Dave Douglas, trumpet player, has founded his own record label, Greenleaf Music, releasing his own recordings as well as albums by other artists in the jazz area.
He is a pioneer in new music marketing, setting new delivery methods for the jazz world and artist-run labels.
Time Travel features some of today’s brightest new stars – the quintet expresses Douglas’ independent spirit and enthusiasm, by choosing young and gifted collaborators.
Track Listing: Bridge to Nowhere; Time Travel; Law Of Historical Memory; Beware of Doug; Little Feet; Garden State; The Pigeon and the Pie.
Personnel: Dave Douglas: trumpet; Jon Irabagon: tenor saxophone; Matt Mitchell: piano; Linda Oh: bass; Rudy Royston: drums.
Trumpet player Ingrid Jensen and saxophone player Steve Treseler pay tribute to Kenny Wheeler, the melodic trumpeter. His music is revisited by two musicians that have felt the importance of his compositions to their musical growth. Cli!ck on the image to watch the NPR show
Tomasz Stanko is a Polish trumpeter and composer that was present at the birth of modern European jazz. His album Bluish demonstrates how his trumpet sound is immediately identifiable. His very own sound – comes from Miles Davis and Chet Baker – and is Northern European. Absorbing and impressive are two important adjectives for these compositions.
Tomasz Stanko – trumpet, Jon Christensen – drums, Arild Andersen – acoustic and electric bass
So many colours, warm colours, a great sound!
Arturo Sandoval trumpet John Belzaguy – bass Tiki Pasillas – percussions Dave Siegel – keys Johnny Friday – drums Kemuel Roig – piano
Marius Preda – cimbalom