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Dynamics are the key to The Bad Plus and their music. They are an "acoustic fusion" band which melds the energy of rock and roll to the instrumental prowess of jazz. Much l…
Brotherhood of Breath was a progressive jazz big band formed by South African expatriate Chris McGregor in the late 60’s and early 70’s. McGregor and some of his colleagues…
The Holmes Brothers keep on trucking with their mix of rhythm and blues, soul, blues and gospel. This is their second album for the Alligator label but their "genuine house…
Adam Rogers has been in demand as a sideman in a variety of contexts lately, which is one reason why this is only his second recording as a leader. He’s joined by Chris Pot…
Alto saxophonist Arthur Blythe has found a home at the Savant record label, putting out a disc a year for the last several years. Here he is joined by some of his long time…
Thelonious Moog consists of Steve Million and Joe "Guido" Welsh playing the compositions of Thelonious Monk on vintage synthesizers, backed by a few side men playing bass, …
This is Van the Man’s debut with the prestigious jazz label, but it’s really a continuation of the folk/soul that Morrison has been mining for the past several years. Fortu…
Rendezvous in New York is a two-disc set of Chick in different duo and ensemble formats in a string of concerts to celebrate his 60th birthday. The set starts on a bit of a…
Angelica Sanchez’s debut for OmniTone features her on piano, joined by her husband, Tony Malaby on tenor saxophone, bassist Michael Formanek, and drummer Tom Rainey. It’s a…
Greg Osby’s latest project is a reinterpretation of jazz standards by masters like Ellington and Monk and cover tunes by modern composers like Jack DeJohnette and Cassandra…
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