Lorelei Clarke

Lorelei Clarke

When the first notes of Prospice hit, you know these guys have something to say, and they’re gonna sing it loud and proud. The Wings of Fire Orchestra’s second release, …
When I heard the opening notes of Laughter’s Necklace of Tears, I was reminded at first of Stravinsky and the Rite of Spring. The mixture of bowed viola and pluck…
Pianist Claude Marc Bourget put his musical career on pause for a few years to become a published writer back in the 1980s. He returns to the music scene with this solo…
This recording was the dying wish of drummer, pianist, and composer Lawrence Williams, a close friend of Michele Ramo and Marcus Belgrave. With this higher purpose in mi…
This, as far as I know, is the common formula for making music: you take several distinct sounds and intertwine and mix and blend them until you have one definitive over…
The San Francisco Jazz Organization, or SFJAZZ, was founded to utilize the creativity of the Bay Area to encourage the development and appreciation of jazz. To do this t…
So many of us end up in careers we never intended to pursue. I think we can all say that it’s a good thing Russ Spiegel decided to break off his graduate studies in phil…
In Your Own Time is all about the groove. You can hear it in every track, in how everyone just settles down and plays in the pocket. There’s not a lot of showy, t…
Jan Eisen has been a performing vocalist for many years, yet this album is unique for her in that it was recorded, as she terms it, the "old fashion way," with all four …
While Phil Kelly’s Seattle-based band The Northwest Prevailing Wind is still doing well, during a trip to LA, he decided to get together some A-list musicians to …
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