Albums Reviewed In Our July Issue

Life is Better with Syncopation. Spread The Word!

Here are links to albums reviewed in our July issue so you can purchase them knowing the artists will receive as much as possible. When available, please buy the CD. You can enjoy the liner notes, and support the small labels and studios who make the music possible.


Off The Beaten Tracks- Reviews By Joe Bebco

Catching up with New Orleans Part Two


Doro Wat – Doro Wat

CD Available Here. Or Digital Download From Bandcamp


Smoking Time Jazz Club- Take Your Time And Fly

Downloads from Bandcamp. Check the Band’s website for more info.


Haruka Kikuchi- Japan:New Orleans Series Vol.1-6

Download from Bandcamp, iTunes, or CD Baby.


Riverside Jazz Collective- Stomp Off, Let’s Go!

Download or well-designed CD with liner notes from Bandcamp (we vote CD!)


Panorama Jazz/Brass Band- Song of The Month Club: Good Music For You

Details Here


Nights at the Turntable- Reviews by Scott Yanow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Michael White celebrates three hundred years of New Orleans history with Tricentenial Rag. Cd or Download Available Directly from Basin Street Records


Evan Arntzen Meets La Section Rythmique

Download From Bandcamp


Eric Seddon’s Hot Club: Bootlegs From The Bop Stop

Purchase CD Direct from Artist


The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra: Ain’t It Grand?

Download from Bandcamp or CD From cdbaby


Irving Mills Hotsy Totsy Gang 1930 Plus some Whoopee Makers

CD from the Retrieval Label at Challenge Records


Jazz Classic Of The Month

Jack Teagarden- Think Well Of Me

Available used on CD where you can find it and streaming from several sites.


The Syncopated Bookshelf

Still Ramblin’: The Life and Times of Jim Beatty, by Jim Beatty

Available from Amazon Books


Jazz Tales from Jazz Legends: Oral Histories from the Fillius Jazz Archive at Hamilton College

By Monk Rowe with Romy Britell

Available at Amazon Books

 

 

 

Albums Reviewed In Our June Issue

Life is Better with Syncopation. Spread The Word!

Here are links to albums reviewed in our June issue so you can purchase them knowing the artists will receive as much as possible. In general we’d prefer you buy the CD so you can enjoy the liner notes, and support the small labels producing such good music. The experience of reading liner notes while listening can be a better education than any reference work and has over time produced many a well informed jazz ear.


Joe Bebco’s Reviews:

Catching up with New Orleans Part One

Tuba Skinny

CD’s and sometimes vinyl available here.

Digital Downloads are available on Bandcamp:

Twerk Thomson Plays Unpopular Songs:

CD availalable at Louisiana Music Factory, or digital download from Bandcamp

On The Levee Jazz Band: Swinging New Orleans Jazz for Dancing- or Just Listening   Big Al Records BACD 701 Buy CD, you can preview the full album on SoundCloud.

Pops Coffee’s books are available in ebook or paperback from Amazon, click the image for link.

  


Scott Yanow’s reviews:

Cheek To Cheek: The Complete Duet Recordings [4 CD]Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong Cheek To Cheek: The Complete Duet Recordings 4CD Box Set or Streaming from Amazon

 

 

Futuristic Rhythms: Imagining the Later Bix BeiderbeckeAndy Schumm and his Sink-O-Pators- Futuristic Rhythm: Imagining the Later Bix Biederbecke   CD or MP3

 

 

Jen Hodge All Stars CD or Digital from Bandcamp

Dixieland Goes Progressive + Modern Jazz with Dixieland Roots (2 LP on 1 CD)Dick Cary, John Plonsky & Don Stratton: Dixieland Goes Progressive and Modern Jazz With Dixieland Roots Buy CD

 

 

Scott Yanow’s Jazz Classic of the Month:

The Original Memphis Five Collection Vol. 1 - 1922-1923The Original Memphis Five Collection Vol. 1 – 1922-1923 American copyright restrictions limit you to buying this CD or Download from Amazon UK

 


Norman Vicker’s reviews:

Steel Jazz Trio and Friends: Black Licorice  Streaming or Physical CD

 

 

 

Allan Vache: It Might as Well Be Swing Arbor Records ARCD 19461 Digital Download or Physical CD

Albums Reviewed in the May Issue

Life is Better with Syncopation. Spread The Word!

Here are links to albums reviewed in our May issue so you can purchase them knowing the artists will receive as much as possible. In general we’d prefer you buy the CD so you can enjoy the liner notes, and support the small labels producing such good music. The experience of reading liner notes while listening can be a better education than any reference work and has over time produced many a well informed jazz ear.

 

Scott Yanow’s reviews:

Mike Daniels-

Remembering Mike Daniels: Digital Download or Physical CD 

 

Steve Lane-

Plays Vintage Jazz Music: Digital Download or Physical CD

 

Max Keenlyside-

Invincible Syncopations: The New Ragtime Music of Vincent Matthew Johnson: CD only (includes 24 pages of illustrated liner notes.)

 

Brooks Prumo Orchestra-

Pass The Bounce: Digital Download or Physical CD(Sold Out)

 

Edmond Hall With The Ralph Sutton Quartette-

Live At Club Hangover: CD Only

 

Yanow’s Jazz Classic of the Month:

Bing Crosby-

Rhythm King (1926-1930) Digital Download (American Copyright issues must buy foreign) or Physical CD(out of Print)

 

 

Joe Bebco’s reviews:

Andy Schumm and his Sink-O-Pators-

Futuristic Rhythm: Imagining the Later Bix Biederbecke   CD or MP3

 

Shake ‘Em Up Jazz Band –

le Donne Mangiano Zucchero:   Digital Download   or  Physical CD 

A Woman’s Place: Digital Download or Physical CD

 

Joanna Morea-

Crazy People: Digital Download or Physical CD

 

Allan Vache-

It Might As Well be Swing: Digital Download or Physical CD