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Live at the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival (DVD) $20

Personnel: Larry Brown, piano; Kent Miller, bass; Greg Holloway, drums; Peter Fraize, tenor saxophone; Thad Wilson, cornet

                  

Reviews of this album: Filmed LIVE at the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival with four high definition cameras. The band tears it up on this performance and swings hard! This DVD looks and sounds great! JazzReview.com says this Quintet represents "straight-ahead jazz at it's best".




 



Peace (CD) $10

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Personnel:
Larry Brown, piano; Kent Miller, bass; Greg Holloway, drums; special guests Jerry O'Sullivan, trombone and Leland Nakamora, drums.

Reviews of this album: "You can't judge a pianist by the tunes he covers...or can you? This CD certainly looks appealing, particularly to fans of jazz piano, as it features pieces by Thelonius Monk, Horace Silver, and Bill Evans among others. The album lives up to it's promise...Brown is a melodist at heart, well-versed in swing and bop traditions. The tunes are not laced with the usual assortment of harmonic clich├ęs. Instead, the trio moves from push-pull cadences into momentum-accruing choruses and crisp exchanges. -The Washington Post".






 



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Hard Bop Cafe (CD) $10

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Personnel: Larry Brown, piano; Kent Miller, bass; Greg Holloway, drums; Kyle Funn, trumpet and flugelhorn; Peter Fraize, tenor saxophone

Reviews of this album: True to form, Brown and his Quintet have produced something of note here. The impetus for the group's music is captured in the CD's title; the Quintet plays out of a hard bop bag, from the era of classic Blue Note recordings coming out of Rudy Van Gelder's studio. Brown and his men pay tribute to this era by reinventing it; this is not mere imitation. This is straight-ahead jazz at it's best, with a forthright approach to well chosen material, supported by first rate soloists and a rock-solid rhythm section. -JazzReview.com







 



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The Long Goodbye (CD) $10

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Personnel: Larry Brown, piano; Kyle Funn, trumpet and flugelhorn; James Fowler, bass; Joe McCarthy, drums.  Guests include: Bina Malhotra, vocals; Peter Fraize, tenor sax; Felix Contreras, percussion

Reviews of this album:  "Larry Brown takes a new tack with a new quartet
on his latest release. Anyone who was charmed by his previous recording
needn't worry, for once again the melodies linger".  "The rapport Brown has
developed with Funn, Fowler and McCarthy takes purely lyrical form."
"There's no mistaking the music's seductive allure". Read the full review of "The Long Goodbye" by The Washington Post.

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Dryden Street Sessions (CD) $10

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Personnel: Larry Brown, piano; Hugh Johnson, bass; Jim Gaglione, drums; Bina Malhotra, vocals; Special guest John Brown, drums on title track.

Reviews of this album:  "Larry Brown clearly falls into the 'artist deserving of greater exposure' category", Larry "demonstrates his gift for making familiar melodies sing and swing again", and "Brown...evokes the master touch on this consistently entertaining collection of jazz trio performances" - The Washington Post Read the full review of "Dryden Street Session" by The Washington Post. 

This first release from Larry Brown has been getting steady air play across the nation on various radio stations.  "Dryden Street Session" was also nominated for three "WAMMY" awards by the Washington Area Music Association.