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Blues For Thelonious - Ron Kobayashi Trio - No Preservatives (CD, Album)

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  1. Hailing from the Southern California area, the Ron Kobayashi Trio consists of pianist/leader Kobayashi, bassist Baba Elefante, and drummer Steve Dixon. Kobayashi has performed with the likes of Mel Tormé, Read Full Biography. Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓.
  2. No Preservatives by Ron Kobayashi Trio - CD () for $ from neteamagzedetamiwinneredeto.coinfo Jazz - Order by Phone Price: $
  3. Ron Kobayashi Trio, Category: Artist, Albums: Of Standards, Be-Bop And Swing, No Preservatives, Exotic Places, Top Tracks: Walking On The Moon, Plastic People, Exotic.
  4. R&B and Soul Music CDs. R&B and soul are two forms of music that provide listeners with a rich and meaningful variety of songs. Soul music, often inspired by the African American experience and Black culture, is a form of music with a rich legacy that continues to evolve.
  5. Jun 26,  · KSDS Playlist Archive Thursday, June 26th Jazz88 Speakeasy: Music on KSDS-FM is broadcast through a music library preservation project made possible by the generosity of the Joan and Irwin Jacobs Foundation.. The Joan and Irwin Jacobs Foundation has helped KSDS adapt to technology changes by digitizing and archiving more than 17, Jazz and Blues albums for future .
  6. You’re invited for an afternoon of jazz with the Ron Kobayashi Trio featuring the vocals of Andrea Miller. Your ears will be in for a treat, as in , the Ron Kobayashi Trio was nominated for Best Jazz at the Orange County Music Awards. Here are the details When: Saturday, June 29th,
  7. Tracklist: 1. That Old Feeling 2. I'll Never Smile Again 3. One Alone 4. You've Got Me Crying Again 5. Someone to Watch Over Me 6. Just Squeeze Me 7. Harbor Lights 8. Things Ain't What They Used to Be 9. Summer Song Red Sails in the Sunset Weep No More Bye Bye Blues Over the Rainbow Source: CD.
  8. Ron Kobayashi Trio: No Preservatives album review by Dave Nathan, published on November 1, "Blues for Thelonious" honors Monk with jagged harmonies that were the foundation of such tunes as "Well You Needn't". Another impressive piece is bassist Baba Elefante's "Chromonktic Blues" where Kobayashi settles in a groove coaxing from it.
  9. May 04,  · The recent Ron Kobayashi Trio CD "No Preservatives" received nationwide airplay. Their earlier disc "Exotic Places" made the "Top 30 Albums" in on radio station KSBR. In , the ensemble was voted "Best Jazz Group in Orange County" by readers of O.C. Weekly. Posted by Arnaldo DeSouteiro at AM.

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