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To this day there are very few artists in the R&B industry that touch the soul of social issues and global problems as Marvin Gaye did in the early 70's. Marvin Gaye was mo…
If you may be wondering what to do after your New Year's party this year, I have the answer for you. Run, and I do mean run, to the store and get this new release by Turnip…
The world-renowned composer, bandleader, and musician Vinny Golia is one of the most versatile in the music business playing twenty different woodwinds, plus various ethnic…
The Jazz Review loves to discover fresh new non-commercialized jazz artists and share them with "you" the jazz audience of the world. We recently discovered a guitarist tha…
Many great Jazz artists and groups have flourished with the popularity of Contemporary Jazz music today. Many musicians come together with one idea in mind, "selling albums…
Steady-cool, dynamic, and quite jazzy is how one would describe this new release by drummer extraordinare John Favicchia. Jazziz Magazine voted "World Time" as a Top 10 for…
The Jazz Review is constantly stretching its views of jazz music to give our audience a global picture of jazz today. We feel that jazz is a common language spoken all arou…
The François Carrier Trio gives us deep devotional heart-felt musical expression in their latest release, "Intuition". This Québec City-based jazz trio is comprised of Fran…
On Chris Camozzi's new release entitled Suede, the title says it all. This CD is Smooooooth like suede, with a capital "S". Chris, along with some of cjazz's most talented …
Have you ever been to good ole' New Orleans, right down in the heart of the best live jazz or rhythm & blues you're ever going to hear? Well if not, let me describe the sce…