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New Works by Baker’s Brew – Album Release

Baker's Brew

MUSIC: New Works is the very ambitious double CD follow-up to the first Baker's Brew record, New Colors.

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California Dreamin’ in Review by Miranda Caravalho

Won Ju Lim: California Dreamin'

Article by Miranda Caravalho I don’t dream well. It’s a side effect, I think, of one of six medications I take. When I go to sleep my dreams are usually loud and fast and vaguely upsetting. To put it kindly, a dream journal was never something that interested me. But my close friend has spent …

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RELEASE: Daniel Rosenboom | Book of Omens

Friday, July 12: Daniel Rosenboom | Book of Omens | CD Release Party Art Share L.A., 801 E 4th Place, Los Angeles, California Featuring Daniel Rosenboom – trumpet and flugelhorn Vinny Golia – tenor saxophone, alto flute, contralto clarinet Jacob Vossler – electric guitar Tim Lefebvre – electric bass and FX Matt Mayhall – drums ABOUT …

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REVIEW: Borodin Quartet and Dwight Trible (2011)

Borodin Quartet and Dwight Trible (2011)

by Greg Cutler, Published: 2011-02-20 On Friday, February 18, I had the extreme pleasure of seeing The Borodin Quartet perform at the Santa Monica Woman’s Club. Let me first say that the club is a very good venue for this type of music. The building was built in 1914 and was renovated in 1961 after a …

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REVIEW: Wayne Horvitz Gravitas Quartet (2010)

by Greg Cutler, Published: 2010-12-06 Four musicians took the stage; The Wayne Horvitz Gravitas Quartet is Wayne Horvitz – piano, Peggy Lee – cello, Sara Schoenbeck – bassoon, and Ron Miles – muted trumpet. Peggy and Wayne sat on the left side of the stage with Ron and Sara to the right side. Strings on the …

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REVIEW: Angel City Jazz Festival (2010)

Angel City Jazz Festival 2010

by Greg Cutler, Published: 2010-10-06 We missed the first half of Kneebody’s set, but it didn’t matter because having never heard them before we were treated to a musical experience that boggles the mind. We got to hear two and a half songs, but that was enough to place them on a high shelf in my …

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