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Talk about culture shock-Larry Vincent, a native of Venezuela left his native country to move to Tennessee to study jazz at the University of Tennessee. In didn't take long…
Cellist/bassist Buell Neidlinger was born in New York City in 1936. Originally starting out his music career as a cello soloist, Buell developed a keen interest in the jazz…
Released on F.I.E. records (musician's Peter Hammill's own label) Minor Crisis is comprised of 9 original cuts written by guitarist Doug Kinloch. Hammill, of FIE! Records h…
If you've been waiting for Wayne Shorter to finally come out with a live album-here it is.While some may choose to argue about Wayne Shorter's impact on jazz and whether…
Much of today's popular music is a direct descendent from the blues music that developed in the late nineteenth century. The blues artists of the 20's and 30's used everyda…
Prior to reviewing this CD- I knew nothing of Giovanni Tommaso, and I must say that within a couple of minutes into the first track I quickly became a big fan. The quintet …
As a "baby boomer" hanging around in the 70's one of my favorite rock and roll tunes was Bob Seger's "Gimme that Old time Rock and Roll" - After a couple of runs through
The title of this CD is "Place of Resonance" - subtitled "A state of being where one feels a connection to life and the universe." A quick look up (courtesy of "Dictionary.…
Acoustic Alchemy, started in the 80's by Nick Webb (who passed away in 1998) and Greg Carmichael, continues to evolve into new and different areas. While some avid fans of …
Born November 8th 1963 in Albany, Georgia, Malone began playing guitar at the age of four. Malone, has worked as a sideman for Jimmy Smith, backed Harry Connick, Jr. and sp…
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