Part of the proceeds will go to the Al "Jazzbeaux" Collins Memorial Scholarship Fund.


Listening to Bob Florence at the keyboard is like a combination of Valium and Prozac.  One has the feeling of calmness, and well-being.


Artist Series


This is the only known recording (70 stereo minutes) of <b>Stan Kenton&#146;s</b> second-to-last (1977) orchestra, which was excellently recorded during a nightclub concert.


The New England Jazz Ensemble Live



This NEWEST CD, and the first SOLO recording (as opposed to Ensemble) by KIM RICHMOND features Reggie Thomas (brilliant pianist from St. Louis), bassist Trey Henry and drummer Joe La Barbera.

Phil has the ability to compose and arrange some of the most beautiful ballads to the most exciting, swinging big band charts.   This new CD is one not to be missed . . .

Sammy Nestico is a big band legend in every sense of the word.  Every big band musician in the world - whether amateur or professional - has played his charts at one time or another.

This is an amazing album, great charts, excellent recording and just great playing.  Key arrangements by the late Herbie Phillips take Be-Bop Big Band to new heights.

Wow! This was one fun recording session! The charts were all so different, and well written. Six originals, five standards, two concert/film sound track type compositions. Special guest artist: Fred Radke, leader of the Harry James Orchestra.