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Vitaly Golovnev - What Matters CD Released Today
(Published: June 26, 2012)

Tippin' Records

Proudly Presents:

Vitaly Golovnev Quartet
What Matters


Available Today June 26, 2012!
Amazon, iTunes, CD Baby, and Tippin' Records

Vitaly Golovnev trumpet
Zhenya Strigalev alto saxophone
Nathan Peck bass
Pete Zimmer drums

"A nimble trumpeter whose tone can range from clarion to pugilistic, Golovnev has synthesized influences ranging from Clifford Brown and (Booker)Little to Dave Douglas and Tom Harrell into a broad personal style." The New York City Jazz Record, George Kanzler

"It becomes abundantly clear from the start of What Matters that this quartet knows how to handle fire." Popmatters.com, Steve Spoerl

"Golovnev is clearly a force to be reckoned with"

"Golovnev projects an idiosyncratic sensibility, ironic and romantic"

"His playing suggests a more progressive, angular and daring feel to this music"

We'd like to cordially invite you to the CD Release Event for "What Matters" at Smalls Jazz Club on Wednesday, June 27!

Here's the details:

Vitaly Golovnev Quintet
Vitaly Golovnev trumpet
Mike DiRubbo alto saxophone
Miki Hayama piano
Gregg August bass
Pete Zimmer drums


Smalls Jazz Club
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
11:30pm to close

183 W. 10th St. (off 7th av.)
New York, NY 10014

Upcoming Tippin' Records Releases:

July 10, 2012
Teriver Cheung "My Nocturne" TIP1110

Teriver Cheung guitar
Andrew Gould alto saxophone
Linda Oh bass
Ross Pederson drums

"No matter how high the technical bar has been raised for aspiring guitarists, one simple fact remains: musicality is what matters. Teriver Cheung, age 27, has found ways to transcend a chops-centric approach and create music full of breath, space and surprise. On My Nocturne, his auspicious debut, he reveals himself as a player of great skill but also poetic sensitivity. He can do difficult, yes: his single-note lines generate heat and friction, leaping across intervals, avoiding the obvious. But it's the lyricism, the rhythmic idiosyncrasy and above all the personal quality of his writing and improvising that makes C heung an artist to watch." -David R. Adler

Fall 2012 (Stay tuned for official release TBA soon)
The Skinny "Dig On It" TIP1111

Kyle Asche guitar
Ben Paterson hammond B-3
Jake Vinsel electric bass
Mike Schlick drums

"With Ben Paterson manning the Hammond B-3, Kyle Asche on guitar, Jake Vinsel on bass and Mike Schlick on drums, the four kindred spirits collectively known as The Skinny have come up with their own personal spin on the soul-jazz tradition. Carrying on in the spirit of Jimmy McGriff, Boogaloo Joe Jones and Grant Green, they also reveal the influences of James Brown, The Meters and Booker T & The MGs along the way. Suffice it to say, these Chicago-based groovemeisters know how to lay it down and slap some bacon fat on it." - Bill Milkowski

Also, we'd like to take a brief moment to thank all of you for all of your kind support with our recent release "Pete Zimmer - Prime of Life." We've been getting a lot of positive responses in the printed media as well as radio throughout the USA and many other parts of the world. We'd like to thanks the following publications for reviewing POL in no particular order: Modern Drummer Magazine, Jazz Times Magazine, Down Beat Magazine, Cadence Magazine, AllAboutJazz.com, The New York City Jazz Record, JazzWise Magazine (UK), and Bruce Crowther's Blog. Also would like to thank all of the many people who jam packed Smoke Jazz Club last month for all three sets of Pete Zimmer's Cd Release gig. That was a grand evening! We appreciate all of your support. If you haven't picked up a copy of POL yet, you can here: iTunes, Amazon, or direct from Tippin' Records.

For more information please visit Tippin' Records and also visit our artists websites:

Pete Zimmer http://www.petezimmer.com
Vitaly Golovnev http://www.vitalygolovnev.com
Teriver Cheung http://www.terivercheung.com
The Skinny http://www.theskinnymusic.com
UoU http://www.uoumusic.com
Kyle Asche http://www.kyleasche.com

More Information: http://www.tippinrecords.com

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