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Nathan Holaway

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Frank Gambale has a tremendous effort with this album. By his side is the astounding Billy Cobham on drums, and two very admirable bassists: Ric Fierabracci and Steve Bi…
Reptet is an amazing quartet that has a most promising future. The entire quartet writes and performs their own tunes, which is quite a noble feat in this day and age. T…
The John Davison Trio is a british trio with an interesting format. This trio is a sax, guitar, bass trio in the gypsy jazz style. And strangely enough, it's led by the …
Kelly Lancaster is a musician who takes in inspiration from many different places. Some of his inspirational figures that he cites are: Emily Remler, Django Reinhardt, D…
Although the line-up may appear to be a typical piano trio, let there be warning that it is not. Lars-Erik Norrstrom is quite a different musician with many different in…
Argentinean percussionist Luis Garay is quite a musician. Having only resided in the United States since 1992, he has some major accomplishments under his belt. He has p…
Willie Rodriguez has got it goin' on! This disc is just a great and groovin' jazz disc. With loads of Latin flavor, this one is a winner! In company with Rodriguez is multi…
Joe Lovano has struck gold again! With only seven cuts on this album, he takes the listener on a joyride through the burnin' tempo of the very first track, At the Van…
Every once in a while, you come across a disc that just leaves you breathless. The mood is eccentric, but pulls you in. A disc that you actually find yourself saying that y…
Concord Records strikes again! If the executives for Concord Records were to look to a magic 8-ball for future predictions about the upcoming year, it would read "outlook i…
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