We close out January with a diverse line up of new releases for your listening delight.

First up is the posthumous released CD by one of the all time great jazz flutists, Sam Most who passed away about 18 months ago.  Mr. Most’s New Jazz Standards on Summit Records s a collection of a dozen tunes all written by the noted trumpeter Carl Saunders. In addition to flute, Sam is heard on clarinet, baritone sax and he throws in some scatting as well.

When Cynthia Felton isn’t singing on stage or in a recording studio, Dr. Cynthia J. Felton serves as the Director for the Ethnomusicology Library of American Heritage in Los Angeles. For her 4th recording, all on her own Felton Entertainment label, Cynthia renders tribute to her singing role model, Nancy Wilson, Ms. Felton’s latest is titled Save Your Love For Me. As with her previous outings Cynthia is accompanied by an all star cast.

The always exciting trumpeter Jeremy Pelt’s new one for 2015 is Tales, Musings and other Reveries for the HighNote label. An imaginative player, this release features two drummers, Billy Drummond on the right channel and Victor Lewis on the left channel as well as pianist Simona Premazzi and bassist Ben Allison.

We’ll also debut new recordings by saxophonist Jim Snidero-Main Street with our own Rudy Royston on drums. New York City based pianist Dave Bass chimes in with NYC Sessions with Phil Woods, Harvie S. and Ignacio Berroa. a sold gold group and time permitting a few more beginning at Noon, MTN time.

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