Honolulu Jazz Quartet - Tenacity. Artist: Honolulu Jazz Quartet. Album: Tenacity, 2007. From our performance on Kauai at the 2013 Princeville Wine and Jazz Festival. I'm joined by John Kolivas - Bass (leader of the group), Tim Tsukiyama - Sax and special guest Michael Ruff on keyboard. Has been played on. United States 4. Inside Jazz - The Mix. 2. Inside Jazz - Contemporary.
Album · 2007 · 9 Songs. More By Honolulu Jazz Quartet. See All. Sounds of the City. Remembrance, Live at the Triple Door.
More Honolulu Jazz Quartet. Listen to Tenacity now. Listen to Tenacity in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
The Honolulu Jazz Quartet's Sounds of the City delivers just that. Bassist John Kolivas leads the guartet, which has been together since 2001, developing a remarkable musical collectivity, an ensemble sound that, even when someone solos, it doesn't stand apart as a solo but fits into the music as a logical transition in the flow of sound. The tune features drummer Adam Baron's percussion mimicking the metallic clunks and grumbles of the noisy appliance. When you think of Honolulu, jazz probably doesn't come to mind.
Honolulu Jazz Quartet songs download, free online mp3 listen. Are We There Yet? album: Remembrance, Live at The Triple Door. album: Remembrance, Live at The Triple Door. album: Sounds of the City. Are We There Yet? album: Tenacity.
Honolulu Jazz Quartet: Tenacity. Published June 1, 2007April 26, 2019 – By Forrest Dylan Bryant. Hawaii may be off the beaten path, but this disc demonstrates that Honolulu’s jazz musicians can hang with those of any city. Bassist/leader John Kolivas anchors a set of upbeat bop, hip contemporary jazz and emotive ballads with a fat, sturdy tone and occasional slipperiness in his solos, also contributing the set’s best tunes.
Artist: Honolulu Jazz Quartet. Honolulu Jazz Quartet - The Indians Tenacity, 2007 05:23.
Well, ladies and gentlemen, meet the Honolulu Jazz Quartet, made up of some of Hawaii’s finest, hardest-working jazz musicians: bassist John Kolivas, pianist Dan Del Negro, drummer Adam Baron, and tenor/soprano saxophonist Tim Tsukiyama. To the tourist-minded, Hawaii’s only about the waves, hula dancers, Book ’em, Dano, and luaus. With 2003’s Sounds Of The City, 2007’s Tenacity, and several major gigs, including a jaunt to Seattle’s Triple Door, HJQ has quietly made a name for itself doing what used to be done, taking care of business playing true jazz the way it was meant to be played.