Thursday, May 18, 2017

New Releases Heard Now On Jazz from Gallery 41

There are two new releases from Resonance Records:

Truth, Liberty & Soul - Live In NYC: The Complete 1982 NPR Jazz Alive! [2 CD]

Smokin' In Seattle: Live At The Penthouse (1966) [Deluxe Edition]

New from Fuzzy Music:

In Praise Of Shadows

New from Manfred Eicher's ECM label:

December Avenue

The Dreamer Is the Dream

Cross My Palm With Silver

From Blue Note Records:

Parking Lot Symphony

From Concord Jazz:

The Musician [3 CD/Blu-ray]


Saturday, March 11, 2017

New Releases Coming To Jazz from Gallery 41

Alex Cline - Oceans of Vows

"Oceans Of Vows"
Alex Cline's Flower Garland Orchestra

A deluxe box set of wonderful music that draws inspiration from four poems by Buddhist teacher Thich Nhat Hanh, and also excerpts from the Buddhist text knows as the Avatamsaka Sutra.  Composed and performed by percussionist Alex Cline and his Flower Garland Ochestra.  A group that includes Nels Cline,Yuka C. Honda, G.E. Stinson, Jeff Gauthier, Areni Agbabian, Migual Atwood-Ferguson, Maggie Parkins, Will Salmon, Wayne Peet, Scott Walton, Brad Dutz, Chi Li, conducted by Vicki Ray.

It is almost impossible to come up with descriptors for music this incredible. (Cryptogramophone)


Pianist Billy Childs with saxophonist Steve Wilson, Hans Glawischnig on bass, and playing drums Eric Harland.  (Mack Avenue)

East West Time Line

"East West Time"
Guitarist Kevin Eubanks with a tremendous cast of players such as Nicholas Payton, Dave Holland, Orrin Evans, Jeff "Tain Watts, Mino Cinelu, and many others. (Mack Avenue)

On A Monday Evening (Live)

"On A Monday Evening"
The Bill Evans Trio

Recorded in late 1976, a collection of previously unreleased performances of pianist Bill Evans along with Eddie Gomez playing bass, and Eliot Zigmund on the drums.  (Fantasy Records)

Jazz from Gallery 41 is now streaming 24/7, come on by and share the music with us whenever you can.

Monday, March 6, 2017

Jazz from Gallery 41 - Streaming 24/7

Jazz from Gallery 41 is streaming 24/7 and getting much closer to launching our new schedule of live shows, interviews, occasional live-performances, and more.

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Classics from all the masters.  New and exciting visions of the music.

Come on by and share the music with us whenever you can.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Jazz from Gallery 41 - Interview with producer David Axelrod

Join me this evening at 10 pm Pacific for Jazz from Gallery 41.  I'll be sharing with you a conversation I had in 2007 with David Axelrod who produced with of the biggest Jazz hits of all time, Cannonball Adderley's "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy".  Axelrod also produced Lou Rawls "Live", Harold Land's "The Fox" and many others.  That's at 10 pm Pacific this evening on KCSM-FM91 in the SF Bay Area, or streaming at and also streaming on radiofreeamerica