Order NowMARK LEVINE
AND THE LATIN TINGE
"OFF & ON -
THE MUSIC OF MOACIR SANTOS"

Congratulations to Mark Levine on his Latin Grammy nomination for best Latin Jazz Recording of 2010

Mark Levine - Piano
Mary Fettig - Reeds
Michael Spiro - Percussion
Paul van Wageningen - Drums
John Wiitala - Bass

List of Tunes:

Nana:

Early Morning Love:

Off and On:

"I love how your musicality is so consistent...I KNOW that Moacir is smiling
You're an international treasure, Mark"

- John Santos

"moacir santos' music is like pure sunlight, and your arrangements and playing as well as the entire band's grace, mastery, cooperation and positive energy is so wonderful on my ears."
- Benny Green

"I can imagine how happy Moacir is watching this from up there..."
- Mario Adnet





Order NowMARK LEVINE TRIO
"EXACT CHANGE"

Mark Levine - Piano
Peter Barshay - Bass
Mike Clark - Drums
John Witala - Bass (only on Tr. 10 - Isotope)
Eddie Marshall - Drums (only on Tr. 10 - Isotope)

List of Tunes:

Audio Clips:

Exact Change:

I Hear A Rhapsody:

Have You Met Miss Jones:





Order NowMARK LEVINE AND THE LATIN TINGE



"ISLA
"

Mark Levine - Piano
Peter Barshay - Bass
Paul van Wageningen - Drums
Harvey Wainapel - Soprano Sax, Clarinet
Sheila Smith - Voice

List of Tunes:

Real Audio Clips:
Black
Ain't Nothing But The Blues
Isla





Order NowMARK LEVINE AND THE LATIN TINGE
"SERENGETI
"

Mark Levine - Piano
Peter Barshay - Bass
Paul van Wageningen - Drums
Michael Spiro - Percussion
Jose Luis Gomez - Abakua nkame

List of Tunes:

Real Audio Clips:
Cha Cha Cha Para Mi Alma
Angola
Serengeti





Order NowONE NOTCH UP
Heavywood Music

Mark Levine - Piano
John Wiitala - Bass
Eddie Marshall - Drums

List of Tunes:

 

Real Audio Clips:
Up Jumped Spring
Linda Chicana





Discography:
(see additional recordings of Mark's on his BAJA page)

•  Mark Levine & The Latin Tinge, "Isla," Left Coast Clave - Grammy Nominee, Best
    Latin Jazz Recording of 2003

•  Mark Levine, "Exact Change," Jazzschool Records
•  Mark Levine & The Latin Tinge, "Off & On, the Music of Moacir Santos", Left
   Coast Clave - Latin Grammy Nominee, Best Latin Jazz Recording of 2010
•  Mark Levine & The Latin Tinge, "Serengeti," Left Coast Clave - UPI'S Ken
    Franckling named "Serengeti" as "One Of The Ten Best Jazz CDs of 2001"

•  Mark Levine & The Latin Tinge, "Hey It's Me," Left Coast Clave
•  Mark Levine Trio, "One Notch Up, " Heavywood
•  Mark Levine, "Smiley & Me," Concord Jazz
•  Mark Levine, "Concepts," Concord Jazz
•  Mark Levine, "Up 'til Now," Catalyst, w Tom Harrell
•  Ali Ryerson, "Game Changer," Capri Records
•  David Ginsberg, "Tribute," Jazzschool Records BAJA 1
•  Linda Goldstein, "What's To Expect?" Jazzschool Records BAJA 2
•  Mike Morris, "The Legend Of 'Trane," Jazzschool Records BAJA 3
•  Ellis Island, "Ellis Island 1977," Jazzschool Records BAJA 4
•  Chuck Clark, "Blue Room," Jazzschool Records BAJA 5
•  Que Calor, "Keeper Of The Flame," Jazzschool Records BAJA 6
•  Esencia, "Esencia," Jazzschool Records BAJA 7
•  Mark Levine, "New Music From New York," Jazzschool Records BAJA 8
•  Wayne De Silva, "Marble Park" Jazzschool Records BAJA 9
•  Jerry Rusch, "Serenata" Jazzschool Records BAJA 10
•  Mark Levine, "Live at the Reunion with Woody Shaw" Jazzschool Records BAJA 11
•  Paul Nagel, "NLS" Jazzschool Records BAJA 12
•  George Cotsirilos, "Seems To Be" Jazzschool Records BAJA 13
•  Khalil Shaheed, "Tajine" Jazzschool Records BAJA 14
•  Don Weed, "Without A Song" Jazzschool Records BAJA 15
•  Don Weed, "Without A Song" Jazzschool Records BAJA 16
•  Warren Gale, "The Timeseekers" Jazzschool Records BAJA 17
•  Eddie Marshall, "Jazz at Filoli" Jazzschool Records BAJA 18
•  Sal Nistico, "Stella Wise" Jazzschool Records BAJA 19
•  Betty Shaw, "Ask Me Now" Jazzschool Records BAJA 20
•  Victor Fields, "Fifty Second St," Regina
•  Charlie McCarthy, "Sno Bro," Sno Bro
•  Mongo Santamaria, "Afro-American Latin," Sony/Columbia
•  Joe Henderson, "Canyon Lady," Milestone
•  Blue Mitchell, "Blue Mitchell Live," Just Jazz
•  Cal Tjader, "La Honda Va Bi en," Concord Jazz Grammy winner, best Latin
    album, 1981

•  Cal Tjader, "Gozame Pero Ya," Concord Jazz
•  Cal Tjader, "A Fuego Vivo," Concord Jazz
•  Cal Tjader, "Good Vibes," Concord Jazz
•  Moacir Santos, "Saudade," Blue Note
•  Chuck MacKinnon, "New Transmission," Krispytone
•  Warren Gale, "The Joe Henderson Songbook," GFR
•  Poncho Sanchez, "Keeper Of The Flame, Concord Jazz
•  Poncho Sanchez, "Sonando," Concord Jazz
•  Poncho Sanchez, "Bien Sabroso," Concord Jazz
•  Carmen McRae & Cal Tjader, "Heat Wave," Concord Jazz
•  Mark Murphy, "Stolen Moments," Muse
•  Luis Gasca, "The Little Giant," Collectables
•  Luis Gasca, "For Those Who Chant," Blue Thumb
•  Luis Gasca, "Born To Love You," Milestone
•  Bobby Shew, "Salsa Caliente," MaMa
•  Peter MacDonough, "The Woo"
•  Mark Weinstein, Con Alma, Jazzheads
•  Houston Person, "Underground Soul," Prestige
•  Sal Nistico, "Sal Nistico Live," Just Jazz
•  Gabor Szabo, "High Contrast," Blue Thumb
•  Shigeru Suzuki, "Lagoon"
•  Bruce Forman, "Forman On The Job," Kamei
•  Charlie Barreda, "SF Latin Jazz," MyLatinJazz Records



 

 





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