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Edward Kane

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Tribute albums from one jazz singer to another are always an interesting proposition; when the two vocalists involved are both, ahem, somewhat undersung as is the case with…
Christine Andreas is a veteran Broadway singer and actress with a voice that is big and bold. The Carlyle Set is a studio recreation of what it sounded like when she…
This compilation of tracks from Milwaukee based jazz singer Jerry Grillo is pleasant enough, featuring solid renditions of popular classics. Culled from six earlier release…
On Lost in Manhattan Joseph Walsh provides an interesting mixture of original compositions and interpretations of songs by everyone from Cole Porter and Irving Berli…
Rosana Eckert is a jazz singer and educator from Texas. At the End of the Day finds her backed by seven other Lone Star jazzmen, the best known of which is probably …
There are many reasons why oysters are usually served on the half-shell. For one, presentation is a factor--they just look better garnished and arranged around a plate that…
Kerry Strayer is a saxophonist and arranger from Kansas City, MO. His association with Gary Foster--the L.A based reedman originally hails from Kansas--goes back almost thi…
Boston's Gypsy Schaeffer is a quartet of impeccable pedigree. Alto player Andy Voelker & drummer Chris Punis are alumni of the renown Berklee College of Music, while trombo…
The Days of Awe is an interesting project from bassist David Chevan with Frank London and the Afro-Semitic Experience. The CD's nine pieces are each prayers written …
J.A. Granelli & Mr. Lucky's latest CD Gigantic is an entertaining ride that is somewhat hard to categorize. The quartet seems to have something to do with rock and r…