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Image Let's Get Lost
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Image Move On: A Sondheim Adventure
While its narrative arc is a self-contained story, Move On: A Sondheim Adventure (February 22 via Mack Avenue Records) is just the beginning of a new chapter in Aimée’s remarkable journey. It’s the French-born singer’s first release since disbanding the acclaimed band she’s led for the last several years, to which she bid a fond adieu on her last album, Cyrille Aimée Live. It’s also her first studio album since moving from Brooklyn to New Orleans, the latest music-rich city that she’s been able to call home.

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Image Work To Do
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Image Are You Ready
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Image Mediterraneo
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Image All In Good Time
You may not think of jazz and a Catholic education in the same scenario, but for Asa Harris freedom and discipline are two sides of the same coin. She was raised in Philadelphia in what has been referred to as one of America's First Families of Jazz. Her father, Ace Harris, was a renowned pianist, singer and arranger for the Ink Spots and her uncle was famed swing-trumpeter Erskine Hawkins, who wrote the classic Tuxedo Junction.

Growing up with a strong Catholic influence, she eventually took the jazz path via theatre, and even recently featured with Robert Duvall in the film A Family Thing. She is currently the principal vocalist with Gene Esposito's Jazz Idiom Orchestra in Chicago, performing the music of Billy Strayhorn.

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Image Avant Gershwin
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Image I Can Make That Happen
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Image The Gentleman Is Back
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Image MONK'estra Vol. 2
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Image Presents MONK'estra, Volume 1
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Image Essential Elements
"Essential Elements" is the debut release for the highly-talented pianist Ben Paterson. Originally from Philadelphia, Ben spent his younger years studying both jazz and classical before moving to Chicago where he refined his approach as the pianist for the late, legendary Von Freeman.

On "Essential Elements," Paterson presents a fresh take on a number of standards as well as some compelling original compositions in a standard trio format. The overlay of different musical styles combined with the jazz-influenced arrangements make for a great blend.

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Image From Here I See
The MAXJAZZ string series is pleased to present bassist and composer Ben Wolfe and his new recording From Here I See. The recording features all original compositions presented in a standard jazz quartet format. Most of the compositions are ballads combining the quartet with a string quartet.

A number of compositions also feature special guests. Ben has been an integral part of bands led by a who's who of jazz artists including Harry Connick Jr., Diana Krall and Wynton Marsalis. He also is a faculty member at The Juilliard School.

The quartet line up is Ben Wolfe (Bass), Orrin Evans (Piano), Donald Edwards (Drums) and JD Allen (Tenor Saxophone). The special guests include Wynton Marsalis, Russell Malone and Marcus Strickland


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Image No Strangers Here
Bassist, composer and educator Ben Wolfe in his debut on the MazJazz string series. The album features some outstanding musicians including saxophonists Marcus Strickland and Branford Marsalis, trumpeter and MaxJazz recording artist Terell Stafford, pianist Luis Perdomo and drummers Greg Hutchinson and Jeff "Tain" Watts.

Ben wrote and arranged all of the compositions. The format combines a standard jazz quartet along with a string quartet for certain compositions and the end result is intriguing and captivating.

Ben has been an integral part of bands led by a who's who of jazz artists including Harry Connick Jr., Diana Krall and Wynton Marsalis. He also is a faculty member at the Julliard School of Music.


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Image Blood Moon
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Image Don't Be That Way
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Image Lest We Forget
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Image Can You Feel It
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Image Rick Braun Sings
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Image Yours Truly
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Image Every Time I Think of You
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Image Choices
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Image It Is What It Is
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Image Thicker Than Water
Brian Bromberg’s career began as a teenager backing saxophonist Stan Getz. In the nearly forty years since and over 20 projects in his catalog, Bromberg has established himself as a first-call master of the upright as well as electric basses, releasing more than a dozen albums as leader and providing low-end for the likes of Chris Botti, Lee Ritenour and Michael Buble. “This is a record I’ve been wanting to make for a very long time,” says the dynamic bass virtuoso Brian Bromberg. “I love the upright bass. It’s where my heart and soul is. My connection with that instrument is unlike anything in my life.” That love of the bass is evident across the wide-range of irresistible grooves found on Thicker Than Water, available July 13 on Artistry Music. Across 13 tracks, Bromberg utilizes 11 different basses to create an orchestra of unique tones and rapid-fire runs. Helping Bromberg wield the groove are trumpeter Randy Brecker, saxophonists Marion Meadows, Najee and Brandon Fields, as well as one of the last performances from the late keyboard master George Duke. Punchy brass and powerful energy from saxophonist Everette Harp ensure that everybody is going to have a good time on the album opener “Is That the Best You Can Do?”. Bromberg immediately displays a technical mastery that is focused like a fine-point laser. “Minneapolis 1987” is a funkified time machine cleansed by the waters of Lake Minnetonka. “Take your pick. It could be Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Prince. It could be Larry Graham. It could be Morris Day. Pick one or all,” says Bromberg. “It’s all a vibe and a sound. Minneapolis absolutely had a sound. Look at the talent that came out of there. You hear the first eight bars and you are done. It says everything.” The title track comes from the bond that Bromberg shares with the album’s resident beatmaker, his nephew Zach Bromberg. “He’s a computer guy,” says Bromberg. “He writes loops and on this CD he came up with some grooves that are badass which inspired me to write songs around those grooves that work in the instrumental world of contemporary jazz.” Breezy handclaps and a percussive pulse provided by Lenny Castro keep the mid-tempo tune in the pocket. Zach also contributes a vibe for “Changes,” a soothing stroll carried by Bromberg’s steel string piccolo bass. He plays no less than five completely different basses on the track. “It’s not for the sake of playing a lot of basses,” explains Bromberg. “It’s not for credit or how many notes I’m going to play. What’s going to work for the music? Because the music dictates what I’m going to play and the end result is all about the music. The music always wins! It’s rewarding to be able to use all these instruments to express what I’m feeling inside. “Coupe de Ville” also addresses the feelings on the outside. “Sometimes songs just show up in my head,” says Bromberg. “This one just showed up and the name popped into my head immediately. We’re just cruising here in a big Cadillac.” Tenor saxophonist Najee and rhythm guitar work from Paul Jackson, Jr. takes the tune into the stratosphere with ebullient brass encouraging fleet-fingered runs from Bromberg. The slow groove of “Trials and Tribulations” gives Bromberg ample space to highlight his electric bass talents. “This is the most powerful song on the CD. It’s the epic. I’m really proud of it. It’s so cool to have strings and horns together on the same song.” The large ensemble is in sync with Bromberg’s outrageously funky fills while the song “Your Eyes,” which Bromberg wrote as a homage for his cat, cruises with sensitive strings and Bromberg’s piano debut. “I play the melody and a little solo. I’m not a piano player. I have no chops but for a solo ballad with one note at a time I can do it.” “That one is for my mom,” says Bromberg about the sweetly personal “It’s Called Life.” “The tune showed up in my head. Sadly, she passed away before she got to hear it, but this is one of those songs that really has emotional calories.” The ballad’s gospel swing is amplified by Brandon Fields’ rich tenor saxophone who works in tandem with Bromberg’s piccolo bass, gelling easily into a natural partnership. Bromberg calls in the big guns for “Uh-Huh,” a fiery funk number that features trumpeter Randy Brecker and one of keyboardist George Duke’s last performances. The tune rises to the prestige of the performers with a big band heft and a finger-popping beat.“Land of the Rising Sun” is Bromberg’s homage to Japan. With help from June Kuramoto of the band Hiroshima on koto, the ensemble embarks on a languid tour of the island nation. “When I write songs, especially if they have a vibe of a specific culture, I just want the sound to sound as much like the culture as possible,” says Bromberg. “It’s very rewarding to hear something in my head. Until it’s finished you don’t know if you did a good job or not but when you hear this, first thing you think of is Japan.” “I started on upright. I was a purist jazz guy,” Bromberg proudly explains but when he got electrified, his palette expanded beyond his wildest imagination. He returns to those early experimentations by closing out the album with a solo soulful hymn entitled “A Familia.” Recorded comfortably at his home studio in Southern California, Bromberg surrounded himself with musicians he trusts to record an album that resonates with personality and personability. Bromberg’s virtuoso skills are in service to the groove and each track moves with a refreshingly funky honesty. “I hope people listen to it with open mind and open heart,” says Bromberg. “A lot of people familiar with me may not be expecting a record that grooves this hard. I think a lot of people are going to be surprised by the vibe and the pocket. Some people think the bass should sound like it did in 1965. Thump, thump, thump. But, hey, that’s not for everyone.”

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Image East And West
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Image Live At The Village Vanguard
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Image Common Ground
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Image Close to You
“This record was inspired by my fiancé Nadira Kimberly. At home one night, we played and sang together as we listened to “Close To You” by the amazing Burt Bacharach. This really opened the door for me to do this amazing man’s music. In 1975 I was 13 years old when my first single was released, “Please Stay” by none other than Burt Bacharach. It's like I've come full circle.” - JB

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Image Live In South Africa
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Image Merry Christmas To You
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