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CTI Records: Master Collection - Featuring: George Benson, Stanley Turrentine, Deodato, Esther Philips, MiltJackson, Freddie Hubbard Great JAZZ-FUNK from the 1970's!

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* SOUL-PATROL JAZZ "RE-LOADED"

* LISTEN TO JAZZ @ SOUL-PATROL.NET RADIO

* NEW RELEASE: Chip Shelton - "Peacetime"

* UPDATE: Louise Perryman

* SOUL-PATROL JAZZ CD REVIEWS
- D-Erania - Offerings of Love (Soul/Jazz/Funk)
- Frank McComb - "Straight From The Vault" (Soul/Funk/Jazz)
- MFA Kera/Mike Russell - Afro Soul/Black Heritage (Afro/Funk/Jazz)
- Spirit of Life Ensemble: A Little Oasis (Straight No Chaser Jazz)
- Jason Miles: "What's Going On" (Jazz/Soul/Neo Soul)
- Bill Godwin's Ink Spots on Stage (Really Ancient Black Music)
- The Rebirth - "This Journey In" (Kozmic/Funk/jazz)
- Onaje Allan Gumbs: "Remember Their Innocence" (Straight No Chaser Jazz)
- Herbie Hancock - Possibilities(Pop/Jazz)





SOUL-PATROL JAZZ
"RE-LOADED"


Click here to check JAZZ @ Soul-Patrol.com


I grew up listening to "jazz music". It was played in my household, in my neighborhood, on the radio and on TV. It was played at family gatherings, it was played at block parties, barbeques, subway stations, street corners, weddings and even funerals.

The term "jazz" back in those days meant everything from Doc Severenson to Dr. Lonnie Smith, from John Coltrae to John Scofield, from the Heath Brothers to the Brecker Brothers. In my neighborhood, Gil Scott-Heron and Gil Evans co-existed as did Herbie Hancock and Herbie Mann. In my universe CTI was just as great a jazz label as Impulse or Blue Note and I saw no conflict whatsoever between Sun Ra, Dave Brubeck and Grover Washington. Of course that world of jazz all disappeared sometime during the 1980's and it became stratified and subdivided into many different sub genres and in doing so lost touch with "regular people".

The scope of Soul-Patrol Jazz is inspired by a great radio station that existed in NYC back in the 1970's called WRVR-FM. One of the things that made WRVR so great was that it focused on presenting jazz music and commentary that was "in touch with regular people". The real brillance of WRVR was that not only was it able to connect with "regular people", but it also educated listeners about "deeper music" at the same time, without "pandering" or becoming "condesending". That's what we are going to do here at Soul-Patrol Jazz, under the larger umbrella of "Great Black Music From The Ancient to the Future"..

One of the things we will be doing is updating the site often with new releases, so bookmark the page (www.soul-patrol.com/jazz) and also sign up for the Soul-Patrol Newsletter (where we will be announcing the updates) using the form at the top of any of the Soul-Patrol.com pages. This time out we have features on Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Chip Shelton, Frank McComb, MFA Kera/Mike Russell, Spirit of Life Ensemble, Bill Godwin's Ink Spots, The Rebirth, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Jason Miles, Louise Perryman, Marlon Saunders, D-Erania.

Soon we will be updating the Soul-Patrol Jazz Page with info on upcoming jazz releases from Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross, Gladys Knight, Billy Griffin (yes I said Jazz), File Under G, Monet, Janis Siegel, Jazzhole, "V", Eric Person, Hill St. Soul, Shilts, Vernon Reid and Masque, Frank McComb, SounDoctrine and more.

We will also be having some offline events. For example we will be hosting the CD release party for longtime Soul-Patroller Chip Shelton's new CD called "Peacetime" @ Trumpets Jazz Club in Montclair, NJ on Apr 27, 2006 7:30 PM. Chip and his band are baddd and we are also planning some events with Chip and his band in NYC, DC and Philly, so if you live in any of those cities and are interested in hanging out with Soul-Patrol for a nice evening of "jazz for regular people", just hit me with an email to let me know that you are interested in hanging out with us...

And of course we will continue to do jazz on internet radio at Soul-Patrol as well as featuring our jazz programming on the jazz section of Soul-Patrol.com

So stay tuned and if you have any ideas or suggestions for us, if you are a jazz artist/record company/promoter let us know if you are interested in any of Soul-Patrol's services and/or if you would like to contribute and article or commentary please let me know...


--Bob Davis
earthjuice@prodigy.net



CTI Records: Master Collection - Featuring: George Benson, Stanley Turrentine, Deodato, Esther Philips, MiltJackson, Freddie Hubbard Great JAZZ-FUNK from the 1970's!



LISTEN TO JAZZ @ SOUL-PATROL.NET RADIO

We have quite a bit of jazz programming on Soul-Patrol.Net Radio. A small sampling of the jazz programs we have are posted below for your listening pleasure.

Take a listen and let me know what cha think??

  • INTRODUCING: LOUISE PERRYMAN This charismatic singer/songwriter with echoes of Laura Nyro, Minnie Riperton and Anita Baker, explodes the stereotype of conventional Jazz/R&B with her vibrant stage presence and richly textured voice. Louise is of that rare breed of singer/songwriter who actually embraces her audience, inviting them to join her on a journey of the soul...

  • Rev Boogaloo (POP EB) interviews AfroBeat/Funk/Jazz/Blues Artists MFA Kera & Mike Russell plus the following songs from their Soul-Patrol award winning album called BLACK HERITAGE: Don’t Touch My Friend, Black Heritage Theme, Hello Fellas, I Wanna go back to Hollywood, Front Line Pts. 1 & 2, Don’t Touch My Friend (Reprise)

  • RRHOF 2006 - Miles Beyond: Inteview with the Family of Miles Davis: Vince Wilburn Jr, Vince Wilburn Sr, Paul Scott, and Cheryl Davis Along with the great drummer Lenny White and attorney Darell Porter, . It's TWO HOURS of...unscripted Miles Davis from multiple perspectives from the people who knew him best....

  • LISTEN TO MILES DAVIS: IN CONCERT: Rated X, Honky Tonk, Theme From Jack Johnson, Black Satin/The Theme, Ife, Right Off/The Theme + a little Jimi & Sly during the breaks

  • LISTEN TO A SOUL-PATROL.NET EXCLUSIVE, A MARLON SAUNDERS ALBUM DOUBLE PLAY. A Groove So Deep (the live sessions) + Enter My Mind. That's right BOTH albums from this emerging soul music superstar in their entirety!!!

  • Funkoverlord (Kevin Amos) Interviews Joe Sample (Crusaders) and McCoy Tyner - Keyboard wizards, Joe Sample and McCoy Tyner discuss the Jazz scene in the 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's including the great Jazz venues and shows of the past right up to today's "smooth jazz" scene and everything in between

  • D-ERANIA - OFFERINGS OF LOVE: Check out this new CD of Conscious Soulful Jazz from Chicago's DIVA OF THE SAX. Offerings Of Love: YJT, Jahari's Home, Let's Groove, Song For Ari, Brazilian Dance, Knuj

  • SOUL-PATROL JAZZ #3: Artists that Will Change Black Music: Queen Latifah, Marlon Saunders, D-Erania, Eloise Laws, Bobbi Humphrey, Kne-O'Chaw Hampton, Booker T and The MG's, Brian Auger, Ronnie Laws

  • FUNKOVERLORD (KEVIN AMOS) INTERVIEWS JAZZ-FUNK LEGEND BILLY COBHAM - Features insights into the art of drumming, past present and future as well as the evolution of Billy's career with the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Miles Davis and Billy's legendary solo work including his latest release.



    CTI Records: Master Collection - Featuring: George Benson, Stanley Turrentine, Deodato, Esther Philips, MiltJackson, Freddie Hubbard Great JAZZ-FUNK from the 1970's!

    NEW RELEASE: Chip Shelton - "Peacetime"


    Chip SheltonFlute player Chip Shelton has been a member of Soul-Patrol for a long time and he is a big fan of what we are attempting to do here. In fact he is so much of a fan that when he read that we were doing an event at Joe's Pub in NYC with Micheal Henderson/Children on the Corner a few years ago, he made it his business to travel to the club just so he could meet me in person!

    Since that time we have become friends and now with this new recording, called "Peacetime", Chip Shelton is now one of the sponsors of the Soul-Patrol Newsletter.

    The album was recorded last fall in New Jersey, so Chip Shelton invited me to sit in the studio during the recording session. I suppose the intention at that time was that I would write something about the album. I'll write something at a later date, but for now I'm going to "flip the script". The following analysis was written by Chip Shelton as well as the players who appear on the album. I think that they can describe it as well as I could....

    Dwayne Cook Broadnax on "Imprints"
    It's a refreshingly brisk jazz waltz. The pocket grooves, with rhythms and textures woven within.

    Everald Brown on "Nukes May They Rust In Peace"
    I said "this is a hit", when we completed the first, and only, take on this rhythmically authentic reggae/jazz
    tune. Chip sang the uplifting message with so much con-fidence that I was transported back to Ocho Rios, the place of my birth. Obviously, Chip had been there also.

    Jann Parker on "Peace"
    A timeless composition that speaks to the past as well as today. It was truly a pleasure having the opportunity to interpret and combine both sets of lyrics, Horace Silver's and Doug Carn's.

    Roy Meriwether on "Man in the Green Shirt"
    It takes you a lot of places. The song was challenging, while managing to be both intense and pretty at the same time

    Daoud David Williams on "I've Known Rivers"
    Historic footnote with rhythmic connection to Langston Hughes' classic poem. Chip captured the essence of the poem's meaning, and gave us an opportunity to interpret Gary Bartz's music using a driving Kenny M arrangement.

    Jim Klein on "Cobi's Place"
    The composition is a fun musical adventure. The rhythm keeps you on your toes. The tune dances.

    Marcus Mclaurine on "Quiet Storm"
    Our version retains the tune's inherent jazz sensibility, while maintaining the essence of Smokey's original.

    Lou Volpe on "Woodine"
    The beauty of Woodine is in the contrast of the rich melody and harmony of the first (batucada) sections, counterbalanced with the simpler 3 chord vamp during the solo (montuno) sections.

    Kenny M on "Down Home NY"
    >From the opening notes Chip plays, using his unique 5-foot long contrabass flute, Archie Shepp's funk/jazz jam allows Chip the opportunity to tell his musical biography, and have fun!

    Kenny M on " Peace Reprise"
    The beautiful melody and theme are revisited, allowing the two vocalists to close the recording in a unified, harmonious fashion.

    Thanks to Jeanne Lovetri, Mark Murphy, and Joe Lee Wilson for dyno vocal coaching. If you think my singing needs work, agreed. You should've checked it out before these vocal masters pulled my coat to a few things. Oh well, back to the woodshed, but not without thanking you faithful and knowing listeners who inspire us all to work so hard, hopefully bringing you some new-thought, inspiration, and pleasure.

    Love and Peace,

    --Chip Shelton - peacetime

    And be sure to join us at the CD release party for longtime Soul-Patroller Chip Shelton's new CD called "Peacetime" @ Trumpets Jazz Club in Montclair, NJ on Apr 27, 2006 7:30 PM


    Chip and his band are baddd and we are also planning some events with Chip and his band in NYC, DC and Philly, so if you live in any of those cities and are interested in hanging out with Soul-Patrol for a nice evening of "jazz for regular people", just hit me with an email to let me know that you are interested in hanging out with us...


    CTI Records: Master Collection - Featuring: George Benson, Stanley Turrentine, Deodato, Esther Philips, MiltJackson, Freddie Hubbard Great JAZZ-FUNK from the 1970's!


    UPDATE: Louise Perryman


    Louise PerrymanWe thought that it was about time for us to update yall on Soul-Patrol's favorite "blue eyed soul singer", Louise Perryman. For those of you who haven't been following her, Louise has become something of a phenomena on Soul-Patrol, which rivals that of Victor Wooten. Her popularity around the world continues to grow, based on word of mouth about her excellent CD which we have been featuring called "Whisper My Name"...The links below (contained within the piece writen by Louise herself) will take you to her site, where you can listen to our 45 min. broadcast of the INDEPENDENTLY produced gem of an album called "Whisper My Name". I invite you to take a listen and hit us back via email with your feedback or better yet, let Louise know what you think of the CD....

    SOUL PATROL & WHISPER MY NAME

    Where would I be without Soul-Patrol? Whisper My Name continues to sell well all over the world via www.cdbaby.com/perryman. This is in no small way thanks to my dear friends at www.soul-patrol.com who tell anyone who will listen that I am their favourite blue-eyed soul singer. Soul Patrol really has put me on the map in soul music circles and I am now featured on many of the major soul music sites around the world. Incidentally, the internet radio program dedicated to Whisper My Name is consistently in the Top 40 on www.soul-patrol.net alongside such people as Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and Victor Wooten. The reviews on the album have been superb and continue to come in. In fact, the ones that mean the most are the ones that the people who BUY the cd write up on www.cdbaby.com/perryman. Truly the best reward is having soul music fans appreciate what I am doing - no songwriting award can beat that!

    Louise Perryman
    www.louiseperryman.com



    CTI Records: Master Collection - Featuring: George Benson, Stanley Turrentine, Deodato, Esther Philips, MiltJackson, Freddie Hubbard Great JAZZ-FUNK from the 1970's!


    SOUL-PATROL JAZZ CD REVIEWS

    D-Erania **D-Erania - Offerings of Love
    (Soul/Jazz/Funk)


    This artist hails from Chicago and is a fellow Soul-Patroller who we can definitely look forward to hearing more things from. "Offerings of Love' is the new Jazz entry from saxophonist D-Erania. From start to finish this recording covers various elements of Jazz. Straight-ahead improvisation, Jazz-funk, and Smooth Jazz stylings from a great group of musicians. Standout cuts include " Y.J.T.", "Jahari's Home", and "Let's Groove". Hats go off to D-erania, Anthony Morgan, Sammy Torres, Joe Rocha, and Derrick Bounds. There is even an appearance from Pittsburgh-bred guitarist Fareed Haque on the title tune.
    To get the music go to:
    **D-ERANIA - OFFERINGS OF LOVE
    Check out this new CD of Conscious Soulful Jazz from Chicago's DIVA OF THE SAX

    **Frank McComb - "Straight From The Vault"
    (Soul/Funk/Jazz)


    We have a long history on Soul-Patrol with the music of Frank McComb. Starting in 1997 when we named the CD Music Evolution" by Buckshot LeFounque as the #1 FUNK Music release of the year. Frank McComb is of course the featured vocalist on that groundbreaking CD. A few years later in the year 2000 we picked up on the Frank McComb release called "Love Stories". In some ways the album "Love Stories" changed the course of the history of Soul-Patrol because it began our transformation to being more than just an "oldies site". "Love Stories" was such a good album that it forced us to open things up and begin exploring other modern artists who were below the radar and putting out great music. Fast forward to 2006....Click here to read the rest of the review....

    MFA KERA/Mike Russell** MFA Kera/Mike Russell - Afro Soul (Black Heritage)
    (Afro-Funk)


    This is the type of CD that all of the "psuedo hip white folks" @ places like the Village Voice who are constantly writing about all of this music they like that originates from the "motherland" would like if they ever heard it. MFA Kera/Mike Russell is a funk band from Africa, now residing in Berlin Germany that has a true sense of what 1970's American funk music was all about. And I'm not just talking about the James Brown inspired grooves, I mean from a political/cultural sense as well. The title of the album Afro Soul (Black Heritage) is no joke and tells you what you need to know about the world perspective and view of the artist. In MFA Kera's biography it says: "In the meantime she formed the "Black Heritage Orchestra" working with US Jazzman Mike Russell, telling the story of black music in music (from Ethnic-African music through Blues, Afro-beat, Salsa, Gospel, Reggae, Jazz, Funk and Rap)." There are no apologies to political correctness here. My favorite song on this CD is the song "soulfood". Check out MFA Kera/Mike Russell online at their website http://www.black-heritage.de
    (Even their url is no joke)....Click here to read the rest of the review....

    **Spirit of Life Ensemble: A Little Oasis
    (Straight No Chaser Jazz)


    Formed in 1975, Spirit of Life Ensemble (SOLE) is under the leadership of multi-percussionist Daoud-David Williams. I happened to spend an afternoon recently with Mr. Williams during a North Jersey recording session and during the course of the afternoon he gave me a copy of the latest CD from the Spirit of Life Ensemble entitled "A Little Oasis".

    This is a really nice Jazz CD....Click here to read the rest of the review....

    Well worth checking out if you are looking for some nice (non smooth) Jazz.

    **Jason Miles: "What's Going On" (Songs of Marvin Gaye)
    (Jazz/Soul/Neo Soul)


    On the surface it would be easy for me to dismiss this CD as being "fluff". However I think that in 2006 we have to look deeper into the possibilities of what something like this impending mass popularity that this CD offers.

    The legacy of Marvin Gaye has always been a puzzle to me. Obviously Marvin Gaye is one of the greatest examples of the kind of music that we hold near and dear to our hearts at Soul-Patrol. And of course there is hardly a human being on the planet who isn't willing to admit that they aren't a fan of some phase of Marvin's music....Click here to read the rest of the review....

    ** Bill Godwin's Ink Spots on Stage
    (Really Ancient Black Music)


    The Ink Spots are an quartet that became famous for hit songs like "If I Didn't Care," "The Java Jive," and "I Don't Want To Set the World on Fire." The original group was formed in 1932 and sang four-part harmony arrangements of various popular songs. Like other acapella and harmony singing ensembles in the 1950s, the Ink Spots sang a varied repertoire for both listening and dancing. Through the 1930s and 1940s the group had many successful songs, even breaking records with their sales. Here in 2005, none of the original members of the Ink Spots is still alive, however there are a number of artists who are carrying on the musical tradition of the Ink Spots. One of those is led by Soul-Patroller Bill Godwin.... Click here to read the rest of the review....

    **The Rebirth - "This Journey In"
    (Kozmic Funk)


    Anyone here remember the glory days of Roy Ayres, Lonnie Liston Smith, Norman Connors/Micheal Henderson, Bobby Humphries? Well if you remember that type of music and it brings a smile to your face. It's not quite "soul", it's not quite "funk", and it's not quite "jazz"..... Click here to read the rest of the review....

    **Onaje Allan Gumbs: "Remember Their Innocence"
    (Straight No Chaser Jazz)


    As a "funkateer" I have always found "straight no chaser jazz" to be something of an affront to my basic sensibilities (I NEED MAH FUNK). Of course there have been exceptions in the past for me. For example, the music of John Coltrane, Miles Davis and a few others have been different, because they have challenged me to think and to carry me away at the same time. The CD "Remember Their Innocence" is in that vein, I can put this on when I am in a reflective mood and so it goes for the first five tracks.... Click here to read the rest of the review....

    **Herbie Hancock - Possibilities
    (Pop Music Redefined)


    Herbie Hancock - Possibilities Miles Davis was probably the greatest trend-setting artist I have ever seen. Every time it seems that Miles Davis changed his musical direction, he ended up literally creating, new genres of music. And in the course of doing so, each time he expanded the overall audience for his music. Of all the "students" of Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock was perhaps the best learner. Over the years Herbie Hancock has gone off into some radical musical directions as well. And each time he has done this successfully and at the same time expanded the overall audience for his music.

    Doing an album with the likes of: John Mayer, Santana, Angilique Kidjo, Christina Aguilera, Paul Simon, Annie Lennox, Sting, Johnny Lang, Joss Stone, Damien Rice, Lisa Hannigan, Raul Midon, Stevie Wonder, and Trey Anastasio on the surface sounds like a mistake for Herbie Hancock, doesn't it? Seems like Herbie might get "lost in the sauce", doesn't it? Well it isn't, this is in fact a BOLD move, and it works beautifully!!!......Click here to read the rest of the review....





    CTI Records: Master Collection - Featuring: George Benson, Stanley Turrentine, Deodato, Esther Philips, MiltJackson, Freddie Hubbard Great JAZZ-FUNK from the 1970's!


    SOUL-PATROL JAZZ
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    Click here to check JAZZ @ Soul-Patrol.com



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