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If you come to John Scofield’s latest tribute release That’s What I Say wanting mainly open ended, jazz-blowing versions of famous Ray Charles tunes, you’ll lik…
Kurt Rosenwinkel’s new recording Deep Song is a mixture of joy and mystery. Also, the joy in mystery. Complexity is regularly laid next to simplicity to highl…
Big Joe Duskin’s new record "Big Joe Jumps Again!" lets the good times roll. For his first studio recording in 16 years, he’s assembled something of a ‘Cincinnati All-Stars…
Supporting Theory is the debut recording from the west coast jazz sextet (3 horns plus rhythm section) who’ve dubbed themselves "Blowout". These proficient, young ja…
The Dave Kain Group’s 1st recording, Citizen Tain, is a thoroughly enjoyable listen and is particularly well-conceived for a young artists’ debut. The tunes (all written by…
Fred Scott has put together his Unknown Soul recording almost entirely on his own. With the exception of John Harrington playing bass on one track, Scott plays all the inst…
Eclecticism seems to be the M.O. of the Michael Ross Quartet’s latest release titled "Year of the Dog". The recording is made up of all original pieces written by either ba…
There’s an early period of musical development for most jazz and rock players where things start to come together. They start making sense. You’re not making great (or even…
The list of jazz vibraphonists that are household names (in jazz households, that is) is not very long. Not as long as, say, that same list made up of tenor saxophonists. L…
The list of jazz vibraphonists that are household names (in jazz households, that is) is not very long. Not as long as, say, that same list made up of tenor saxophonists. L…
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