Lorelei Clarke

Lorelei Clarke

Joe Bonamassa can only be described as a prodigy. How else would you describe someone who performed with BB King at age 12 and John Lee Hooker at 14? Since then, Bonamas…
As a record label, Impulse has proven through the years that it does not favor one faction of jazz over any other. This compilation album shows that attitude beautifully…
Like most of Joe Lovano’s music, this album is very novel and very out. It consists of two suites, The Birth of the Cool Suite as the centerpiece and then the …
While Sugarcane Collins is not a well-known blues name in the US, the release of this album might change that. Hailing from Cairns, Queensland, Australia, this guitarist…
This album was recorded in a single, nearly hour-long session of almost consistent improvisation. Even without considering how mentally, physically and emotionally taxin…
Good Night Songs is a recording of this unusual trio’s performance at the end of their 2003 tour at the Unitarian Meeting House in Amherst, MA. The combination …
This album is a bit of an anomaly in that it is one of the few albums where a guitarist plays with one of the great jazz horn players. It also has the one recording of C…
"Saxophone Colossus" was recorded in a single day in 1956 in Rudy Van Gelder’s living room, which conveniently doubled as a studio. It has since become a veritable jazz …
This is Ben Adams' third CD release, and unlike his previous two albums that showed him to be a soloist and band leader, this CD highlights his skills as a composer. All…
This CD proves why trumpet players always somehow manage to have a girl on their arm. Bob Lark plays with some of the most lyrical and thoughtful lines seen in contempor…
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