new CD “Stories of Recent Vintage” is my third release as a leader and
features original compositions featuring Jon Gordon, Tony Aiello, and
Jerry Vivino – saxophones, Tony Regusis – piano, Bill Moring – bass, Tim
Horner – drum set.
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Visit the Videos page to view over 20 videos of live performances with my quartet
I will be performing with the The OMNI Ensemble when it begins its 36th season of concerts at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 8:00 pm.
The program will feature a quintet of notable New York jazz players performing standard and not so standard pieces by Miles Davis, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Thelonious Monk, Sonny Rollins, Ralph Towner, Chick Corea, Freddie Hubbard, and others.
Musicians performing are David Wechsler – flutes, Mike Morreale – trumpet, Jacob Matheus – guitar, Jennifer Vincent –bass, and Eli Rojas – drums.
58 Seventh Ave,Park Slope, Brooklyn
I’m excited to announce the release of of my latest solo CD MilesSong -The Music Of Miles Davis is now available at Amazon and iTunes.
This music has been a part of my performing for long time, usually in quartet form, For me the totality of Miles’ career is of value and this concept is reflected in the 14 selections on the two disc set.
Recorded and engineered by Chris Sulit at Trading 8’s Music in Paramus, N.J.on February 17, 19, March 8, and 15, 2016, the CD include musicians Tony Regusis – Steinway piano and Fender Rhodes, Bill Moring – acoustic bass, electric bass on “Spanish Key” and Tim Horner – drums, percussion on “Spanish Key” and “Bitches Brew” and myself on trumpet, keyboards on “Bitches Brew”
MilesSong was produced and arranged by myself with “Bitches Brew and “Spanish Key” produced by myself and Chris Sulit
Executive Producer: Nino Morreale.
Michael Morreale: Love and Influence (2013-16 , Blujazz, 2CD): Trumpet player, also some flugelhorn and piano, based in New York. I don’t know of any previous albums, but hype sheet says he’s been active thirty-some years, and I’ve seen a number of side credits, especially with Joe Jackson. Mainstream, with Jon Gordon on alto sax, lots of piano. First disc is brighter and sharper; second includes a vocal. B+(*) [cd]
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