Q Morrow

Premiere DateSep 16, 2018
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
02:48 A Blues Alberto Pibiri
05:56 Be Free Alberto Pibiri, Sheila Jordan
11:10 Interview with Q Morrow, Part I
19:47 There Are Stars in Brooklyn Q Morrow
28:11 Interview with Q Morrow, Part II
37:16 The Do How Q Morrow
43:54 Chinook Passing Q Morrow
50:49 The Jazz Hole with Linus
51:59 Stuffed Cabbage Miki Yamanaka
58:15 Finish

Guitarist and composer Q Morrow talks about his new album There Are Stars in Brooklyn on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus. This is the second album as a leader by the Brooklyn-based musician and it is available on www.qmorrow.net. You also get to hear music from pianists Alberto Pibiri (featuring Sheila Jordan) and Miki Yamanaka on today’s episode

Alberto Pibiri – A Blues
Album: Jazz Legacy
Alberto Pibiri (p), Paul Gill (b) and Paul Wells (d)

Alberto Pibiri (featuring Sheila Jordan) – Be Free
Album: Jazz Legacy
Alberto Pibiri (p), Paul Gill (b), Paul Wells (d) and Sheila Jordan (voc)

Q Morrow – “There Are Stars in Brooklyn” & “The Do How”
Album: There Are Stars in Brooklyn
Q Morrow (g), Evan Francis (fl), Will Vinson (as), Sam Bevan (b) and Raj Jayaweera (d)

Q Morrow – Chinook Passing
Album: There Are Stars in Brooklyn
Q Morrow (g), Evan Francis (as), Sam Bevan (b) and Raj Jayaweera (d)

Miki Yamanaka – Stuffed Cabbage
Album: Miki
Miki Yamanaka (p), Orlando le Fleming (b) and Bill Stewart (d)

Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin music, the Swiss native maintains a busy performance and recording schedule.…

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