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Steven Bernstein plays Sly Stone

Steven Bernstein
Page added Jun 15, 2012 Updated Jun 22, 2012

On this edition of Jazztrack, we hear Sly and the Family Stone reinterpreted by Steven Bernstein and his Millennial Territory Orchestra.

Pianist Roberto Fonseca cleverly uses the sound of Cuban legendary poet Nicolas Guillen in his new release.  Melbourne based Drummer Mark Lockett has an Ornette Coleman inspired new release recorded in New York.
The Ron Philpott Quintet led by the long established Sydney bassist in a recording from our Sydney studios plus other new and recent releases.

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Artist Biography


Steven Bernstein (born October 8, 1961) is an American trumpeter, slide trumpeter, arranger/composer and bandleader from New York City. He is best known for his work in The Lounge Lizards, Sex Mob, Spanish Fly and the Millennial Territory Orchestra. Sex Mob's 2006 CD Sexotica was nominated for a Grammy. A ubiquitous figure in New York's downtown jazz scene, Steven Bernstein has been the musical...

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