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Shawn Maxwell

Live at the Bop Stop

Release Date: 06/27/2022

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Live at the Bop Stop

All music used with permission by Joshua Espinoza:   Yesterday - Lennon/McCartney Streetlight Serenade - Espinoza Metrican - Espinoza In My Life - Lennon/Emerson/McCartney  Appalachian Wanderer - Espinoza And So It Goes - Joel Birdsong - Espinoza Take the A Train - Stayhorn Eleanor Rigby - Lennon/McCartney Possessing a wide color palette, the Joshua Espinoza Trio explores shimmering harmonies and shifting orchestral contours with the aesthetic of a chamber ensemble as much as a jazz trio.  Through their genre-bending approach to songwriting, they've built a cross-generational...

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All music used with permission by Haidu, Williams and Allen. What a Difference a Day Makes - Grever/Adams The Chance - Kirkland You and the Night and the Music - Schwartz/Dietz Georgia On My Mind - Carmichael/Gorrell I Thought About You - Jarrett/Peacock/DeJohnette Pianist Noah Haidu’s two most recent releases are outstanding tributes to jazz legends, and he stopped by for two sold out performances with a legendary trio to play selections from both.  Doctone is the culmination of a film, book and album tribute to the legendary Kenny Kirkland, released in 2019. Slowly is his tribute to...

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All music used with permission by Haidu, Williams and Allen. Dienda - Kirkland Mister JC - Kirkland End of a Beautiful Friendship - Cole My Song - Jarrett Up Jumped Spring - Hubbard  Pianist Noah Haidu’s two most recent releases are outstanding tributes to jazz legends, and he stopped by for two sold out performances with a legendary trio to play selections from both.  Doctone is the culmination of a film, book and album tribute to the legendary Kenny Kirkland, released in 2019. Slowly is his tribute to Keith Jarrett, released in May 2021. Both project feature performances of...

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All music used with permission by Organ-Ism       Moon River - Mancini Full House - Sanborn Until It's Time For You To Go - Sainte-Marie Subindo - DelFierra Pocket Change - Smith You Are So Beautiful - Preston Southside - Smith     Four legendary Cleveland area sidemen got together to jam - and from those jam sessions decided to form Organism in 2007 and they’ve been making terrific music ever since. Featuring Howie Smith on saxophone – David Thomas on organ-Bob Ferrazza on guitar and Bill Ransom on drums the group has performed and toured with legendary...

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All music used with permission by Nortonk       Quant - Pale June 8th - Forbes Hertzog - Killacky Spiders - Crammer Eve - Forbes Eve - Killacky Chutes and Ladders - Killacky Untitled - Crammer     New York City based Nortonk explore the compatibilities of chordless compositions and free jazz. With a mathematical feel and precise energy, this foursome provides a different perspective on the tensions between improvisation and structured compositions.   Featuring David Adewumi on Trumpet, Gideon Forbes on Saxophone, Stephen Pale on Bass and Steven Crammer on Drums,...

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All music used with permission by Cleveland State University Jazz Faculty   Blues for LA - Frizzel Alone Together - Schwartz/Deitz Hottentot - Scofield Dienda - Marsalis TNJNT - Perrine Pungee - Neville/Modeliste/Nocentelli/Porter, Jr.   Northeast Ohio features a number of educational institutions that offer robust jazz programs, including Oberlin College, Tri-C, Kent State University and Cleveland State University. This week, members of the Cleveland State University Jazz Faculty get together to collaborate on original compositions and generally just jam. We’ve featured all four...

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All music used with permission by Unc D   VVL - Unc D Firstness of Thirdness - Unc D Trash Happy - Unc D SMLTHCKNS - Unc D Witches Wu - Unc D Traditional Phobia - Unc D Stress Yeeting - Unc D   One of Spotify’s most popular independent jazz artists, composer/producer/bassist Unc D delivers the energy of the Ohio jazz scene to a global audience by merging improvised instrumental music with beat making. Unc D and his band joined us to celebrate the release of his iPad Jazz x Splice Jazz Box Set, Vol. I. Featuring Thin Thicket on Keys, Tommy Lehman on Trumpet, Gino West on Drums,...

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Shawn Maxwell show art Shawn Maxwell

Live at the Bop Stop

All music used with permission by Shawn Maxwell  Track lisiting:  Ravage Eject - Maxwell Quiet House - Maxwell The New Abnormal - Maxwell Napping in the Sunshine - Maxwell Lunchbox - Maxwell Monster Shoes - Maxwell Dangerous Curve - Maxwell   Chicago based saxophonist Shawn Maxwell is consistently regarded as one of the boldest and most unique voices in jazz. Whether he’s performing material from his nine solo albums or leading the New Tomorrow quintet, Shawn’s music challenges audiences and takes chances. Shawn’s Quartet joined us for the first time in four years for a...

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Over the past thirty-five years, Jim Snidero has come to be known as one of the finest jazz musicians of his generation. As an alto saxophonist, composer, arranger, author and educator, Snidero has been called both a “master musician” and “alto saxophone virtuoso” by Downbeat Magazine. This week’s show is a fine example of why. Playing an extensive catalog of original compositions, Jim is joined by Phil Degreg on Piano, Dave Morgan on Bass and Reggie Jackson on Drums. From a November 6th, 2021 performance it’s Jim Snidero – Live at the Bop Stop. This program is...

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Northeast Ohio has no shortage of developing young jazz talent, and on trumpet one of the best is Frank Alowishus. Frank regularly performs as a sideman in multiple groups and as an adjunct member of the Cleveland Jazz Orchestra. This week, he steps into the spotlight with his own compositions and his own band. Featuring Joey Green on Bass, Joe Eff on Keys, Frank on Trumpet and Andrew Marunowski on Guitar, from July 25th, 2021 -it’s Frank Alowishus – Live at the Bop Stop. All tracks used with premission from Frank Alowishus. Feel Good - Alowishus Quantum - Alowishus Strollin' - Alowishus...

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All music used with permission by Shawn Maxwell

 Track lisiting: 

  • Ravage Eject - Maxwell
  • Quiet House - Maxwell
  • The New Abnormal - Maxwell
  • Napping in the Sunshine - Maxwell
  • Lunchbox - Maxwell
  • Monster Shoes - Maxwell
  • Dangerous Curve - Maxwell

 

Chicago based saxophonist Shawn Maxwell is consistently regarded as one of the boldest and most unique voices in jazz. Whether he’s performing material from his nine solo albums or leading the New Tomorrow quintet, Shawn’s music challenges audiences and takes chances.

Shawn’s Quartet joined us for the first time in four years for a selection of songs from his most recent solo album Millstream. From a September 24th, 2021 performance, it’s the Shawn Maxwell Quartet – Live at the Bop Stop.

 This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio with additional production by Graham Rosen and editing for WOBC and WNPA provided by Dr. Pete Naegele and for our podcast and other affiliates by Shawn Gilbert and Carsen Gilbert at GilAzar media. 

 The Executive Producer is Daniel Peck.

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