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Wealth Opportunities for Friends of Summit

24 October 2021

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The Brass Herald on Rex Richardson…

16 July 2018

Rex Richardson review in The Brass Herald:   excerpt:  “…you simply won’t find a better trumpet CD released in 2018! Among the frequent fireworks, outstanding high register and sumptuous tone, it contains some of the finest vocal playing I have heard on disc. Listening to Rex on this recording is simply a joy and a pleasure!”

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Michika Fukumori’s new SOLO PIANO recording is welcomed by reviewers…!

25 June 2018

Michika Fukumori’s new SOLO PIANO recording is welcomed by reviewers…!

Midwest Record by Chris Spector:  MICHIKA FUKUMORI/Piano Images – “The jazzy lady once again gives you all you need with just her and her piano.  Going solo on a set of mostly originals can be daunting but she’s more than up for the challenge.  A supremely enjoyable piano romp, these new tunes make themselves right at home in no time and become harder and harder to resist with each new playing.  Well done.”

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New Jazz Standards Vol 3 w/ Roger Kellaway getting great reviews!

15 June 2018

New Jazz Standards Vol 3 w/ Roger Kellaway getting great reviews!

FROM CD HOT LIST:  Each volume in this series so far has earned a Rick’s Pick designation, and the streak continues. New Jazz Standards is the title of a collection of compositions by the great jazz trumpeter Carl Saunders, and on the third installment in this series of recordings drawing from that collection we have a stellar trio led by pianist Roger Kellaway and also featuring bassist Jay Leonhart and drummer’s drummer Peter Erskine. It may seem slightly arrogant for a composer to refer to his own pieces as “new standards,” but honestly, if he didn’t do it himself everyone else would: these are tunes with the kind of rich melodic appeal and timeless, straight-ahead structure that characterizes all of the traditional jazz standards, and it’s difficult to imagine a more compelling advocate for them than Kellaway.

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