Dave Zinno Unisphere was also most added, and biggest gainer on the 4/8 JazzWeek Chart!
Greg Murphy’s Bright Idea was #16 on the 4/8 JazzWeek Chart!
LABEL: Whaling City Sound
Summary of Previous Campaign:16 weeks total5 weeks on the chartsPeak position #30
Click here to read George Harris of Jazz Weekly review of Alma Micic’s new album “That Old Feeling”
Listen: Song Clips
L-R: Alma Micic – vocals, Rale Micic – guitar, Paul Del Nero – bass, Chris Poudrier – drums, Neal Weiss – producer, Whaling City Sound
New Bedford, MA Thursday evening 6.8.17
Upon hearing the news from Neal Sapper of 41 position jump…
Surprise. Rare to carry over to new year, and also rare to go up after dropping down: defying gravity. ~Neal Weiss, Whaling City Sound
Four powerful jazz artists in mid-career, all with New England roots and impressive experience, come together in one explosion of brilliant light, to produce ten originals, full of purposeful playing and sublime solos.
Chance meeting indeed!
Perhaps though it’s not a coincidence that drummer Adam Nussbaum, bassist Dave Zinno, guitarist Jay Azzolina, and saxophonist Dino Govoni met at all.
Together, the first-call quartet fuses beautifully on their debut play date together.
Presiding over the session seems to be the musical spirit of Michael Brecker, Govoni and the band’s collective inspiration and the launching pad for much of the work on Chance Meeting.
With Brecker in mind, the four musicians—educators, bandleaders, conductors and original artists—form a single dynamic enterprise, playing with the confidence of visionaries that have the same elevated goal: to reach a new level not as individuals, but as a team, as an exhilarating ensemble with multiple talents but a single mind.
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