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From the U.S.: Native Tongue II released February 11, 2016. Featuring Gary Bivona (co-composer, guitar, lead and backing vocals), Alex Dean (tenor sax, alto sax, soprano sax and vocalese), Julio Diaz (trumpet), Jorge Dobal (trombone), Chad Eisinger (drums), Clint Ettorre (electric guitar), David Gregorisch (electric guitar), Wade Judy (trombone), Sasha Dimitri Lo Medico (drums), Marcel Morejon (co-composer, lead and backing vocals), Jerry O’malley (drums), Jose Angelo Ortiz (lead and backing vocals), Drew Preston (electric guitar), David Torre (co-composer), Dorian Vaz (co-composer, acoustic guitar, electric guitar) and Ismael Vergara (tenor sax).March 16, 2016
From West Germany: Wes Montgomery performs West Coast Blues in a rehearsal for the NDR Jazz Workshop – NDR Studio 10, Hamburg, April 30, 1965. Featuring Wes on guitar, with: Martial Solal (piano), Michel Gaudry (bass), Ronnie Stephenson (drums), Hans Koller (alto sax), Johnny Griffin (tenor sax), Ronnie Scott (tenor sax) and Ronnie Ross (baritone).April 14, 2015
From the U.S.: The Brecker Brothers Band Reunion, featuring Randy Brecker (trumpet), Dave Weckl (drums), Will Lee (bass), George Whitty (keyboards), and Ada Rovatti (tenor sax), performs First Tune of the Set at the Blue Note in New York.February 12, 2015
From the U.S.: Giorgi Mikadze, pianist, arranger and orchestrator, performs Michael Jackson’s Love Never Felt So Good at the Berklee Performance Center (BPC) studio with a live ensemble. Love Never Felt So Good was composed by Paul Anka.November 10, 2014
From Belgium: The Jaco Pastorius Band performs Dolphin Dance on “So What?” Featuring Jaco (fretless bass), John Davis (piano), Paul Musavizideh (guitar), Paco Sery (drums) Azar Lawrence (tenor sax), 1985.February 5, 2013
From Germany: Weather Report performs Young and Fine in Offenbach, Germany on September 29, 1978. Featuring Joe Zawinul (keyboards), Wayne Shorter (tenor sax), Jaco Pastorius (fretless bass) and Peter Erskine (drums).July 31, 2012
From the album, Mr. Gone.
From France: Branford Marsalis (tenor sax) performs In the Crease with Joey Calderazzo (piano), Eric Revis (bass) and Justin Faulkner (drums) – Jazz sous les Pommiers, 2009July 6, 2012
Special thanks to Shay Eischen for bringing this to my attention.
From India: East meets West – Indian Carnatic and Hindustani music fused with jazz by way of the Raga Bop Trio – Steve Smith (drums, konnakol), George Brooks (tenor sax, alto sax) and Prasanna (guitar).December 16, 2010
From the U.S.: Kam Falk releases RETRO-RESPECT in July, 2010 – with 11 very special guests. SWEET EMOTION features Kam Falk on keyboards, six-string bass, drum programming and back-up vocals, Gary Bivona on lead and back-up vocals, Bob Hoose on guitar (solo), K.D. MacKendrick on tenor sax, and Keith MacKendrick on guitar. Please check out the links to CDBaby and iTunes below to hear more previews and acquire this CD for your collection… Also available as downloadable .mp3’s.December 11, 2010
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In honor of Jaco Pastorius, who’s 59th birthday was December 2, 2010.