Feature songs in the interview are 1 Waltz for BooBuss "Skipper at Home", 2 4 by 5, & 3,Thump "June Nights", 4, A Love Song for Mdori, 5, Swala, "The Soul of the World" 6, Ore for Leroy, "Bass Encounter"
Sabine Pothier, Pianist, composer and arranger is from Russia, Moscow specifically. Moscow is the capital city and the most populous federal subject of Russia. The city is a major political, economic, cultural and scientific center in Russia and in Europe.
Sabine (Yelena Koshelevskaya) is classically trained on piano, her musical studies began at an early age, Concerto when she was 15, in just three months! She has the ability to combine finesse and sensitivity with breath-taking virtuosity.
Sabine was first introduced to Jazz while attending the University of Southern California (USC). She’s attained a USC Graduate Performance Certificate, Boston Conservatory Graduate Performance Diploma, University of Northern Iowa Artist Diploma and Russian Academy of Music BA. Sabine is self-taught in Jazz, however she has an everlasting appreciation and admiration for her mentor and friend Fred Foss, Saxophonist. Â Foss played a significant part in nurturing Sabine’s development in her early explorative years of Jazz music. Sitting down with Sabine was a real pleasure loving this music. She express her feeling about trying to make it here in LA. This interview was recorded at her home in LA. Sept. 6, 2013
Songs in Order 1, March 2 2,Simply Blues in D 3, Going West 4, Purple Mood 5, Samba For Delores all songs can be purchase on CDBaby
Laws is the fifth of eight children born to Hubert Laws, Sr. and Miola Luverta Donahue. Laws attended Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas, for two years. In 1972, Laws joined the fledgling group Earth, Wind & Fire, playing saxophone and flute on their album Last Days and Time. He left the band soon afterwards, long before they achieved their commercial success In 1975, he began his solo career with the album Pressure
Sensitive, which yielded his most famous instrumental
song, "Always There." The song became an instant jazz-fun classic, covered by numerous artists.
In 1978 he released the album titled Flame under United Artists Records and from it a 12" single was released called "All for You," as well as additional tracks (from previous albums) entitled "Let's Keep it Together" and "Nuthin' 'bout Nuthin." The 12" single was his first issued in the UK as well as the US, and paved the way for this format to be used for promoting artists' work at the time without the need to obtain the full LP.
Apart from playing saxophone, Laws also sings. Notable vocals include "Every Generation" (1980), "Stay Awake" (1981, included on the album Solid Ground) and "Mr. Nice Guy" (1982).
Laws has also recorded with numerous other artists, including Arthur Adams, Howard Hewett, Brian Culbertson, Ramsey Lewis, Jeff Lorber, Hugh Masekela, Alphonse Mouzon, David Sea, and Sister Sledge.
Songs in order from the CD The Best of Ronnie Laws 1,Friends & Stranger 2, Night Breeze 3, Just As you Are 4, Gymnopedie#1 CD "The Best of Hubert Laws" 5, Power "EWF Last Days in Time" 6, Mis Mary's
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