Stompin’ On Second Street: An Evening of Traditional Jazz
A live traditional jazz set including such trad jazz standards “Black Bottom” and “That’s A Plenty”, the bluesy “St. James Infirmary” and “Basin Street Blues”, and the moody ballad “Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans”. Features Terry Gordon (trumpet, cornet), Ken Olsen (trombone), Dave Lambert (clarinet), Adam Streeter (tuba), and Bob Halek (drums).
Joyful Noise Jazz Project
Making A Joyful Noise LIVE!
A live recording of traditional Christian hymns and worship music presented in a jazz setting featuring Terry Gordon (trumpet, flugelhorn), Keith Pray (alto and tenor saxes), Dan Dobek (piano), Mike Lawrence (bass), and Matthew Maguire (drums).
Terry Gordon Quintet
“A deft blend of straight-ahead jazz with blues, ballads, samba and funk.”
“A fine disc of nine new jazz compositions … reflect(ing) a blend of tradition and innovation.”
-International Trumpet Guild Journal
“high marks for the extent to which they ‘pushed the boundaries’ of traditional forms and styles…in a live set this variety would certainly get noticed; something for everyone.”
“From turbulent progressive tunes to flawless traditional-style material, their blend of chaos and clarity is remarkable…an extraordinary group.”
-Metroland, Albany, N.Y.
Arch Stanton Quartet
Blues For Soli
“The Arch Stanton Quartet takes a giant step forward creatively here,
making a bold, brave statement with this inventive recording.”
-The Times Union
Live at the Cairo Jazz Festival
In March 2013 the Arch Stanton Quartet went on a tour of Egypt sponsored by the U.S. Embassy, AMIDEAST Egypt and the American University in Cairo. The tour included two sets at the Cairo International Jazz Festival. The tracks on this album were recorded at Al Azhar Park on the second night of the jazz festival.
Along For The Ride
“With one foot in the timeless traditions of bop, and the other about to
set down on something new, the Arch Stanton Quartet is as mysterious
as their name, with killer players that aren’t afraid to go out on a limb,
right to the very end.”
-The Daily Freeman
Gordon & Noyes
Jazz standards and one original performed in an intimate duo setting,
including some recorded live at the acoustically stunning Troy Music Hall.
Alex Torres y su Orquesta
Punto De Vista
Mega Merengue Mix
25 To Life
Guarapo y Mermelada
Made In America With Puerto Rican Parts
The World’s Most Dangerous Big Band
Empire Jazz Orchestra
Live and Kickin’
The EJO Plays Ellington
Symphonies in Riffs
Accentuate the Positive
Out of the Mist
Colleen Pratt with the Empire Jazz Orchestra
I Thought About You
Keith Pray’s Big Soul Ensemble
Live at the Lark Tavern
Joey Thomas Big Band
“Live” on WAMC Radio
Music In Voice
Arranged by Charlie Dana