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David Binder

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Jazz has always shown openness to integrating ethnic music from various parts of the world in a more improvised context. Middle Eastern music has, in particular, been stron…
It has been ten years since bassist Miroslav Vitous released an album under his own name. With Universal Syncopations Vitous proves that he still has what it takes b…
Sean Schulich bursts onto the scene with a high-energy album of instrumental jazz that, while essentially an acoustic group, has the high octane drive of a fusion band. …
Cryptogramophone records has rapidly grown into a high-integrity label that cultivates breadth and a "take no prisoners" approach to contemporary improvised music. Tromboni…
I’ve been a fan of Scott Amendola since I first heard him, in the mid-90s, with Charlie Hunter and the incredible Monk meets Brown meets Kirk group, TJ Kirk. I always loved…
Hot on the heels of Very Live at Ronnie Scott’s - Set One, Steve Smith and Buddy’s Buddies give us Very Live at Ronnie Scott’s - Set Two. This is a very good …
Steve Smith first delivered an exciting homage to Buddy Rich’s small group work with 1999’s Steve Smith and Buddy’s Buddies. Mining Rich’s songbook, with arrangement…
A Barcarola is a Venetian boat song, and it’s easy to imagine being on a gondola, traveling through the canals of Venice, when listening to Riccardo Zegna’s lush new record…
Saxophonist Skerik has spent so much time supporting other musicians and operating in collectives like Garage a Trois, I’ve always wondered what he would do if he had the f…
Jack Cooper’s Jazz Orchestra of the Delta delivers Big Band Reflections of Cole Porter, an album that is sure to delight fans of ambitious, lush big band music. Supp…
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