MATING CALL
Roberto Magris Quintet
JMood 001
Tracks:
1. Optional Man (Roberto Magris)
2. Hill Of Illusions (Roberto Magris)
3. Lament (J.J. Johnson)
4. Theme For Ernie (Fred Lacey)
5. Mating Call (Tadd Dameron)
6. Europlane Blues (Roberto Magris)
7. Lonely Town (Leonard Bernstein)
Total Time: 64.51
PAUL CARR – soprano and tenor sax
MICHAEL O’NEILL – tenor sax
ROBERTO MAGRIS - acoustic piano, Wurlitzer piano on # 2 only 
ELISA PRUETT - acoustic bass 
IDRIS MUHAMMAD – drums
Credits:
Recorded on December 6th, 2008 at Mad Dog Studios, Burbank, California, USA
Engineers: Samur Khouja and Eric Corne
Available at the JMood Record Store
LINER NOTES:
As a jazz enthusiast and music impresario from Kansas City, I am following the legacy left by my father who was a music educator and professional musician. With proud ties with the early jazz/bop pioneer Jay McShann and his family, Kansas City has produced a bumper crop of jazz legends. Such legends include Charlie Parker, Mary Lou Williams, Count Basie, Bennie Moten, Claude Fiddler Williams, the Scamps just to mention a few. Not to forget the Historic 18th and Vine Jazz District in Kansas City where much of the music lived. So, it is with this distinct and rich jazz legacy that forms the launching pad for more great jazz titles to be released on into the second millennium. From places like Kansas City, New Orleans, New York, Chicago, the jazz seeds have spread with increasing marginal returns throughout America and has grown everywhere in the world, especially in Europe. My goal with J-Mood is to keep the best from the jazz tradition and add something new from our own no matter where in the world it may come from. As a consequence, I discovered an outstanding European jazz artist, composer, band leader and pianist Roberto Magris. I produced this first release by Magris on J-Mood entitled “Mating Call” as a launch for the J-Mood Record label. We assembled a number of extraordinary American jazz personalities to team up with the European jazz pianist such as music icon Idris Muhammad on drums, top class saxophonists Paul Carr and Michael O’Neill, in addition to a very talented upcoming artist on acoustic bass you will enjoy, Elisa Pruett.
Roberto Magris is a remarkable musician, arranger and composer who has a gift of finding hidden musical treasures like a prospector digs to find hidden gold. Roberto, from Trieste, Italy, began to play and study piano at a very early age. Understanding the classics but developing a love for jazz. He has grown into a first class international professional jazz musician, receiving great consideration from jazz critics around the world. Roberto has several beautiful titles under the Soul Note Record Label and I highly recommend them to you. As a result, you will quickly begin to notice the genius emerge in the music. His works with Tony Lakatos and Herb Geller are of particular note. I first met Roberto in 2005 and quickly began coordinating his USA debut performances in Hollywood, California in 2006 together with legendary bassist Art Davis, of John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Max Roach, Art Blakey fame in addition to being a psychologist and music educator. I immediately fell in love with Roberto’s music and a great friendship has resulted followed by some great musical experiences which include the recording of “Kansas City Outbound” featuring Roberto on piano, Art Davis on acoustic bass and Jimmy “Junebug” Jackson and Zack Albetta alternating on drums. I produced this recording and released it under the production division of the PCAMI*. I consider this album the issue number “0” of J-Mood Records, which also contains the last audio recordings made by Dr. Davis before his untimely death in late July 2007, just three weeks after our performance and recording in Kansas City.
As a brief introduction to “Mating Call”, I must go back to 2005 when Dr. Davis suggested I contact a couple drummers he had worked with in the past. One was Jack DeJohnette, the other, Idris Muhammad. Dr. Davis was very interested in working with both of them. Idris was the first we scheduled to perform and record with and I was able to arrange the last phone call on my cell phone to assist in coordinating these matters between Idris and Art Davis after all the years between their sessions together. Unfortunately, Idris was on his way to a European tour with Ahmad Jamal and could not make the “Kansas City Outbound” session, when Dr. Art suddenly passed away. Fortunately, plans were still in the works to record with Idris playing together with Roberto on “Mating Call”. I’m certain Dr. Art would be very proud of my forward thinking and give his smile of approval for following through on these initial long range plans!
THE MATING CALL, in the first instance is the result of 10 months of planning and searching to attract the right artists for this musical project, selecting the musical contents for the project, a place for the project and a support group. After these elements had been attracted, the project started to move, take shape and grow in the directions it had been so tenderly nurtured and gingerly persuaded. In the second instance, it is no different than searching near and far for a soul mate. The process can take 10 months or more. For some it may take a lifetime, but nonetheless the process starts as you begin to attract, grow and shape the relationship, ever so tenderly. In the third instance is its title in relation to its place in jazz music history. Tadd Dameron originally titled his composition “Mating Call” of which just a few bares are used as a reference, then afterward, the other notes, bar and phrasings were attracted, shaped and allowed to flow ever so tenderly and gingerly being persuaded to answer to mating call. The fourth instance is purely the inherent love and natural attraction to a man for a woman. There is a mating call of sorts that is irresistible after the process of meeting that continues to grow and take shape in the directions it has been so tenderly nurtured and gingerly persuaded. The primitive and instinctive responses of the love in animals of nature are similar to the normal life cycles that can not be denied or ignored. In all of its instances, it is the mating call…
“Optional Man” the opening track is an original composition by Roberto written as a medium swing piece in ¾ time with a great melody that finds Michael and Paul playing with great emotional interplay. Roberto performs with authority and takes an intriguing memorable solo. Elisa’s phrasing and backing demonstrate her brilliant technique and the inspiration of Idris gives his evidence as a musical stylist in modern jazz drumming. This track is dedicated to Mr. Troy Nash for his kind help and advice.
“Hill of Illusions” the second track, is another demonstration of Roberto’s growth and strength as a composer written with a medium jazz rock influence and a rhythmic groove that perfectly fits in with Idris’ custom made snare drum (used throughout the project). In this foggy minor blues, the illusions come from the groovy bass lines and the vintage sound of the Wurlitzer piano played by Roberto (on this track only).
“Lament” was originally written by J.J. Johnson as a slow ballad but Roberto amazingly arranged it as an Afro-Latin medium up tempo piece. All the soloists are great and pepper the tune with Latin and Swing flavors. One can smell the wide variety of the world famous Kansas City BBQ in this piece.
“Theme for Ernie” is a beautiful ballad written by Fred Lacey performed on quartet. Michael O’Neill enters in with a soulful, sexy, rich tone, with echoes of Charles Lloyd in the overtones. A feeling of weightlessness and time that seems to stand still comes over you as you begin to feel and get into the music before you come down ever so gently with the last few tickles of piano ivory like Peter Pan’s pixy dust.
“Mating Call” is the CD title track. This composition was written by Tadd Dameron for the original 1956 session on Prestige Records with John Coltrane. Roberto’s musical arrangement demonstrates his brilliance as an arranger and composer to bring completely new life to this tune as a medium Afro/Latin piece with a hypnotic rhythm with intriguing ostinato bass lines.
“Europlane Blues” is the third original composition by Roberto included in the CD, a medium swing blues in which Paul Carr showcases his “made in Texas” style sax playing in a mellow fat tone with a nice slight reference to the influence from Joe Henderson and Michael O’Neill brings in his cool Bay breeze phrasing straight from San Francisco Bay, California.
The final track is “Lonely Town” a ballad composed by Leonard Bernstein. Roberto is a great solo piano player. Piano happens to be one of my favorite musical instruments. Toward the end of our recording project, I asked Roberto to play a solo piece that would be included on this project and be our signature for future jazz recordings. The results are fascinating! It is a passionate love song that I dedicate to my wife Jessica Collins. Together we have met some of the greatest people, made some of the greatest friends, and experienced some of the finest things this life can offer. Our town is not so lonely after all.
At last, I encourage you to sit back relax and enjoy the musical journey! Stay tuned to J-Mood Records, as you are only at the beginning of our musical journey!
Paul Collins, J-Mood Records father

MATING CALL

Roberto Magris Quintet
JMood 001


Tracks:
1. Optional Man (Roberto Magris)
2. Hill Of Illusions (Roberto Magris)
3. Lament (J.J. Johnson)
4. Theme For Ernie (Fred Lacey)
5. Mating Call (Tadd Dameron)
6. Europlane Blues (Roberto Magris)
7. Lonely Town (Leonard Bernstein)
Total Time: 64.51

PAUL CARR – soprano and tenor sax
MICHAEL O’NEILL – tenor sax
ROBERTO MAGRIS - acoustic piano, Wurlitzer piano on # 2 only 
ELISA PRUETT - acoustic bass 
IDRIS MUHAMMAD – drums

Credits:
Recorded on December 6th, 2008 at Mad Dog Studios, Burbank, California, USA
Engineers: Samur Khouja and Eric Corne

Purchase CD's "Here" at the JMood Record Store  

LINER NOTES:
As a jazz enthusiast and music impresario from Kansas City, I am following the legacy left by my father who was a music educator and professional musician. With proud ties with the early jazz/bop pioneer Jay McShann and his family, Kansas City has produced a bumper crop of jazz legends. Such legends include Charlie Parker, Mary Lou Williams, Count Basie, Bennie Moten, Claude Fiddler Williams, the Scamps just to mention a few. Not to forget the Historic 18th and Vine Jazz District in Kansas City where much of the music lived. So, it is with this distinct and rich jazz legacy that forms the launching pad for more great jazz titles to be released on into the second millennium. From places like Kansas City, New Orleans, New York, Chicago, the jazz seeds have spread with increasing marginal returns throughout America and has grown everywhere in the world, especially in Europe. My goal with J-Mood is to keep the best from the jazz tradition and add something new from our own no matter where in the world it may come from. As a consequence, I discovered an outstanding European jazz artist, composer, band leader and pianist Roberto Magris. I produced this first release by Magris on J-Mood entitled “Mating Call” as a launch for the J-Mood Record label. We assembled a number of extraordinary American jazz personalities to team up with the European jazz pianist such as music icon Idris Muhammad on drums, top class saxophonists Paul Carr and Michael O’Neill, in addition to a very talented upcoming artist on acoustic bass you will enjoy, Elisa Pruett.


Roberto Magris is a remarkable musician, arranger and composer who has a gift of finding hidden musical treasures like a prospector digs to find hidden gold. Roberto, from Trieste, Italy, began to play and study piano at a very early age. Understanding the classics but developing a love for jazz. He has grown into a first class international professional jazz musician, receiving great consideration from jazz critics around the world. Roberto has several beautiful titles under the Soul Note Record Label and I highly recommend them to you. As a result, you will quickly begin to notice the genius emerge in the music. His works with Tony Lakatos and Herb Geller are of particular note. I first met Roberto in 2005 and quickly began coordinating his USA debut performances in Hollywood, California in 2006 together with legendary bassist Art Davis, of John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Max Roach, Art Blakey fame in addition to being a psychologist and music educator. I immediately fell in love with Roberto’s music and a great friendship has resulted followed by some great musical experiences which include the recording of “Kansas City Outbound” featuring Roberto on piano, Art Davis on acoustic bass and Jimmy “Junebug” Jackson and Zack Albetta alternating on drums. I produced this recording and released it under the production division of the PCAMI*. I consider this album the issue number “0” of J-Mood Records, which also contains the last audio recordings made by Dr. Davis before his untimely death in late July 2007, just three weeks after our performance and recording in Kansas City.


As a brief introduction to “Mating Call”, I must go back to 2005 when Dr. Davis suggested I contact a couple drummers he had worked with in the past. One was Jack DeJohnette, the other, Idris Muhammad. Dr. Davis was very interested in working with both of them. Idris was the first we scheduled to perform and record with and I was able to arrange the last phone call on my cell phone to assist in coordinating these matters between Idris and Art Davis after all the years between their sessions together. Unfortunately, Idris was on his way to a European tour with Ahmad Jamal and could not make the “Kansas City Outbound” session, when Dr. Art suddenly passed away. Fortunately, plans were still in the works to record with Idris playing together with Roberto on “Mating Call”. I’m certain Dr. Art would be very proud of my forward thinking and give his smile of approval for following through on these initial long range plans!


THE MATING CALL, in the first instance is the result of 10 months of planning and searching to attract the right artists for this musical project, selecting the musical contents for the project, a place for the project and a support group. After these elements had been attracted, the project started to move, take shape and grow in the directions it had been so tenderly nurtured and gingerly persuaded. In the second instance, it is no different than searching near and far for a soul mate. The process can take 10 months or more. For some it may take a lifetime, but nonetheless the process starts as you begin to attract, grow and shape the relationship, ever so tenderly. In the third instance is its title in relation to its place in jazz music history. Tadd Dameron originally titled his composition “Mating Call” of which just a few bares are used as a reference, then afterward, the other notes, bar and phrasings were attracted, shaped and allowed to flow ever so tenderly and gingerly being persuaded to answer to mating call. The fourth instance is purely the inherent love and natural attraction to a man for a woman. There is a mating call of sorts that is irresistible after the process of meeting that continues to grow and take shape in the directions it has been so tenderly nurtured and gingerly persuaded. The primitive and instinctive responses of the love in animals of nature are similar to the normal life cycles that can not be denied or ignored. In all of its instances, it is the mating call…


“Optional Man” the opening track is an original composition by Roberto written as a medium swing piece in ¾ time with a great melody that finds Michael and Paul playing with great emotional interplay. Roberto performs with authority and takes an intriguing memorable solo. Elisa’s phrasing and backing demonstrate her brilliant technique and the inspiration of Idris gives his evidence as a musical stylist in modern jazz drumming. This track is dedicated to Mr. Troy Nash for his kind help and advice.


“Hill of Illusions” the second track, is another demonstration of Roberto’s growth and strength as a composer written with a medium jazz rock influence and a rhythmic groove that perfectly fits in with Idris’ custom made snare drum (used throughout the project). In this foggy minor blues, the illusions come from the groovy bass lines and the vintage sound of the Wurlitzer piano played by Roberto (on this track only).


“Lament” was originally written by J.J. Johnson as a slow ballad but Roberto amazingly arranged it as an Afro-Latin medium up tempo piece. All the soloists are great and pepper the tune with Latin and Swing flavors. One can smell the wide variety of the world famous Kansas City BBQ in this piece.
“Theme for Ernie” is a beautiful ballad written by Fred Lacey performed on quartet. Michael O’Neill enters in with a soulful, sexy, rich tone, with echoes of Charles Lloyd in the overtones. A feeling of weightlessness and time that seems to stand still comes over you as you begin to feel and get into the music before you come down ever so gently with the last few tickles of piano ivory like Peter Pan’s pixy dust.


“Mating Call” is the CD title track. This composition was written by Tadd Dameron for the original 1956 session on Prestige Records with John Coltrane. Roberto’s musical arrangement demonstrates his brilliance as an arranger and composer to bring completely new life to this tune as a medium Afro/Latin piece with a hypnotic rhythm with intriguing ostinato bass lines.


“Europlane Blues” is the third original composition by Roberto included in the CD, a medium swing blues in which Paul Carr showcases his “made in Texas” style sax playing in a mellow fat tone with a nice slight reference to the influence from Joe Henderson and Michael O’Neill brings in his cool Bay breeze phrasing straight from San Francisco Bay, California.


The final track is “Lonely Town” a ballad composed by Leonard Bernstein. Roberto is a great solo piano player. Piano happens to be one of my favorite musical instruments. Toward the end of our recording project, I asked Roberto to play a solo piece that would be included on this project and be our signature for future jazz recordings. The results are fascinating! It is a passionate love song that I dedicate to my wife Jessica Collins. Together we have met some of the greatest people, made some of the greatest friends, and experienced some of the finest things this life can offer. Our town is not so lonely after all.


At last, I encourage you to sit back relax and enjoy the musical journey! Stay tuned to J-Mood Records, as you are only at the beginning of our musical journey!

Paul Collins, J-Mood Records 

JMOOD RECORDS..."A SOUND CHOICE "NEW" CD RELEASE

Kansas City, Missouri, September 22, 2019. JMood Records is pleased to announce the CD release of “SunStone” by The Roberto Magris Sextet.”

 “Over a thousand years ago, jazz impresario Paul Collins states, “very talented sailors were able to navigate oceans and seas without the use of magnetic compasses and at the times even maps!

Since then, scientists have discovered in sunken ships of long ago, what appears to be a magical crystal or Iceland spar, better known as sunstone.

Despite heavy clouds, fog, other obstacles or devices used around the Polar Regions, these amazing sailors were able to find their ships position in relationship to the Sun, which, attributed to their amazing navigational success.

How did these “stones” (Iceland spar) only referred to in poems of ancient times, but, more recently discovered, assist in navigation?

When sunstone splits light in two polarized rays, what is seen has two levels of brightness (double fraction). When the sunstone is adjusted to where the brightness of both images are equal, then, the sunstone is found to be aligned with the Sun. That ability makes navigation much easier and in many different weather conditions. For example, even when the Sun is behind clouds! What a marvelous natural phenomenon!

When compared to stones, however, humans are far superior and even more amazing in what they can accomplish with singleness of design.

With the music of “SunStone”, although two different creative individuals are involved with its design and features from different parts of the Earth, Roberto and I had a single vision; to create another great jazz project. But, this time using a new cast of truly amazing musical “sailors”!

I implore you to search and discover what we have found together by means of music, musicians and a host of supporting shipmates!

 This is our “SunStone”!”

 JMood Records…A Sound Choice™ is an independent record label based in Kansas City, Missouri. Its mission is to create great music with audio clarity and compelling art.  It looks at a world view that will create space for the label to grow, celebrate and compete in its own success.  Each composition is hand crafted and the artists are selected for their musical talent, potential and contribution to the whole, which makes the music, teem with life! Our products follow similar patterns of other successful and creative types, artists, and entrepreneurs around the world. They are envisioned from beginning to end, as if each product is alive in our minds, hearts, then hands, as we welcome it to the world! Our products are available worldwide, on our website at www.jmoodrecords.com, CD Baby.com, Pandora Radio, Amazon.com and where fine quality audio products are sold around the world! Buy us.

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For more information about our products, to schedule an interview, book quality artists or for consultation please contact Paul Collins, JMood Records @ paulcollins-pcami@kc.rr.com or 816.377.1950 or contact us via our website @ www.jmoodrecords.com

JMOOD RECORDS..."A SOUND CHOICE..."NEW" CD RELEASE

JMood Records is pleased to announce the CD release of “World Gardens” by The Roberto Magris Quartet.”

 “This music remains rooted in the jazz tradition. It uses the modern jazz idioms, but, will move in different directions as we match some African type rhythms with some European melodic concepts and harmonies, Asian sensibilities and classic scales although we stir up some pop and rock references that include present urban experiences to reach a sort of modern jazz melting pot. A beautiful concept and appropriate title,” says jazz impresario Paul Collins, JMood Records. “As we accept one another and cultures from around the world, we will once again see a burst in innovation and creativity!  A beautiful…World Garden!”“We are not monarchs or emperors from the past,” Paul Collins continues, “so, we can tear down those walls physically, mentally and musically to enjoy all that life has to offer.  This is not just pie in the sky! Roberto and I have both experienced walls torn down physically in (Europe) and mentally in (America). ““Afterward, there was a burst in innovation and creativity! Now we have radios, T.V’s, cell phones, computers, cars, trains, planes, spaceships, and this great jazz music, as people endeavor to explore and connect to the wide world within our reach.”    

 JMood Records…A Sound Choice™ is an independent record label based in Kansas City, Missouri. Its mission is to create great music with audio clarity and compelling art.  It looks at a world view that will create space for the label to thrive, revel and compete with its own success.  Each composition is hand crafted and the artists are selected for their musical talent, potential and contribution to the whole, which makes the music, burst with life! Our products follow similar patterns of other successful and creative types, artists and entrepreneurs around the world. They are envisioned from beginning to end as a whole, as if each product is alive in our hands and fingers as we welcome it! Our products are available worldwide, on our website at www.jmoodrecords.com, CD Baby.com, Pandora Radio, Amazon.com and where fine quality audio products are sold around the world! Buy us.

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For more information about our products, to schedule an interview, book quality artists or for consultation please contact Paul Collins, JMood Records @ paulcollins-pcami@kc.rr.com or 816.377.1950 or contact us via our website @ www.jmoodrecords.com

JMOOD RECORDS..."A SOUND CHOICE..." NEW CD RELEASE

JMood Records is pleased to announce the release of the CD “Roberto Magris Sextet Live in Miami @ the WDNA Jazz Gallery”.

 “Saturday, February 6, 2016 was a bright sunny beautiful day, but, a more exciting and electric evening in Miami, Florida, one I won’t soon forget”, recalls Paul Collins, jazz impresario from Kansas City, Missouri, “it was my first time in Miami! I remember rushing around and driving frantically from Fort Lauderdale trying to get to Miami just in time for a group rehearsal at WDNA Jazz Gallery of the program material for later that evening. It was at that time I met for the first time the outstanding Grammy Award Winning Trumpeter Brian Lynch, Chuck Bergeron and John Yarling who would make up a large portion of the sextet along with two “young lions”. This was a unit put together by my friend and co-producer Edward Blanco. Upon my return that night was a thrill packed audience waiting to hear the music of international jazz pianist Roberto Magris, from Trieste, Italy accompanied by our new musical family from the Miami area. What occurred that evening was nothing less than spectacular! We had so much good material and such a warm embracing response from our audience toward the performance; it was difficult to narrow the final selection of music to just one lively and enthusiastic audio CD. The audience simply roars with pleasurable shouts and applause. Finally, this beautiful evening of music is available for you to hear, enjoy and celebrate with us.”           

 JMood Records is an independent jazz label based in Kansas City, Missouri that has a global footprint. It was created to produce quality recordings with a passion for the jazz tradition and high quality audio. Our boutique catalogue has a variety of audio products and a rare pedigree of artists directly connected to the early movements and innovations of jazz. It embraces the next generation of jazz artist while paying tribute to the innovators of the jazz tradition; the engine that propels our growth and signature sound. With the distinguished ear and jazz aficionado in mind , our products are best enjoyed in the car, home theatre, digital device or at a "live" performance.

JMood Records...A Sound Choice...At the intersection of arts and audio!™

 Our products are available on our website at www.jmoodrecords.com , CD Baby.com, Pandora Radio, Amazon.com and a number of distributors around the world!

JMOOD RECORDS..."A SOUND CHOICE..." NEW CD RELEASE

JMood Records is pleased to announce the release of “Prague After Dark”. This is the latest jazz project from Roberto Magris and his European jazz trio.

In fact, this trio is not so new at all! Roberto Magris, Frantisek Uhlir and Jaromir Helesic have been friends for over 25 years and performed in Prague and around Europe a number of times together since the 1980’s. Only recently have they decided to come back together and continue to create more music together.

The project is superb! Only a few standards are sprinkled in this project, the rest are original compositions by Magris and Uhlir.

Prague is a vibrant jazz town.  Both Frantisek and Jaromir are well known in Prague and throughout Europe for being of the best.

It is only 4,920 miles and just a little over 10 hours from Kansas City, Missouri to Prague, Czech Republic but this unit performs accessible jazz. “I was very excited to have Roberto performing with a great jazz unit in Europe”, says Paul Collins, jazz impresario from Kansas City. The music is fresh and captivating. With every listen I am totally absorbed in the music and only come to my senses when it is finished playing. There are more performances scheduled and other recording plans for this great European jazz unit. Keep your eyes and ears fixed on this great musical team”! 

Regards, Paul Collins

The CD  liner notes are written by Edward Blanco, Producer and Host of WDNA jazz radio and staff writer with AllAboutJazz.com

JMOOD RECORDS...A SOUND CHOICE "NEW" CD RELEASE

JMood Records is pleased to announce the release of the “New” Roberto Magris Trio CD entitled “Need to Bring Out Love”.

 “Need to Bring Out Love is a beautifully written straight-ahead jazz project by the Italian jazz pianist and Maestro Roberto Magris. The project boasts six original compositions with two cover tunes. One is an amazing energy packed arrangement of jazz pianist Don Pullen’s “Joycie Girl” and the second introduces the jazz world to and our “new” versatile jazz vocalist Julia Haile. The final track and CD title is a creative soul call for love, followed by our original Audio Notebook,” says Paul Collins of JMood Records.

 “Recently I attended a classic opera that delivered tons of music sound tracks and visual drama by the great Italian composer Gaetano Donizetti entitled “L’eliser d’amore” (The Elixir of Love). In it, Nemorino is looking for courage to declare his love for Adina. Unfortunately, an army officer Sergeant Belcore comes to town and falls in love with Adina. This leaves Nemorino looking for an elixir that would make Adina fall in love with him instead. The travelling salesman Dr. Dulcamara makes claims to have the cure all, in fact, an elixir of love.” His claim proves false, or does it? Nemorino is willing to spend all his money to have this love elixir.”  

 “Need to Bring Out Love is our jazz elixir of love. It will make you move about, tap your feet, reflect and find relative peace and yes, possibly love in these trying times. Dr. Dulcamara’s cure was nothing more than a cheap bottle of wine; however, for Nemorino, it was all he needed to find the courage and love of his life. I am not a doctor like Dulcamara, just a lover of this music called jazz. This in fact is my elixir. It cures most all my pains and solves most of my problems. Please take time to try this music and see for yourself.”  Musically yours, Paul Collins, JMood Records.          

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