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Whether Myra Melford's true talents favor her composition skills or her performance skills is inconsequential to what amounts to a fine album. "Where the two worlds touch" …
Well, what can I say? Obviously, this is not an album that I'd listen to in my car on the way to work or anything. But...as "The Jazz Wedding Album", I have to say this col…
Seeing that this was a new release from Brandford Marsalis' label, I knew that Miguel Zenon's CD, "Ceremonial", was going to be different. I wasn't disappointed...and I was…
Okay. I demand to know why the producers of the remake of the movie "Shaft" did not use Eleven Eyes to do the majority of their soundtrack. This album is so funky that othe…
Jeff Gibbs, a talented pianist, has an interesting claim to fame: two tracks from his album, "Reflections", were used for the soundtrack of Michael Moore's documentary, "Bo…
I'd never heard of Gorka Benitez. I'm not sure many people have. Perhaps his name is well known in insider jazz circles. After listening to this CD, "The Free Session", I w…
As a clever play on the title of Chet Baker's "Chet Baker Sings", Jeff Baker's (no relation, as far as my research shows) new CD, "Baker Sings Chet" is a smooth and delight…
Rick Latham warns the listener on the inside jewel case of his latest CD: "emissions warning: this product contains dangerously high levels of funkengruv." I'm not sure his…