The Jazz Hole

Premiere DateAug 25, 2013
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
01:06 The Long Way Michael Thomas
07:49 Trouble Randy Johnston
12:52 It’s Mostly Residual Cuong Vu
21:40 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
22:21 Nose Off Dado Moroni
29:20 Refract Michael Thomas
38:27 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
39:03 Solid Gold Michael Dease
45:57 La Danse Des Colibris Claude Diallo Situation
51:19 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
52:08 Mass Manipulation The Curtis Brothers
59:25 Finish

The Jazz Hole, today with Michael Thomas’ debut release “The Long Way” and much more.

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Michael Thomas – The Long Way & Refract
Album: The Long Way
Michael Thomas (as), Greg Duncan (g), Pascal Le Boeuf (p), Ben Street (b) and Lee Fish (d)

Randy Johnston – Trouble
Album: People Music
Randy Johnston (g, voc), Pat Bianchi (org) and Carmen Intorre, Jr. (d)

Cuong Vu – It’s Mostly Residual
Album: It’s Mostly Residual
Cuong Vu (tp) & others

Dado Moroni – Nose Off
Album: Live in Beverly Hills
Dado Moroni (p), Marco Panascia (b) and Peter Erskine (d)

Michael Dease – Coming Home
Album: Solid Gold
Michael Dease (tb), Steve Wilson (as), Renee Rosnes (p), Christian McBride (b) and Ulysses Owens Jr. (d)

Claude Diallo Situation – La Danse Des Colibris
Album: Now Then
Claude Diallo (p), Laurenz Salzard (b) and Massimo Buonanno (d)

The Curtis Brothers – Mass Manipulation
Album: Completion of Proof
Zaccai Curtis (p), Luques Curtis (b), Ralph Peterson (d), Brian Lynch (tp), Joe Ford (as), Jimmy Greene (ts) and Rogerio Boccato (brazilian perc)

Michael Thomas
August 28th 2013, Sculler’s Jazz Club – Boston, MA
September 5th 2013, Mandarin Oriental Hotel – New York, NY
September 9th 2013, Tea Lounge – Brooklyn, NY
September 27th 2013, Tea Lounge – Brooklyn, NY

Michael Dease

Luques Curtis
August 26th & 28th-31st 2013, Smalls Jazz Club – New York, NY
September 12th 2013, City of Chicago Festival – Chicago, IL
September 17th 2013, Indy Jazz Festival – Indianapolis, IN

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