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The Feeling of Jazz

by Josh Brown

A soulful mix of not so standard standards, and a couple originals played in the tradition of modern swinging jazz
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Feeling of Jazz
7:02 $0.99
2. Blue Room
6:08 $0.99
3. Day Dream
6:50 $0.99
4. Street Steam
5:42 $0.99
5. Moon & Sand
6:44 $0.99
6. You Don't Know What Love Is
3:03 $0.99
7. Nica's Tempo
6:53 $0.99
8. The Lake Louise Waltz (at X-mas)
7:34 $0.99
9. I'll Be Seeing You
5:42 $0.99
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Album Notes
Known for his warm dark sound and effortless sense of swing, Canadian-born Josh Brown has become one of the leading young trombonists in New York City. Josh has performed with some of jazz's leading figures, including Charlie Persip, Jimmy Cobb, Grant Stewart, Joe Cohn, William Ash, Ari Roland, Pat LaBarbera, Don Thompson and Jake Wilkinson among others. Currently, Josh spends most of his time as a member of Warner artist Michael Buble’s band, and is featured on the new Michael Buble DVD, 'Caught in the Act’. Josh has enjoyed a steady and diverse musical career, having played with non- jazz artists such as Merl Saunders, The Philosopher Kings, and as an orchestra member in the Broadway musical Fame. When home in New York, Josh leads his own Trio and Quartet, frequently collaborating with guitarist Randy Napoleon.

Josh has appeared on the Today Show, the Late Show with David Letterman, B.E.T. Bet on Jazz, and PBS Great Performances. Josh was a nominee for Jazz trombonist of the year at the 2003 National Jazz Awards in his native Canada, as well as a semi-finalist in the prestigious 2003 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Trombone competition, where Josh was one of ten musicians invited to perform at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. A two time Recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts Grant, Josh also received the Chevrolet High Note Award, the highest award offered at Humber College, and a Civic Recognition Award from his home town of Burlington for receiving the highest mark in the country for his Royal Conservatory exam.

Josh grew up in a musical home, the son of a piano teaching mother and jazz loving father, and soon after first picking up the Euphonium, played his first professional gig at age thirteen. A keen-eyed teacher sensed his interest in jazz and suggested a switch to trombone. Josh quickly excelled at the new instrument, winning local and national competitions.

Josh attended Toronto's Humber College of Music, as well as the Banff School of Fine Arts and the Thelonious Monk Institute (Jazz Aspen Snowmass).

Josh’s teachers have included Don Thompson, Marc Donatelle, Alistair Kay, Slide Hampton, Steve Davis and Barry Harris, among others.



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Awesome CD. I was waiting for this to come out. It's as good as I imagined! It is such enjoyable music to listen to no matter what you are doing. Driving-cleaning-reading-eating--entertaining! You owe it to yourself to give it a listen. Keep them coming Josh! Awesome work!


The feeling of jazz will appeal to all jazz lovers both young and old, the feeling of jazz skillfully toys with both the new sound of his bone and the ole' with traces of the big band era. Josh has hit the right note on all accounts! Cant wait for the next cd.

Barry Montgomery

Great! Very tight and smooth. Perfect rhythm section.
Great! Josh's playing is smooth, mellow and controlled. The tone is just marvellous. Napoleon on guitar fits right in and compliments the trombone on all occasions. I like the subdued rhythm section, not in yor face and competing with the two up front players as usually happens. The trombone/guitar reminds of Ed Bickert/Rob McConnell way back in Toronto, only mellower.


This is awsome
Only five stars. I would rate it higher. Listen to it at home and in my car. This CD sits at the top of my Jazz collection.


A Jazz fanatics comments
As a jazz fantic from a long way back, it is wonderful to hear the sound of true Jazz emanating from such young musians. The trombonist has a very mellow, unique sound, and is ably complimented by the guitarist. The rhythm section consisting of bass and drums do an admirable job of supporting both main players. What a swell find this CD is.

Monachon Duchêne Nicolas

Brown nous voilà
Even in France, we like the sound of Josh Brown. And even in French ! Josh Brown joue ce jazz swinguant et donne - si besoin était - de nouvelles lettres de noblesse au trombone. Et puis comment résister quand son guitariste n'est autre que Napoléon ! Un excellent disque de jazz, de musique tout simplement. Keep on rockin !


LOVE this CD, most of all, "you don't know..". That song haunts me in general, but this is SUCH a gorgeous version! Lovely and fabulous and highly recommended!


Wonderful!!!! A must for Music and Jazz lovers.

Erik Bobeda

Josh Brown ranks with the finest jazz trombonists of all time and you owe it to yourself to hear him play!

Donald Brown

At last a jazz trombonist who has something to say
What a beautiful CD. Four musicians who are listening to one another, and always swinging. The interplay between the amazing Guitarist and great trombonist is a treat to hear. This CD has and will be getting many plays, and I am looking forward to another disc by this group, hopefully in the not too distant future.
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