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Supreme Thing

Supreme Thing (1994) Cabin 2 Music

This is the first recording released by the 13-piece PsychoAcoustic Orchestra, featuring local Cincinnati jazz luminaries such as Rick VanMatre, Scott Burns, Joe Gaudio, Morgy Craig, Eugene Marquis, Gary Winters, Pat Harbison, John Zappa, Stu Engel, Clarence Pawn, Gerard Alosio, Mike Sharfe, Marc Wolfley, and Pat Kelly. Fresh, eclectic jazz with eight Pat Kelly originals and PAO-style remakes of "Good (Bad) King Wenceslas" and John McLaughlin's "Dance of Maya". Liner notes by legendary jazz broadcaster Oscar Treadwell.


Reactivation (1996) Cabin 2 Music

Second CD by the PAO, named as "best recording of 1996" by Cincinnati CityBeat and called "Absolutely outstanding," by Keith Morris of the Cincinnati Enquirer. Features great ensemble and solo playing by Rick VanMatre, Scott Burns, Joe Gaudio, Eugene Marquis, Gary Winters, Pat Harbison, John Zappa, Paul Piller, Marc Fields, Gerard Alosio, Mike Sharfe, Marc Wolfley, and Pat Kelly. Six Pat Kelly originals plus Mike Sharfe's "Options", Charles Mingus' "Hora Decubitus" and The Cream's "Sunshine of Your Love". Liner notes by Neil Tesser of Chicago Reader.

Cinti Jazz Collection 1

J Curve Cincinnati Jazz Collection, Vol. I (1998)

This is first in a series of discs presented by J Curve Records owners Dale Rabiner and Barbara Gould which document the wealth of Cincinnati jazz talent. Includes performances by: Art Gore Quintet, Frank Vincent/Larry Kinley Quartet with Kenny Poole, Phil DeGreg Trio with Brad Goode, The PsychoAcoustic Orchestra, Bill Caffie with Steve Schmidt Organ Trio, Cohesion Jazz Ensemble, Sylvain Acher Quartet, Cal Collins Five, Mary Ellen Tanner with Lee Stolar Trio, Ray Felder/Wayne Yeager/Bobby Scott Group, Standard Time, Ron Enyard Trio with Sandy Suskind, and Wilbert Longmire Quartet. The 16-page booklet is full of photos and includes a preface and musician biographies by Cincinnati jazz historian William Lawless Jones.

Skyline Chili 50th Anniversary

Skyline Golden Sampler (1998) Skyline Time Music

A recording to celebrate the 50th birthday of Cincinnati's famous Skyline Chili. This compilation features remakes of popular songs of the 50s, 60s and 70s by local bands and performers including: The Chozen featuring P. Ann Everson-Price, The Bluebirds, Scotty Anderson, Latin X-posure, Prospect Hill, Eugene Goss, Soul Pocket, The Kelly Richey Band, Dixie Karas and Walt Coleman, The Goshorn Brothers, Larry Kinley with the Kenny Poole Trio, Circus of the Sun, The Haze, The Mistics, Cal Collins and The Steve Schmidt Trio, Ricky Nye, Sweet Alice Hoskins, and The Modulators with Mandy Gaines and Rufus Allen, Jr. Notes by Jim Hilmar.

Cinti Jazz Collection 2

J Curve Cincinnati Jazz Collection, Vol. II (1999)

Volume 2 of the jazz collection showcases more of Cincinnati's great jazz talent including: Standard Time, Kathy Wade with Ed Moss Trio, Latin X-posure, Chamberlain and Morgan with Wayne Yeager Organ Trio, Blue Wisp Big Band, William Menefield Trio, Phil DeGreg Trio with Joe Lukasik, Judy James with the Society Jazz Orchestra, Steve Schmidt Trio, Cal Collins/Kenny Poole Quartet, and Frank Powers Classic Jazz Ensemble. Preface and musician biographies by jazz historian William Lawless Jones plus pages of photos.

Cinti Jazz Collection 3

J Curve Cincinnati Jazz Collection, Vol. III: The Blues (2000)

A third set of local jazz recordings pays respect to "The Blues" in its many guises. Great performances by: P. Ann Everson-Price, Scotty Anderson Quartet, Wilbert Longmire, Latin X-posure, Eugene Goss, Marc Fields/Randy Villars Quintet, Frank Powers and Bill Gemmer with Phil DeGreg Trio, Dixie Karas, Cat City, Kathy Wade and Mike Wade with Erwin Stuckey Trio, Sandy Suskind Quartet, Bill Caffie with Steve Schmidt Organ Trio, Steve Schmidt Trio, and Rusty Burge with Phil DeGreg Trio. Liner notes and musician bios by Patrick Kelly and lots of photos.

Donde Estas

¿Donde Estas? (2000) J Curve Sabroso

A CD of salsa, merengue, bolero and Latin jazz by Latin X-posure. This tight 12-piece group features three female vocalists and four horns plus Latin rhythm section. Enjoyable for listening and dancing. Laura Toscaris, Maribel Andrade, Llilian Valdez, Maria Alvarez, vocals; Gary Winters, Brian Schwab, trumpets, Clarence Pawn, trombone, Joe Gaudio, saxophones, Mike Sharfe, bass, Pat Kelly, piano, Miguel Maldonado, timbales, Victor Velez, congas, Chris Velez, bongos. Special guest, Rick VanMatre, saxophones and flute.

Triple Stop

Triple Stop (2001) J Curve Roots & Blues

Scotty Anderson is known the world over by discerning guitar aficionados (as well as just plain guitar freaks): they all love him. His technique and musicality are amazing and legendary. This CD features Scotty's country/jazz interpretations of 11 tunes in big band, small group and solo settings. He is joined by Steve Schmidt, organ & piano, Mike Sharfe, bass, Randy Winters, drums, Scott Risner, mandolin, Paul Patterson, fiddle, Gary Winters, trumpet, Steve Hoskins, saxophones, Paul Piller, trombone, Doug Morgan, baritone saxophone, Rusty Burge, vibes, Orlando Torres, percussion, and a string section. Liner notes by Jim Hilmar of Vintage Guitar Magazine.

Hidden Treasures

Hidden Treasures - Cincinnati's Tribute To King Records (2002) The Inclusion Network

A compilation paying tribute to the legacy of Syd Nathan's King Records sponsored by The Inclusion Network and The Mayerson Foundation. Local and international musicians perform songs from the library of King Records hits in Country, Bluegrass and Rock N' Roll genres. Includes performances by: Peter Frampton, Philip Paul, Bootsy Collins, Blessid Union of Souls, Over The Rhine, Ass Ponys, Eugene Goss & Rich Uncle Skeleton, The PsychoAcoustic Orchestra, The Goshorn Brothers, Gary Burbank, Ed Cunningham, Katie Laur, Sweet Alice Hoskins, The Mistics, Robin Lacy and DeZydeco and others.

Classic Scotty

Classic Scotty (2003) J Curve Roots & Blues

His second J Curve Roots & Blues disc, this one features Scotty Anderson revisiting some tunes from the 60s and 70s, such as "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place", "Boogie On Reggae Woman", and "LaGrange", all with guest vocalists. He also plays smokin' renditions of country and bluegrass favorites as well as beautiful ballads. Guest vocalists are P. Ann Everson-Price, Eugene Goss and Bill Wood. Scotty's fellow musicians are: Harold Kennedy, acoustic guitar, Pat Kelly, organ, Mike Sharfe, bass, Randy Winters, drums, Rick Marksberry, harmonica, Scot Risner, mandolin, and Paul Patterson, fiddle. Notes by Wolf Marshall.

Killer Love

Killer Love (2004) J Curve Roots & Blues

This long awaited CD by R&B powerhouse vocalist P. Ann Everson-Price was definitely worth the wait. P. Ann interprets soul, blues, gospel, and rock hits in her own captivating style with fresh renditions of Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart", Otis Redding's "Try A Little Tenderness", Jimi Hendrix's "Fire", Al Jarreau's "Killer Love" plus a new ballad by Patrick Kelly/Lynn Gibson - "I've Forgotten You". Backed by her own slammin' "All Star Band" and Cincy studio giants, this CD rocks from the git go. Notes by Kathy Y. Wilson, contributor to NPR's All Things Considered.