Brian S. Lunde

Brian S. Lunde

To gain an understanding of the density of Claire Ritter's musical persona, consider the following influences that make their way into her work for Waltzing The Sple…
Tenor saxophonist Jane Fair demonstrates why she is a much-beloved fixture of the Canadian jazz scene with the release of Chances Are. Recorded live at The Cellar…
The Jon Hemmersam/Dom Minasi Quartet opens immediately with a statement about its jazz style: the tune "Sprint" announces that the musician's intentions are to …
Marty Ehrlich and Myra Melford have been collaborating since 2000, and Spark! is evidence of the supernatural musical bond the two have built with each other. You …
Greg Chako is one of those musicians who has been inexorably pulled into a professional jazz career despite numerous obstacles in his personal life as well as his own at…
The interpretation of classic Christmas tunes by jazz artists is a time-honored tradition that has resulted in many wonderful records and compilations over the years, fr…
Scott Marshall is a present and future master: he already has his Master's Degree in jazz studies (University of North Texas), and he is emerging as a masterful jazz com…
Mike Taylor was a British pianist-composer who died as a young man in 1969; in June 1973 Mike Taylor Remembered was recorded in London as a tribute album by a col…
Brooklyn-born, Manhattan-based Joan Stiles is an iconic New York jazz musician. Hurly-Burly features several of Stiles' strengths: bop-style piano, arranging, and…
Guthrie P. Ramsey Jr. (a.k.a. "Dr. Guy") is associate professor of music history at the University of Pennsylvania, with an impressive academic track record in ethnomusicol…
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