New app to record Gabriel's Jazz Alley webcast Tues & Wed Nov 27-28

Got to Seattle a day ahead just to hang before my shows tomorrow and Wednesday, Nov 27-28. I just checked out the ShowGo.TV streaming webcast site, and it looks pretty cool. I will have my laptop set up to record the screen 's video and audio with a free app called Camtasia (ScreenFlow for Mac users). I hope you can tune in!
This takes place 26 hours from the time of this send, for all my world wide friends!

TWO SHOWS:
When: November 27 and 28, 2012 - 7:30 PM PT


Gabriel Mark Hasselbach
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Live webcast from Jazz Alley

Hey Everyone,

You can check out my live webcasts coming up from Jazz Alley in Seattle next week!

When: November 27, 2012 - 7:30 PM Pacific time
Where: http://www.ShowGo.tv/clubs/jazzalley

When: November 28, 2012 - 7:30 PM Pacific time
Where: http://www.ShowGo.tv/clubs/jazzalley

Tune in on your browser or phone for a really fun show! You can even record it with apps like Camtasia or Screenflow....

Better yet, come for the shows in person:
http://jazzalley.com/artist.asp?artistid=1207

Cheers, Gabriel

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Webcast links for Gabriel's Jazz Alley shows Nov 27 & 28

Hi Friends and Fans,
 
Dimitriou's Jazz Alley is the fourth longest running jazz venue in North America, with a fantastic layout and well known performers. Our Jazz Alley show Nov 27 & 28 will be awesome, and we'd love it if you were there!

But, if you can't be there in person, you can still catch the webcast, LIVE from Jazz Alley in Seattle.

We are flying in special performers and have an amazing show planned. Set your calendar reminders....

Just click below and turn up your speakers! Alternately, check out my Facebook page, too, there should be a little video player on it, but is not required to view... just use your regular browser or smart phone.


TWO SHOWS:

When: November 27, 2012 - 7:30 PM PT
Where: http://www.ShowGo.tv/clubs/jazzalley


When: November 28, 2012 - 7:30 PM PT
Where: http://www.ShowGo.tv/clubs/jazzalley

The first single from Kissed By The Sun, Starpixie, spent several months on the Billboard charts, 
and the next single Ready When You Are will be released to radio in January. Onward and upward!

Here is a link to a high or medium rez download of  the Ready When You Are radio edit. 
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Smooth Jazz Therapy review

Gabriel - Kissed By The Sun

After his 2010 project ‘Told Ya So’, horn player Gabriel Mark
Hasselbach, aka Gabriel, certainly had a lot to live up to. It was a
recording that brimmed with understated magnificence and included
contributions from Jeff Lorber, Paul Brown, Marc Antoine and Darren
Rahn. Now Gabriel has re-united with Lorber for the splendid ‘Kissed
By The Sun’. Not only does it live up to expectations but in fact
blows them sky high. With all ten tracks written produced and
engineered by these two fine musicians (and with Lorber variously
playing guitar, bass and keys throughout) this is a body of work that
is sure to be one of the highlights of the contemporary jazz year.

Think James Brown, think funky and you will be perfectly in sync with
what the zesty ‘King James’ is all about. As the album’s opening tune
it provides an early insight into the superb vibe that permeates the
entire collection and in addition affords a nice platform for the
combined artistry of Gabriel on trumpet, Lorber on keys and the
rapidly emerging Rock Hendricks on sax. When sax duties pass to Walle
Larsson the result is the swaggering ‘Lock It Up’ which finds Gabriel
in decidedly jazzy mode and he stays that way for ‘Funk In Deep
Freeze’ which showcases the incomparable Brian Bromberg on bass and
the ubiquitous Chuck Loeb on guitar.

Lorber takes center stage for the funk drenched ‘No One Like You’ and
he also comes up big for the extremely edgy ‘UnReal Blues’ for which
Gabriel switches effortlessly between trumpet and flute in the most
magical of ways. Lorber again makes a significant input to the
smoothly jazzy ‘Starpixie’. Already climbing the chart of most played
on smooth jazz radio this is a track that seems certain to widen
Gabriel’s already considerable appeal

The romantically inclined ‘Ready When You Are’ is a delight while
elsewhere the wonderful ‘Kindness’ finds Gabriel at his mellow best.
It proves to be what might be described as textbook smooth jazz and
much the same can be said of the easy grooving title cut that benefits
from a rhythm that is entirely to die for. However, all things
considered, a real personal favorite is the rhythmic, mid-tempo ‘Its
Real’ which features Rob Tardik on guitar and is right up there with
the best that ‘Kissed By The Sun’ has to offer.

In every respect ‘Kissed By The Sun’ is a truly exceptional CD and
comes highly recommended.

For more go to www.gabrieljazz.com


Read Denis Poole's complete review online:
http://smoothjazztherapy.typepad.com/my_weblog/2012/07/gabriel-kissed-by-the-...

My old friend and colleague Beverly Staunton

It is always great to see and hear(!) Beverly on Dancing With The Stars. She has been staff singer on DWTS since the beginning (7 yrs) and always just nails it! (her cohorts aren't too shabby either).
Beverly sang in my Sass'n'Class Band for a number of years around Vancouver and recorded a really sweet album that included one of the Dianne Shurr tunes we did live. We all knew she had big things in her future....you go grrrl!
Bev, if you are reading this, drop me a note.... Luv ya.... G

(Beverly Staunton, center)

Check out the Blue Note Archives app

Blue Note and Groovebug launch first premium OpenEMI app

Legendary jazz label Blue Note Records has released an iPad app, developed by Groovebug, which serves as a social network and specialized etailer for all things related to the genre. Watch the video below for a demo.

It’s the first app to be commercially released through OpenEMI, an initiative launched in partnership with the Echo Nest that simplifies music licensing and gives developers more flexibility in how they work with licensed music.

The app costs $1.99 a month for unlimited music streaming, new music and other content added monthly; expert-curated playlists, user playlists, social network integration, discussion pages, extended liner notes, photos and videos, and historical documents. Blue Note describes it as “the ultimate digital box set.”  Featuring classic Blue Note artists such as Wayne Shorter, Dexter Gordon and Art Blakey, the free-to-download free app plays 30-second clips of the tracks playable without activating a subscription.

Neil Tinegate, vice president Digital Projects at EMI Music, said: “Groovebug have done an amazing job with the Blue Note App, creating a fantastic experience that really brings this outstanding content to life. The App looks and sounds incredible and is a brilliant way to get completely immersed in the world of Blue Note and its seminal artists. The partnership approach of the OpenEMI process has meant that whilst EMI has taken care of tasks such as licensing and clearances, and now distribution and marketing, Groovebug have been able to concentrate on what they do best – designing and building a stunning app.”

Related links:

Groovebug – http://groovebug.com

BlueNote – http://www.bluenote.com

OpenEMI – http://www.emimusic.com/openemi

Echo Nest API – http://developer.echonest.com