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Neal Caine Live at Smalls - January 13 & 14

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Neal Caine
Live at Smalls in New York
183 West 10th at 7th Avenue

January 13-14, 2006
10PM to 1AM

Featuring:
Neal Caine - bass
Anthony Wonsey - piano
Ned Goold - tenor sax
Stephen Riley - tenor sax, alto clarinet
(drummer TBA)

What the critics are saying about Caine's debut release, Backstabber's Ball:

“One of the best records that has come out this year." -- Linda Yohn, WEMU

Backstabber's Ball is a great example of how jazz is (and should be) growing and advancing at this time in its history. This is some of the best of the best."
-- Roman St. James, Pop Matters

“Bassist Neal Caine proves himself a thoughtful leader, inventive composer and phenomenal player on his debut release, Backstabber's Ball....The band is right, the material is right and the CD is one definitely worth adding to your collection."
-- Dave Miele, Jazz Improv Magazine

“The quiet atmosphere, ghostly harmonizing of the horns, and Neal Caine's knack for writing wistful melodies that sound like half-remembered standards, give his music a misterioso atmosphere too rare in jazz."
-- Kevin Whitehead/National Public Radio (NPR) All Things Considered, July 4, 2004

For more information visit Neal Caine,

Smalls and Cheryl Hughey Promotions on the web.

Email Cheryl Hughey or call (314) 660-1755.

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