Recorded in Germany with Gilles Naturel on bass, Dave Rokeach on drums, and the fine gypsy-style guitarist Romane guesting on four tracks. This CD is upbeat and swinging. We think of it as romantic retro-jazz.
Listen to a sample from the track “After You’ve Gone”
Live From Boulevard Music
[wrong desc] Recorded in Germany with Gilles Naturel on bass, Dave Rokeach on drums, and the fine gypsy-style guitarist Romane guesting on four tracks. This CD is upbeat and swinging. We think of it as romantic retro-jazz.
Save Your Love For Me
Third CD by Morning & Jim with Terry Miller on bass, Dave Rokeach on drums, Michael Spiro on percussion, Mark Summer on cello. A mixture of jazz, latin rhythms, blues and even a taste of country picking.
Morning & Jim’s 2nd CD with Terry Miller on bass, Paul VanVageningen on drums. Alex Murzyn on sax & flute. Peter Horvath on piano, Michael Spiro on percussion. This disc features a larger production with a full palette–jazz latin and a bit of pop.
Listen to a sample from the track “Blinded By Love.”
Morning & Jim’s debut CD — with John Nichols and John Hettel on bass, Kent Bryson on drums, Alex Murzyn on sax & flute and Michael Spiro on percussion. This is an intimate first recording by the duo with songs by Bobby Caldwell, Stevie Wonder, Tom Waits, as well as jazz favorites.
This popular CD, recorded in Germany, features Jim and great Australian guitarist, Tommy Emmanuel in an exciting acoustic tribute to Chet Atkins. Includes some singing by Tommy and two songs by Morning.
Jazz and Country
Jim’s solo debut. Chosen by Guitar Player Magazine as one of their picks of the year for 1996. From bebop to Chet Atkin’s fingerpicking classics. Jim’s virtuosity shines through.
Listen to a sample from the track “It Could Happen To You.”
Live – Richard Smith and Jim Nichols
Live recording from Boulevard Music’s Concert Series. Two virtuosos at work.
Listen to a sample from the track “Dizzy Fingers.”
This CD features jazz/folk arrangements of classic songs from the roots of America. There is lots of jazz and some Chet style pickin’ on this one. Featuring The Nichols Barshay Septet (The Big Sky Ensemble) with Jim Nichols, guitar; Bobby Black, pedal steel; Chris Kranyak, violin; Rich Kuhns, accordion; Michael Bluestein, piano; Paul van Wageningen, drums; Peter Barshay, bass All arrangements are by Jim Nichols and Peter Barshay. This CD has an optional cookbook. To order BOTH, go to www.menusandmusic.com