Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax Appears on
||Honky Tonkin' CD (1999) |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax songs A budget sampling from Copeland's five Rounder albums from the 1980s. All in all, a nice cross-section and a good introduction to this artist's later work. Special bonus points for including his collaboration with African musicians ...
||Essential Recordings: Down on Bended Knee CD (2009) |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax music CDs Johnny Copeland was unusual among his contemporaries in that he played a sophisticated brand of horn-laden urban blues heavily influenced by T-Bone Walker. ESSENTIAL RECORDINGS: DOWN ON BENDED KNEE collects the best of Copeland's 1980s recordings ...
||When Lights Are Low CD (2002) |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax CD discography This album began with the choice of each song for it's imagery and beauty of melody. With evolving performances and the musicians' gorgeous and "edgy" harmonic and rhythmic illuminations, the interior worlds of the songs opened ...
||Further On Up the Road CD (1993) |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax discography This live Australian import is a no-frills Texas guitar feast. ~ Bill Dahl
Recorded live in Australia in 1990. Includes liner notes by David White.
Personnel: Johnny Copeland (vocals, guitar); Teo Leyasmeyer (electric piano); Randy Lee Lippincott (bass ...
||Joyful! CDs (2007) |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax albums Pete Malinverni follows jazz greats like Duke Ellington and Dave Brubeck by devoting an entire release to original sacred music, though Malinverni's extensive background as both a jazz musician and a minister of music gives him ...
||Live In Australia CD (1997) |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax CD discography This is no hastily assembled disc to cash in on the late Johnny Copeland's unfortunately early demise, but one of his finest recordings. Whether in the studio or live, Copeland always pours a lot of sweat ...
||Bass Hits CD (1999) |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax music CDs In the tradition-minded jazz world of the '90s, many fine players record albums full of standards, but few utilize the compositions of their heroes with as much sense of purpose as Peter Martin Weiss does on ...
||Language Of Love CD (1999) |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax songs Vanessa Rubin's 1999 album Language of Love features more of her smooth vocal stylings, along with guest performances from Freddy Cole on two tracks, "Nice 'N' Easy" and "Everytime We Say Goodbye." Other standout tracks include ...
||New Horizons CD (1997) |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax albums Recorded at Pacifique Studios, North Hollywood, California.
Personnel: Vanessa Rubin (vocals, background vocals); Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet); Aaron Graves (keyboards); Rich Good (acoustic bass); Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax (drums); Kimati Dinizulu (percussion); Larry Steelman, André Fischer, Patrice Rushen, Paul ...
||Yoyogi CD |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax discography There are significant differences between this second undertaking by the the Jazz Expressions and their initial offering. First, they have reconstituted themselves from a quartet to a trio. Second, there are personnel changes, with bass player ...
||Boom Boom CD (1990) |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax CD discography Sometimes Copeland's Texas shuffle blues just don't have any bite. He came perilously close on this set to having to depend on gimmicks and experience. Copeland couldn't find anyway to refresh material like "Beat the Boom ...
||Ain't Nothin' But A Party CD (1988) |
Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax albums Although there are hundreds of classic studio-made blues albums in the world, there is something about raucous, up-tempo electric blues performed live that does a soul good. Johnny Copeland's Grammy-nominated AIN'T NOTHIN' BUT A PARTY is one such event. As the ...