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VJOMN01 Monday Night Live at the Village Vanguard $15.00

The Music
SET 1 – DISC 1 1. Mean What You Say: 8:49 2. Say It Softly: 6:51 3. St. Louis Blues: 15:50 4. Body and Soul: 7:09 5. Mornin’ Reverend: 5:00 SET 2 – DISC 2 1. Las Cucarachas Entran: 10:07 2. Willow Tree: 7:06 3. Don’t You Worry ‘bout a Thing: 4:08 4. Kids Are Pretty People: 8:57 5. The Waltz You Swang For Me: 5:57 6. Little Rascal on a Rock: 12:09

The Band
Trumpets: Nick Marchione (lead), Frank Greene (associate lead), Terell Stafford, Scott Wendholt Trombones: John Mosca (lead), Luis Bonilla, Jason Jackson, Douglas Purviance (bass trombone) Reeds: Dick Oatts (lead alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute, piccolo), Billy Drewes (alto and soprano saxophones, flute, clarinet), Rich Perry (tenor saxophone, flute), Ralph LaLama (tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute), Gary Smulyan (baritone saxophone) Rhythm Section: Jim McNeely–piano, John Riley–drums, Phil Palombi–Bass Michael Weiss, piano on Mean What You Say, St. Louis Blues, Mornin’ Reverend, Kids Are Pretty People, The Waltz You Swang For Me John Clark, french horn on Las Cucarachas Entran

PA090709 Bridging The Gap - The Terell Stafford/Dick Oatts Quintet $15.00

The Terell Stafford/Dick Oatts Quintet

The Band
Terell Stafford, trumpet Dick Oatts, saxophone Gerald Clayton, piano Ben Williams, bass Rodney Green, drums

PA300977 I Talking Now - The Luis Bonilla Quintet $15.00

"Luis Bonilla takes a step outside the box and creates a body of work that's engaging, adventurous and extremely exciting".

"In I Talking Now, Luis has shared the sights, sounds and personalities, which inhabit the world".

The Music
Track 1: I Talking Now - 6:52 Track 2: Uh, Uh, Uh… - 6:47 Track 4: No Looking Back - 8:43 Track 5: Closer Still - 5:56 Track 6: Fifty Eight - 8:48 Track 7: Luminescence - 7:07 Track 8: Elis - 7:19

The Band
Luis Bonilla, trombone Ivan Renta, saxophone Arturo O'Farrill, piano Andy McKee, bass John Riley, drums

PA310976 Le Jazz Hot - The New York Jazz Repertory Orchestra $15.00

The New York Repertory Jazz Orchestra Conducted by Bill Warfield and featuring Dave Liebman and Vic Juris

The Music
Track 1: Le Petit Fleur - 1:47 Track 2: Le Petit Fleur - 2:13 Track 4: Le Creation Du Monde - 4:49 Track 5: Blues to Bechet - 7:05 Track 6: Le Petit Fleur - 2:45 Track 7: Variations on a Theme by Frank Poulenc - 8:06 Track 8: Pablo's Story - 13:30 Track 9: Le Petit Fleur - 2:29

The Band
Bill Warfield, trumpet, arranger, conductor Dave Liebman, soprano and tenor saxophones Vic Juris, guitar Reeds: Dave Riekenberg, Bob Hanlon, Joel Frahm and Alex Stewart Trumpets: Bob Millikan, Danny Cahn, Tony Kadleck and Dave Ballou Trombones: Tim Sessions and Chris Olness Piano, Tim Harrison Bass, Mike Richmond Drums, Grisha Alexiev

PA320975 May - The Steve Lambert Sextet $15.00

The Steve Lambert Sextet

The Music
Track 1: Double Tough - 4:45 Track 2: May - 6:36 Track 3: Steve's Tune - 7:01 Track 4: Like Someone In Love - 5:44 Track 5: Entomology - 5:45 Track 6: It's You or No One - 5:21 Track 7: Bellicose Belle - 7:43 Track 8: Yearning Lost - 5:21 Track 9: Mack The Knife - 7:39

The Band
Steve Lambert - trumpet and flugelhorn Keith Pray - alto saxophone Brian Patneaude - tenor saxophone Dave Solazzo - piano Mike DelPrete - bass Joe Barna - drums

All arrangements by Steve Lambert All songs composed by Steve Lambert except Like Someone in Love by Jimmy Van Heusen; It's You or No One by Jule Styne and Mack The Knife by Brecth/Weill

PA-100560 Turn Up The Heath, The Jimmy Heath Big Band $15.00

The Music
1. Big P: 7:07 Composed and arranged by Jimmy Heath 2. Heritage Hum: 7:18 Composed and arranged by Jimmy Heath 3. Gemini: 9:26 Composed and arranged by Jimmy Heath 4. Like A Son: 4:55 Composed and arranged by Jimmy Heath 5. I'm Glad There Is You: 8:59 Composed by Paul Madeira and Jimmy Dorsey; Arranged by Jimmy Heath 6. One For Juan: 8:13 Composed and arranged by Jimmy Heath 7. Project S: 6:32 Composed and arranged by Jimmy Heath 8. Sources Say: 6:40 Composed and arranged by Jimmy Heath 9. No End: 8:50 Composed by Kenny Dorham; Arranged by Jimmy Heath 10. Basic Birks: 6:15 Composed and arranged by Jimmy Heath

The Band
TRUMPETS Frank Greene (lead), Nick Marchione, Michael Philip Mossman Terell Stafford, Greg Gisbert, Sean Jones

TROMBONES John Mosca (lead), Benny Powell, Slide Hampton, Steve Davis, Jason Jackson Douglas Purviance (bass trombone)

REEDS Mark Gross (lead alto saxophone, flute) Antonio Hart (alto and soprano saxophones, flute, lead alto on Like A Son) Bobby LaVell (tenor saxophone), Charles Davis (tenor saxophone), Andres Boiarsky (tenor saxophone), Gary Smulyan (baritone saxophone) Jay Branford (baritone saxophone)

RHYTHM SECTION Jeb Patton (piano), Peter Washington (bass), Lewis Nash (drums)

SPECIAL GUESTS Lew Tabackin (flute solo on Gemini) Joe Gonzales (congas on Heritage Hum; guierro on One For Juan)

NW-80581-2 Thad Jones Legacy $15.00

Tunes: A-That’s Freedom, Once Around, Quiet Lady, Central Park North, Yours and Mine, Fingers, Groove Merchant, All My Yesterdays, My Centennial

Personnel: Trumpets: Earl Gardner, Joe Mosello, Glenn Drewes, Scott Wendholt; Trombones – John Mosca, Ed Neumeister, Jason Jackson, Douglas Purviance: Reeds – Dick Oatts, Billy Drewes, Rich Perry, Ralph LaLama, Gary Smulyan: Rhythm – Jim McNeely, piano; Dennis Irwin, bass; John Riley, drums

NW-80534-2 Lickety Split, The Music of Jim McNeely $15.00

The Music of Jim McNeely

Tunes: Extra Credit, Thad, In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning, Lickety Split, Absolution, Sticks, Reflection, Mel

Personnel: Trumpets: Earl Gardner, Joe Mosello, Glenn Drewes, Scott Wendholt; Trombones – John Mosca, Luis Bonilla, Douglas Purviance, Earl McIntyre: Reeds – Dick Oatts, Billy Drewes, Rich Perry, Ralph LaLama, Gary Smulyan: Rhythm – Jim McNeely, piano; Dennis Irwin, bass; John Riley, drums

PA-200123 One Night in Vermont - Ted Rosenthal/Bob Brookmeyer $15.00

One Night in Vermont features Ted Rosenthal in a duo setting with legendary trombonist Bob Brookmeyer. The CD, Rosenthal's 9th as a leader, was recorded live in concert at Memorial Hall in Wilmington, Vermont. It features seven classics from the great American songbook. Both performers/composers, Rosenthal and Brookmeyer improvise creatively and thematically while never losing sight of the joyous swing associated with these songs.

Tunes: 1 Night and Day (10:38) (Cole Porter) (ASCAP) 2 Embraceable You (8:34) (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) (ASCAP) 3 Yesterdays (7:49) (Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach) (ASCAP) 4 Darn That Dream (9:35) (Jimmy Van Heusen, Eddie Delange) (ASCAP) 5 How Deep is the Ocean (8:34) (Irving Berlin) (ASCAP) 6 What's New (8:06) (Bob Haggart, Johnny Burke) (ASCAP) 7 All the Things You Are (9:29) (Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein 2nd ) (ASCAP)

Personnel: Ted Rosenthal - Piano Bob Brookmeyer - Valve Trombone

PA-100225 The Way, Music of Slide Hampton $15.00

VANGUARD JAZZ ORCHESTRA - THE WAY MUSIC OF SLIDE HAMPTON This recording was made possible through generous grants from: The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Meet The Composer, The National Endowment for the Arts and The New York State Council on the Arts

Tunes: 1. You Asked For It 8:39 INSPIRATION - Suite for Jazz Orchestra (Inspired by John Coltrane) 2. Part l: One For Thad 6:02 3. Part ll: Strayhorn 5:18 4. Part lll: Gil 7:05 5. Part lV: Dameron 9:00 6. Past Present & Future 9:55 7. The Way 7:30 8. Frame for The Blues 9:20

Personnel: Trumpets: Earl Gardner (Lead), Joe Mosello, Glenn Drewes, Scott Wendholt, Trombones: John Mosca (Lead), Luis Bonilla, Jason Jackson, Douglas Purviance (bass trombone) Reeds: Dick Oatts (Lead alto and soprano saxophones, flute), Billy Drewes (alto and soprano saxophones, flute, bass clarinet), Rich Perry (Tenor saxophone, flute), Ralph Lalama (Tenor saxophone, clarinet), Gary Smulyan (Baritone saxophone, bass clarinet) Rhythm Section: Jim McNeely-piano, John Riley-drums, Dennis Irwin-bass Additional Trumpet/Flugelhorn parts played by Frank Greene

PA-200321 Migrations, Cliff Korman and The Brazilian Tinge $15.00

American Jazz meets Brazilian music and culture. Inspired by the photography Sebastião Salgado, the CD features Billy Drewes, Luis Bonilla, Rob Curto, Andy Eulau, Henrique Cazes, Marcello Goncalves, Vanderlei Pereira, Edson Da Silva (Cafe), Beto Cazes, Cida Moreira, Muri, Costa, Jane Balzana, Eduardo Ferrer, Malu Von Kruger, Eliza Lacerda and Juliana Rubim.

"Migrations" is a journey, the story of an American jazz player who fell in love with Brazilian music and culture 20 years ago and whose life and music were transformed by it. Those who have migrated know that it means to live between cultures, to exist in a place which is neither home nor foreign. But those who succeed in making the journey are rewarded with a richness of experience. Cliff Korman's powerful and moving music transports the listener to that place.

PA-200222 Ben Wolfe My Kinda Beautiful $15.00

“My Kinda Beautiful” features original music played by an ensemble of 16. Saxophone, trumpet, 3 trombones, 2 cellos, 2 violas, 4 violins, bass, drums and piano interweave classical and jazz elements for a unique interplay of instruments, and a truly original sound.

This album is a personal invitation. From the introduction, with the drum’s steady pulse inviting us into the heartbeat of Wolfe’s world - to the strange & wonderful images offered up once we step foot into the place. There is a lot of music here - some of it full stories - some mere glimpses. Todd Field

PA-100454 Up From The Skies, The Music of Jim McNeely $15.00

Tunes: Up From The Skies 8:50: The Life Of Riley 8:26: In This Moment 9:15: Don't Even Ask 9:30 Suite: Three Duos, Three Answers - Almost Always 8:00 - Hardly Ever 8:21 - You Tell Me 7:33: We Will Not Be Silenced 8:35

Personnel: Trumpets: Nick Marchione (lead), Frank Greene, Greg Gisbert, Scott Wendholt Trombones: John Mosca (lead), Luis Bonilla, Jason Jackson, Douglas Purviance (bass trombone) Reeds: Dick Oatts (lead alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute), Billy Drewes (alto and soprano saxophones, flute, clarinet), Rich Perry (tenor saxophone, flute), Ralph LaLama (tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute), Gary Smulyan (baritone saxophone, bass clarinet) Rhythm Section: Jim McNeely-piano/conductor, John Riley-drums, Dennis Irwin-Bass

PA-200451 Groningen Art Ensemble $15.00

Tunes: 1. New York Comes to Groningen - 5:23 (Joris Teepe) 2. Keep It Simple - 3:15 (words and music by Ralph Peterson) 3. Father Time - 6:50 (Don Braden) 4. Blood Count - 6:48 (Billy Strayhorn, arranged by David Berkman) 5. Further Arrivals - 8:14 (Brian Lynch) 6. I'm Old Fashioned - 5:18 (Kern/Mercer, arranged by Dena DeRose) 7. Take the Coltrane - 5:28 (Duke Ellington, arranged by Joris Teepe) 8. Mitote - 6:42 (Conrad Herwig) 9. All My Tomorrows - 6:40 (Van Heusen/Cahn, arranged by Ron Jackson) 10. Racer X - 5:43 (Ralph Peterson) 11. Reprise: New York Comes To Groningen - 1:08 (music and lyrics by Joris Teepe) 12. Meet The Artist

Personnel: Joris Teepe, bass - leader; David Berkman, piano; Don Braden, saxophone; Dena DeRose, vocals, piano; Conrad Herwig, trombone; Ron Jackson, guitar; Brian Lynch, trumpet Ralph Peterson, drums

PA-300175 JazzHopRevolution, The Sound of Truth $15.00

The Music
JazzHopRevolution is an cutting edge ensemble that brings together jazz bassist/composer John Lindberg with hip-hop lyricist/vocalist Rahman Jamaal and percussionist Tani Tabbal in the groundbreaking recording "Tha Sound of Truth". The cross-genre, inter-generational collaboration is a musical journey with influences as diverse as Louis Jordan, Babs Gonzales, Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, KRS-One, Tupac Shakur, Sun Ra and Nine Inch Nails. The two disc package features a CD with ten original pieces composed by Lindberg and Jamaal and a DVD with two selections directed by John Bongiorno: "The Myth" music video and a short documentary on the making of "Tha Sound of Truth".

The Band
John Lindberg has been an important contributor to jazz and creative music for over thirty years, appearing on over sixty seminal recordings, including thirty seven as a leader/co-leader.

Rahman Jamaal established himself as both a hip-hop emcee and an actor in Brandon Sonnier's award winning film The Beat. He is an integral voice on the west coast hip-hop scene, a member of Hip Hop Congress and a teacher at The Academy of Hip Hop.

Tani Tabbal is a unique drummer who masterfully laces odd and mixed meters and a total diversity of rhythmic feeling and colors into his playing. He has appeared on dozens of key jazz and world music recordings, and recently released his first solo album.

301011 Luis Bonilla Quintet - Twilight $15.00

The Music
1 - Twilight Luis Bonilla 7:14
2 - The Moon and the Sun Bruce Barth 6:52
3 - Double Trouble Andy McKee 7:25
4 - Vertigo Ivan Renta 4:59
5 - Blind Faith John Riley 4:47
6 - Let It Be Said Luis Bonilla 7:18
7 - Visions Luis Bonilla 7:54 8 - Cork Grease Luis Bonilla 7:15

The Band
Luis Bonilla; trombone
Ivan Renta; tenor saxophone
Bruce Barth; piano, fender rhodes, Hammond B3
Andy Mckee; bass John Riley; drums and percussion
Vincent Chancey; french horn (track 7)

PA 301110 Michael Benedict & Bopitude $15.00

The Music
1: Cheese Cake 6:55 Dexter Gordon: Second Floor Music 2: Circulation 4:18 Gary McFarland: Parkland Music Inc. 3: Alter Ego 5:39 James Williams: Second Floor Music 4: Joy Spring 5:02 Clifford Brown: Second Floor Music 5: Frankenstein 5:36 Grachan Moncur III: Second Floor Music 6: B for BB 5:03 Hank Mobley: Second Floor Music 7: Heckle and Jeckle 5:29 Robert Watson: Second Floor Music 8: Whistle Stop 5:17 Kenny Dorham: Second Floor Music 9: Moanin’ 8:15 Bobby Timmons: Second Floor Music

The Band
Michael Benedict, drums Bruce Barth, piano Mike Lawrence, bass Chris Pasin, trumpet and flugelhorn Brian Patneaude, tenor saxophone

VJOFLLIT The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Forever Lasting - Live in Tokyo $20.00

The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra
Forever Lasting Live In Tokyo

Details
DISK 1 1: Low Down - 5:29 Composed and arranged by Thad Jones; D'accord Music Inc. ASCAP
2: You Tell Me - 8:05 Composed and Arranged by Jim McNeely; Wu Wei Music, BMI
3. 61st and Rich' It - 14:43 Composed and arranged by Thad Jones; D'accord Music Inc. ASCAP
4: One Finger Snap - 10:16 Composed by Herbie Hancock, Hancock Music Co BMI /arranged by Bob Mintzer
5: I Love You - 6:09 Composed by Cole Porter, Chappell & Co, Warner Chappell Music .ASCAP/ arranged by Thad Jones;
6: Extra Credit - 12:24 Composed and Arranged by Jim McNeely; Wu Wei Music, BMI Solos: Walt Weiskopf, tenor saxophone; Luis Bonilla, trombone; Michael Weiss, piano
7: Central Park North - 12:07 Composed and arranged by Thad Jones; D'accord Music Inc. ASCAP

DISK 2 1: All of Me - 8:58 Composed by Seymour Simons and Gerald Marks, Marlong Music Co. SONY/ATV Tunes LLC OBO Gerald Marks Music ASCAP/arranged by Thad Jones
2: Don't Ever Leave Me - 6:05 Composed and arranged by Thad Jones; D'accord Music Inc. ASCAP
3. Nasty Dance - 11:43 Composed and arranged by Bob Brookmeyer; Brookmeyer Music Inc. BMI
4: Hardly Ever - 7:45 Composed and Arranged by Jim McNeely; Wu Wei Music, BMI
5: Fingers - 18:45 Composed and arranged by Thad Jones; D'accord Music Inc. ASCAP
6: Forever Lasting - 7:05 Composed and arranged by Thad Jones; D'accord Music Inc. ASCAP

The Band
Trumpets/Flugelhorns: Nick Marchione (lead), Tanya Darby, Terell Stafford, Scott Wendholt
Trombones: John Mosca (lead), Luis Bonilla, Jason Jackson, Douglas Purviance (bass trombone)
Reeds: Dick Oatts (lead alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute, piccolo), Billy Drewes (alto and soprano saxophones, flute, clarinet), Walt Weiskopf (tenor saxophone, flute), Ralph LaLama (tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute), Gary Smulyan (baritone saxophone)
Rhythm Section: Michael Weiss-piano, John Riley-drums, David Wong-Bass

PA102011YKS YUKO KISHIMOTO Songbook $12.00 Yuko Kishimoto, piano Lee Russo, tenor and soprano saxophones John Menegon, bass Conor Meehan, drums
PA301219 Michael Benedict & Bopitude, Five and One $15.00

PLANET ARTS RECORDINGS
Michael Benedict & Bopitude Five and One
Featuring Gary Smulyan UPC #: 820428301219 Catalog #: 301219 Release date: April 12, 2012

THE BAND
Gary Smulyan, baritone saxophone Brian Patneaude, tenor saxophone Chris Pasin, trumpet and flugelhorn Bruce Barth, piano Mike Lawrence, bass Michael Benedict, drums

THE MUSIC
1. The Eternal Triangle 5:49 Sonny Stitt 2. Three and One 7:46 Thad Jones 3. Compulsion 5:40 Miles Davis 4. As Quiet As It's Kept 7:02 Robert Watson 5. An Oscar For Oscar 3:53 Kenny Dorham 6. Work Song 6:19 Nat Adderley 7. Enigma 4:02 J.J. Johnson 8. Train Samba 7:19 Gary McFarland 9. Infra-Rae 6:46 Hank Mobley 10. Last Rites For The Promised Land 6:20 Gary McFarland

PRODUCTION
Executive producer: Michael Benedict Executive producer for Planet Arts: Thomas Bellino Producer: Thomas Bellino Recorded at: Cotton Hill Studios: Albany, NY January, 2012 Ace Parkhurst: engineer Mixed and mastered at: The Bombshelter, Albany, NY March, 2012 Ace Parkhurst, engineer Cover design and Packaging: Alek Speck Photo’s: Andrzej Pilarczyk

 

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