Brenton Plourde

Brenton Plourde

Philadelphia born saxophonist Andy Snitzer returns to his 1999 release title Some Quiet Place, this time adding a new track and a different album cover.R…
The Gospel Truth Revisited is a re-release of the 2001 release by Greg Vail with the subtraction of one song and the addition of three new ones. The 2001 releas…
Hailing from Germany, Chris Walden has combined the two elements of European big band with classic American big band to release a great album.What really stands o…
Peter White’s Playin’ Favorites is a smooth guitar jazz album that is filled with cover songs that soon will be covered by artists wanting to cover Peter White.…
There was supposed to be a quiet storm brewing with the new release of Chip Shelton’s follow up to his successful 2003 release Flute Bass-ics featuring the Ron Carter Qu…
Rap and a tenor. With additional elements added by saxophonist Mars Williams, the Dizzy Gillespie track "BeBop Interlude" is a standout. This album opens with "Baghdad C…
Being confined within is not a bad thing to some. On the album self duo titled album, guitarist Nick Fryer and saxophonist Doug Stone, being confined within is a good th…
Pastellic Reflections also equal musical reflections. Bringing together acoustic guitar and classical guitars, Joe Battaglia and Terrence McManus have come toge…
Maybe it’s the alternator. Formed in Tokyo in 1995, TV Pow, Brent Gutzeit and Michael Hartman, with added Todd A. Carter in 1996, moved to Chicago to form an ambient, la…
The cover proclaims this is danceable hard jazz and well it is. Since the inception in 1999, Monsieur Dubois has been only in Europe, playing clubs with real instruments…