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  • Kermit Ruffins – Big Easy

    “Lots of good, greasy fun” – Rick Anderson, All Music Guide “Kermit plays a sweet, sweet horn” – Newsweek.com “A musical good-time tour of the Crescent City” – Larry Applebaum, Jazztimes
    $10.00$15.00
  • Dr. Michael White – Jazz from the Soul of New Orleans

    “[This CD] just may be the best-ever single overview of the traditional New Orleans jazz style ever recorded.”– Gambit Weekly. “This is jazz music you can get naughty and nasty with. The way it should be. 5 of 5” – Province (Vancouver, BC)
    $10.00$15.00
  • Henry Butler – The Game Has Just Begun

    “stunning, goose-pimple raising” – OffBEAT Magazine “pure Louisiana Blues magic” – Jazztimes Magazine
    $8.00$10.00
  • Jon Cleary – Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen

    Produced by John Porter. Featured guest: Bonnie Raitt. “The sexiest, most excruciatingly funky blues groove imaginable. What a band!” – Joseph Blake, Times-Colonist (Victoria, BC) “This self-titled disc is extraordinary in scope.” – Stamford Advocate #1 Louisiana CD of 2002 – Gambit Weekly Top 10 CDs of 2002 – OffBEAT Magazine Album of the Year – OffBEAT Best of the Beat Album of the Year – Gambit Big Easy Entertainment Award
    $10.00$15.00
  • Kermit Ruffins – 1533 St. Philip Street

    An unabashed entertainer who plays trumpet with a bright, silvery tone” – Jon Pareles, NY Times “A universal call to party” – Jeff Kalis, Jazziz “Channeling the free spirit of Satchmo” – C. Michael Bailey, AllAboutJazz.com Top local CDs of 2001 – Times-Picayune Best Traditional Jazz Album – OffBEAT Best of the Beat Awards
    $10.00$15.00
  • Los Hombres Calientes – Vol. 3: New Congo Square

    Grammy nominee for Best Latin Jazz Album Recorded on location in New Orleans, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Cuba. Billboard Latin Music Award nominee for Latin Jazz Album of the Year 2002 #1 local CD of 2001 – Times-Picayune
    $10.00$30.00
  • Irvin Mayfield – How Passion Falls

    An enhanced CD with video commentary by Wynton Marsalis. Produced by Delfeayo Marsalis. “fine showcase of his work, marked by a set of chops that truly separates this young trumpeter from the pack” – CMJ
    $10.00$15.00
  • Dr. Michael White – A Song for George Lewis

    “Top 10 CDs of 2000” – Chicago Tribune “one of the strongest, sweetest, most luminous traditional jazz releases to come out of New Orleans in many years” – Roger Hahn, NPR Jazz “Warm and wonderful…consistently winning” – Rick Anderson, All Music Guide
    $10.00$15.00
  • Jason Marsalis – Music in Motion

    “An abundance of good music” –Downbeat Magazine #2 on New York Times list of Best CDs You May Have Missed in 2000 Top CDs of 2000 Times-Picayune Top CDs of 2000 OffBEAT Magazine
    $8.00$10.00
  • Los Hombres Calientes – Vol. 2

    #4 on NY Times Best CDs of 2000 “A major new force in Jazz” – CMJ “The Hombres take their rightful place among the top tier of modern Cuban-influenced combos”. 4 stars.- Downbeat OffBEAT Magazine winner for Best Contemporary Jazz Album and Best Latin Album
    $10.00$15.00
  • Kermit Ruffins – Swing This!

    On the heels of his OffBEAT Magazine “Entertainer of the Year” award, Kermit includes a beefed up horn section to show the world what Swing should be. Produced by Tracey Freeman. Swing This! is swathed in the sauce of New Orleans with Ruffins the ever-ready chef. – JazzTimes
    $10.00$15.00
  • Irvin Mayfield – Irvin Mayfield

    “Young Phenom” – Chicago Tribune Produced by Delfeayo Marsalis
    $10.00$15.00

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