Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features music by many international jazz artists. The main focus is on saxophonist and multi-woodwind instrumentalist Norbert Stachel and the music from his albums Shades Of The Bay and Out Of The Bag. The latter one is a collaboration between Norbert and his wife Karen Stachel, an established jazz and classical flutist. Other artists on the show include Sheryl Bailey and Harvie S (under their duo name Plucky Strum), pianist Nick Sanders and saxophonist Logan Strosahl, pianist Manami Morita, drummer Matt Slocum, the New York Gypsy All-Stars, as well as Fernando Otero.
Ismail Lumanovski (cl, comp), Tamer Pinarbasi (kanun), Panagiotis Andreou (b), Engin Kaan Gunaydin (d, perc), Jason Lindner (kbds, syn) and Marcelo Woloski (perc)
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