the enduringly popular Penn & Teller Show in Las Vegas and other venues across the globe, he plays these classic standards in the “warm-up” hour – and during and between the onstage magic – for the millions of visitors who attend the show. In a career spanning four decades, Jones has wowed audiences with his virtuoso skills and stylistic flair – nowhere to greater acclaim than at the sold-out houses in New York that marked Penn and Teller’s 2015 six-week return to Broadway. In general? Mike Jones plays the piano as if had more than 88 notes and as if each of his fingers were Usain Bolt. How He Does It Mike Jones is a thoroughly modern throwback to what used to be called the “two-handed pianist,” which is not as obvious as it sounds

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Rotem Sivan

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Benjamin Thiebault Trio

Born in Montpellier, pianist Benjamin Thiébault played on the stage of renowned jazz clubs (Duc des Lombards in Paris, Bimhuis in Amsterdam, Hot Clube de Portugal in Lisbon) and participated in several recordings and international tours. He now devotes his time to his various projects, including the trio for which he composes.

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Matt Richards

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Born and raised in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, guitarist Matt Richards grew up in the culturally fertile cross-currents of the late 1960s. His musical pathway opens in the mix of folk, rock and psychedelic music that defined that decade and eventually guides him into the hyperactive jazz-fusion of the 1970s. Initially a self-taught player, Matt began earnestly developing the technically advanced musical abilities necessary to be part of that highly-energized genre. As his musicianship developed, he discovered straight-ahead jazz and classical music and began incorporating the acoustic guitar in various projects

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B/Y Organism

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At 20 years old, Daniel Bulatkin is already one of the leading voices of young jazz in the Czech Republic. Despite his age he actively collaborates with world-famous players such as Ulf Wakenius, Justin Faulkner, Tineke Postma and Gergo Borlai. Kirill Yakovlev is a skilled crossover guitarist and composer well-known from his previous project CIRILIC, but also from many projects where he performs as sideman. This duo cooperates with highly in-demand European drummers such as Utsi Zimring or Petr Nohavica. Balancing between piano and organ; guitar, duduk and balalaika; drums, exotic percussion and electronics; Organism seeks to create unforgettable music textures and powerful rhythms

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Confusion Project

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