||Live in Chicago CD (2000) |
Rob Amster albums LIVE IN CHICAGO was nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album.
Kurt Elling may well be carrying the scat singing torch into the new millennium. Employing a singing ...
||Close Your Eyes CD (1995)
Rob Amster songs CLOSE YOUR EYES was nominated for a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance.
An utterly unique performer, Chicago-based vocalist Kurt Elling debuts with his bold, brash aesthetic fully formed on ...
||Man in the Air CD (2003)
Rob Amster music CDs MAN IN THE AIR was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album.
One of the most distinctive, forward-looking vocalists in contemporary jazz, Kurt Elling is clearly inspired by ...
||Messenger CD (1997) |
Rob Amster CD discography THE MESSENGER was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance.
This is one of the most interesting jazz vocal sets to be released in 1997. Kurt Elling covers ...
||Children of the Night CD (2000) |
Rob Amster discography Track Listing of songs: Children of the Night; Beatrice; Naima; For Bill; One Finger Snap; Footprints; Goodbye Pork Pie Hat; Nardis;
||Future Was Yesterday CD (2005) |
Rob Amster albums After a powerful drum solo opens, The Future Was Yesterday, the debut album for Chicago/Paris sax player Brad Wheeler, the sax kicks in and one immediately is taken by the sound ...
||Jazz Spirit, Vol. 2 CD (2006) |
Rob Amster CD discography The Chicago jazz pianist performs a series of duo and quartet arrangements on religious themes, part of a series of sacred concerts first presented in Chicago.
Liner Note Author: Willie Pickens.
Recording information: ...
||Love Without Trust CD (2001) |
Rob Amster music CDs Where the guitarless Foolish Man made Saydak's Otis Spann-influenced piano the axis around which everything else revolved, Love Without Trust places the veteran sideman in the center of a full band. ...
||Comes Love CD (2005) |
Rob Amster songs Track Listing of songs: Best Is Yet to Come, The; If I Were a Bell; Ticket to Ride; Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye; Yesterdays; Midnight Sun; What'll I Do?; From This Moment On; ...
||Upward Spiral CD (1989) |
Rob Amster albums Before he moved to New Orleans in the '90s, Ed Petersen seemed like a fixture on the Chicago jazz scene. But the John Coltrane-influenced tenor saxman didn't do much recording as ...
||Trinity CD (2006) |
Rob Amster discography In some ways in a similar vein as Duke Ellington's Sacred Music, John Moulder here creates a set of his own inspirational jazz. The performances are exquisite, with sensitive performances on ...
||This Time It's Love CD (1998) |
Rob Amster CD discography THIS TIME IT'S LOVE was nominated for a 1999 Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Performance.
After taking the jazz vocal scene by storm, Kurt Elling got in a bit over his head, ...
||Foolish Man CD (1999) |
Rob Amster music CDs Ken Saydak's solo debut is an accomplished set of deep bluesy songs, and sees him flavoring his Chicago blues piano with hints of Cajun gumbo, honky tonk and swing. ~ John ...
||Instant Groove CD (2006) |
Rob Amster discography The music on this collection headed by trumpeter Bobby Lewis spans a seven-year period, with the personnel constantly changing. While most of the performances fit into hard bop with a few ...
||Having To Ask CD (2000) |
Rob Amster songs At the age of 25, Witkowski has a lot of background as a Chicago-based pianist/vocalist who studied with Hilario Duran and Chucho Valdes. After relocating to Manhattan, she is music director for a church. Vocally she's reminiscent of Sheila Jordan, and as a ...
||Journey... CD (2002) |
Rob Amster CD discography Rob Amster (bass); DJ Norman Rockwell (programming).
Recorded at Cable Switcher, Chicago, Illinois and EV Studios, Evanston, Illinois.
Speechwerks: Ries, Mars.
Additional personnel: Juice, DJ Rude One, Life, Casual, Nu-Ras (rap vocals);