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Phillip Johnston's Transparent Quartet - The Needless Kiss (1998) {Koch Jazz - KOC CD 7898}

Phillip Johnston's Transparent Quartet - The Needless Kiss (1998) {Koch Jazz - KOC CD 7898}
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© 1998 Koch Jazz | KOC CD 7898
Jazz / Progressive Jazz / Modern Creative / Post Bop / Saxophone

The Needless Kiss was the first CD by Phillip Johnston's Transparent Quartet, the drummerless quartet he formed in the late 1990s after leading The Microscopic Septet and Big Trouble. It was released in 1998 on Koch Jazz, but is now out-of-print, due to the corporate downsizing of that label. In addition to originals by Johnston and pianist Joe Ruddick, the group played distinctive arrangements of tunes by a variety of composers, for instance on this CD, Frederic Chopin & Raymond Scott.
Merle Haggard - Same Train, A Different Time (1969) {KOCH KOC 3-4051-2 rel 1995}

Merle Haggard - Same Train, A Different Time (1969) {KOCH KOC 3-4051-2 rel 1995}
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© 1969, 1995 Capitol Records / KOCH KOC 3-4051-2
Country / Bakersfield Sound / Traditional Country / Country Blues

Same Train, Different Time is Merle Haggard's affectionate tribute to Jimmie Rodgers. Haggard provides narration between the songs, offering tales of Rodgers' life and music. While the album is rooted in the past, the key to its success is how Haggard updates these traditional songs without losing sight of their roots. There are contemporary folk, country and blues influences scattered throughout the record, adding depth to the music and proving that Rodgers' music is indeed timeless.

Indian Cuisine Diabetes Cookbook: Savory Spices and Bold Flavors of South Asia  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by First1 at Feb. 21, 2018
Indian Cuisine Diabetes Cookbook: Savory Spices and Bold Flavors of South Asia

Indian Cuisine Diabetes Cookbook: Savory Spices and Bold Flavors of South Asia by May Abraham Fridel
English | (May 31st, 2017 | ISBN: 1580405991 | 200 pages | EPUB | 11.02 MB

The Indian Cuisine Diabetes Cookbook brings the taste, aroma, and health benefits of basic and exotic Indian spices into the kitchen for those with diabetes or prediabetes, or those simply looking to eat and feel better.

Koch Marshall Trio - Toby Arrives (2018)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Feb. 18, 2018
Koch Marshall Trio - Toby Arrives (2018)

Koch Marshall Trio - Toby Arrives (2018)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue, log) ~ 332.89 Mb + 184.14 Mb (Scans) | MP3 CBR 320kbps ~ 117.63 Mb (Cover)
Blues, Instrumental | 00:50:52 | Country: USA | Label: The Players Club

At the heart of this organ trio is a blues sensibility - but Koch's compositions are an amalgam of rock, funk, jazz and country served up with heavy grooves and dynamic improvisations delivered with no small dose of humor and occasional wild abandon. The trio blends the explosive guitar manipulations of Greg, the groove-centric, power-pocket playing of his son Dylan on drums (who share many telepathic musical moments) and the glorious, Hammond organ stylings of the uber-talented Toby Marshall, Greg’s compositions are properly portrayed in the blues drenched, funk, chicken-fried, gospelly, jazz-rock panorama in which they were conceived. Their first release, “Toby Arrives” the first moments of their unexpected musical partnership captured at an extemporaneous jam session earlier in the year.
Fred Ho and the Monkey Orchestra - Monkey: Part Two (1997) {Koch Jazz - KOC 3-7840-2H1}

Fred Ho and the Monkey Orchestra - Monkey: Part Two (1997) {Koch Jazz - KOC 3-7840-2H1}
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© 1997 Koch Jazz / TAP | KOC 3-7840-2H1
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Experimental / Modern Creative / Baritone Saxophone / Flute

I’m honored to discuss this CD. I found Fred Ho’s Monkey: Part One a glorious surprise, and this second section of his musical setting for the trickster tale is no disappointment. The ensemble’s personnel has few changes, notably Francis Wong as tenorist; but its spirit remains dramatic, flexible and visionary as Ho achieves tremendous range from trombone, three saxophones (including his own baritone), bass and drums, and several performers on Chinese traditional instruments.
Fred Ho and the Monkey Orchestra - Monkey: Part One (1996) {Koch Jazz - KOC 3-7815-2H1}

Fred Ho and the Monkey Orchestra - Monkey: Part One (1996) {Koch Jazz - KOC 3-7815-2H1}
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© 1996 Koch Jazz / TAP | KOC 3-7815-2H1
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Experimental / Modern Creative / Baritone Saxophone / Flute

Monkey is a two-part recording of baritone saxophonist Fred Ho's multimedia musical Journey Beyond the West, centered around the Chinese trickster figure of Monkey (à la Coyote in much native American lore) that combines Chinese folk music and instrumentation with jazz. Acts I and III (composed in 1990/1989, respectively) are featured here, with Acts II and IV (both written in 1994) on the companion Monkey, Pt. 2 disc.
Laura Roelofs, Stefan Koch, Mary Siciliano & Seth Keeton - Stöhr: Chamber Music, Vol. 2 (2018)

Laura Roelofs, Stefan Koch, Mary Siciliano & Seth Keeton - Stöhr: Chamber Music, Vol. 2 (2018)
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 245 MB
Label: Toccata Classics | Tracks: 07 | Time: 59:25 min

Like Korngold, Toch, Schoenberg, Zeisl and Zemlinsky, Richard Stohr (1874-1967) was another Austrian composer driven into American exile by the Nazis. His generous output of music ripe for rediscovery includes seven symphonies, fifteen violin sonatas among much other chamber music, songs, and choral and piano pieces. His expansive E flat Piano Trio of 1905 sits firmly in the Viennese Romantic tradition downstream from Schubert and Brahms, with one lovely tune following another, whereas the Three Songs, written only four years later, look forward to the lyrical intensity of Korngold.

Chico Hamilton - Foreststorn (2001) {Koch Jazz}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Jan. 7, 2018
Chico Hamilton - Foreststorn (2001) {Koch Jazz}

Chico Hamilton - Foreststorn (2001) {Koch Jazz}
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Genre: jazz, big band

Foreststorn is the 2001 album by American jazz drummer Chico Hamilton. This one features guests Steve Turre, John Popper, and Charlie Watts. This was released by Koch Jazz.
Wolfgang Koch, Heidi Brunner, Charles Reid - Zemlinsky: Eine florentinische Tragödie, Op. 16 (Live) (2018)

Wolfgang Koch, Heidi Brunner, Charles Reid - Zemlinsky: Eine florentinische Tragödie, Op. 16 (Live) (2018)
Classical, Opera | WEB FLAC (tracks) & front cover | 252 MB
Label: CapriccioNR | Tracks: 17 | Time: 52:18 min

Oscar Wildes A Florentine Tragedy was written in 1893, but remained a fragment when the author was arrested for sodomy. But the material was in the air, so to speak, and Alexander von Zemlinsky, who may have had Richard Strauss recourse to Wildes Salome in mind and hoped for a similar success with A Florentine Tragedy, finally converted the play into a one-act opera.

Bob James & Earl Klugh - One On One (1979) {Koch}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Dec. 3, 2017
Bob James & Earl Klugh - One On One (1979) {Koch}

Bob James & Earl Klugh - One On One (1979) {Koch}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3u | Full Scans 300dpi | 164MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 88MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Smooth Jazz

Hot on the heels of his commercial breakthrough Touchdown, which contained the monster hit "Angela (Theme from Taxi)," Bob James teamed up with acoustic guitarist Earl Klugh for the first of two hit duet albums. One on One is not strictly a duet side, however. The pair is accompanied by a band of crack studio types that includes James' former CTI mates acoustic bassist Ron Carter and drummer Harvey Mason and a host of others as well as string and woodwinds sections. The fare is light, breezy, and barely there in places. Out of these sessions came "The Afterglow," which lit up the charts right after "Angela" did, making James the hottest jazz commodity on the scene.