Guitarist James Silberstein Kavehaz Feb. 22nd (Tues) 8-11 37 West 26th Street 212-343-0612 www.kavehaz.com With: Harvie S (bass) Jill McCarron (piano) Vince Cherico (drums) +
107 West March 4th (Fri.) 10-12 2787 Broadway between 107th and 108th Sts. 212-864-1555 (http://107west.com/) With: Joe Giglio (guitar -great)
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This CD represents the long overdue first album by one of New York City's best kept secrets.Ä Jim Silberstein is a great player and a fine writer." - Randy Johnston
James Silberstein's warm tone and fluid single note burning style is reminiscent of Pat Martino and a younger George Benson, but he's clearly established a sound that's all his own with SONG FOR MICAELA." - http://www.soundsoftimelessjazz.com
Song For Micaela is a mature effort, tasteful, skillful, and polished... Im already awaiting [Silberstein's] next foray, and if his fellow travelers are as well chosen, a pleasant journey it should be, indeed!" - J. Robert Bragonier, All About Jazz
Silberstein's rapid-fire solo brings to mind Pat Martino's fiery intensity, but with a warm tone that is considerably lighter [his] flawless playing and mainstream predilection ties everything together into a neat package." John Kelman, All About Jazz
James Silberstein is a wonderful guitar player." http://www.jazzguitarlife.com
One of the finest guitar-based, instrumental jazz albums of 2004." Robert Silverstein, 20th Century Guitar
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