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Marion Salaam Live At Station Shops - Mixtape

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Marion Salaam Quartet

Live At Suburban Station

Friday, December 1st, 2017

 

Spreading the joy of the season, SEPTAAthenianRazak LLC and Phila Jazz Project present 4 FREE & Cool Holiday Concerts in Suburban Station on Fridays in December. Saxophonist and vocalist, Marion Salaam started off the concert series with an enthusiastic display of Bebop wizardry and holiday cheer.

 

Marion Salaam is a vocalist and alto saxophonist, who is a multi-talented master of the Philadelphia Bebop tradition. Marion has performed at the West Oak Lane Jazz Festival, PJP's Philadelphia Song Book and Chester Arts Alive! at Andre’ Café’ Acoustique. A truly high-energy performer, Salaam brings the traditions of Charlie Parker and Al Jarreau to life in a truly magical way.

 

Marion Salaam 3 set

Salaam was joined by his quartet featuring Bernard Samuel - piano, Kenny Davis - bass and Greg McDonald - drums. The session was recorded by Chris Andrew McDonald and photographed by Tim Blackwell. Special thanks to Julia Lopez for assistance.

 

Marion Salaam Quartet

If you were not able to attend the concert, or if you were there and want to revisit it, you can download a FREE copy of the mixtape which features portions of the performance recorded that day.

 

Marion Salaam Live At Station Shops - MIXTAPE HERE / FREE DOWNLOAD

 

Song List:

1. Let It Snow

2. No Greater Love

3. The Christmas Song

4. Little Boy Don't You Cry

5. Winter Wonderland

6. Naima

 

 

Downloading: To download, click the download links below, when page with audio appears, let it download to your browser and then go to File/Save Page As... Be sure to save file as mp3.

 

Marion Salaam MixtapeMARION SALAAM / LIVE AT STATION SHOPS - December 2017

Featuring holiday music performed by Marion Salaam, Bernard Samuel, Kenny Davis and Greg McDonald. Recorded at Suburban Station, Philadelphia

 

Duration: 41 minutes

File Size: 60 MB

 

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SEPTA,  AthenianRazak LLC & Phila Jazz Project Present

FROSTY AT STATION SHOPS

Suburban Station

16th Street & JFK Blvd

Philadelphia, PA 19102

 

Fridays in December - 4:30 - 6:00pm

 

Dec 1 | Marion Salaam
Dec 8 | Shamika Byrd
Dec 15 | Ella Gahnt & Kevin Valentine
Dec 22 | Paul Jost


 

Coming Up On Friday, December 8th at 4:30pm

 

Shamika ByrdShamika Byrd is singer and actress with an astounding vocal range and a knack for fusing Gospel music and Jazz. Shamika began her career singing gospel on her grandmother’s bus trips. She has performed at the Venice Island Performing Arts Center, Welcome America Festival at Penns Landing, Berks Jazz Festival, Lancaster Avenue Jazz Festival, the Kimmel Center, Chris’ Jazz Café, Firehouse Café and other venues.

 

 

Don't miss out on the fun.

 

Come DOWN and enjoy!!

 

FROSTY AT STATION SHOPS

Suburban Station

16th Street & JFK Blvd

Philadelphia, PA 19102

 

Fridays in December - 4:30 - 6:00pm

 

Dec 1 | Marion Salaam
Dec 8 | Shamika Byrd
Dec 15 | Ella Gahnt & Kevin Valentine
Dec 22 | Paul Jost

 

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