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Steve Khan's Grammy nominated Borrowed Time is a bit of a jazz paradox. Despite several unconventional arrangements and long improvisations, Borrowed Time's a…
Those left a little let down when Sam Yahel’s organ wasn’t anywhere on Joshua Redman’s 2007 Back East, Truth and Beauty is your redemption. Fans should apprec…
Sam Sadigursky composed a jazz album around poetry. Get this: it's not a clichéd jazz and poetry crossover. Sadigursky focused on a piece of poetry for each song. "At this …
He's in Rolling Stone, you saw him on Letterman, you hear him in a Volkswagen ad... thanks to his work with Wilco, Nels Cline is everywhere. It's a far cry from the tiny gi…
Ausin-based The Chris Vestre Group delivers its second album with a regretfully apt title. Suburban Life. Suburban Life has 15 solid tunes and some excitin…
Return To Forever is more than a novelty act. It's four matured musicians together again after 25 years of development as instrumentalists, as bandleaders, as composers and as producers. It's not the original lineup, but instead the classic lineup that recorded three albums between 1974 and 1976.
Guitarist Al DiMeola was only 19 when he linked up with three musicians who were already legends. DiMeola's advancements since 1974 are remarkable and he unquestionably propels Return To Forever to