Chuck Vecoli

Chuck Vecoli

The combination of saxophonist Harry Allen, an accomplished international musician and the trio of Lubambo, Matta, and Da Fonseca, an internationally known trio from Brazil…
Bruce Hornsby has assembled a trio of significant merit for his first jazz effort. The rhythm section consists of bassist Christian McBride and drummer Jack Dejohnette. …
This is Daniel Bruce's first release of his work. The compositions of Bruce and bassist/composer Aidan Plank (Whisper) are well executed by the ensemble th…
This disc was given to me by Larry himself after his concert at Sambucca Jazz Club in Atlanta, GA on May 22, 2007. The challenge is to review the disc on the merits of the …
Sean J. Kennedy and his Quartet (SJK4) have done it again! They have taken a mixture of the old and the new and through creative arrangements and just some down-right fi…
Brilliant! That is the first thing that came to my mind after listening through this CD the first time. I'll grant you, the material, compositions of Michel Petrucciani,…
Maetar, Live at Harvelle’s is unique for its time and place in music. Itai plays bass and percussion and sings some, Hagai Izraeli plays trumpet, flugelhorn…
Frøy Aagre has done it again, she has put together a blend of compositions that further demonstrates her skill and talent. But more than showcase her own gifts, they inc…
This self-produced disc by Seán Kennedy is an impressive collection of compositions that feature some solid players from the Philadelphia area. Kennedy composed all the son…
When one picks up a Jazz CD these days, there are many things that can happen, you can listen and say "that's cool, they do a good job covering those tunes" or you could sa…
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