Craig W. Hurst

Craig W. Hurst

With a background that includes a stint with the Count Basie Orchestra (directed by Frank Foster) and as a sideman with Clark Terry, Dave Glasser continues a tradition of B…
Upon examination of John Vance’s resume, it is apparent that he has an emerging and impressive corpus of work as an actor. Vance has appeared in numerous stage productions,…
Andrew Hill’s Passing Ships is evidence that there is a rich vein of musical ore in the master recording vaults at Blue Note Records. This CD is NOT a reissue, but r…
Ron Carter certainly has an undisputable and stellar reputation as being one of the most important bassists in modern jazz. In addition to his expertise as a sideman demons…
Just as the title Cool Breeze implies, this is a CD full of very breezy, easy on the ears music. There isn’t any youthful angst, bluesy brooding over a lost love or …
Concord Records’ release of Tal Farlow, Autumn Leaves is a two CD reissue representing Farlow’s work on the Concord recordings Tal Farlow ‘78 and The Legen…
Sudden Rooms in Different Buildings by the London based avant garde improvisatory ensemble The Remote Viewers, is a collection of music that transcends musical bound…
Verve//Unmixed 2 is a compilation of recordings "mined" from the vaults of previously recorded material used as "raw material" in the making of the Verve remix/recor…
It has been over 30 years since John McLaughlin released Birds of Fire with his Mahavishnu Orchestra. By crossing over into mainstream pop music charts, this recordi…
Although not a jazz album per se, Remembering Patsy Cline, a tribute album consisting of 12 of Cline’s greatest hits, does draw upon the talents of singers embraced …