Born in Capetown,South Africa..Crazy about jazz based musics.Played Guitar,Violin,Oboe,Keyboards,Bass,Drums,Vocals..graduated from medical school.moved to New York City,got to play with many of my heros-Booker Ervin,Howard Mcghee,Jimmy Garrison,Billy Hart,Elvin Jones,Roland Kirk, Ted Curson ,Sheila jordan,Bob Moses and other wonderful musicians. Moved to Boston,graduated from the New england Conservatory with a jazz piano and Oboe degree..Mentors there included Jaki Byard,George Russell,Thad Jones,John Lewis,Kenny Dorham,Bob Brookmeyer,Frank Foster,Gerry Mulligan,Cecil Mcbee,Buell Neidlinger Tom Mckinley and more.. I found that I hated touring and love the music.. so I produce it at home and market it on the web to all of you... Jazz,Jazz and more Jazz....NOT SMOOTH ..funky,driving intricate emotional
|POSTED BY: radioindy||POSTED ON: 19 Dec 2009 07:25 PM|
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|POSTED BY: momof5pacs||POSTED ON: 09 Dec 2009 07:25 PM|
"We Still Remember the Future," the latest CD by seasoned South African Jazz group Stanley Sagov & Remembering the Future, is a fun, unique album that exposes the listener, whether a new Jazz fan or a veteran, to a different blend of the genre. The opening track, "South African Jazz Curry," really does the job in introducing the listener to Jazz, South African style. The song is led by the organ which gives it a rich sound while the percussion is varied and keeps the beat ever-changing and interesting. Toward the middle, "Stanley's Kwela" relies more on the classic jazz piano and high hat sounds. While giving the listener a refreshing taste of pure Jazz, this track still carries the melodic flares and riffs that make it exclusively South African. If you're looking for a fresh Jazz album, Sagov’s "We Still Remember the Future" is it. It's something new and each track showcases fine musicianship and talent.
-Trent C. and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
|POSTED BY: radioindy||POSTED ON: 23 Nov 2009 07:46 PM|
Stanley Sagov: We Still Remember the Future
|POSTED BY: momof5pacs||POSTED ON: 07 May 2008 05:43 PM|
“Looking Forward to Remembering the Future” by Stanley Sagov is a soothing and serene collection of jazz tunes that demonstrate an intricate exploration of versatility. This album is exceptionally unique, and thereby irresistible. These compositions stretch the boundaries of traditional jazz forms with their fluid, ever-changing natures and use of ambient sounds. This is especially notable in “Falling With Didgeridoo.” Moreover, the variety and intricacy of the individual musicians on “Friday Night At The Cadillac Club” denotes the highly-skilled and innovative instrumentation that is not easy to duplicate. The piano work on “2 Chord, Toobad” is strong and forceful. This song also flaunts some great trumpet and sax solos and duos. “Hope For Peace Piece” slows things down a bit and exudes a heavenly piano intro. Furthermore, “Stanley’s Kwela” adds a light Latin jazz flavor, giving a glimpse of the versatility of these accomplished musicians. Topped with unmatched production, this CD is a must-have for the jazz enthusiasts.
-Lea & The RadioIndy Team