M27 Putting MUSIC back in music. Music Labels: An independent multi media company from New York City established in the financial district of Manhattan in 2003, M27 specializes in music, film/video and book publishing.
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Our trajectory has covered urban, classical and jazz music with recordings, events and marketing campaigns throughout the globe. We are looking for new talent in all areas of music and artistic development . We are always going that extra mile for our artists and believe that art as a reflection of life contributes immensely to community affairs, development and sustainability in culture.

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07/27/2020

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07/27/2020

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07/02/2020

HILTON RUIZ

"Just for Peace and Love" by Dick Griffin

Hilton Ruiz, Piano
Lew Soloff, Trumpet
Su Terry, Saxophone
Dick Griffin, Trombone
Yomo Toro, Cuatro Guitar
Leon Dorsey, Bass
Renato Thoms, Congas
Dafnis Prieto, Drums

06/30/2020
Just For Peace snd Love!

The amazing painter, educator, Conposer and Trombonist, the great Maestro; Mr. Dick Griffin!

Contributed a composition entitled “Just for Peace and Love”

Hilton Ruiz, Piano
Yomo Toro, Cuateo Guitar
Lew Soloff, Trumpet
Su Terry, Saxophone
Dick Griffin, Trombone
Renato Thoms, Congas
Dafnis Prieto, Drums

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06/28/2020

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06/28/2020
"JUST FOR PEACE AND LOVE" Hilton Ruiz

To honor you, to celebrate your life man, always in my heart bro! I pray and hope the people see what’s up with your amazing gift to this world!

JUST FOR PEACE AND LOVE

HILTON RUIZ
featuring: Lew Soloff, Su Terry, Dick Griffin, Leon Dorsey, Renato Thoms and Dafnis Prieto

https://youtu.be/maQT0-N66_k

M27 PRESENTS "JUST FOR PEACE AND LOVE" HILTON RUIZ Featuring: Lew Soloff, Su Terry, Dick Griffin, Yomo Toro, Leon Dorsey, Renato Thoms and Dafnis Prieto. We ...

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Nearly impossible to have gone through this but I am beyond proud and humbled for producing this work with the great Hil...
06/27/2020

Nearly impossible to have gone through this but I am beyond proud and humbled for producing this work with the great Hilton Ruiz and amazing band! Much PEACE AND LOVE to you all and please download, comment, share and celebrate real music!

Art Direction: Dan Mandell
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For immediate release:M27 proudly presents the much anticipated recording of the Jazz Piano, the great let Hilton Ruiz. ...
06/27/2020
Just for Peace and Love (feat. Yomo Toro, Lew Soloff, Su Terry, Dick Griffin, Renato Thoms, Dafnis Prieto & Leon Dorsey) - EP by Hilton Ruiz

For immediate release:

M27 proudly presents the much anticipated recording of the Jazz Piano, the great let Hilton Ruiz. Part of the bigger project entitled “Going Back to New Orleans” this first drop is chosen for various reasons including what the world needs right now, peace and love.
A Dick Griffin composition, this stellar band led by Hilton Ruiz dropped two amazing renditions of which we had to share with the world.
M27 Récords proudly presents:

JUST FOR PEACE AND LOVE

HILTON RUIZ featuring: Yomo Toro, Lew Soloff, Su Terry, Dick Griffin, Leon Dorsey, Renato Thoms and Dafnis Prieto.

https://music.apple.com/us/album/just-for-peace-love-feat-yomo-toro-lew-soloff-su-terry/1519656174

Album · 2020 · 2 Songs

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06/19/2020

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06/17/2020
Don Agustin Bardi by The Tango Embassy

Frank Valiente, Musical Direction and Piano
Strings: Romulo Benavides, Manuel Pietri, Ina Paris
Alberto Quiroga, Bandoneón
Victor Matías, Double BassDuring this rehearsal we bring in 4 dancers to introduce the new choreography. For this being the first time running it with the Tango Embassy, these dancers were right on with their sentiment and routines.

Frank Valiente, Musical Direction and Piano
Strings: Romulo Benavides, Manuel Pietri, Ina Paris
Alberto Quiroga, Bandoneón
Victor Matías, Double Bass

Recorded Live at Carol Studios NYC

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06/14/2020

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06/11/2020
The Hilton Ruiz Quintet: Live from SMOKE NYC 3/4

M27 Presents
The Hilton Ruiz Quintet
Live from SMOKE

Hilton Ruiz, Piano
Joe Locke, Vibes
Leon Dorsey, Bass
Milton Cardona, Congas
Sylvia Cuenca, Drums

with special appearance by Ray Barretto.

The SMOKE filled the upper west side with souls eager to be taken a flight into a realm of color and dynamics unfelt throughout many decades. The Piano Man from midtown Manhattan, he who was born with the gift of finger dexterity, brought along a gang of Jazz Masters to this wonderful place in the upper west side. The SMOKE Jazz Club.
Straight out of mix down session from our recording studio on 99 John Street, we hurried uptown to catch this amazing set as we promoted the "Steppin' with TP: dedicated to Tito Puente" album by Hilton Ruiz.
The simmering and fizzling atmosphere was electrifying during these two days.

Hilton Ruiz (May 29, 1952 – June 6, 2006) was an American jazz pianist in the Afro-Cuban jazz mold, but was also a talented bebop player. He was of Puerto Rican descent.
Born in New York City, Ruiz began playing piano at the age of five after being inspired by Duke Ellington. At the age of eight he performed Mozart at Carnegie Hall.

In high school Ruiz studied jazz piano with Mary Lou Williams. In 1973 he was a sideman for Roland Kirk, then later for Clark Terry. He also worked with Betty Carter, Tito Puente, and Mongo Santamaría. He co-wrote a music instruction book, Jazz and How to Play It. He appeared on the soundtrack to Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors.

Joe Locke, Vibraphone
Widely considered to be one of the major voices of his instrument. He has performed and recorded with a diverse range of notable musicians, including Grover Washington Jr, Raul Midón, Kenny Barron, Eddie Henderson, Cecil Taylor, Dianne Reeves, Eddie Palmieri, Ron Carter, The Beastie Boys, the Münster Symphony Orchestra, the Spanish Harlem Orchestra, the Orchestra da Camera della Sardegna and the Lincoln, Nebraska Symphony.

Milton Cardona, Congas
(November 21, 1944 – September 19, 2014) was a percussionist, vocalist and conga player from Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.

Milton Cardona made well over 1000 recordings, nine of which won Grammies. His career and was highly influenced by Mongo Santamaria. He studied violin during his childhood in The Bronx, New York, and played bass guitar professionally in New York City as a youth before playing percussion. He collaborated with Kip Hanrahan, Spike Lee, Paul Simon, Willie Colón, David Byrne, Cachao, Larry Harlow, Eddie Palmieri, Don Byron, Celia Cruz, Guaco, Hector Lavoe, Ned Rothenberg, Rabih Abou-Khalil and Jack Bruce from the rock band Cream.

Leon Dorsey, Bass
Leon Lee Dorsey: (born March 12, 1958) is an American jazz bassist, known for his well-received debut for Landmark Records. He teaches at the Berklee School of Music in Boston.

A composer and arranger, he has performed with jazz luminaries that include: Dizzy Gillespie, Wynton Marsalis, Freddie Hubbard, John Lewis, Kenny Clarke, Jon Hendricks, Gloria Lynn, Harry “Sweets” Edison, Dorothy Donegan, Stanley Turrentine, George Benson, Ellis Marsalis, Neena Freelon and Terumasa Hino. Other career highlights include working with Frank Sinatra at Carnegie Hall, guest appearances at the White House under Presidents Reagan and Clinton and performing with Joe Williams and the operatic diva Marilyn Horne. He has graced jazz festivals throughout the world and recorded with Lionel Hampton, Art Blakey, Arthur Prysock, Freddie Hubbard, Dakota Staton and numerous other jazz artists. Completing his Doctorate in Classical Double Bass under the distinguished Ron Carter at the Grad Center of City University of New York with, Dorsey holds Masters Degrees from the University of Wisconsin and the Manhattan School of Music and two Bachelor of Music Degrees from Oberlin College. Holding his convictions, Dorsey says he owes it all to God.

Sylvia Cuenca: Drums

Sylvia Cuenca is an active drummer on the New York jazz scene who is contributing outstanding performances in a variety of situations.
Cuenca has also performed with such jazz luminaries as Billy Taylor, Frank Foster's Loud Minority Big Band, Houston Person, Etta Jones, Helen Merrill, John Hicks, Valery Ponomarov, Lew Soloff, James Spaulding, Kenny Barron, Ray Drummond, Michael Brecker, Randy Brecker, George Cables, Hilton Ruiz, Jon Faddis, Eddie Henderson, John Handy, Kenny Drew Jr., Emily Remler, Richie Cole, Dave Stryker, Jessie Davis, Ralph Bowen, Vincent Herring, Paul Bollenback, Geoffrey Keezer, Mark Whitfield, Ralph Moore, Catherine Russell, Dianne Reeves, Dianne Schuur, Denise Donatelli, Ernestine Anderson, Lea Delaria, the European based Vienna Art Orchestra and many others. Currently she is an adjunct instructor at Columbia University and she resides in New York City.

November 11 & 12, 2005
copyright Marco Matute 2005-2020

06/11/2020
The Hilton Ruiz Quintet: Live from SMOKE NYC 2/4

M27 Presents
The Hilton Ruiz Quintet
Live from SMOKE

Hilton Ruiz, Piano
Joe Locke, Vibes
Leon Dorsey, Bass
Milton Cardona, Congas
Sylvia Cuenca, Drums

with special appearance by Ray Barretto.

The SMOKE filled the upper west side with souls eager to be taken a flight into a realm of color and dynamics unfelt throughout many decades. The Piano Man from midtown Manhattan, he who was born with the gift of finger dexterity, brought along a gang of Jazz Masters to this wonderful place in the upper west side. The SMOKE Jazz Club.
Straight out of mix down session from our recording studio on 99 John Street, we hurried uptown to catch this amazing set as we promoted the "Steppin' with TP: dedicated to Tito Puente" album by Hilton Ruiz.
The simmering and fizzling atmosphere was electrifying during these two days.

Hilton Ruiz (May 29, 1952 – June 6, 2006) was an American jazz pianist in the Afro-Cuban jazz mold, but was also a talented bebop player. He was of Puerto Rican descent.
Born in New York City, Ruiz began playing piano at the age of five after being inspired by Duke Ellington. At the age of eight he performed Mozart at Carnegie Hall.

In high school Ruiz studied jazz piano with Mary Lou Williams. In 1973 he was a sideman for Roland Kirk, then later for Clark Terry. He also worked with Betty Carter, Tito Puente, and Mongo Santamaría. He co-wrote a music instruction book, Jazz and How to Play It. He appeared on the soundtrack to Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors.

Joe Locke, Vibraphone
Widely considered to be one of the major voices of his instrument. He has performed and recorded with a diverse range of notable musicians, including Grover Washington Jr, Raul Midón, Kenny Barron, Eddie Henderson, Cecil Taylor, Dianne Reeves, Eddie Palmieri, Ron Carter, The Beastie Boys, the Münster Symphony Orchestra, the Spanish Harlem Orchestra, the Orchestra da Camera della Sardegna and the Lincoln, Nebraska Symphony.

Milton Cardona, Congas
(November 21, 1944 – September 19, 2014) was a percussionist, vocalist and conga player from Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.

Milton Cardona made well over 1000 recordings, nine of which won Grammies. His career and was highly influenced by Mongo Santamaria. He studied violin during his childhood in The Bronx, New York, and played bass guitar professionally in New York City as a youth before playing percussion. He collaborated with Kip Hanrahan, Spike Lee, Paul Simon, Willie Colón, David Byrne, Cachao, Larry Harlow, Eddie Palmieri, Don Byron, Celia Cruz, Guaco, Hector Lavoe, Ned Rothenberg, Rabih Abou-Khalil and Jack Bruce from the rock band Cream.

Leon Dorsey, Bass
Leon Lee Dorsey: (born March 12, 1958) is an American jazz bassist, known for his well-received debut for Landmark Records. He teaches at the Berklee School of Music in Boston.

A composer and arranger, he has performed with jazz luminaries that include: Dizzy Gillespie, Wynton Marsalis, Freddie Hubbard, John Lewis, Kenny Clarke, Jon Hendricks, Gloria Lynn, Harry “Sweets” Edison, Dorothy Donegan, Stanley Turrentine, George Benson, Ellis Marsalis, Neena Freelon and Terumasa Hino. Other career highlights include working with Frank Sinatra at Carnegie Hall, guest appearances at the White House under Presidents Reagan and Clinton and performing with Joe Williams and the operatic diva Marilyn Horne. He has graced jazz festivals throughout the world and recorded with Lionel Hampton, Art Blakey, Arthur Prysock, Freddie Hubbard, Dakota Staton and numerous other jazz artists. Completing his Doctorate in Classical Double Bass under the distinguished Ron Carter at the Grad Center of City University of New York with, Dorsey holds Masters Degrees from the University of Wisconsin and the Manhattan School of Music and two Bachelor of Music Degrees from Oberlin College. Holding his convictions, Dorsey says he owes it all to God.

Sylvia Cuenca: Drums

Sylvia Cuenca is an active drummer on the New York jazz scene who is contributing outstanding performances in a variety of situations.
Cuenca has also performed with such jazz luminaries as Billy Taylor, Frank Foster's Loud Minority Big Band, Houston Person, Etta Jones, Helen Merrill, John Hicks, Valery Ponomarov, Lew Soloff, James Spaulding, Kenny Barron, Ray Drummond, Michael Brecker, Randy Brecker, George Cables, Hilton Ruiz, Jon Faddis, Eddie Henderson, John Handy, Kenny Drew Jr., Emily Remler, Richie Cole, Dave Stryker, Jessie Davis, Ralph Bowen, Vincent Herring, Paul Bollenback, Geoffrey Keezer, Mark Whitfield, Ralph Moore, Catherine Russell, Dianne Reeves, Dianne Schuur, Denise Donatelli, Ernestine Anderson, Lea Delaria, the European based Vienna Art Orchestra and many others. Currently she is an adjunct instructor at Columbia University and she resides in New York City.

November 11 & 12, 2005
copyright Marco Matute 2005-2020

M27's cover photo
06/11/2020

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06/11/2020
The Hilton Ruiz Quintet: Live from SMOKE NYC 1/4

M27 Presents
The Hilton Ruiz Quintet
Live from SMOKE

Hilton Ruiz, Piano
Joe Locke, Vibes
Leon Dorsey, Bass
Milton Cardona, Congas
Sylvia Cuenca, Drums

with special appearance by Ray Barretto.

The SMOKE filled the upper west side with souls eager to be taken a flight into a realm of color and dynamics unfelt throughout many decades. The Piano Man from midtown Manhattan, he who was born with the gift of finger dexterity, brought along a gang of Jazz Masters to this wonderful place in the upper west side. The SMOKE Jazz Club.
Straight out of mix down session from our recording studio on 99 John Street, we hurried uptown to catch this amazing set as we promoted the "Steppin' with TP: dedicated to Tito Puente" album by Hilton Ruiz.
The simmering and fizzling atmosphere was electrifying during these two days.

Hilton Ruiz (May 29, 1952 – June 6, 2006) was an American jazz pianist in the Afro-Cuban jazz mold, but was also a talented bebop player. He was of Puerto Rican descent.
Born in New York City, Ruiz began playing piano at the age of five after being inspired by Duke Ellington. At the age of eight he performed Mozart at Carnegie Hall.

In high school Ruiz studied jazz piano with Mary Lou Williams. In 1973 he was a sideman for Roland Kirk, then later for Clark Terry. He also worked with Betty Carter, Tito Puente, and Mongo Santamaría. He co-wrote a music instruction book, Jazz and How to Play It. He appeared on the soundtrack to Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors.

Joe Locke, Vibraphone
Widely considered to be one of the major voices of his instrument. He has performed and recorded with a diverse range of notable musicians, including Grover Washington Jr, Raul Midón, Kenny Barron, Eddie Henderson, Cecil Taylor, Dianne Reeves, Eddie Palmieri, Ron Carter, The Beastie Boys, the Münster Symphony Orchestra, the Spanish Harlem Orchestra, the Orchestra da Camera della Sardegna and the Lincoln, Nebraska Symphony.

Milton Cardona, Congas
(November 21, 1944 – September 19, 2014) was a percussionist, vocalist and conga player from Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.

Milton Cardona made well over 1000 recordings, nine of which won Grammies. His career and was highly influenced by Mongo Santamaria. He studied violin during his childhood in The Bronx, New York, and played bass guitar professionally in New York City as a youth before playing percussion. He collaborated with Kip Hanrahan, Spike Lee, Paul Simon, Willie Colón, David Byrne, Cachao, Larry Harlow, Eddie Palmieri, Don Byron, Celia Cruz, Guaco, Hector Lavoe, Ned Rothenberg, Rabih Abou-Khalil and Jack Bruce from the rock band Cream.

Leon Dorsey, Bass
Leon Lee Dorsey: (born March 12, 1958) is an American jazz bassist, known for his well-received debut for Landmark Records. He teaches at the Berklee School of Music in Boston.

A composer and arranger, he has performed with jazz luminaries that include: Dizzy Gillespie, Wynton Marsalis, Freddie Hubbard, John Lewis, Kenny Clarke, Jon Hendricks, Gloria Lynn, Harry “Sweets” Edison, Dorothy Donegan, Stanley Turrentine, George Benson, Ellis Marsalis, Neena Freelon and Terumasa Hino. Other career highlights include working with Frank Sinatra at Carnegie Hall, guest appearances at the White House under Presidents Reagan and Clinton and performing with Joe Williams and the operatic diva Marilyn Horne. He has graced jazz festivals throughout the world and recorded with Lionel Hampton, Art Blakey, Arthur Prysock, Freddie Hubbard, Dakota Staton and numerous other jazz artists. Completing his Doctorate in Classical Double Bass under the distinguished Ron Carter at the Grad Center of City University of New York with, Dorsey holds Masters Degrees from the University of Wisconsin and the Manhattan School of Music and two Bachelor of Music Degrees from Oberlin College. Holding his convictions, Dorsey says he owes it all to God.

Sylvia Cuenca: Drums

Sylvia Cuenca is an active drummer on the New York jazz scene who is contributing outstanding performances in a variety of situations.
Cuenca has also performed with such jazz luminaries as Billy Taylor, Frank Foster's Loud Minority Big Band, Houston Person, Etta Jones, Helen Merrill, John Hicks, Valery Ponomarov, Lew Soloff, James Spaulding, Kenny Barron, Ray Drummond, Michael Brecker, Randy Brecker, George Cables, Hilton Ruiz, Jon Faddis, Eddie Henderson, John Handy, Kenny Drew Jr., Emily Remler, Richie Cole, Dave Stryker, Jessie Davis, Ralph Bowen, Vincent Herring, Paul Bollenback, Geoffrey Keezer, Mark Whitfield, Ralph Moore, Catherine Russell, Dianne Reeves, Dianne Schuur, Denise Donatelli, Ernestine Anderson, Lea Delaria, the European based Vienna Art Orchestra and many others. Currently she is an adjunct instructor at Columbia University and she resides in New York City.

November 11 & 12, 2005
copyright Marco Matute 2005-2020

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