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George Kahn – Secrets From The Jazz Ghetto Vol. 1 (Nightside) – West Coast Jazz pianist George Kahn carries the tradition of jazz greats like Dave Brubeck, Vince Guaraldi and Horace Silver into the 21st Century with SECRETS FROM THE JAZZ GHETTO. Volume 1 (Nightside) is perfect for late night cocktails and soft lights
George Kahn – Secrets From The Jazz Ghetto Vol. 2 (Dayside) – West Coast Jazz pianist George Kahn carries the tradition of jazz greats like Dave Brubeck, Vince Guaraldi and Horace Silver into the 21st Century with SECRETS FROM THE JAZZ GHETTO. Volume 2 (Dayside) has 13 groovy tunes great for the party
A power-duo that improvises on any given musical theme mixing the possibilities of the drums & saxophone in completely personal way. In addition to the drums and saxophone, the duo uses percussion of gongs, bells etc. mixed with saxophone multiphonics and extended playing techniques colouring their expression of avant garde jazz. Their juicy freejazz flows, crunchy polyrythmical textures, diverse sound ambients and spiritual meditation-like chorals combined with virtuoso playing of Jeff & Esa carries the listeners mind to the sea of multidirectional rhythms, high clouds, winding rivers, subtropical jungle, festive fireworks, what ever – You name it.
Kansas City-based guitarist Ron Carlson assembles an all star jazz line up featuring Grammy winner Bob Bowman, Rob Scheps, Roger Rosenberg, Brian Steever and vocalists Angela Hagenbach, Shay Estes and Kathleen Holeman on an exquisite music program dedicated to the memory of Kenny Wheeler and Charlie Haden.
In Kansas City, there is a popular jazz group that has performed every week since their inception in 1991. This would not be so remarkable, as Kansas City is renowned for it’s tradition of great jazz since the days of Count Basie and Charlie Parker. What is remarkable is that this group of native Kansas Citians plays nothing but Brazilian jazz, with a flavor and passion one might think could only be found at a nightclub in Ipanema or Leblon. The Sons of Brasil invite you to sample these sounds, which stem from their love and admiration of “musica bem brasileira.”