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    Joe Lovano / Us Five - Bird Songs


    Bird Songs—an exploration of the Charlie Parker songbook—is a mere retread. Lovano’s 22nd album for Blue Note Records (the release of which will mark his 20th year on the label) breaks the mold of Bird tribute records. Bird Songs is a thrillingly adventurous, thoroughly modern, and uniquely personal look at one of the most influential figures in jazz history by one of the most important voices in the music today. Us Five turned out to be the perfect vehicle for his exploration.

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    The Good Life: Monty Alexander Plays the Songs of Tony Bennett

    Image"The Good Life" is the beautiful result of Monty Alexander's original take on classic pieces from Tony Bennett's extensive catalogue. It's Monty's infectious, rhythmic style containing a formidable technique that serves him unerringly without drawing undue attention away from the joyous, soulful, reverent and songful improvisations that spring from head and heart-informed fingers.

    Wynton Marsalis' Christmas Jazz Jam

    Wynton Marsalis' Christmas Jazz JamChristmas Jazz Jam brings the American art of jazz improvisation to traditional songs loved worldwide and provides an opportunity to discover and enjoy modern jazz. Rooted in the spirit of New Orleans and the gospel church, these new arrangements of holiday standards are overflowing with down-home soul and joyous swing.

    John MacLeod & His Rex Hotel Orchestra - Our First Set

    John Macleod

    Introducing John MacLeod and his Rex Hotel Orchestra. Trumpeter / composer / arranger John MacLeod has had a 30 year distinguished career in the Canadian music scene. In 2003, MacLeod formed his own large jazz ensemble, the 20-piece John MacLeod and the Rex Hotel, and now in 2010 they released their debut CD 'Our First Set'.

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    John Lamb - Conversations: North of the Border

    John Lamb - Conversations: North of the Border
    John Lamb - Conversations: North of the Border

    "Jazz is a conversation Here we have five musicians one May day in Toronto having conversations with each other. This recording was done with no rehearsal and only a few charts. What you're hearing is mostly the first or second takes. This a rarity to hear 'live' undoctored music these days. And what a treat it is to hear bassist John Lamb in conversation with his Canadian friends north of the border." - from liner notes by Tim Elliott


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