Paul Oberlin

Paul Oberlin

Paul Carlon has been a part of the New York and Latin jazz for over fifteen years. He completed a Master’s in music composition at The City College of New York, and now …
Prestige has recently reissued a spate of 1950s classics remastered by legendary producer Rudy Van Gelder. It’s incredible to imagine RVG recording this date almost 50 y…
Borrowing a page from the Blue Note marketing folks, select albums from the Prestige vaults will be remastered by legendary producer Rudy Van Gelder. A question many rea…
Saxophonist Marshall Royal was widely regarded as a section player in the Count Basie band, with a sound influenced by Benny Carter or Johnny Hodges. Gordon Jenkins, arr…
Baritone saxophone player Charles Evans is a new artist on the scene and a welcome discovery. Ballads, recorded in March of 2004, is the first release in Evans’ d…
Jazzreview.com readers who live outside of the Chicago area will probably be unfamiliar with Jo Ann Daugherty and her music. Raised as a Midwestern farm girl, she attend…
This is Liam Sillery's debut album, a tribute to his mentors who include Red Rodney and Joe Henderson. Sillery plays trumpet and flugelhorn and has been active in New Yo…
Andreas Baer hails from Switzerland, where he studied classical piano before he became interested in jazz. Baer cites Oscar Peterson and Monty Alexander as primary influ…