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Listen to Sharon Bercutt Sharon Bercutt - "The Music Of Sharon Bercutt"
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Some Total
Subtle Matter
Another Illusion
Untitled Number 7

West Coast Composer Sharon Bercutt debuts a program of her original compositions arranged and conducted by the late Pianist Kent Glenn on “The Music Of Sharon Bercutt” .

The all original set features Kent Glenn on Piano with a rhythm section, Vibes, Sax and Flute, and Strings, except for “Clusters” which features Sharon on Piano. The tunes have a lush sound and are beautiful to the ear. Kent Glenn was the featured Pianist on “Vintage Stone Jazz” that was released in 2004 by Rhombus Records and received critical acclaim from Jazz Radio and press.

“The Music Of Sharon Bercutt” is a musical surprise for all jazz lovers.


Listen to Judy Wexler Judy Wexler - "Easy on the Heart"
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Moment to Moment
I'm In Love
Humdrum Blues
Easy on the Heart
Nobody Else But Me
In My Life
Beautiful Love (Gorgeous Creature)
Tell Him I Said Hello
Love is a Necessary Evil
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
If You Could Love Me
Down Here on the Ground
I Got Lost in His Arms

West Coast jazz vocalist Judy Wexler steps out front on her debut CD, "Easy on the Heart" for Rhombus Records. Easy on the Heart is a modern eclectic mix of standards and classic pop featuring piano great, Alan Pasqua as arranger, and Barbara Brighton as producer.

Highlights include Oscar Brown Jr.'s "Humdrum Blues",  Abbey Lincoln's "I'm in Love",  and Bob Dylan's "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright".

Wexler has a warm sound, excellent note-for-note phrasing, a winning sense of dynamics, and a distinctive style of improvisation that helps to transcend the songs on the recording to another level of appreciatation. - Paula Edelstein, Sounds of Timeless Jazz (soundsoftimelessjazz.com)

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Listen to Lonesome Tree The Karen Hammack / Paul Kreibich Quartet - "Lonesome Tree"
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Something Good
Waltz for Bev
Mr. In-Between
Sweet Mystery
Lonesome Tree
Another Moon
Song for Eric
Space Mistress


Pianist Karen Hammack and Drummer Paul Kreibich present an all-original set of Straight-Ahead, Contemporary jazz on their first CD for Rhombus Records," Lonesome Tree". The Quartet consists of Karen Hammack - Piano, Paul Kreibich - Drums, John Gross - Tenor Sax, and Putter Smith - Bass, with guest percussionist Ramon Banda on "Space Mistress".

All compositions were written by Karen and Paul except for "Another Moon", which was composed by the late Eric Von Essen. All members of the Quartet have extensive credits and perform and record in the Los Angeles area and around the world.

LONESOME TREE has all ready received airplay on numerous Jazz radio stations and has been reviewed by Cadence, and The L.A. Jazz Scene magazines and All About Jazz.Com.

"Lonesome Tree is a must listening for all who are drawn to superiorly crafted and thought provoking compositions." - L.A. Jazz Scene



Listen to Steve & Iqua Colson Steve & Iqua Colson - "Hope For Love"
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Hope For Love
Drop Me Off In Harlem
At the Church Steps
Twist of Lime
Regina's Lament
After Revelation's Ease
South of the Border Serenade
Hope For Love (Reprise)

Vocalist Iqua and Pianist Steve Colson present a program of instrumental and vocal jazz featuring originals and two covers, "Drop Me Off In Harlem" (Ellington), and "Regina's Lament" (Carroll), on their new CD, "Hope For Love".

Group members include: T.K. Blue - Saxes, Andy McCloud - Bass and Reggie Nicolson - Percussion.

All orginal music on "Hope For Love" was written by Steve and Iqua Colson and features traditional jazz styles with a modern feel. The musicianship and vocals are of the highest level and the recording quality - excellent.



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