Joanie Pallatto | Accidental Melody (May 2023)

1.Surrender 2.Accidental Melody 3.Apart 4.You Think You Know 5.A Shooting Star 6.The Melody Of You 7.Don’t Ever Look For Love 8.The Cuckoo Clock 9.In The Middle Of Life 10.Sound 11.Lafayette 12.Keeping Track Of Time 13.The Lost Year Joanie Pallatto – vocals Fareed Haque – classical guitar (1-5,7,9,12,13), electric guitar, (1,3,4,7-9,11-13), acoustic guitar (1,7) John Christensen … Read more

Trezz | Venga que sí

1.Venga Que Sí 2.Argentina 3.Ballad For Me 4.Luz (intro) 5.Luz 6.Laguntasuna 7.Argitasun 8.On The Way Luismi Segurado – piano Dario Guibert – double bass Mikel Urretagoiena – drums Trezz (Tres + Jazz) is an acoustic jazz group that emerged in 2010 in San Sebastián, at the Higher Music Center of the Basque Country (Musikene). According … Read more

Claudio Scolari Project | Intermission (March 2023)

1.Cannoli on Board 2.Croque Monsieur 3.Ice Glitter 4.Don’t Look Back 5.Intermission 6.What How 7.Seven Four 8.Damn Funk 9.Rainbow Mirror 10.Hidden in The Sand 11.Come With Me 12.Come With Me (part 2) 13.Pullulation. Musicians:Claudio Scolari – drum set 1, synthesizer programming Daniele Cavalca – drums set 2, synthesizers, Rhodes, piano Simone Scolari – trumpet Michele Cavalca … Read more

Mark Ortwein | It Was Time (February 202)

1.It Was Time 2.Peppermint Grande con Queso Mas 3.I Can’t Make You Love Me 4.After You’ve Gone 5.Basso Bossa 6.No More Butterflies 7.Lonnie’s Lament 8.Lunar Love 9.I Might Be Happy 10.Schizoid 11.Bigfoot Mark Ortwein – saxo tenor (1,4,7,9,11), saxo alto (3,5,8), saxo soprano (10), saxo barítono (2,6,11), fagot (3,9,10), fagot electrificado (2,7,11), clarinete (3,10),clarinete bajo … Read more

Strands | Strands (May 2023)

Modern, polished, and delicate, this self-titled album builds faith in the creative vision of the younger generation. Drawing on the jazz traditions that precede it – but having its own twist – the album features 8 pieces that act as a conversation between band members and the audience. “Strands” is composed of Benjamin Phipps (double bass), Alistair Johnson (saxophone), Deven Rahman (trumpet), … Read more

SPEL | SPEL (May 2023)

Vocalist Louisa Rankin and Clarinetist Jason Noble have joined forces to create a supremely human listening experience.  As noted by the duo ‘spel’ is a real word that means ‘a play, a game; to exercise oneself in diversion, an amusement or recreation’ which intentionally captures the catalyst and soul of the partnership.  Set amidst a … Read more