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Edward Kane

Edward Kane

Mike Tucker's Collage is diverse set of jazz, ranging from Blue Note style hard-bop to keyboard driven fusion recalling Joe Zawinul and Chick Corea's 1970's ens…
Pablo Mayor is a pianist and Colombian native living in New York; his Folklore Urbano is a large band which purveys an invigorating mix of Colombian music and hot jazz i…
Jimi Hendrix live at Woodstock. Where to even begin? Maybe with the word Iconic; one would be hard pressed to name another moment in the last fifty years of American…
Four years on, we are just now beginning to see some artistic responses to the events of 9/11. One recent effort in this direction is September Suite, a meditation o…
The San Francisco ChamberJazz Quartet, led by pianist Gini Wilson and featuring Steve Heckman on saxophones, bassist Pat Klobas and Ron Marabuto on drums, purveys a decorou…
Live at Yoshi's, recorded in late 2001 at the famed Oakland jazz club, is one of two very different recently released quartet dates featuring Bay Area saxophonist St…
All That I Am is the latest all-star effort from Santana. As on the Supernatural and Shaman albums, Carlos Santana & Co. somehow manage to take a dispa…
Blue Yonder is one of the most wildly exploratory piano trio dates I've heard in a long time. Steve Lantner's probing style recalls nothing so much as the v…
Nullius in Verba is a thought-provoking guitar trio date from bassist Nicholas D'Amato's Royal Society. The Society's geodesic improvisations draw from several diffe…
Fire in the Soul is a very nice trio date from pianist Bob Ravenscroft. This is a live album with a somewhat unusual provenance. The recordings document per…