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Cirque Du Soleil
(Cirque Du Soleil)
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Patricia Barber
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Cirque Du Soleil
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Jim Pearce
“Why I Haven't Got You”
Prairie Dog Ballet
(Oak Avenue Publishing)
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Andy Timmons Band
“Gone (9/11/01)”
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Ralph Towner
Time Line
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Anoushka Shankar

Amos Lee
"Arms Of A Woman"
Amos Lee
(Blue Note)

Julius Curcio
"American Pie"
Alligator Shoes
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"Come Alive"
Changing Into Me
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ONE WAY CD Issue 14

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1. Aqualung - “Brighter Than Sunshine” > [listen]
Strange And Beautiful - Columbia/Red Ink

Strange & Beautiful (Slightly Bigger/Columbia) is the North American debut album from Aqualung. Both his UK releases (Aqualung and Still Life) have garnered incredible critical praise and comparisons to artists like Radiohead and Rufus Wainwright. This release is a combination of tracks from both UK releases. The first single, “Brighter Than Sunshine,” is featured twice in the feature film, A Lot Like Love (opening in April ‘05).

2. Keren Ann - “Chelsea Burns” > [listen]
Nolita - Blue Note

On the heels of critical success for her sublime US debut album, Not Going Anywhere, Paris and New York-based singer-songwriter Keren Ann follows with Nolita, another intimate collection of quietly sung lyrical gems, this time with more diverse, multi-textured soundscapes.

3. Al Green - “Perfect To Me” > [listen]
Everything's OK - Blue Note

After releasing the celebrated comeback album I Can’t Stop, The Reverend Al Green blesses us again with his second secular outing for Blue Note Records. Teaming up once again with Willie Mitchell as co-producer/arranger, Green whets our appetite for great soul music on this with a little help from his friends.

4. Tord Gustavsen Trio - “Tears Transforming” > [listen]
The Ground - ECM

The Tord Gustavsen Trio stormed the jazz world in 2003 with their debut recording, Changing Places, an album that Stereophile called, “One of the quietest, most profound piano-trio recordings ever released.” Since then the group has toured extensively, bewitching audiences with Gustavsen’s lush and seductive sound. With The Ground, the trio continues to expand upon Tord’s clear-edged melodic sensibility, as heard in the piece “Tears Transforming.”
Don’t miss the Tord Gustavsen Trio live at The Jazz Bakery, April 26th!

5. Charles Lloyd Quartet - “Come Sunday” > [listen]
Jumping The Creek - ECM

Hailed as “A Modern Master” by The New York Times, Charles Lloyd is one of the premiere composers and performers in jazz. His legendary career goes back over 40 years, but his roots extend even further - from his jazz forefathers, Southern heritage, and the Blues to modal chant and complex harmonies. On Jumping the Creek, Charles Lloyd is joined by Geri Allen (piano), Robert Hurst (double-bass), and Eric Harland (drums).

6. Dino Saluzzi/Jon Christensen - “Todos Les Recuerdos” > [listen]
Senderos - ECM

Bandoneon and drums? The duo instrumentation seems, on paper, arrestingly unorthodox. But then Dino Saluzzi is a one-of-a-kind bandoneonist, and Jon Christensen is no conventional drummer, either. They make the unorthodox seem natural. Senderos means “paths,” and the musicians take many on this recording, sometimes retracing their steps, more often headed towards the future.

7. Bradley Leighton - “Easy Morning” > [listen]
Just Doin' Our Thang - Pacific Coast Jazz

Just Doin’ Our Thang (Pacific Coast Jazz) brings Leighton’s alto flute to blend perfectly with the smooth, classic Hammond B3 sound in an unusual combination in jazz. It’s warm, mellow sound combined with the classic, rich background provided by a great B3 trio give this collection of freshly arranged standards and four original compositions a smooth warm glow. These innovative arrangements of new and old jazz standards bring a breath of fresh air to the genre. Available mid-May at Tower and other major music retailers or online at www.fluteguy.com.

8. Jon Prophet - “Bellyache” > [listen]
A New Religion - Fire Is Magic Music

Sonic Salvation awaits as Jon Prophet reveals an intimate yet intense sound full of sweetness and longing in his debut CD, A New Religion. Prophet’s rich voice is haunting yet soulful and belts out with sad and seismic passion that unfurls like a sail in a summer storm. This delicious miracle elixir blends rock, ethnic, punk, sweet soul, hybrid blues, neo folk, Brit-pop, and experimental influences to create music that is both unique and soothingly familiar. A New Religion’s eclectic sound and lyrical content mirrors the depth and breadth of our shared human experience. A New Religion is available at CDbaby.com and the extended version at Cafepress.com/jonprophet.

9. Carol Mennie - “Who Needs You” > [listen]
I'm Not A Sometime Thing - CDM

Carol Mennie makes her maiden voyage as a leader on I’m Not A Sometime Thing, a marvelous mixture of jazz and popular standards and originals with words and music by her producer and long-time partner, guitarist/arranger/composer Dom Minasi. Mennie, who made her recording debut last year with a moving rendition of Thelonious Monk’s “Round Midnight” on Minasi’s critically acclaimed Time Will Tell CD, here has her mature vocal stylings surrounded by the guitarist’s inventive arrangements, which showcase her versatile voice in a variety of settings, accompanied by a superb band featuring Minasi.

10. Dom Minasi - “For My Father” > [listen]
Quick Response - CDM

Featuring collaborations with award-winning artists including Cassandra Wilson, Keb’ Mo’, Richard Thompson, and Tom Scott, this 12-song set with added bonus tracks delves into the Welsh singer/songwriter’s roots as a classically-influenced pianist.  Owen’s heartfelt vocals embrace jazz, pop, and Celtic music.  Her deeply resonant songwriting yields indelible numbers such as “Emily,” “Moonlight,” and “Sky High.”

11. Trygve Seim - “Beginning An Ending” > [listen]
Sangam - ECM

“Eerily hymnal contemporary jazz from a unique ensemble . . . ” – John Fordham, The Guardian. The Norwegian saxophonist and composer Trygve Seim forges the gap between jazz and contemporary composition with his latest ECM release, Sangam (Sanskrit for “coming together”). In the excerpt heard here (featuring the extraordinary trumpet playing of Arve Henricksen), the ensemble builds toward a climatic confluence that is at once fulfilling and haunting.

12. Rolando Villazon - “Ah! Tout Est Bien Fini . . . O Souverain - Le Cid” > [listen]
Massenet/Gounod: Arias - Virgin Classics

“This incredibly beautiful and moving aria from Jules Massenet’s opera Le Cid is performed so brilliantly with amazing power and profound beauty by the world’s new tenor superstar Rolando Villazon. What an unbelievable talent he is!”

Check out these ONEWAY CDs: [ CD 25 ] [ CD 24 ] [ CD 23 ] [ CD 22 ] [ CD 21 ] [ CD 20 ] [ CD 19 ] [ CD 18 ] [ CD 17 ] [ CD 16 ] [ CD 15 ] [ CD 13 ] [ CD 12 ] [ CD 11 ] [ CD 10 ] [ CD 9 ] [ CD 8 ] [ CD 7 ] [ CD 6 ] [ CD 5 ]

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