April/May 2007

May 3, 2007

April 16

Ray Anthony – Swingin at the Tower (Montpellier)

Darrell Grant – Truth and Reconciliation (Origin)

Hot Club Sanwich – Green Room (Modern Hot)

Todd Herbert – The Path to Infiniti (Metropolitan)

Clay Jenkins – Blues State (Jazz Compass)

J.J. Johnson – J.J. Johnson’s Last Concert (Jamey Aebersold)

Dave Liebman – Teaches and Plays (Jamey Aebersold)

Donald Rubenstein – Acceptance, Tangled Up in Bob (Rhombus)

Tony Scott – A Jazz Life (Kind of Blue)

Frank Vignola – Vignola Plays Gershwin (Mel Bay)

Weather Report – Live at Montreux Jazz Festival 1976 (Eagle Vision USA)

April 23

George Benson – Good King Bad (Mosaic Contemporary)

Bob Brookmeyer – Old Friends (Avalon)

Michel Camilo – Spirit of the Moment (Telarc)

Avishai Cohen – As is#133; Live at the Blue Note (Halfnote)

Sacha Distel – Sasha’s Guitar (El)

Grant Green – His Majesty King Funk (Sundazed)

Herbie Hancock – Mastercuts (Maa)

Jean-Luc Ponty – Life Enigma (Koch)

Thomas Ruckert – Blue in Green (Pirouet)

David Sanborn – Heart to Heart (Mosaic Contemporary)

Hiroshi Suzuki – Cat (Sony/Columbia)

T-Square – 33 (Sony)

Nestor Torres – Very Best of Nestor Torres (Shanachie)

April 30

Tadd Dameron – Mating Call (Prestige)

Fred Hersch – Fred Hersch Trio: Night and the Music (Palmetto)

Yuji Imamura – Beat from the Earth (3D)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Kirk’s Work (Prestige)

Mike Taylor – Pendulum (Sunbeam)

Mike Westbrook – Mama Chicago (Jazzprint)

The Bad Plus ProgMay 7

The Bad Plus – Prog (Heads Up)

Billy Bang – Above and Beyond: An Evening in Grand Ra (Justin Time)

Theo Bleckmann – At Night (Songlines)

Kenny Davern – Dialogues (Arbors)

Steve Davis – Alone Together (Mapleshade)

Hector Martignon – Refugee (Zoho Music)

Dan McMillion – High Octane (Sea Breeze)

Doug Smith – Your Song: Guitar Hits (Columbia River)

If you have information on an upcoming album or music DVD release which you’d like to have included in the next issue of JAZZed, please e-mail editor Christian Wissmuller at: cwissmuller@symphonypublications.com

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