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Will Slater

Will Slater, a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music, is an in-demand bassist, performing regularly in New York and New England. In addition to teaching students of all levels. Will has performed with Jerry Bergonzi, George Garzone, Peter Bernstein, Anthony Wonsey, Bruce Barth, Kenny Werner, Terri Lyne Carrington, Dayna Stephens, David Schnitter, Jeb Patton, Tommy Campbell, Joe Hunt, Bob Moses, Kimberly Thompson, Mark Guiliana, Yoron Israel, Rudy Royston, Jeff Hershfield, Tim Miller, Vardan Ovsepian, Joe Magnerelli, Phil Grenadier, Rob Schniederman, Greg Hopkins, Jason Palmer, Greg Osby, Leo Genovese, Yoko Miwa, Gabriel Guerrero, and many other artists. He has performed at such venues as the Blue Note, Birdland, 55 Bar, Smalls, Minton's, Mezzrow, Cornelia Street Café, Scullers, the Regatta Bar, the Beehive, Wally’s, Jordan Hall, the Ryles Jazz Cub and the Lily Pad. He has recorded with Jerry Bergonzi, the Kim Thompson Quartet, the Phil Grenadier trio, the Yoko Miwa trio, and the Joe Delaney trio

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Songs Of Joy

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Freedom; Largo Desolato; Song Of Joy; Small Talk; The Lonely Hours; No Problem; The Rainbirds; Think Of One; Inside A Dream; Tony's Blues; Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You.

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3x3: Piano Trios: March 2021

Read "3x3: Piano Trios: March 2021" reviewed by Geno Thackara


In need of an extra ray of sunshine, or perhaps feeling good already and looking for something that'll suit? Fortunately this month's roundup (slightly belated or not) should more than have you covered. Philippe Lemm Trio First Steps Outside In Music 2021 Where it might be natural enough ...

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The Lonely Hours

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Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2021
Duration: 5:16

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Yoko Miwa Trio: Songs Of Joy

Read "Songs Of Joy" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


A steady gig must be a Godsend to any jazz musician. The chance to work on stage and on schedule can be the cornerstone to artistic development and a melding of the ensemble mind. For pianist Yoko Miwa, that steady job was, for a decade and a half, at Les Zygomates Wine Bar and Bistro in ...

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Anishana: Corners of the Sky

Read "Corners of the Sky" reviewed by Jack Bowers


What a pleasant surprise. When a group named Anishana records an album built around Native American themes and concepts, the inclination is to withhold judgment while preparing for the worst. Yes, Anishana is an Algonquin-derived term meaning “where do you come from?" And yes, Anishana loosely bases the music in Corners of the Sky on Native ...

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Blackfoot Blueprint, Greg Snedeker

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Label: Riverview Productions
Released: 2019
Duration: 5:53

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Keep Talkin'

Label: Ocean Blue Tear Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Keep Talkin'; In Walked Bud; Secret Rendezvous; Sunset Lane; Boogie Stop Shuffle; Golden Slumbers/You Never Give Me Your Money; Tone Portrait; Casa Pre-Fabricada; Conversations; If You're Blue; Sunshine Follows the Rain.

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Corners of the Sky

Label: Riverview Productions
Released: 2019
Track listing: Bear Raven Dance, Fluttering, Blackfoot Blueprint, Peyote Blues, Name of Band, Choh-Kon, Living Instruments, Arapaho Ghost Dance, Shizhane Meditation, Sun Circle

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Article: Album Review

Yoko Miwa Trio: Keep Talkin'

Read "Keep Talkin'" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Pianist Yoko Miwa was born in Japan, but she has set up shop in Boston, where she teaches at Berklee College of Music. She has also—beginning in 2003 with Fadeless Flower (Polystar Records)—previously released seven CDs. The superb Keep Talkin' brings that number of recorded offerings from Miwa to eight. The music of Keep ...


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