Lorelei Clarke

Lorelei Clarke

If you like small ensembles with lots of interaction between all the members, this is a great Cd. Not only do all the players communicate well with each other to keep th…
After over a decade of working as a sideman in the Chicago jazz scene, Mitch Paliga releases Blithe Moments, his first solo release. While Paliga’s reputation as …
While Sting is usually regarded as a pop musician, his music does show a heavy helping of jazz influences in terms of harmonization and structure. In their third album, …
Jazz Fantasy is a contemporary bop group with a lot of different ideas. For example, this album is mostly composed of interpretations of songs from the singer Sting, wit…
Anke Helfrich’s dream was to make an album with Roy Hargrove as a special guest. That dream is realized in this album, recorded when the Roy Hargrove Quintet was on tour…
In the world of virtuoso guitarists, Michele Ramo and Mundell Lowe are probably near the top of the pile. Yet in this album of duets on jazz classics, there is no flag w…
From the first drumbeat to the last strum of a guitar string, this album rocks. It was recorded at the original Sun Studios, in the same room that once held stars such a…
From Seattle, Washington, Rik Wright’s group has become one of the premier contemporary jazz groups on the West coast. The group varies between a trio and sextet with in…
This is the latest release by the Western Jazz Quartet, which now is in residence at Western Michigan University’s School of Music. The group, which was originally found…
If you haven’t heard much jazz organ music, Moe Denham would be a good place to start. This CD, his fourth release, grooves with his distinctive, self-defined sound of "…
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