Revenge and Requital

Premiere DateSep 15, 2019
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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01:42 Split Infinity TuneTown
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06:40 The Monks of Oka TuneTown
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11:37 Rush Of Heat Carmela Rappazzo
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15:48 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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18:33 Revenge Carmela Rappazzo
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21:46 The Next Thing To Come Brandon Robertson
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27:38 Mr. Linious Brandon Robertson
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34:23 Did You Do That? Sherrie Maricle, The DIVA Jazz Orchestra
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40:37 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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43:45 Three Sisters and a Cousin Sherrie Maricle, The DIVA Jazz Orchestra
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47:41 High Tide Andrew Munsey
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53:16 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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54:47 Requite Andrew Munsey
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61:52 Finish
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Linus hosts another episode of The Jazz Hole, this time with music from the brand new album “There From Here” by the Toronto-based collective TuneTown (to be released this Friday, September 20th), as well as tracks from Carmela Rappazzo’s New Orleans-inspired album “Howlin’ at the Moon”. Additionally, you get to hear music from Florida-based bassist (and EMMY® Award winning director) Brandon Robertson’s debut album “B.O.A.T.S – Bass’d on a True Story”, from Sherrie Maricle & The DIVA Jazz Orchestra’s album “Special Kay! – The DIVA Jazz Orchestra Celebrates the Life and Music of Stanley Kay”, plus more from Andrew Munsey’s “High Tide”.


TuneTown – “Split Infinity” & “The Monks of Oka”
Album: There From Here
Kelly Jefferson (ts, ss), Artie Roth (b, composer of “Split Infinity”) and Ernesto Cervini (d, perc, composer of “The Monks of Oka”)

Carmela Rappazzo – “Rush Of Heat” & “Revenge”
Album: Howlin’ At The Moon
Carmela Rappazzo (voc), Oscar Rossignoli (p, arr), Jasen Weaver (b), Gerald T. Watkins Jr. (d), Mahmoud Ghouki (lutar), Pete Snell (g), Steve Lands (tp), Jeronne Amari Ansari (saxes), Mark McGrain (tb), Steve Glenn (tuba), Mark Carroll (hand cymbals, back voc), Paul Sanchez (bck voc)

Brandon Robertson – The Next Thing To Come
Album: B.O.A.T.S – Bass’d on a True Story
Brandon Robertson (b), Lew Del Gatto (ts), Zach Bartholomew (p) and Gerald Watkins Jr (d)

Brandon Robertson – Mr. Lonious
Album: B.O.A.T.S – Bass’d on a True Story
Brandon Robertson (b), Mason Margut (p) and Leon Anderson (d)

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The DIVA Jazz Orchestra – Did You Do That?
Album: Special Kay! – The DIVA Jazz Orchestra Celebrates the Life and Music of Stanley Kay
Sherrie Maricle (dir, d), Noriko Ueda (b), Tomoko Ohno (p), Tanya Darby, Jami Dauber, Carol Morgan, Barbara Laronga (tp), Deborah Weisz, Jennifer Krupa (tb), Leslie Havens (b-tb), Sharel Cassity, Leigh Pilzer (as, fl), Janelle Reichman (ts, cl, ts solo), Roxy Coss (ts, cl, ts solo), Lisa Parrott (bs), Stanley Kay (comp) and John McNeil (arr)

The DIVA Jazz Orchestra – Three Sisters And A Cousin
Album: Special Kay! – The DIVA Jazz Orchestra Celebrates the Life and Music of Stanley Kay
Sherrie Maricle (dir, d), Noriko Ueda (b), Tomoko Ohno (p), Tanya Darby, Jami Dauber, Carol Morgan, Barbara Laronga (tp), Deborah Weisz, Jennifer Krupa (tb), Leslie Havens (b-tb), Sharel Cassity (as, fl, solo), Leigh Pilzer (as, fl, as solo), Janelle Reichman (ts, cl, ts solo), Roxy Coss (ts, cl, ts solo), Lisa Parrott (bs, bs solo), Stanley Kay (comp) and John LaBarbera (arr)

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Andrew Munsey – “High Tide” & “Requite”
Album: High Tide
Andrew Munsey (d), Steph Richards (tp, flh), Ochion Jewell (ts, kalimba), Amino Belyamani (p, fender rhodes) and Sam Minaie (b)

Grammy-award winner 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…

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