Jeremy Manasia | Witchery

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Witchery

by Jeremy Manasia

A sizzling display of finesse, chops and melodicism from a top jazz pianist.
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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1. 'C' Song
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2. You Do Something To Me
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6:40 album only
3. Witchery
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9:00 album only
4. Sweet Child
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4:00 album only
5. I Should Care
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6. No Good Man
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7. After You've Gone
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8. Dulcinee's Dance
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A native of Staten Island New York, Jeremy was born on the 28th of March 1971. He began playing piano at the age of seven, and it carried him through all his years of study, in the United States and abroad. Jeremy has toured the world with his music, and currently lives and teaches in New York City, where he has resided since 1997. Jeremy has been a finalist in the Thelonious Monk Competition, the Great American Jazz Piano Competition, and the American Pianists Association Jazz Piano Competition. Jeremy has performed with The Charles Owens Quartet, The Hotpants Funk Sextet, The David Gibson Quartet/Sextet, The Peter Bernstein Quartet, The Ryan Kisor Quintet, Nneena Freelon, Marlena Shaw, Diane Schur, Jimmy Cobb, Chris Potter, John Boutte and has recorded with Charles Owens, David Gibson, The Hotpants, Steve Santoro, Alex Graham and Melissa Morgan.


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chief jazz hoss

one of the greatest new piano trio's around today
This record really blew my mind. These guys play with dedication, spirit, swing, drive and above all else, love. You can hear and feel it when you put this disc on. I can't believe this is Mr. Manasia's first CD! A friend recommended that I buy it and I'm grateful that I did. The originals are super fresh and interesting while the standards are given beautiful renderings. The sound of the recording is amazing: you feel like you're in the same room with the band! I have a feeling this album will become a jazz classic.

Burt "BIG DADDY" Bummer

Rump Slapping Effort!
Great piano playing by the resident pianist himself Jeremy Manasia. He tickles the ivories and performs beautiful originals like 'C' Song, Sweet Child & the self titled Witchery. The record company sat on this recording for over 3 years before releasing it. Good thing The Cellar Live label had I.H.S. in their payroll! Weeds & Hendrickson-Smith are devout jazz freaks and they know and play with great jazz muscians. The Bummer is no fool either...so her gives this cd: five bare bottomed slaps and, a series of red hand prints on your gluteous maximus!!

Jennifer 9843

precise playing
Wichery is stellar. Precise playing illuminates the new york night life. People are in need of new and talented artists to hear. Like Mr. Manasia. His playing is as good as Jason Moran's i feel. Kudos to Corey Weeds @ Vancouver's Jazz Cellar label for hooking this promising fish.