What others have offered in her name.
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Deirdre and Kathy feature some of Remler’s favorites plus a few of their own compositions and standards.
album: A New Promise @ CD Baby
songs: East To Wes, Mocha Spice, Carenia,
Sheryl Bailey pays homage to Emily’s work with the renowned Three Rivers Jazz Orchestra. The big band sound coupled with Sheryl’s fretboard mastery gives a refreshingly bold perspective to three of Emily’s most loved compositions.
I love this easy groovin’ little tune. And maybe more so for remembering her name .
This is a live, slightly renamed version of the Emily song above, with a more haunting reverb edge.
Acoustic duo version of Leni’s composition for Emily, originally appearing on Just Friends Vol. 2.
Dawn’s debut is a delicate, sensitive interpretation of jazz standards and originals that showcase her haunting vocals and creative guitar solos. Dawn studied with Emily which led to the included tribute.
Jane’s entire album is in honor of her friend and mentor. It’s impossible to not notice and thoroughly relish the influence in her compositions. It’s a wonderful album, one of my personal favorites and a high recommendation for adding to your collection.
Vic Juris assembles a fine group of players for a wonderful recording of flawless technique, crisp time and beautiful sound.
Bob Nell teams up with former Emily trio musicians Kelly Roberti and Brad Edwards for this soulful recollection. The rest of the album has a beautiful big band vibe featuring Jack Walrath and Ray Anderson.
Steve Bailey, Ricky Sebastian, Bill O’Connell, Herb Ellis, Eddie Gomez, Marvin “Smitty” Smith, Kristen Buckley, Lincoln Goines, Steve Masakowski, Leni Stern, Terry Holmes, Marty Ashby, Bob Felder, David Derge, David Benoit, and Nelson Rangell.
song: Bl’ize Medley: Not Soon Forgotten/Her Manic-Manner Moods/Double Helix
A Cosmic-Jazz Fusion Suite for Emily from The Mick.
album: Inner Motion
song: 6 String Poet
@ iTunes store
Smooth jazz rendering of David’s commemoration.
A tribute from close friends: Herb Ellis, David Benoit, Bill O’Connell, Leni Stern, Steve Mazakowski, Steve Baily, Marty Ashby, Bob Felder, Eddie Gomez and Marvin Smith, Terry Holmes, Kristen Buckley, Jay Ashby, Nelson Rangell, David Beberg.
Visit the Open Mic page to hear other tributes to Emily or submit your own musical homage.