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Alex LoRe Quartet – More Figs And Blue Things (2016)

Alex LoRe Quartet – More Figs And Blue Things (2016)

‘More Figs And Blue Things’ is the engaging second chapter from the story of the young gifted alto saxophonist Alex LoRe.

John Raymond announces release of trio record John Raymond and Real Feels: Something Else! album teaser

John Raymond announces release of trio record John Raymond and Real Feels: Something Else! album teaser

Here’s an album teaser for John Raymond’s upcoming covers album with his exciting new trio, Real Feels.

Alex LoRe Trio – Dream House (2014)

He’s been mentored by sax masters such as Lee Konitz, George Garzone and the late, great James Moody and obtained an advanced music degree from New York’s renowned Manhattan School of Music.

Colin Stranahan, Glenn Zaleski and Rick Rosato – Limitless (2013)

A somewhat reserved recording, Limitless is the second outing for the trio of Colin Stranahan (drums), Glenn Zaleski (piano) and Rick Rosato (bass). The follow-up to 2011’s Anticipation finds the group more evolved in some sense.

Stranahan/Zaleski/Rosato – Limitless (2013)

These days, some piano trios are forward thinking (Vijay Iyer) and others are defiantly and proudly steeped in tradition (Jarrett/Peacock/DeJohnette). The trio started up by Colin Stranahan (drums), Glenn Zaleski (piano) and Rick Rosato (double bass) splits the difference between these two approaches.

Noah Preminger – Haymaker (2013)

The sharp, agreeable Haymaker will be Noah Preminger’s first album since the last one Before The Rain (2011) catapulted the tenor saxophone master to the front ranks of today’s current crop of young lions.

Maria Neckam – Unison (2012)

At times, jazz vocalist Maria Neckam’s music sounds like Joni Mitchell during her mid-70s jazz excursion but with a Annette Peacock stream-of-conscienceness flow and Bjork-like modern sensibility, delivered with pipes as pure as Suzanne Vega.

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