Jeff Winbush

Jeff Winbush

Settle back in a comfortable chair, turn the lights down low and chill with a good drink and some cool jazz. Canadian pianist/composer Steve Amirault's Breath s…
This is the kind of music designed to make you tap your feet and features some hot playing by McBride and his ace band, the Texas Rhythm Kings. McBride clearly is…
After a six-year hiatus, since his last album, Peculiar Situation, Earl Klugh makes a triumphant return with a new release, Naked Guitar, featuring the…
This is the album Hiroshima took 25 years to make.Okay, that's not exactly true. Obon didn't take the band over two decades to create. It did take over t…
Through various record lables and changes in personnel one thing about Pieces of A Dream has remain constant: They're still as bland now as they were almost 25 years ago.
A few months ago my wife and I saw The Manhattan Transfer in concert and though they sounded great, the performance had a "by-the-numbers" feel of dispassionate professiona…
I have one rule when it comes to smooth jazz. Don't bore me. Jazz can be exciting, inspired and improvised. What it should never be is trite or tedious. I'm pleased …
My favorite memory of Al Jarreau comes back in the day when I saw him at a small campus nightclub named Bogart's. It was one of those places where you were up close and per…
If I were handling the marketing for Hil St. Soul's Copasetik & Cool , I'd drop the price to about $5 bucks and tell everyone that bought Janet Jackson's new CD they…
Whenever I'm on a road trip I like to play rock n' roll and play it LOUD. Now I know I can't sing but when you're driving down the Pennsylvania Turnpike at 65 mph, I…
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