Thursday, November 29, 2007


Richie Havens will perform the following concerts:
December 1 @ Tupelo Music Hall, Londonderry NH
December 2 @ Stone Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield ME
December 7 @ Narrows Center, Fall River MA
December 8 @ Proctor's Theatre, Schenectady NY
December 13 @ Boulder Theater, Boulder CO
December 14 @ Sheridan Opera House, Telluride CO
December 15 @ Fort Lewis College, Durango CO
December 31 @ Watercolor Café, Larchmont NY
January 5 @ El Campanil Theatre, Antioch CA
January 11 @ HighLine Ballroom, New York NY
January 13 @ Rams Head, Annapolis MD
January 18 @ Boulton Center, Bay Shore NY
January 19 @t Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield CT
January 26 @ Al Ringling Theatre, Baraboo WI
February 8 @ McGlohon Theatre, Charlotte NC
February 9 @ Melting Pot, Athens GA
March 27 @ Massillion Museum, Massillion OH
March 28 @ Stuart's Opera House, Nelsonville OH
March 29 @ Holland Theatre, Bellefontaine OH
March 30 @ Kent Stage, Kent OH
April 12 @ Wilson School, Natick MA
April 18 @ Turnage Theatre, Washington DC
April 22 @ Hugh's Room, Toronto ON
April 23 @ Hugh's Room, Toronto ON
April 25 @ Sydenham Street United, Kingston ON
April 26 @ Oscar Peterson Concert Hall, Montreal QC
May 2 @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York NY


New Releases for 2008 include: Paul Hardcastle (Hardcastle 5); Jessy J (Tequila Moon); Gerard Veasley (Your Move); Lee Ritenour/Dave Grusin (Collaboration); Jaared (Addiction); Alexander O’Neal (Love Songs); plus other releases from Marion Meadows, and Michael Lington.


Following decades of inactivity and a summer of spot dates throughout Europe, Sly Stone and his famous band The Family Stone took the stage in New York last week for the first time in 32 years. Recent reviews have blasted Sly's recent performances at BB Kings in New York, due to the fact that it seemed as if Sly actually performed at the gig. Apparently, Sly's band did not include original members of the Family Stone and Sly himself only sang a few notes of each song, and in one performance, walked off the stage complaining that he was 'too old." In any event, a crowd of about 1000 showed up at B.B. King's Blues Club and Grill last Tuesday for the rare appearance of 64-year-old Stone, who performed dressed in a white sweatsuit with silver trim, sunglasses and Mohawk hairstyle. According to Reuters, Stone "filled the club with his rich, mellifluous voice as the band spent an hour cycling through their greatest hits, including 'Everyday People,' 'Family Affair' and 'Stand.'" Due to popular demand, B.B. King's has added two more Sly and the Family Stone shows for Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. The bad news: both sets are already sold


Santana will perform the following concerts:
February 15 @ Dubai Festival City, Dubai United Arab Emirates
February 18 @ Indoor Stadium, Singapore
February 21 @ Burswood Dome, Perth Australia
February 26 @ Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne Australia
February 28 @ Acer Arena, Sydney Australia
March 2 @ Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Boondall Australia
March 4 @ Vector Arena, Auckland New Zealand
March 7 @ Asiaworld Arena, Hong Kong
June 20 @ NEC Arena, Birmingham UK
June 21 @ Manchester Evening News Arena, Manchester UK
June 22 @ O2 Arena, London UK
June 24 @ Palais Omnisports, Paris France
June 26 @ Football Stadium, Bratislava Slovakia
June 28 @ City Square, Budapest Hungary
June 30 @ Arena, Verona Italy
July 1 @ Salzburg Arena, Salzburg Austria
July 2 @ Castle of Salem, Salem Germany
July 4 @ Volkerschlacht Denkmal, Leipzig Germany
July 5 @ Schlosshof, Bad Mergentheim Germany
July 6 @ Rennplatz, Iffezheim Germany
July 8 @ Sporting Club, Monte Carlo Monaco
July 9 @ Sporting Club, Monte Carlo Monaco
July 14 @ Philipshalle, Dusseldorf Germany
July 16 @ Christinehof Castle, Malmo Sweden


Albright – Sunny One Day
Angie Stone – The Art Of Love And War (Stax/Concord)
April Hill – Love 360
Ayo – Joyful (Interscope)
Bernie Kenerson – Just You And Me (Bernup Records)
Bill Bergman & The Metro Trio – Universe Soul (L’il G’rilla Records)
Boney James – Christmas Presents (Concord)
Blue Mitchell – Bantu Village (Blue Note)
Chaz Jankel – My Occupation – The Music of Chaz Jankel (Tirk/UK)
Cheri Maree – Pure Voice
Christine Spero Group – My Spanish Dream (Collective Works Media)
Curtis Mayfield – Sweet Exorcist (Curtom)
Dave Koz – Memories For A Winter’s Night
Dells – The Dells Sing Dionne Warwick (Cadet/Dusty Groove)
Donny Hathaway & Quincy Jones – Come Back Charleston Blue (Atco/UK)
Ed Johnson & Novo Tempo – The Other Road (Cumulus Records)
Ennio Morricone – La Trappola Scatta A Beirut/Il Successo (GDM/Italy)
Ennio Morricone – L’Alibi (Dagnored/Italy)
Ennio Morricone – Corleone (Dagnores/Italy)
Eric Alexander – My Favorite Things (Venus/Japan)
Eric Marienthal – Just Around The Corner (Peak Records)
Everette Harp – My Inspiration (Shanachie)
Gordon James – In Joy (Caress Music)
Hi Fly Orchestra – Violet Remixes EP (Ajambu/Germany)
Isley Brothers – I’ll Be Home For Christmas
James Brown – Colour Collection 2 (Spectrum/UK)
James Taylor – One Man Band (Hear Music)
Javier Pitera – Un Verano Sin Fin (Lounge Music)
Jay Leach – Christmas Guitar (Independent)
Jim Brickman - Homecoming
Jimmy Sommers – Sunset Collective (Gemini)
John Coltrane – Inch Worm (Get Back/Italy)
Jon Lucien – I Am Now/Mind’s Eye/Rashida (BMG/Germany)
Jonathan Butler – Live In South Africa (Rendezvous)
Joyce & Tutty Moreno – Samba Jazz & Outras Bossa (Far Out/UK)
KJ Denhert – Lucky 7 (Motema Music)
Keith Andrew – Contemplation (
Lee Hazlewood – Very Special World of Lee Hazlewood (MGM/Water)
Lee Hazlewood – Lee Hazlewoodisom – It’s Cause & Cure (MGM/Water)
Leroy Hutson – Paradise (Elektra/UK)
Lou Rawls – The Essential Lou Rawls (Philadelphia Int’l/Legacy)
Lulu – Atco Sessions 1969 to 1972 (Atco/WEA/UK)
Marty Sheller - Why Deny (PVR Records)
Mikelyn Roderick – Copasetic Is
Modern Sound Quartet – Otinku (Odeon/EM/Japan)
N-Groove – It’s Who We Are (Nembleu Entertainment)
Nat King Cole – The Spanish Remixes
Neal Davis – Christmas (Creative Energy)
Neal Davis – Rendezvous (Creative Energy)
Nicole Willis & The Soul Investigators – Keep Reachin’ Up – Remixed (Timmons)
Nostalgia 77 Octet – Weapon of Jazz Destruction (Tru Thoughts/UK)
Patrick Bradley – Come Rain Or Shine (Patrick Bradley)
Patti LaBelle – Miss Patti’s Christmas
Peabo Bryson – Missing You (Peak Records)
Peter Brotzmann & Harry Miller – Brotzmann & Miller (Corbett vs. Dempsey)
Peter White, Rick Braun & Mindi Abair – Peter White Christmas
Phillip Martin – Pride & Joy (Three Keys Music)
Piero Piccioni – L’Imprevisto (Dagnored/Italy)
Piero Piccioni – Se Incontri Sartana Prega Per La Tua Morte (Veritano/Japan)
Pino Donaggio – Corruzione Al Palazzo Di Giustizia (Fin De Siecle/Sweden)
Quantic Soul Orchestra – Tropidelico (Ten Thoughts/UK)
Rachel Brown – Love, Life & Relationships
Rob Maletick – Back Home (C.A.R. Records)
Seven - Home
Shaffer – Cool (Independent)
Stanley Clarke – The Toys Of Men (Heads Up)
Stanley Clarke – Original Album Classics 5-CD Set (Stanley Clarke/Journey To Love/School Days/Modern Man/Clarke Duke Project) (Columbia/UK)
Teddy Pendergrass – The Essential Teddy (Philadelphia Int’l/Legacy)
Ty Causey - Expressions
Van Morrison – Still On Top – The Greatest Hits (Exile/Polydor/UME)
Various Artists – Blue Note Street (Blue Note/Japan)
Various Artists – Complete Motown Singles Vol. 8 – 1968 (Motown)
Various Artists – Cinecocktail 3 – Funky Energy From the Best Scores of the Violent Italian Cop Thrillers (Beat/Italy)
Various Artists – Italo Old – Old School Cuts From the Italian House Music Scene (Irma/Italy)
Wk.End Band – How ‘Bout Us (Quicksilver)
Whispers – Live From Las Vegas
William Downing – After Tonight (Peak Records)


Saxophonist Eric Marienthal has just released Just Around The Corner via Peak Records. This new release pairs teams him with Brian Culbertson, who produced and co-wrote material for Marienthal's 11th solo disk. The first single, "Blue Water," is a Marienthal-Culbertson composition. Other songwriting contributions on the album are from Jeff Lorber, Paul Brown, Stephen Lu. Musicians include drummer Dave Weckl, guitarists Ray Parker Jr., and veteran guitarist Michael O'Neill, among others.


Stevie Wonder continues to perform for sold out crowds on this latest tour and his upcoming tour dates are as follows:
November 29 @t RBC Center, Raleigh NC
December 1 @t Sommet Center, Nashville TN
December 2 @ Fed Ex Forum, Memphis TN
December 4 @ Toyota Center, Houston TX
December 5 @ Nokia Theatre, Grand Prairie TX
December 6 @ Nokia Theatre, Grand Prairie TX
December 9 @ Jobing Arena, Glendale AZ


Narada Michael Walden is presenting The Spirit of Giving Concert In Tribute to Singer & Songwriter Angela Bofill at Grace Cathedral, Dec. 8. Carlos Santana, Bonnie Raitt, Bonnie Hayes and other area musicians perform in support of the jazz-pop- R&B songstress.

Music industry extraordinaire and Marin County resident Narada Michael Walden has rallied his colleagues and friends, including Carlos Santana, to perform at The Spirit of Giving concert, in tribute to singer, songwriter and Bammy-award winner Angela Bofill.

When: Sat., Dec. 8, 8:30 p.m.
Where: Grace Cathedral Episcopal Church, 1100 California St., Nob Hill, San Francisco

Ticket Purchase: or 866-468-3399 (toll-free). Tickets go on sale on Nov. 1.
For more information: or 415-749-6300

DETAILS: On Sat., Dec. 8, award-winning and platinum-selling music producer, musician and songwriter Narada Michael Walden will present The Spirit of Giving, a concert featuring a number of his friends and colleagues, including Carlos Santana, as members of the music community will perform in tribute to singer and songwriter Angela Bofill.

Other musicians performing at The Spirit of Giving include:

· - R&B and dance hit singer Jeanie Tracy (, who once was one of Sylvester's back-up singers along with Martha Wash.

· - Canadian singer Naomi Striemer (, whose 2006 CD Images was produced by Walden. Carlos Santana plays on the CD's single, "Cars;" and

· - Percussionist Karma Moffett (, whose music features Tibetan Singing Bowls, Tibetan Longhorns, Hand Bells, Tingsha Cymbals, Conch Shells, Drums, and Bone Horn Trumpets

Marin County-based Walden has produced countless number-one hits with legendary artists such as Aretha Franklin, Al Jarreau, and Whitney Houston. He is credited with launching the careers of Houston and Mariah Carey, and the list of his collaborators reads like a Who's Who of popular music - Sting, Al Green, Ray Charles, Diana Ross, Steve Winwood, Clarence Clemons and Weather Report. He also produced soundtracks for popular films including: The Bodyguard, Free Willy, and 9 ½ Weeks.

Carlos Santana is a music legend almost without peer. He has 18 gold, platinum and multi-platinum records spanning his nearly 40-year career. He has recorded with his band since 1968, and in collaboration with, among other music luminaries, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Rob Thomas of the band matchbox 20, Eric Clapton and Lauryn Hill.

About Angela Bofill (
Bofill scored several dance hits in the 1970s and 80s, such as Angel of the Night, in 1978 and 1983's Too Tough, but has recently suffered significant health setbacks. Walden and Bofill have worked together for more than 25 years - Arista Records' then-chief Clive Davis teamed Bofill with Walden in 1981 to produce her first commercial jazz-pop-R&B crossover recording, Something About You. Walden produced her next two recordings, 1983's Teaser and Too Tough.


Warner Music Group Corp. (NYSE: WMG) and the family of Frank Sinatra announced today that they have established a worldwide partnership to integrate content, rights management and the preservation of the legendary entertainer's inspirational personality and prodigious body of work under a single entity. The partnership will operate under the name Frank Sinatra Enterprises (FSE) and will manage all aspects of Sinatra's artistic contribution to music, film and stage. FSE will also administer all licenses for the use of Sinatra's name and likeness.

FSE will own Sinatra's recordings from the Reprise era as well as a treasure trove of films, television specials and unreleased footage, photos and audio recordings, which collectively represent one of the foremost bodies of artistic work of the modern era. FSE will also own and manage Sinatra's name and likeness rights and will represent the artist's rights to the Columbia and Capitol catalogues. The Frank Sinatra Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization will continue under the family's aegis.

FSE intends to pursue innovative new product and venture opportunities with respect to the legendary entertainer's name and likeness, as well as for the audio and visual content, which it will administer. "Because it was most important to our family to preserve and honor his legacy, we were extremely selective in choosing a partner with whom to manage our father's life work. It was a process that took several years," stated the Sinatra family, represented by Nancy, Tina and Frank Sinatra, Jr. "Our father founded Reprise Records almost 50 years ago; we have worked with Warner Music Group for many years, and we are thrilled to continue the journey with them and the new company into the future."

"Frank Sinatra created one of the most enduring and influential bodies of work the world has ever experienced and we consider it a great privilege that his family has decided to significantly expand and enhance our relationship," said Edgar Bronfman, Jr., Chairman and CEO of Warner Music Group. "Over the past several years WMG has transformed itself from a traditional music company to an organization that can manage virtually every facet of an artist's brand or career. So it is a particular honor that through this joint venture we'll be able to manage, with the Sinatra family, the legacy of not only one of our greatest artists, but as founder of Reprise Records, one of the creative cornerstones of our company."

"Frank Sinatra is an icon known the world over. We are extremely honored to continue working with the Sinatra family to preserve and expand his rich legacy," says Scott Pascucci, president of Warner Music Group's Rhino Entertainment. Representatives from the Sinatra family and Warner Music Group will jointly manage FSE, with day-to-day operations being handled by Rhino executives Jimmy Edwards and Gregg Goldman along with Sinatra archivist/producer Charles Pignone, who will report to co-chairs Scott Pascucci and Robert A. Finkelstein. Additionally, Tina Sinatra and Edgar Bronfman, Jr. will sit on the Board of Directors.

One of the most important pop culture figures of the 20th century, Frank Sinatra's career spanned many disciplines. As a recording artist, actor, cabaret and concert star, radio, film and television personality, and occasional producer, director and conductor, Frank Sinatra's achievements earned him three Oscars, two Golden Globes, 10 personal Grammys (and a total of 21 including those for his albums), an Emmy, a Cecile B. DeMille Award, and a Peabody. One of the most prestigious awards Sinatra received was the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award by the Motion Picture Society of America. This award, presented only a few times in the Academy's history, is given to an "individual in the motion picture industry whose humanitarian efforts have brought credit to the industry." Sinatra's charitable legacy is legendary. His pioneering fight against prejudice is one of the important facets that shaped his life from childhood on the streets of Hoboken, New Jersey. His short film, "The House I Live In" received a special Oscar in 1945.

Throughout his 60-year career, "Ol' Blue Eyes" demonstrated a remarkable ability to thrive in changing times, moving deftly from the swing era to the rock-and-roll era. He performed on more than 1,400 recordings, was awarded 31 gold, nine platinum, three double platinum and one triple platinum album by the Recording Industry Association of America. He also appeared in 58 films, and produced eight motion pictures. Frank Sinatra was awarded Lifetime Achievement Awards from the Grammys, The Screen Actors Guild, The Kennedy Center and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), as well as the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal, and remains a legend and inspiration to thousands for his contributions to culture and the arts.

Frank Sinatra began the golden age in which American popular music became a universal language and this extraordinary creative genius is its most articulate spokesman worldwide. Sinatra's contribution to our life and times extends far beyond his music, to embrace an exuberance, a zest for life, a sense of style and a glorious self-confidence that define, for all time, what it meant to be young at heart and have the world on a string. His spirit and vision continue to be defined by the wisdom and insight from the legacy of work he left behind.
FSE was represented by the law firm of Proskauer Rose LLP and The Salter Group. WMG was represented by the law firm of Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher.

About Warner Music Group
Warner Music Group became the only stand-alone music company to be publicly traded in the United States in May 2005. With its broad roster of new stars and legendary artists, Warner Music Group is home to a collection of the best-known record labels in the music industry including Asylum, Atlantic, Bad Boy, Cordless, East West, Elektra, Lava, Nonesuch, Reprise, Rhino, Roadrunner, Rykodisc, Sire, Warner Bros. and Word. Warner Music International, a leading company in national and international repertoire, operates through numerous international affiliates and licensees in more than 50 countries. Warner Music Group also includes Warner/Chappell Music, one of the world's leading music publishers, with a catalog of more than one million copyrights worldwide.


Michael McDonald is busy as he continues to perform dates around the country this fall. The popular vocalist is currently working on the follow-up to his top selling classics collections, 2004's Motown and 2005's Motown Two. McDonald currently appears on the new album by Chaka Khan, titled Funk This! on a duet of his composition "You Belong To Me." The tune is among the most-played new singles at smooth jazz radio. His most recent CD release was actually the 2005 holiday set Through The Many Winters, which was available exclusively through Hallmark stores.

Upcoming dates for Michael McDonald include:

November 29 - Clearwater, FL - Ruth Eckerd Hall
December 1 - Louisville, KY - Louisville Palace Theatre
December 2 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
December 3 - Cleveland, OH - Palace Theatre
December 6 - Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre
December 7 - Mount Pleasant, MI - Soaring Eagle Casino
December 9 - Columbus, OH - Schottenstein Center
December 11 - Detroit, MI - Detroit Orchestra Hall
December 13 - Milwaukee, WI - Riverside Theatre
December 14 - Altoona, IA - Prairie Meadows Casino
December 16 - Prior Lake, MN - Mystic Lake Casino
December 18 - Kansas City, MO - Ameristar Hotel & Casino
December 20 - Denver, CO - Paramount Theatre


Smooth Jazz guitarist Jeff Golub recently hit the number one spot on the smooth jazz airplay charts with his version of "Ain't No Woman (Like The One I've Got)" featuring saxophonist Richard Elliot. The tune is from Golub's CD new CD, Grand Central. The song, "Ain't No Woman" was originally a hit for Motown group The Four Tops in 1972.


Columbia Records has just released "August Rush - Music From The Motion Picture," the soundtrack album from the widely-anticipated Warner Bros. Pictures film. "August Rush – Music From The Motion Picture" is available online and in stores now.

"August Rush - Music From The Motion Picture" is a showcase of sounds from the music-driven drama starring Freddie Highmore, Keri Russell, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers with Terrence Howard and Robin Williams. The soundtrack album includes original tracks by John Legend ("Someday"), John Ondrasik ("King of the Earth") and female guitar virtuoso Kaki King ("Bari Improv," "Ritual Dance"); covers by Chris Botti & Paula Cole (Billie Holiday's "God Bless The Child"), Leon Thomas III (Ritchie Valens' "LaBamba"), and Jonathan Rhys Meyers (pieces based on works by Johann Sebastian Bach and Sir Edward Elgar as well as Van Morrison's "Moondance," also covered by Chris Botti on the album); and selections from the film's
musical score composed by Mark Mancina.

"August Rush," in theaters November 21, tells the story of a charismatic young Irish guitarist (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) and a sheltered young cellist (Keri Russell) who have a chance encounter one magical night above New York's Washington Square but are torn apart, leaving in their wake an infant, August, orphaned by circumstance. Now performing on the streets of New York and cared for by a mysterious stranger (Robin Williams), August (Freddie Highmore) uses his remarkable musical talent to seek the parents from whom he was separated at birth. The film, which also stars Terrence Howard, is directed by Kirsten Sheridan and produced by Richard Barton Lewis from a screenplay by Nick Castle and James V. Hart, story by Paul Castro and Nick Castle.

"August Rush - Music From The Motion Picture"


1. Main Title - Mark Mancina
2. Bach/Break - Steve Erdody and Jonathan Rhys Meyers
3. Moondance featuring Jonathan Rhys Meyers
4. This Time - Jonathan Rhys Meyers
5. Bari Improv - Kaki King
6. Ritual Dance - Kaki King
7. Raise It Up - Jamia Simone Nash and Impact Repertory Theater
8. Dueling Guitars - Heitor Pereira and Doug Smith
9. Elgar/Something Inside - Steve Erdody and Jonathan Rhys Meyers
10. August's Rhapsody featuring Freddie Highmore - Mark Mancina
11. Someday - John Legend
12. King of the Earth - John Ondrasik
13. God Bless the Child - Chris Botti and Paula Cole
14. La Bamba - Leon Thomas III
15. Moondance - Chris Botti (Hidden Track)


Chris Standring has just finished work on his brand new album entitle “Love & Paragraphs.” It’s scheduled for release in January. Chris is releasing this on his own record label - Ultimate Vibe Recordings. He’s contracted for a joint venture with The Artizen Music Group (Rick Braun & Richard' Elliot’s label) which enables him to have national distribution through Ryko. Speaking of Rick Braun and Richard Elliot, Chris Standring has co-written a song with them called "R n R", the first single from their new album of the same name. The song is a huge hit on the smooth jazz radio and was recently charted at number one for the eighth week running.


Rafe Gomez brings the sound of the groove boutique to The Key Club in Newark, New Jersey. He’ll spin his mixes every Wednesday from 6 to 9PM beginning on December 5. The Key Club is at 58 Park Place in Newark.


The 2008 Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival will feature performances by Jill Scott, Anita Baker, Diana Ross, Billy Ocean, Hugh Masakela, Beres Hammond. The three-day music festival runs from January 24-26, 2008 in Montego Bay and it is being billed as the “Caribbean’s biggest party.” The event will celebrate its 22nd year and is expected to attract over 40,000 music fans from all over the world.


Ladysmith Black Mambazo will perform the following concerts:
November 29 @ Is Sanat Istanbul Hall, Istanbul Turkey
December 1 @ Auditorium Massimo, Rome Italy
December 3 @ Konsorthuset, Stockholm Sweden
December 4 @ Kaarli Church, Tallinn Estonia
December 5 @ Konzerthaus, Vienna Austria
January 15 @ St. Pauls School, Concord NH
January 16 @ Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield MA
January 18 @ Standers Theatre, Cambridge MA
January 19 @ Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy NY
January 20 @ Kimmel Center, Philadelphia PA
January 22@ Paramount Theater, Charlottesville VA
January 23 @ Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Baltimore MD
January 25 @ State Theatre, Ithaca NY
January 26 @ B.B. King's Blues Club, New York NY
January 27 @ Sunoco Performance Theatre, Harrisburg PA
January 29 @ Victoria Theatre, Dayton OH
January 30 @ EJ Thomas Hall, Akron OH
February 1 @ Spivey Hall, Morrow GA
February 2 @ Phillips Center, Gainesville FL
February 8 @ Holland PAC, Omaha NE
February 9 @ Harris Center, Grinnell LA
February 10 @ Blanche M. Touhill PAC, St. Louis MO
February 12 @ Humphrey Coliseum, Mississippi St. MS
February 14 @ Manship Theatre, Baton Rouge LA
February 15 @ Manship Theatre, Baton Rouge LA
February 17 @ Rosa Hart Theatre, Lake Charles LA
February 18 @ Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth TX
February 20 @ Kiva Auditorium, Albuquerque NM
February 22 @ Prochnow Auditorium, Flagstaff AZ
February 23 @ Rialto Theatre, Tucson AZ
February 24 @ Scottsdale Center, Scottsdale AZ
February 26 @ Bovard Auditorium, Los Angeles CA
February 27 @ Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara CA
February 28 @ Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, San Francisco CA
February 29 @ Laxson Auditorium, Chico CA
March 1 @ Napa Valley Opera House, Napa CA
March 2 @ John Van Duzer Theatre, Arcata CA
March 4 @ Tower Theatre, Bend OR
March 5 @ Egyptian Theatre, Boise ID
March 6 @ Stephens PAC, Pocatello ID
March 8 @ Alberta Bair Theater, Billings MT
March 9 @ Emerson Center, Bozeman MT
March 11 @ The Met, Spokane WA
March 12 @ Moore Theatre, Seattle WA
March 13 @ Aladdin Theater, Portland OR
March 14 @ Admiral Theatre, Bremerton WA
March 15 @ McDonald Theatre, Eugene OR
June 1 @ Kennedy Center in Washington DC

Friday, November 23, 2007


Tom Scott has recently recorded a new album for the Concord label that pays tribute to the late saxophone player Julian "Cannonball" Adderley. Special guests on the CD include Terence Blanchard, George Duke, Marcus Miller, Steve Gadd, and Nancy Wilson. The still-untitled CD is due to be released in January 2008. Scott included an Adderley tune as well as tunes by Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, and Michel Legrand on his 2006 straight ahead jazz outing, Bebop United.


Ziggy Marley announces the re-release of his Grammy-winning album Love Is My Religion, including three bonus tracks as well as an independent distribution deal. In a bold move, Marley is eschewing the traditional record industry formula and big name labels, instead penning a distribution deal between Tuff Gong Worldwide and Ryko Distribution.

Love Is My Religion was originally released in the US exclusively at Target Stores and is now scheduled for wide distribution on December 4, 2007, with additional material including live recordings of Jammin, Dragonfly, and Look Who's Dancin'. These live tracks, plus the highly-anticipated live DVD (scheduled for early 2008 release), were recorded at Los Angeles' Avalon during the 2006 Love Is My Religion world tour.

Pushing the envelope is an inborn trait for Ziggy Marley. He comes by it honestly. He has remained true to the independent nature instilled inhim by his legendary father, establishing himself in recent years as a solo artist and producing his first independently-released projects on the Tuff Gong Worldwide label. Firmly instituted as a solo artist, he has now set his sights on yet another quest.

Tuff Gong was first founded in 1965 by Bob Marley, with the vision of producing, distributing, and promoting his music free from the constraints of corporate label politics. In a time decades before artist-owned record labels were commonplace, Marley's vision was characteristically well ahead of it's time. Now, nearly half a century later, his dream is being realized.

Ziggy released his first solo effort, Dragonfly, in 2003. The album included guest artists from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Incubus. His second solo album, Love is My Religion, was released in July of 2006 and garnered Marley his first solo Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album, giving him a total of four Grammys. Love soared to #6 on the Billboard Reggae charts.

Love showcases Ziggy's keenly honed talents as a composer, producer, and musician, with all tracks written and produced by Ziggy, and shared production on three tracks with Grammy-winning producer Ross Hogarth. Marley also played a majority of the instruments on the album.

Born in Trench Town, Jamaica, Ziggy Marley was surrounded by the sights and sounds of the Jamaican recording industry. First accompanying his father in the studio at a tender age, he soon joined with his siblings to form The Melody Makers. The act enjoyed two decades of successful touring and recording, netting three Grammy Awards and worldwide notoriety.

Ziggy has contributed to a variety of soundtracks including 50 First Dates, Dora the Explorer, the PBS children's show Arthur, and Shark's Tale, in which he delved into acting for the first time, playing the character of Bernie, the Jamaican jellyfish. In addition to his skills as a singer, songwriter and producer, Ziggy founded U.R.G.E. (Unlimited Resources Giving Enlightenment), a non-profit organization that benefits a wide range of charitable children's causes in Jamaica, Ethiopia and other developing nations. More recently he has lent his support to the Youth AIDS campaign.

More information about Ziggy is available at


Bobby Caldwell is gearing up for a tour of Japan during the month of December with a string of performance scheduled for various Billboard Live venues. Next year, Caldwell teams with Joyce Cooling for a special performance at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona.
December 6 @ Billboard Live, Tokyo Japan
December 7 @ Billboard Live, Tokyo Japan
December 8 @ Billboard Live, Tokyo Japan
December 10 @ Billboard Live, Osaka Japan
December 11 @ Billboard Live, Osaka Japan
December 12 @ Billboard Live, Osaka Japan
December 14 @ Billboard Live, Fukuoka Japan
December 15 @ Billboard Live, Fukuoka Japan
December 16 @ Billboard Live, Fukuoka Japan
December 31 @ Rossi’s Blue Bar, Minneapolis MN
February 23 @ Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix AZ


Pat Metheny will perform the following concerts:
February 23 @ Yoshi's, San Francisco CA
February 26 @ Anthology, San Diego CA
February 27 @ Anthology, San Diego CA
February 29 @ Fox Theatre, Tucson AZ
March 1 @ el Pedregal, Scottsdale AZ
March 2 @ Lensic PAC, Santa Fe NM
March 5 @ Verizon Wireless Theatre, Houston TX
March 6 @ Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth TX
March 9 @ Center for the Arts, Boca Raton FL
March 10 @ Tampa Theatre, Tampa FL
March 11 @ Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach FL
March 14 @ State Theatre, Falls Church VA
March 15 @ Keswick Theatre Glenside PA
March 16 @ Somerville Theatre, Somerville MA
March 18 @ Town Hall, New York NY

Tuesday, November 20, 2007


Van Morrison will perform the following concerts:
November 23 @ Theatre Royal Norwich, Norwich UK
November 24 @ Theatre Royal Norwich, Norwich UK
November 30 @ The Sage, Gateshead UK
December 1 @ International Centre, Harrogate UK
December 7@ Ironworks, Inverness UK
December 8 @ Ironworks, Inverness UK
December 19 @ Providence PAC, Providence RI
December 20 @ Northrop Auditorium, Minneapolis MN
December 21 @ Grand Sierra Resort, Reno NV
December 27 @ Nob Hill Masonic, San Francisco CA
December 28 @ Nob Hill Masonic, San Francisco CA
December 29 @ Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas TX
December 30 @ Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas TX
January 18 @ Carling Apollo Hammersmith, London UK
January 25 @ City Hall, Sheffield UK
January 26 @ Opera House, Blackpool UK
February 29 @ Palladium, Cologne Germany
March 1 @ Jahrhunderthalle Hoechst, Frankfurg Germany
March 21 @ New Theatre Oxford, Oxford UK
March 22 @ Colston Hall, Bristol UK
March 27 @ Bridgewater Hall, Manchester UK
March 28 @ Bridgewater Hall, Manchester UK
April 25 @ Baltiska Hallen, Malmo Sweden
April 26 @ Lisebergshallen, Goteborg Sweden
May 9 @ Tempodrom, Berlin Germany


David Sanborn is in the studio working on his next CD project. On his website, the influential jazz player says he has gone into the studio with veteran Phil Ramone, who has worked with Elton John, Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis, Dave Koz, Barbra Streisand, Chicago, and dozens more. Sanborn's last studio release was 2005's Closer, which was produced by Stewart Levine. Sanborn recently wrapped a series of dates in Washington, D.C at Blues Alley on November 14th and 15th.


Simply Red lead singer Mick Hucknall has announced that British pop soul band Simply Red has decided to split up in 2009. Mick Hucknall told the U.K.'s Gold Radio that the group plans to split up after 25 years together. Simply Red's current CD, Stay, will be its final release, and the group will disband after completing a series of tour dates. Hucknall will then focus on a solo career, where he can "invent a new form of music" influenced by R&B tracks from the 1960s. "It's a big challenge but I can't do it under the name of Simply Red," Hucknall said. He’s already completed work on his first solo project, which is a tribute to Bobby Bland, a blues and R&B artist. Simply Red formed in 1984with three ex-members of the band Durutti Column -- bassist Tony Bowers, drummer Chris Joyce, and keyboard and brass player Tim Kellett -- as well as guitarist Sylvan Richardson and keyboardist Fritz McIntyre. The group charted its first single in 1985 with "Money's Too Tight To Mention" from their debut Playbook. The band subsequently released nine more albums, including the current Stay, their first issue on the label. Simply Red's performance of the Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes classic "If You Don't Know Me By Now" earned a 1989 Grammy Award for writers Gamble & Huff as best R&B song. Simply Red is releasing a new version of "The World And You Tonight," as their last single


Dave Koz and his friends are in rehearsal as we speak, busily preparing for their 10th Annual Smooth Jazz Christmas Show. Along for the ride this year are Jonathan Butler, Wayman Tisdale and American Idol’s Kimberley Locke take to the stage. Here is the full schedule for the Dave Koz Annual Smooth Jazz Christmas Show.

Nov. 23 – Lake Tahoe, NV @ Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe
Nov. 24 – Denver, CO @ Paramount Theatre
Nov. 26 – Baltimore, MD @ Hippodrome Theatre
Nov. 28 – West Reading, PA @ Scottish Rite Catherdral Performing
Nov. 29 – Sewell, NJ @ Commerce Bank Arts Center
Nov. 30 – Morristown, NJ @ Community Theatre
Dec. 1 – Melbourne, FL @ King Center for Performing Arts
Dec. 2 – Naples, FL @ Philharmonic Center for the Arts
Dec. 3 – Clearwater, FL @ Ruth Eckerd Hall
Dec. 4 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ AuRene Theatre Broward Center for Performing Arts
Dec. 5 – Sarasota, FL @ Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Dec. 7 – New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
Dec. 8 – Columbus, OH @ Palace Theatre
Dec. 9 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre
Dec. 11 – Cleveland, OH @ Playhouse Square Center
Dec. 12 – Detroit, MI @ Music Hall
Dec. 13 - Temecula, CA @ Pechanga Resort Casino
Dec. 14 – San Diego, CA @ Copley Symphony Hall
Dec. 15 – Oakland, CA @ Paramount Theatre
Dec. 16 – Tacoma, WA @ Temple Theatre
Dec. 19 – Mesa, AZ @ Mesa Arts Center/Ikeda Theatre
Dec. 21 – Cerritos, CA @ Cerritos Center for the Perfoming Arts
Dec. 22 – Cerritos, CA @ Cerritos Center for the Perfoming Arts

Friday, November 09, 2007


Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds will return to the road for his first U.S. tour date schedule in years this fall, in support of PLAYLIST. His newest album is the first release on the newly re-launched Mercury Records label, and feat­ur­es his new Top 10 version of James Taylor’s “Fire & Rain.” The U.S. tour has just been expanded to a dozen cities, opening Friday, November 23rd at The Paramount Theater in Oakland, CA, and running to December 14th at Chrysler Hall in Norfolk, VA. Kenny's special guest is Ayo, the critically-acclaimed, International platinum soul singer/songwriter whose U.S. debut CD will be released on Interscope Records on November 20th. Her PBS special, "Live From Monte Carlo", will air in December.

PLAYLIST is the first Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds album devoted (mostly) to cover versions of some of his favorite songs. Building on the success of “Fire & Rain” at the AC and Smooth Jazz radio formats, Edmonds’ original “Not Going Nowhere” recently moved inside the Top 40 at Urban AC. In addition to another original song, “The Soldier Song,” an evocative elegy in this time of war, PLAYLIST contains definitive new versions of songs from Bob Dylan (“Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door”), Dan Fogelberg (“Longer”), James Taylor (“Shower The People”), Eric Clapton (“Wonderful Tonight”), Bread (“Diary”), Jim Croce (“Time In A Bottle”), and Dave Loggins (“Please Come To Boston”).

As momentum for PLAYLIST continues, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds has maintained a high profile on TV and in the media. Television performances have included: The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, Live with Regis & Kelly, CMT Crossroads Concert Special featuring Trisha Yearwood, Ellen, and The Tyra Banks Show. Upcoming appearances include: The Tavis Smiley Show, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Late Night with Conan O’Brien.

Nov. 23 Oakland, CA The Paramount Theater
Nov. 24 Sparks, NV Rose Ballroom at the John Ascuaga's Nugget
Nov. 30 Detroit, MI Palace of Auburn Hills
Dec. 1 Indianapolis, IN Madame Walker Theater Center
Dec. 2 Cincinnati, OH Cintas Center
Dec. 5 Westbury, NY North Fork Theater @ Westbury
Dec. 7 Philadelphia, PA Keswick Theater
Dec. 8 Boston, MA Berklee Performing Arts Center9 New York, NY Nokia Theatre
Dec. 10 Alexandria, VA Birchmere
Dec. 12 Atlanta, GA Cobb Energy Centre
Dec. 14 Norfolk, VA Chrysler Hall

For more info and ticket details, go to


Trippin 'N' Rhythm Records is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of bass player to the stars ''Sekou Bunch''. Bunch's trippin debut "The Next Level" bows late 1st quarter '08 and is an absolute who's who in Smooth jazz/ urban radio, and features stand out performances by Stanley Clarke, Boney James, George Duke, Angela Winbush, Everette Harp and Sheila E.

Say's label CEO / President Les Cutmore," having recently trimmed some fat from our roster, has enabled us to secure this truly amazing talent. The incredible success we have had recently with U-Nam and Oli Silk, further confirms to us that this is the direction that we need to be headed as a record company by continuing to bring new and exciting artist's into the fold.

Sekou may not be new in terms of what he has accomplished in the business as a first call session and touring player, but as he finally takes hold of the reigns as a leader, this top shelf, A game player/performer will bring a new sense of excitement to our label and to radio as well". Bunch's resume sounds like the VIP list for an Grammy after party, having shared the stage and or recording studio with Quincy Jones, Rod Stewart, Stevie Wonder, Roger Daltry, Whitney Houston, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Luther Vandross, Anita Baker, Ray Charles, Chaka Khan, George Benson, Wayne Shorter, George Howard, Tom Browne, Lionel Richie, the Tonight Show Band .Phew.. to name just a few.

Receiving his very first RIAA Certified Gold Record at the young age of 17 playing on the best selling funk classic "Funkin For Jamaica" with Tom Browne, Bunch established himself as a bass player to watch and has since spread his wings into television staring in the 13th installment of the International hit Survivor "Cook Islands" and carries the distinction of being the first one voted off the island. Being the first one voted off didn't faze me, say's Bunch. I felt Victorious. It was a great experience and the opportunity of a lifetime".Say's Cutmore, "Sekou's time has come. He has been the consummate sideman for years and we feel it is time for him to step front and center and take his rightful place as a leader. His feel and mastery of him instrument are truly unparalleled. It is time for him to take things to The Next Level and we couldn't be happier welcoming him into the trippin family"."The Next Level", will be released to radio late spring '08

Thursday, November 08, 2007


B.B. King will perform the following concerts:
November 12-13 - BB King Blues Club, New York, NY
November 15 - Broome County Arena, Binghamton, NY
November 16 - Burlington Memorial Auditorium, Burlington, VT
November 17 - Lowell Municipal Auditorium, Lowell, MA
November 18 - Kirby Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA
November 21 - Singletary Center, Lexington, KY
November 23 - Cincinnati Music Hall, Cincinnati, OH
November 24 - Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
November 25 - French Lick Springs Resort, French Lick, IN
November 27 - Rosebud Theatre, Effingham, IL
November 28 - Peoria Civic Center, Peoria, IL
November 30 - Chevrolet Centre, Youngstown, OH
December 1 - Palace Theatre, Columbus, OH
December 27 - Palace Theatre, El Paso, TX
December 28 - Route 66 Casino, Albuquerque, NM
December 29 - Maricopa Events Center, Sun City West, AZ
December 31 - Star of the Desert Arena, Primm, NV
January 3 - House of Blues, Anaheim, CA
January 4 - The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA
January 5 - Fantasy Springs Casino,Indio, CA
January 9 - Rogue Theatre, Grants Pass, OR
January 10 - Feather Falls Casino, Oroville, CA
January 11 - Marin County Civic Center, San Rafael, CA
January 25 - Uptown Theatre, Kansas City, MO
January 26 - Tulsa PAC, Tulsa, OK
January 27 - Eureka Springs City Auditorium, Eureka Springs, AR
January 29 - Stiefel Theatre, Salina, KS
January 31 - Morris PAC, South Bend, IN
February 1 - Soaring Eagle Casino, Mt. Pleasant, MI
February 5 - Mystic Lake Casino, Prior Lake, MN
February 7 - Hancher Auditorium, Iowa City, IA
February 8 - Center for the Performing Arts, University Park, IL
February 9 - Genesee Theatre, Waukegan, IL
February 10 - Prairie Meadows, Altoona, IA
February 13 - The Family Arena, St. Charles, MO
February 15 - Fox Cities PAC, Appleton, WI
February 16 - Fox Theatre, Detroit, MI
February 28-29 - Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA
March 1 - House of Blues, Atlantic City, NJ


"SATISFIED", the highly anticipatedalbum from recording artist TAYLOR DAYNE, is set for release on February5th, 2008. Dayne's fifth studio album and first effort in ten years,"SATISFIED" delivers a powerful selection of 13 songs from acclaimed writers and producers including Rick Nowels, Billy Steinberg, Mike Mangini, Peter Wade, and Richie Jones, among others. With "SATISFIED", Dayne is poised to triumphantly return to the forefront of popular music. Dayne is no stranger to success.

Known worldwide for her premier vocals and hit recordings, she has sold over 75 million albums and singles worldwide and has had ten Top 10 hits including "Tell It To My Heart" and"Love Will Lead You Back," three Grammy nominations, and two sold-out worldtours. On "SATISFIED", Dayne has opted to leave the major labels behind and make her own way by releasing her newest offering on her own label, Intention Music, distributed by Adrenaline/ADA, Warner Music. "This is an exciting time musically for me," says Dayne. "And this record reflects that. It was great to have the opportunity to be creative and make some magic with some of the producers and writers I have admired over the years. This record has been a long time coming."

"Beautiful", the first single from the disc, will hit radio in November 2007 and will be available for download everywhere on December 11, 2007. The song is co-written by Dayne, who also co-writes three additional songs on the album, and is the perfect introduction to "SATISFIED".


As the holidays approach, eMusic hits a new level of critical mass: today, the world's largest retailer of independent music -- and the world's second-largest digital music service after iTunes -- announces that it has surpassed 350,000 paid subscribers and that its catalogue totals more than three million tracks. Since establishing the current subscription model in 2003, eMusic has sold more than 165 million music downloads and, in the last 50 days alone, approximately 25,000 digital audiobooks. The 350,000 subscriber benchmark comes only six months since eMusic reached 300,000 subscribers in April. And, with more than three million tracks from more than 20,000 labels, eMusic's offers the largest catalogue of independent music ever assembled.

eMusic customers include conventional web-based subscribers and subscribers to eMusic Mobile, eMusic's over-the-air download service with AT&T, which is now available on 14 mobile phones. eMusic's rich catalogue of independent music continues to grow with new label and distributor signings, as well as new labels added through existing agreements. New titles from every musical genre -- including jazz, classical, r&b, metal, electronic and more -- arrive on a weekly basis.

Labels recently or about to be added include:
Rough Trade
Madacy Entertainment
Harmonia Mundi France
Shout Factory
Rooftop Comedy
Boompa Records
Brunswick Records
Century Media
Clone Records
Dragonstorm Records
Dorian Records
The Echo Label Limited
Engine Company Red
Exceptional Records
Giant Slayer Records
Gusto Records
Jay Records
Lone Hill Jazz
Lyrita Records
Made in eTaly
MGM Distribution
Neurodisc Records
N.E.W.S. Distribution NV
Newline Records
Pinnacle Entertainment, Ltd.
RSK Entertainment
604 Records
Southern Records Distributors
Squealer Music
Vee-Jay Records
Vox Records

"We are elated to be hitting our stride just as our busiest time of year -- the holiday season -- kicks into high gear," said David Pakman, President and CEO of eMusic. "While other subscription services have lost customers, these milestones demonstrate eMusic's momentum as we simultaneously grow our catalogue and our customer base and add new methods of distribution and product lines. Sophisticated consumers of music and literature know that eMusic is the place to discover entertainment that will move their feet and feed their minds. We have never been more excited about our business and our customers' response to it."

eMusic ( is a digital entertainment retailer focused on serving customers aged 25+ by offering independent music and audiobooks in a universally compatible format at a great value. It is the world's largest retailer of independent music and the world's second-largest digital music service after iTunes, with more than three million tracks from 20,000 of the world's leading independent labels and over 1,000 titles from top audiobook publishers. To super-serve its customers, eMusic provides award-winning editorial content, a vibrant online community and unrivaled music discovery tools. eMusic's subscription-based service offers 25 free downloads and one free book at sign-up, giving consumers an inexpensive, low-risk way to explore great new music and books they wouldn't find otherwise. Its universally compatible MP3 files play on any audio device including the iPod®. Based in New York with an office in London, Inc. is wholly owned by Dimensional Associates, Inc., the private equity arm of JDS Capital Management, Inc.


Alison Moyer – The Turn (W14 Music/UK)
Andy Lewis – You Should Be Hearing Something Now (Acid Jazz/UK)
Arrested Development – Since The Last Time (Vagabond)
Arthur Verocai – Encore (Far Out/UK)
Bobby Womack – Roads Of Life (Arista/Expansion/UK)
Bugge Wesseltoft – IM (Jazzland/Norway)
Charles Mingus – 20th Century Masters: The Millenium Collection (Verve/UME)
Dennis Brown – Visions Of Dennis Brown (VP)
Eddy Meets Yannah – Once In A While (Compost/Germany)
Eumir Deodato Trio – Ao Vivo No Rio (Biscoito Fino/Brazil)
Frank Rosolino – I Play Trombone (Bethlehem/Japan)
Frank Sinatra – The Cole Porter Songbook (Acrobatic/RED)
Gato Barbieri – Bahia (Fania)
Immagrant’s Bossa Band – Message (DIE The Garden/Japan)
Inobe – Spiritual Soul (Modest Music)
John Coltrane – The Impulse! Albums: Volume One (Verve)
Jonathan Butler – Jonathan Butler Live In South Africa (CD/DVD; Rendezvous)
Julie London – All Through The Night: Julie London Sings The Choicest Of Cole Porter (Blue Note)
Kiruna – Tarasarus (Plastic Strip Press/Norway)
Kutiman – Melting Pot (Germany)
Lorna Luft – Songs My Mother Taught Me (First Night/UK)
Main Ingredient – Spinning Around – The Singlews 1967-1975 (RCA/Kent/UK)
Miles Bonny – Closer Love EP (Melting Pot/Germany)
Nancy Wilson – The Nancy Wilson Show (Blue Note)
Peabo Bryson – Quiet Storm (Wounded Bird)
Peabo Bryson – Positive (Wounded Bird)
Perry Como – Lightly Latin (SSJ/Japan)
Quantic Soul Orchestra – Tropidelico (Tru Thoughts/UK)
Ray Barretto – Greatest Hits: I’m A Man (Fania)
Ray Charles – Live At Montreux 1977 (DVD; Eagle Vision)
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss – Raising Sand (Rounder)
Ruben Blades – Nothing But The Truth (Wounded Bird)
Sarah Vaughan – Divine One (Roulette)
Stanley Clarke – Children Of Forever Polydor)
Tamba Trio – Tamba Trio (Phillips/Japan)
Temptations – Back To Front (New Door/UME)
Youssou N’Dour – Rokku Mi Rokka/Give And Take (Nonesuch)
Will Downing – After Tonight (Peak/Concord)
Zimba Trio – Volume 3 (RGE/Bomba/Japan)


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