Jeff Albert Quintet in studio at WWOZ

The following pictures were taken on Tuesday, March 22, when the Jeff Albert Quintet performed live in studio for the WWOZ fund drive.

Jeff Albert, Aurora Nealand, Ray Moore

The horns: me, Aurora Nealand, and Ray Moore (Our regular member, guitarist Chris Alford) couldn’t be there, so Aurora cheerfully and ably helped us out)

Doug Garrison of the Jeff Albert Quintet

Doug Garrison on drums

Jesse Morrow

Jesse Morrow on bass

Jeff Albert has a Twitter account. Check him out at @jeffalbert

One more of yours truly.

Thanks to WWOZ’s flickr for the pics. Please support your public radio station(s).

Golden/Stuart/Albert July 11, 2008

This set of improvised music was recorded live at One to One Studios, a very cool art gallery and performance space, in Jackson, MS. on July 11, 2008. The musicians are: Bruce Golden (percussion), Jeb Stuart (bass and small instruments), and Jeff Albert (trombone and mutes). The files are 128k VBR mp3s.

Episode 1 (mp3)

Episode 2 (mp3)

Episode 3 (mp3)

Episode 4 (mp3)

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Jeff Albert Quartet in Jackson, MS 7/11/08

These were recorded live at One to One Studios, a very cool art gallery and performance space, in Jackson, MS. on July 11, 2008. This was either the first or second performance of each of these pieces. The musicians are Dave Cappello (drums), Ray Moore (alto sax, and other woodwind toys), Tommy Sciple (bass), and Jeff Albert (trombone). The files are 128k VBR mp3s.

I Was Just Looking For My Pants (mp3)

Subtle Flower (mp3)

(Could have Been a) Napkin/ Bag Full of Poboys (mp3)

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Pics from Jackson

These were taken at One to One Studios in Jackson, MS on July 11, 2008 by Paul Fayard.

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Bruce Golden (drums), Jeff Albert, and Jeb Stuart (bass)

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The Quartet – Jeff, Dave, Tommy, and Ray on the very cool multi-level stage they have at One to One Studios.