Mike Henry’s Big Percussion

Mike Henry album

If you have ever thought that drums and percussion sound like the earthly beats of man and nature, then Mike Henry’s “Big Percussion” CD is a good one for you. Wherever there is movement, there are rhythms and Mike has tapped into those. They are the rhythms of life and …

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Real Jazz-The Many Faces by The New Standard Quintet

I found it! Ladies and Gentlemen, here is the jazz release we have been waiting for. Straight ahead real jazz.  It comes out of Chicago and might include the best saxophone/guitar duo since Stan Getz and Herb Ellis. It draws from traditional jazz with melodies over extended chords, but is …

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Review of Phil Angotti and the Lazy Apple Orchestra-People and Places (Our House Records)

What do you get when combining a golden voice, clever songwriting, incredible musicianship, lush harmonies and a love of music? You get Phil Angotti’s new CD release “People and Places”. Phil draws from American and British power pop influences from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s but he has crafted his own style. Phil …

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