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Volume II: To Call Her to a Higher Plan

Label: Biophilia Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Prelude & Fanfare: the Patriot; Burn; Throughout; I Can See My Country from Here (Free Labor, Free Land, Free Men / Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité / Ethos, Pathos, Logos / Epilogue); I Remember; To Call Her to a Higher Plain (On the Technicians of Power / First Cadenza / On the Acceptance of Things That We Can Not Change / Second Cadenza / On the Changing of Things That We Can Not Accept); The (desc/diss)ent; Lux Aurumque.

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John Yao: In The Now

Read "In The Now" reviewed by Franz A. Matzner

Trombonist John Yao's debut as a leader In the Now successfully fuses contemporary flavors and more traditional jazz idioms to produce a solid, hip collection of tunes bounding with vitality and fun.A protégé of Luis Bonilla, Yao reflects that trombonist's thoughtful compositional style, crafting an album of intelligently constructed pieces that give his powerful ...

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John Yao Quintet: In The Now

Read "In The Now" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Freedom and streamlined focus don't often get along on jazz recordings, but when they do, it can make for an inspired outing. Trombonist John Yao managed to merge these divergent pathways into a single direction on his debut album, creating a flavorful feast for the senses. Yao's music is teeming with danger and uncertainty, yet it ...

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Justin Janer: Following Signs

Read "Following Signs" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

While people might want to pigeonhole alto saxophonist Justin Janer as a Latin jazz player, Following Signs paints him as a musician and composer with a broad outlook that goes past generic stylistic markers. Janer occupied the lead alto chair when percussionist Bobby Sanabria delivered the goods with the Manhattan School of Music's Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra ...

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Take Five With Bob Albanese

Read "Take Five With Bob Albanese" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Bob Albanese: Bob Albanese was born in Newark, N.J. in 1957. Growing up and the Jersey shore, he began practicing the piano at age 8. At age 15, he won top honors in the Garden State Talent Expo which culminated in a solo performance at the Garden State Arts Center in Holmdel, N.J. This was ...


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