Here is a piece that was originally written for an electronic project of mine. Then it was recorded and appeared on the jazz trio recording “The Fantastic Adventures of an Amphibian Named Jamal”. Now it has a solo piano version with sheet music if you want to give it a spin.
As you can see by the picture below, there is a lot going on right now. I’ve been fortunate to teach for a long time – so long that my former students have grown up and become collaborators. And to top it off, one of my favorite new bands comes to town and I get to play a show with them.
This is a piece I wrote a while back that never was recorded – just played live a lot with various instrumentation. My favorite was when Aiko Shimada and I would do this one as a duet. She would sing the melody and it was amazing. If you haven’t heard her music, go listen to her records today!
I was made aware by Facebook this morning that my music page has reached 500 followers. As many of you know I’m not a big Facebook or hype person, but I really appreciate that people have taken the time to find and like the page.
To say “thank you”, I wanted to give a sneak-peak to an album I’ve been working on for many years. In the form of a free download or stream to a song…
Photo: Carrie Robinson Katie Jacobson, Anna Freedman and Flora McGill listening to Paul Kimble say funny (or not funny) things through the headphones