Brown, Ari / Earma Thompson / John Brumbach / Madam Queen
Album:Madam Queen Collection:Jazz
Artist:Brown, Ari / Earma Thompson / John Brumbach Added:Oct 2007
Label:The Sirens 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2007-11-11 Pull Date:2008-01-13 Charts:Jazz
Week Ending:Jan 13Dec 16Dec 9Nov 18

Recent Airplay
1.Jan 11, 2008:No Cover, No Minimum (sub)
Madam Queen
4.Nov 16, 2007:No Cover, No Minimum
2.Dec 14, 2007:No Cover, No Minimum
Madam Queen
5.Nov 13, 2007:At the Cafe Bohemian
Madam Queen
3.Dec 04, 2007:At the Cafe Bohemian
Next Time You See Me

Album Review
Reviewed 2007-11-07 
Brown & Brumbach are top tenor saxophonists and Miss Earma is a legendary piano diva. This release, celebrating Earma, is swinging, tight and hip with touches of the blues and solid straight-ahead, no frills playing from all. Joined by drums and bass (watch the levels on bass solos, it gets a bit quiet) it’s crisp and stylish. Play it all, cats, play it all!

1. Hip, midtempo groove w/fabulous solos and great style.
2. Liquid cool midtempo meander where everyone shines.
3. A romance classic gets a swinging update. So sweet.
4. Warm and relaxed w/extra warm sax. Just delicious.
5. Slow and honey-sweet w/a late night bluesy ache.
6. Mid/upbeat w/a tight arrangement and warm solos.
7. Warm dose of bebop in a lazy, swinging jam.

Track Listing
1.Next Time You See Me 4.Ceora
2.Madam Queen 5.In A Sentimental Mood
3.The Way You Look Tonight 6.Sunny
 7.Trouble In The Day Room