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Village Life

Label: Gateway Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: For the Duration; Relaxin at Digevej; Eleseus; August Dance; The Deep Days; Unrequited Love; Blue Arara.

can't believe, won't believe

Label: Village Life
Released: 2018
Track listing: Can’t Believe, Won’t Believe; Mateja Sleeps; Saippuakauppias; Amber; Lights Of The North Circular; Something Like…; Some Other Time; Epilogue - For Pete.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Klaus Nørgaard: Village Life

Read "Village Life" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Some albums seem to capture a season perfectly. Jazz bassist Klaus Nørgaard, a mainstay of the Danish scene, has done this with Village Life, an album that brims with autumnal delight. The track “August Dance" is the equivalent of watching many-colored leaves dance in the wind. Drummer RJ Miller makes a light beat like castanets. He ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Henry Lowther: can't believe, won't believe

Read "can't believe, won't believe" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

If any jazz ensemble can be said to define the word “prolific" it's not Henry Lowther's Still Waters. The band's debut album, ID, appeared in 1997. can't believe, won't believe is its second release, just 21 years later. Good things, as they say, come to those that wait. Bandleader, composer and trumpeter Lowther has ...

Starry Starry Night

Label: Village Life
Released: 2009
Track listing: Mood Indigo; Shadow Of Your Smile; Dear Someone; Maple Leaf Rag; Vincent (Starry Starry Night); Poor Butterfly; Whispering; So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright; Embraceable You; Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans; Paris.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paul Clarvis / Liam Noble: Starry Starry Night

Read "Starry Starry Night" reviewed by Chris May

A charming little beauty, Starry Starry Night is a collection of cover versions of mainly familiar material by drummer Paul Clarvis and pianist Liam Noble, two characterful lights of the British jazz scene. The tunes range from classic standards like Duke Ellington's “Mood Indigo," the Gershwins' “Embraceable You" and Scott Joplin's “Maple Leaf Rag," through to ...

Birthdays, Birthdays

Label: Village Life
Released: 2000
Track listing: Snow; Little Dog; Newness; The Thrill Is Gone; Doriana; Keshav; Midnight; Piccolo; Toys; Seeing M; Birthdays, Birthdays (64:08).

4 In Perspective

Label: Village Life
Released: 2000

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Stan Sulzmann Big Band: Birthdays, Birthdays

Read "Birthdays, Birthdays" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Stan Sulzmann, best known to Jazz fans in Great Britain as a resourceful post–bop saxophonist with a readily identifiable sound, proves on this provocative big–band debut album (inspired by Stan’s 50th birthday party) that he is a composer / arranger whose insights and originality are well above the norm. Every selection on Birthdays, Birthdays was arranged ...

Village Life

Label: Sine Qua Non
Released: 1985


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