Jonathan Voltzok | More To Come

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More To Come

by Jonathan Voltzok

Fresh and original jazz, with a lot of groove and spirit.
Genre: Jazz: Hard Bop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. More To Come
6:10 $0.99
2. Con Alma
8:53 $0.99
3. Round Midnight
9:26 $0.99
4. A Moment Of Sunshine
6:22 $0.99
5. Shadows
2:58 $0.99
6. The Fire Dance
9:36 $0.99
7. Opus De Funk
8:40 $0.99
8. DUV
5:27 $0.99
9. Shawnuff'
6:56 $0.99
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Album Notes
Trombone Player, composer and Arranger Jonathan Voltzok is a brilliant Trombone player and composer.

"Lets make this simple...Jonathan is Light Years ahead of the pack...The man can play the Trombone...he's an amazing talent! He's ready"
Slide Hampton

In 2004 Jonathan received a scholarship for outstanding performance and ability from New School University's jazz program and moved to New York City. Since arriving to New York Jonathan has had the honor to work with the Dizzy Gillespie All Star Band, Slide Hampton's trombone all stars, Jimmy Heath big band, and Anat Cohen's Anzic Orchestra. Jonathan shared the band stand with some of today's most incredible jazz musicians including James Moody, Paqito Derivera, Junior Mance, Roy Hargrove, Randy Brecker, Frank Wess, Steve Davis, Antonio Hart, Greg Hutchinson, Avishai Cohen (the trumpet player), and Joel Frahm. Jonathan has played in some of the most prestigious venues and festivals in the world such as: "Village Vanguard", "Birdland", "Blue Note", "Hollywood bowl", "Tribeca arts center", "Litchfield Jazz Festival", "Concertebow" in Amsterdam, "Heineken Jazz Festival" in Puerto Rico, and "Tchaikovsky Hall" in Moscow, and has been on the late night show with Conan O'Brian on NBC with the famous group "The Brand New Heavies".Jonathan has also performed with famed hip-hop star Q-tip.

In addition to his sideman work, Jonathan leads his own group with which he has recorded his debut album "More to Come". The group consists of: Aaron Goldberg, Barak Mori and Ali Jackson with special guests Slide Hampton and Antonio Hart.



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More To Come.
It was on an album by the Stein Brothers Quintet that I first heard the beautiful full tone of Jonathan Voltzok's trombone and I quickly jotted down his name for future investigation and to see what other work he had done. Then I read he was releasing an album of his own "More To Come", after listening to it, oh I do hope so.

He was born in Israel in 1983 but has been living and working in New York for the last four years. Sharing his musical talents around with the Dizzy Gillespie All Stars, Slide Hampton Trombone All Stars, Jimmy Heath's Big Band and Anat Cohen's Anzic Orchestra. Slide Hampton has been promoting Jonathan very highly and is quoted as saying "he's light years ahead of the pack". With his wonderful tone, technique and talent I have no qualms in predicting him a major name in the future of jazz.

On this his debut album he has an extremely good rhythm section with Aaron Golberg on piano, Barak Mori on bass and Ali Jackson playing drums. Slide Hampton guests on two tracks Con Alma and Shawnuff, which is a cracking track and both seem up for it. On two other tracks Antonoi Hart on alto is the guest. A Moment Of Sunshine which has a latin feel and The Fire Dance in 3/4 timing, are his tracks and Antonio's playing sounds as good as the playing which won him such acclaim at Ronnie Scotts recently. There are good solo's and Voltzok shows himself to be multi talented some fine arrangements. His composition skill are also shown to good affect here with A Moment Of Sunshine, Shadows, The Fire Dance, and Duv. This is a good value for money album, having a running time of 64.34min. Thank you Jonathan.
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