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Susan Frances

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Crossroads, the new album from saxophonist Peter Sommer, is a sumptuous array of post-bop jazz that listeners will enjoy hearing in their car, favorite restaura…
From dissonant sounding imbroglios to funky New Orleans-vibed grooves and ragtime-blues jamborees, Mostly Other People Do The Killing provide audiences with entertaining…

Whether Jeff Coffin’s ensemble Mu’tet are washed away by the lithesome passing of Coffin’s breezy saxophone glides or latch onto grand-slam ragtime riverboat jamborees, …

The gentle voicing of Lizzy Parks highlights the orchestral tones of the swirling strings as a canopy of silky piano droplets canvass the songs on her latest CD Rais…
NuGroove Records has unleashed the new album Heat from smooth jazz designer Michael Lington. Lington’s saxophone playing is smoking with soft wafting fumes that e…
Bassist/composer Bruno Raberg has released a new double CD called Lifelines on his label Orbis Music. The album showcases an eclectic world of music carrying an a…
The Gerry Eastman Quintet lets listeners remember what classic jazz was like when the soft mood music of Count Basie and Archie Shepp dominated the jazz club’s dining ha…
From the moment you hear Annie Sellick sing the opening lines, "The way I see it, you just can’t win it" from Joni Mitchell’s song "Free Man In Paris," you feel like she…
Composer, reed and woodwind instrumentalist Rob Mosher takes awe-inspiring flights with his chamber music group Storytime in his compositions for their debut album Th…
Torchlight jazz has a very fine wag to its strolling gait when singer Roberta Donnay comes on board its trolley. From a bluesy soul temperament in "Put It Where You Want…