09-27-17, Saxophone cookoff, piano preserves:

Young Sounds of Arizona (dir. Andrew Gross 2017)-One by One, Afrodisia-ONE BY ONE

Tom Goodwin Quintet feat. John Schoolboy Porter and Prince Shell-Cheesecake-JAZZ FROM STUDIO ONE 

Jimmy Nistico feat. Beth Lederman-Cheesecake-JAZZ EXPRESS AT SAN MARCOS

Herbie Mann on Atlantic Records-1974 VINTAGE COMMERCIAL OF THE WEEK

Bob Ravenscroft-Arrival-JAZZ IN AZ 30 YEAR COMPILATION

Sherry Roberson feat. Armand Boatman-St. Louis Blues-SENSATIONAL

Francine Reed-Wild Women don’t Get the Blues-JAZZ IN AZ 30 YEAR COMPILATION

Keith Greko-In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning-AND FRIENDS

Rich Howard and Tim Downs-Reluctant Bullfighter-LATIN TECHNO

Steve Chesseboro-Cigarette Blues-OUTSTANDING BLUES

Novo Mundo-Romaria-ESPIRITO DO BRASIL

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