That Jazz On-Demand October 2017

By | October 8, 2017

That Jazz - Christian McBride Big Band

New That Jazz songs added to the Sun Music playlist.  These songs are available to purchase from iTunes.com and Amazon.com.

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That Jazz "Buy What You Hear" October 2017

ArtistTitleAlbumPurchase
Blue Note All-StarsMessage of HopeOur Point Of View
Bruce HarrisDo U Lie?Beginnings
Cécile McLorin SalvantYou've Got To Give Me SomeDreams And Daggers
Christian McBride Big BandThermoBringin' It
Collective OrderLaniakeevol. 2
Cyrus ChestnutThe Littlest One Of AllThere's A Sweet, Sweet Spirit
Dave StrykerPassion FlowerStrykin' Ahead
Dee Dee BridgewaterWhy (Am I Treated So Bad)Memphis ...Yes, I'm Ready
Gerald CannonGary's TuneCombinations
Jazzmeia HornI'm Going DownA Social Call
Katie ThirouxWillow Weep For MeOff Beat
Laszlo GardonySerious PlaySerious Play
Leon RussellOn a Distant ShoreOn a Distant Shore
Negroni's TrioThat's The Way Of The WorldNew Era
Nestor TorresCuteJazz Flute Traditions
Russell MaloneLittle B's PoemTime For The Dancers
Steps AheadTrainsSteppin' Out
Tom HarrellGee, A. BeeMoving Picture
Verve Jazz EnsembleYou Stepped Out Of A DreamSwing-A-Nova
Wynton Marsalis & Lincoln Center Jazz OrchestraHymn To FreedomHandful Of Keys

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    For all his 60-plus years of work with ensembles large and small, it’s Martial Solal’s solo performances that remain his most consistently interesting. France’s premier jazz pianist has a gift for abstraction that flourishes when he can reshape time and melody solely at his own whim. Witness My One and ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2018-07-17
  • Shamie Royston: Beautiful Liar (Sunnyside)
    Pianist Shamie Royston, on her sophomore leader project, is fond of making bold statements, and she encourages her accompanists to do the same—Beautiful Liar is packed with numerous standout moments. Yet it’s anything but a cutting contest. Even as a given participant is blowing hard, there’s never a sense that ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2018-07-17
  • Unearthed Shaw and Gordon Albums Reveal New Layers of Genius
    Trumpeter Woody Shaw and saxophonist Dexter Gordon may have belonged to separate chapters in jazz history — Gordon was an icon of the ’50s and early ’60s, while Shaw hit his stride during the ’70s and ’80s — but what the two musicians shared was the role of game-changer. Dexter ... read more
    Source: JazzizPublished on 2018-07-17
  • Sarah McKenzie’s “Paris of the West” Suite to Cap San Francisco Concert Series
    The Lesher Center for the Arts — located in the historic downtown section of Walnut Creek, California — has been presenting leading-edge programming within all arts disciplines, including the American jazz tradition, for almost three decades. This year’s Jazz at the Lesher Center 2018 Concert Series, presented by the Diablo ... read more
    Source: JazzizPublished on 2018-07-17
  • Sarah McKenzie’s “Paris of the West” Suite to Cap Lesher Center Concert Series
    The Lesher Center for the Arts — located in the historic downtown section of Walnut Creek, California — has been presenting leading-edge programming within all arts disciplines, including the American jazz tradition, for almost three decades. This year’s Jazz at the Lesher Center 2018 Concert Series, presented by the Diablo ... read more
    Source: JazzizPublished on 2018-07-17
  • Owen Broder – “Goin’ Up Home”
    Owen Broder, “Goin’ Up Home,” from Heritage Owen Broder is the saxophonist and composer at the helm of the American Roots Project, a newly formed 15-piece ensemble featuring some of the brightest and most forward-looking young minds on the New York jazz scene. The group has a stunning debut on its ... read more
    Source: JazzizPublished on 2018-07-17
  • Mary Halvorson: Reinventing the Identity of the Jazz Guitarist
    On a recent evening at Jazz Standard in Manhattan, Mary Halvorson was hunched over her large hollowbody guitar, unleashing some alien sounds. Though her instrument—a Guild Artist Award—sat imposingly in her lap, she wielded it like a toy, strumming with spasmodic energy, plucking jagged phrases, and using pedal effects to ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2018-07-17
  • RECORDING: Paul Simon to Release New Album – In the Blue Light – On September 7 Coinciding with Final Leg of Homeward Bound – The Farewell Tour
    'This album consists of songs that I thought were almost right, or were odd enough to be overlooked the first time around. Re-doing arrangements, harmonic structures, and lyrics that didn't make their meaning clear, gave me time to clarify in my own head what I wanted to say, or realize ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-07-17
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    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-07-17
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    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-07-17
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    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-07-17
  • Joey Alexander: Eclipse (Motéma)
    Is it safe now, four albums into pianist Joey Alexander’s career, to say that this kid—OK, teenager (barely)—is the real thing? Still a mere 14 when these 11 tracks were recorded, he evinces a deftness of touch, wit and, most important, emotional depth that would seem well beyond his years. ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2018-07-16
  • Cyrille Aimée: Cyrille Aimée Live (Mack Avenue)
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    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2018-07-16
  • Avoiding Audio Mistakes
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    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2018-07-16
  • Michel Camilo – “Island Beat”
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    Source: JazzizPublished on 2018-07-16