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Kalamazoo

Label: Troubadour Jass
Released: 2017
Track listing: Tin Roof Blues; Autumn Leaves; My Funny Valentine; Sesame Street Theme; If I Were A Bell; The Secret Love Affair; It Don't Mean A Thing; Introducing The Blues; Blue Kalamazoo; Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans?.

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Sesame Street Theme

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Label: Troubadour Jass
Released: 2017
Duration: 6:26

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If I Were a Bell

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Label: Troubadour Jass
Released: 2017
Duration: 6:23

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Delfeayo Marsalis: Kalamazoo

Read "Kalamazoo" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

How is it that we haven't been gifted a live album from trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis before? He's been such an important part of the fabric of this music, whether producing works of lasting significance for other jazz greats in the studio, sharing space with his famous family, or leading his Uptown Orchestra through a rousing set ...

Sweet Thunder

Label: Troubadour Jass
Released: 2011
Track listing: Such Sweet Thunder; Sonnet for Sister Kate; Sonnet to Hank Cinq; Half the Fun; Up & Down, Up & Down; Madness in Great Ones; Star-Crossed Lovers; Sonnet in Search of A Moor; The Telecasters; Sonnet for Caesar; Lady Mac; Circle of Fourths.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Delfeayo Marsalis: Sweet Thunder

Read "Sweet Thunder" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

"Un così dolce tuono," così Shakespeare descrive le parole di Otello per conquistare la bella Desdemona e così Duke Ellington volle intitolare la nuova suite (1957) dedicata ai personaggi del Bardo. “Such Sweet Thunder," realizzato in stretta collaborazione con Billy Strayhorn, è uno dei suoi lavori più belli e rientra fra i risultati più preziosi del ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Delfeayo Marsalis: Sweet Thunder

Read "Sweet Thunder" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

Was Delfeayo Marsalis undertaking a task too challenging when he recorded music from one of Duke Ellington's most beloved albums to make Sweet Thunder? Gunther Schuller offers a doctrine that seems to suggest this has been so. Apparently the size and composition of the ensemble lead to this mishap. Would it have been remiss, to replicate ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Delfeayo Marsalis: Sweet Thunder

Read "Sweet Thunder" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Acclaimed trombonist and member of the first family of jazz, Delfeayo Marsalis launches Sweet Thunder: Duke & Shak, an original theatrical jazz production culled from live performances in thirty-six locations across the country. The play was born from Marsalis' affinity for the music of Duke Ellington and the poetry of Shakespeare: first brought to the musical ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Delfeayo Marsalis: Minions Dominion

Read "Minions Dominion" reviewed by Joel Roberts

Delfeayo Marsalis, one of the less famous members of the most famous family in jazz today, has made his name mostly behind the scenes as a Grammy-winning producer of more than 75 albums for, among others, older brothers Wynton and Branford, Harry Connick, Jr., Marcus Roberts, and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra. But he is also ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Delfeayo Marsalis: Minions Dominion

Read "Delfeayo Marsalis: Minions Dominion" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Delfeayo Marsalis Minions Dominion Troubador Jass 2006 What does the term “mainstream" mean to you? In jazz, the label is applied to music which has time-tested, codified rhythm and structure. After that, it can get more mainstream if the melody and harmony are easily understood. This is not ...


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