Veronica Timpanelli

Veronica Timpanelli

Avi Rothbard, originally from Israel, has been making his way through the New York jazz scene for the past few years and this is his second release with Midlantic Record…
Harold Arlen is one of the most widely recognized composers from the 20th century; and this collection of 12 of his best known songs, beautifully arranged by Bob Ojeda, …
This seven-piece group proves versatile as well as tight. Under the direction of Terrell Stafford, they manage to create a large sound, while still maintaining the intim…
A hungry ghost’s cravings can never be satisfied and only the desire for truth can set one free from this existence. In much the same way that the Buddha enticed the hun…
Suzanne Ciani takes listeners on an exhilarating voyage on Silver Ship, her first release of original work in six years. Ciani is a five-time Grammy nominee and w…
Vidar Johansen and Lonely Woman are a jazz quintet from Norway with an impressive resume. Having played with artists as stylistically diverse as Van Morrison, Roscoe Mit…
Sara Caswell proves she is as versatile as she is gifted as a violinist and composer. She radiates elegance (as on the title track) waxes thoughtful ("Black Is the Color…
Michael Lampert’s case for the electric mandolin taking a prominent place in progressive jazz music is solid. The sound of his instrument can be compared to a high-pitch…
At first listen, Joe Finn’s guitar playing is sweet and charming. It is smooth and fluid, not complicated, heady or stylized. Nice, yes, but listen more closely and what…
Who says Canadians can’t sing the blues? Brian Blain, born in rural Quebec and active in the music scene for forty years, possesses a "northern" style that gives him a c…
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