More Than Red
Music that pursues instrumental textures as well as world grooves to explore jazz traditions with a 'downtown' New York edge. Blues, ballads and Afro-Cuban all contribute to the urban mix. Since it's release in January, MORE THAN RED has maintained a srong position on the national Yellow Dog Jazz Chart, affirming it's appeal to listeners across America. Typical broadcast response has been: 'A fantastic record' (Russ Haines, WWSP, Stevens Point, Wisconsin) 'Dynamite musicians' (Marc E. Copeland, WFDU-FM, Teaneck, New Jersey) 'An incredible record...every track' (Jason Crane, WGMC, Rochester, New York) The inception of the independent Graffiti Productions label was 1991 with the national release of NEXUS, a jazz fusion CD (scheduled for re release). The story of the launching was reported by Barbara Marsh in The Wall Street Journal in 'More Musicians Start Their Own Labels', 11/13/91.