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You're likely here because you saw THIS VIDEO, as part of the "Covers & Causes Online" Charity efforts to raise money for +those in need. If you didn't - please feel free to watch it : it's a 15 min concert where I play -- from home with backing tracks -- Miles Davis' "Four"and Sonny Rollins' "St Thomas" and ask viewers to consider making a donation to Browntasauras Records Artists.
You can make donations to Browntasauras Records and/or Brownman Music by :
In these trying times, we greatly appreciate whatever you can give in support of jazz artistry. All proceeds collected will go towards Browntasauras Records artists and staff (who are all currently without a means of income as all music venues are shut down in the midst of Covid-19). Please email email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns, and logistics manager Andrew Nicholson would be happy to assist you.
Please consider visiting www.Browntasauras.com to further investigate the award-winning artists on the label. Their work can be purchased directly from that site, with all proceeds going directly to the artists (the label itself takes nothing, in order that the Artists receive maximum profits).
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ABOUT BROWNTASAURAS RECORDS
Initially formed in 2009 as a singular home to aclaimed trumpet player Brownman Ali's 7 various ensembles, the flagship release for the label was Brownman Electryc Trio's "Juggernaut", with several recordings that previously appeared on other labels being re-issued. In 2015 Brownman opened the doors to other ensembles which showcased his trumpet player, but for whom he was not a leader. All of the ensembles on the label -- CRUZAO & BROWNMAN ELECTRYC TRIO in particular -- have been the recipients of many awards & accolades, all receiving critical acclaim.
The label is unique in that all artists receive 100% of all profits, with the label receiving exactly 0%. It is a true not-for-profit with Brownman's vision for the label to be a catalyst for the creation of new jazz art, and not a typical capital venture as has been the goal of most traditional record labels.
Read acclaimed music journalist Terry Pender's
insightful look at the label :