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Under the Moon, a jazz piano trio, featuring vocalist Lili Layton and embellished by sax and trumpet is comprised of some of the finest musicians in the San Francisco Bay Area, including Jimmy Layton (piano, organ, elec piano), Jay Goetting (bass), Todd Sorensen (drums), Harvey Wainapel (tenor sax), Lincoln Adler (tenor and soprano sax), Erik Jekabson (trumpet, flugelhorn), Chuck MacKinnon (trumpet, flugelhorn), Jeff Leighton (harmonica)

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Under The Moon

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2014

Album

Under The Moon

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Oyster Trails; Somewhere; Aurora 5am; Spiderton; O Do Not Love Too Long; Reflections On The Spiral; Living In The Fast Lane; Intro (For Fathers); For Tom And Everything; Try To Turn Back; Valediction.

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Blue-Eyed Hawk: Under the Moon

Read "Under the Moon" reviewed by Roger Farbey


"Oyster Trails" opens this fascinating potpourri of new talent with Lauren Kinsella's ethereal vocals at times eerily channelling the late Sandy Denny. The darker “Somewhere" is an acid-tripped version of the Arlen and Harburg classic “Over the Rainbow" and is frenetic and astoundingly effective with Laura Jurd's scintillating trumpet to the fore. A dawn chorus appropriately ...

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Blue-Eyed Hawk: Under The Moon

Read "Under The Moon" reviewed by Ian Patterson


London-based quartet Blue-Eyed Hawk's debut recording has benefited from three years of gigging and the slow stewing of ideas. Collectively, singer Lauren Kinsella, trumpeter Laura Jurd, guitarist Alex Roth and drummer Corrie Dick sounds like the finished article, which whets the appetite for future chapters. With writing duties spread evenly, the quartet soars over wide stylistic ...

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Blue-Eyed Hawk: Under The Moon

Read "Under The Moon" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Blue-Eyed Hawk is an exciting new band from the UK, debuting its original songs on Under The Moon. The album title is taken from the poem by W B Yeats: the band's name also comes from that poem. Such choices suggest a literate quartet, a suggestion supported by the intelligent, thoughtful, lyrics and music to be ...

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Moonlight

Label: Jazzapple Records
Released: 2010

Album

Under The Moon

Label: A440 Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: Stardust; I

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Barbara Sfraga: Under The Moon

Read "Under The Moon" reviewed by Jim Santella


Her teachers early on included Mark Murphy, Sheila Jordan, Sal Mosca, Janet Lawson, and Jay Clayton. No wonder she’s so unique. Barbara Sfraga is relatively new on the scene. The vocalist began leading her own band in 1990. Under The Moon is her second album. She proved on What A Thrill (Naxos) that her ...

Album

Under The Moon

Label: A440 Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Stardust 2. I've Grown Accustomed To His Face 3. Mood Indigo 4. You've Changed 5. It Might As Well Be Spring 6. Under The Moon and Over The Sky 7. Sophisticated Lady 8. Prelude To A Kiss 9. Never Walk Away 10. Every Grain of Sand


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