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Warren Miller

Warren Miller

This trio performs music that is hard to describe and understand. Perhaps that's because they play a kind of music they call "arhythmia", which is unfamiliar to me. The ban…
With this recording, Mark, Nick, and Stanley reveal an aesthetic and methodology informed by the music of the 60's that later supplanted "jazz". The trio looks to John Colt…
The Thirsty Ear label continues to release music that is both fresh and imaginative. Scrapbook by bassist William Parker is another fine example of what happens when a trio…
This outing from these four gentlemen could have benefited from a group name. Something as simple as the Unit would have worked. The group performs like one tight unit. The…
Winsberg, a name new to me is a flamenco guitarist. Flamenco is the ancient music/dance complex of Spain. This disc is steeped in that tradition, but offers the listener so…
I know this is not a new CD. But I just picked it up recently. Been listening to it constantly ever since. The truth is I'm a big Tim Hagans fan. I think he's one of the ho…
This cd is loaded with wonderful music. There are only six tracks. But they average around 8 minutes. Some of these songs defy the term jazz. But most music these days defy…
The year was 1957. Monk and Trane got together for a couple nights at the Five Spot. This music is timeless. By now, any serious jazz fan knows this music by heart. But aft…