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Today we take you to Brazil where the guitarist Mario Adnet recorded his instrumental tribute CD to the late Brazilian composer Antonio Carlos Jobim. Jobim (sometimes re…
It is difficult for me to determine in what section Carter & Bodlovich’s second release, "The Shadow Out of Time", belongs in a CD store.I was thinking Gypsy fusi…
"Standards" are the life blood of jazz vocalists. The great catalog of songs that are recognized after one stanza gives jazz stylists a seemingly bottomless vat of mater…
I honestly never thought that I would ever hear a CD (in this case an EP-CD) with both "Autumn Leaves" and Leonard Cohen’s "I’m Your Man" as tracks, but Kate Stewart pro…
I have a genetic affinity for piano players. My dad was a piano player with his own big band back in the 1930s. In our house if Teddy Wilson was not a god, he was at lea…
The incredible range of the music produced in Brazil is always dominated by the unceasing Brazilian rhythms - whether it is a slow ballad or a dazzling Samba. Rhythm is …
Let’s start with a short quiz. Megetmeget is:a. The sound a Scandinavian Frog makesb. A Techno-Jazz duo from Norway and Denmarkc. All of the above
I have to admit that I approached Karen Marie Garret’s CD "It’s About the Rose" with some trepidation. I am not a greater lover of the New Age music genre. Also the pros…
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