Blogging All Things Jazz from Montreal

My gig listings, new music. that kind of thing updates/ & another live recording

In this blog post

1. Discoveries on the internet is now updated
3. More music to be recorded Nov. 7 at St. Clement’s Church

I wanted to mention a few I have been away from the computer for awhile. Check out This link will point to the list of songs that are considered jazz standards. (about 700). You can read the entry which provides the criteria for the selections.  I very much liked the Amazon widget which has short sound files of the different versions, Very handy for a musicians and a real kick to listen to the various approaches.

One of the definitions from the site: A “jazz standard” is a composition that is held in continuing esteem and is commonly used as the basis of jazz arrangements and improvisations.

Note from Founder: Jeremy Wilson was developed by Jeremy Wilson, a jazz fan and information management specialist. When looking for documentation on jazz standards a few years ago he found it was available, but spread out and direly in need of centralization and preservation.

Using newspaper archives, liner notes, websites and books, many of which are out of print, he has documented the origins of the top 100 jazz standards. And more are on the way.

All in all, I highly recommend this site. Hopefully, you will find it as interesting as I did. is now updated

After a long haul and an epic battle with procrastination (I won) I have finally had my main site updated. I’ve even included a chat box (meebo) that connects to many other chat applications. Feel free to pay the site a visit and if you have some recommendations please send them my way. I now have a “Listening Room” on the site where you can stream my last 2 musical projects.

Another Live Recording is on the way Nov 7 in Montreal

After much consideration/soul searching I have decided to record another session at St. Clement’s Church. I enjoy so many tunes that it’s sometimes very difficult to choose which one to record. It’s a bit different with my originals, I prefer to listen to them once recorded as this lets me analyze them (over and over, LOL) and from that….I make the changes that fit with my concept. It’s not a speedy process,  and it does get a bit messy but I have to claim it as my own.

till the next post. cheers


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If you enjoy~ Please feel free to donate Notes: 7-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, or FLAC. Some of these tunes will be re-recorded for my next release.They are un-mastered and were recorded live at St. Clement's Anglican Church Aug. 22, 2009 in Verdun. It was a very hot,humid night. Our drummer, Dave Laing played mostly brushes due to sound constraints.I Hope you enjoy the tunes!

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