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Paquito D'Rivera Plays The Music Of Armando Manzanero. Great woodwind master Paquito D'Rivera illuminates the incredible work of Manzanero in Paquito's favored idion, Latin jazz. Along with his fantastic ensemble, featuring members like trumpeter Diego Urcola, drummer Antonio Sanchez and Manzanero himself, on vocals. D'Rivera shows why Manzanero has been celebrated across the globe.
Fiona Boyes has carved out an international reputation as a blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter. Equally at home on acoustic or electric guitars, her mostly original repertoire is like a blues travelogue. Hear pre-war Delta slide, single chord Mississippi hills grooves, and intricate country blues finger picking.
A compilation album that shines a light on the past and present of one of America's great jazz cities with performances from Donald Byrd, Joe Henderson, Elvin Jones, James Carter, Marcus Belgrave, and more.
Representing a grand creative leap for the bassist composer whose new album showcases his texturally rich compositions for the dynamic eighteen piece big band. Channeling sounds from the classic to the modern, he also composed forindividual soloists in the Ellingtonian tradition.
Brothers Brown is one of the most soulful, organic projects to hit the music scene combining blues, jazz, Americana and rock and roll. Two-time Grammy Winner Guitarist/Producer Paul Brown, Grammy Winner Keyboardist Brother Paul Brown, Bassist David Santos and Drummer Pete Young, bring together an amazing blend of timeless, eclectic songs that will no doubt become some of your all time favorites.
The debut album of a bond founded by esteemed saxophonist and composer Charles Lloyd. The album presents ten tracks that include guest artist, Nora Jones and Willie Nelson.
Avishai Cohen delivers a program filled with expansive, impressionistic, and haunting compositions. His tender muted trumpet sets the emotional tone of the music while a gifted cast of musicians explore its implications.
The performances on this album are clearly on another level to those of Kent's earlier standards albums. There is a natural ease and confidence in the minimalist approach that she has honed over the years. Not a single extraneous note or gesture disturbs her daringly exposed performances.