REVOLUTION ’67  features a musical score comprised of more than 60 jazz pieces by 20 international artists.

Lee Boice 


Lee Boice is a well known guitarist/composer/producer on the NY City music scene.  Besides being known for his exciting live performances with many East Coast bands,  Lee has composed music for film,  produced artists from the worlds of rock, blues and jazz and has put out two world fusion CDs of his own that feature internationally known Indian Classical musicians. Lee is the owner of Sonic Arts Studio in Union City, New Jersey.

Judy Lewis  &

Judy Lewis is among the leading Israeli Jazz artists in the world today as well as a prolific composer.  To date, she has released 5 albums of her original progressive jazz music.

David Knowles 


Anchor Tattoo is a musical project started in Brooklyn by fiction-writer David Knowles. After playing regular gigs in New York with band-mates Andrew Innes, Daniel Fisher and Gene Cawley, David moved to Florida, and has continued writing and recording new Anchor Tattoo compositions on his own.

Jason Marshall


Jason Marshall's 2003 arrival in New York City signified the continuation of hard swinging, forward thinking baritone saxophone playing.   With early encouragement to appreciate all types of music, Jason has developed a style that encompasses the whole of African-American music.  A special interest is given to the amalgamation of soul, R&B and funk with straight-ahead jazz.  Years of dedication and perseverance have resulted in a giant, soulful sound and instantly appealing concept.

Heidi Martin


Heidi Martin is a native of Washington D.C.  She is a Vocalist & Composer whose work is lyrically socially prolific supported by solid Jazz grooves. Her contributions to the documentary REVOLUTION ’67 are from her CD release HIDE.

Jonathan Meacham 


Indiana native and Boston-based composer and performer, J.D. Meacham, is a musician of great versatility.  Working within many different idioms in music, Meacham has been recognized nationally for his dedication to producing music with great emotional depth and remarkable style.  No matter the forum, at the core of Meacham’s music are the aesthetics of Black-American culture.

Kengo Nakamura


Kengo Nakamura (Composer/ Bassist) is Fifty Five Record's Recording Artist who lives in New York City. He’s performed with Wynton Marsalis, Cyrus Chestnut, Wess "Warmdaddy" Anderson.  Kengo has been chosen three years consecutively from the reader's poll of the Swing Journal magazine as the number one Japanese Jazz bass player.

Yotam Rosenbaum


Yotam Rosenbaum is an award-winning composer and drummer.  He was born and raised in Israel.  At the age of 23 he relocated to the US to attend the acclaimed Berklee College of Music.  Yotam composed and produced 3 full length CDs of his original music.  He now resides in Los Angeles, where he composes music for TV shows, commercials and films.

Kevin Barbour

Website: http://www.guitar9.comsummkevinbarbour.html

Kevin runs BSM Productions, a music production company which licences music to TV, radio and movies.  In addition to BSM, Kevin has released 2 CDs,  "First Steps" and "Changing Skies,"  on the Guitar 9 label.  A new CD titled "3" will be released in 2007.

photo by Michael Black

Vince Di Mura


Vince is a jazz composer/keyboardist and musical director.  He has had tremendous sucess in the theatre as both an arranger and composer. His 2 CDs, "Imperfect Balance" and "A Darker Shade of Romance" are available on the internet and at

John Dworkin 
John is a Guitarist/Writer currently residing in upstate New York.

Nasar Abadey


Drummer and Composer Nasar Abadey is the founder, leader and driving force of SUPERNOVA®.  He has performed with Amiri Baraka, Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Rouse, Gary Bartz, David Sanchez, Cyrus Chestnut, Sonny Fortune, Ella Fitzgerald, Eartha Kitt, Kenny Kirkland, among others.  He has been awarded grants by the National Endowment for the Arts and Humanities, the D.C. Commission for the Arts, Creative Arts Performance Services (CAPS), the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, and  others. Abadey says, "I feel most comfortable at the cutting edge of the music.  It is there that I play past what I know so that my creativity is inspired from a higher source."

Orrin Evans


The New York Times described Evans as "...a poised artist with an impressive template of ideas at his command.”  "Hot House Magazine" in 1998, described him as “The clear-cut best pianist of his time..."   In 2002 Orrin’s album; "Meant to Shine" Palmetto Records  won a SESAC National Performance Activity Award and was voted Top 10 Jazz CD by the Philadelphia Inquirer. 

Gerry Hemingway


Hemingway is a Guggenheim fellow and has received numerous commissions for chamber and orchestral work including "Terrains,"  a concerto for percussionist and orchestra commissioned by the Kansas City Symphony.   He also completed a production of “Songs,"  a two year recording project for the the German label "Between the Lines."    He is well known for his eleven years in the Anthony Braxton Quartet, and his many collaborations with some of the world’s most outstanding improvisers and composers including Evan Parker, Cecil Taylor, Mark Dresser, and many others.

Askold Buk


Famed critic Nat Hentoff wrote in the May 2000 Guitar World: "Askold Buk plays with the passion born of complete mastery of his instrument so that - as Dizzy Gillespie once said of superior players - he knows what notes not to play."  He's recorded with jazz trumpeter Hugh Masakela and the "world beat" group Baturé including guest artists Wayne Shorter and Alex Acuña.   His "Askold Buk" CD was added to over 20 national and international jazz and smooth jazz playlists.  His compositions and guitar work have been heard on ABC Primetime and the Emmy-winning PBS series Frontline, as well as numerous independent films and TV commercials. 

Revolution ’67  Soundtrack