Monday, November 3, 2014

Hear These New Releases Now On Jazz from Gallery 41...

Offering: Live At Temple University

John Coltrane "Offering: Live At Temple University" on the Impulse label, recorded November 11, 1966 with a band that included Pharoah Sanders, Rashied Ali, Alice Coltrane, Sonny Johnson, Steve Knoblauch, Arnold Joyner, Umar ALi, Robert Kenyatta, Charlse Brown, Angie DeWitt.

Manhattan Stories

A 2-disc package "Manhattan Stories" from Resonance Records featuring two concerts recorded in New York in 1965.  Disc 1 recorded at Judson Hall and Disc 2 recorded at Slug's Saloon.  Charles Lloyd with Gabor Szabo, Ron Carter, Pete LaRoca.

Art of Conversation

Also new from Impulse Records is "The Art Of Conversation" with Kenny Barron piano and Dave Holland bass.

Guitar in the Space Age

New on Okeh Records is guitarist Bill Frisell "Guitar In The Space Age" with Greg Leisz - pedal steel & electric guitar, Tony Scherr bass, Kenny Wollesen - drums, percussion, vibes.  Genuinely unique renderings of tunes from the 1950's and 1960's like "Pipeline", "Rebel Rouser", "Turn, Turn, Turn", "Surfer Girl", "Rumble" and more.

Good Tipper

On Posi-Tone Records it's organist Brian Charette "Good Tipper" with Avi Rothbard, Jordan Young, Yotam Silberstein, Mark Ferber, and Joe Sucato.

At the Reception

Pianist/Composer Wayne Horvitz conducts a 14-piece orchestra based in Seattle on "At The Reception" on Songlines Records featuring 14 of his classic compositions.

New Standard

New on RareNoise Records is "The New Standard" from pianist/organist Jamie Saft in a trio setting with Steve Swallow on bass and Bobby Previte drums.

Red Hill

Also new on RareNoise Records in "Red Hill" from trumpter Wadada Leo Smith with Jamie Saft on keyboards, Joe Morris bass, and Balazs Pandi playing the drums.

Kiss in the Dark

Vocalist Alexis Cole has a new release on Chesky Records "A Kiss In The Dark".

There are so many more new recordings that have just come into the library from artists like Jeff Coffin + the mu'tet, Cuong Vu and Richard Karpen, Brian Melvin....and many more.  Come on by and share the music with us whenever you can.  Jazz from Gallery 41 is streaming 24/7 with live shows Monday thru Friday.

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