Brian S. Lunde

Brian S. Lunde

Pat Martino was born in 1944 in Philadelphia, and was playing professionally by the age of 15. He cut his jazz teeth playing in bands anchored by the organ, which was a …
This Rudy Van Gelder Remaster of Traneing In marks 50 years since John Coltrane made the original recording with Prestige Records. Van Gelder writes of this remaster…
Wayne Bergeron may be the most-heard trumpet player you’ve never heard of. He is a prolific lead trumpet player and soloist in the Los Angeles music scene and his trumpe…
This is a wonderful DVD full of great music and featuring the prodigious talents of Vic Juris and Corey Christiansen in an intimate setting of two guitars with bass and …
An aural workout of free jazz, with snippets of melodic lines enmeshed in chaotic, open improvisation by an eclectic nine-piece orchestra. The music is sometimes hauntin…
The epithets for Sonny Rollins defy improvement, e.g. "saxophone colossus" and "the greatest living musical improviser." He is an icon of the tenor saxophone, having pla…
This is a fantastic CD from Chie Imaizumi (pronunciation help: Chee-ay Ee-my-zoo-me), a bright rising star in the jazz composer heavens. A native of Japan, Imaizumi is a…
Gino Foti has self-produced two releases here that draw from a wide palette of his early musical influences: classical, Mediterranean folk, Italian opera, jazz fusion, a…
Perfect World opens with an ebullient welcome as we hear Felice Clemente’s slippery-smooth soprano statement of the melody on his own "African Sea," accompanied…
Katahdin's Edge takes its name from Mount Katahdin (ka TAH din) in the state of Maine, and the foot trail that runs along its top called The Knife's Edge. It is a perfect m…
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