John Doll

John Doll

In this self-produced first recording, the Josh Irving Quartet performs a series of pieces that should help in their process of shopping their music to record labels. The Q…
The music on the initial cut entitled ‘Jazz-Menu 1’ begins ominously as if the fog is slowly rolling in and one is trying to find their bearings in the mist of uncertainty.…
Dan Kozar’s "I Remember You" is a pleasant way to spend an evening. His finger-style guitar playing is functional without any frills. The album features a whole laundry lis…
Who can argue the wonders of a seventeen piece big band swinging to the music of mostly Frank Foster? There is exuberance, polish, style and charm to this music. As Frank F…
Kurt Crandall tries hard. Tries hard with various flavors of the blues Chicago Blues, West Coast Swing, and Kansas City Jump. Playing the Blues is deceptively simple, but i…
Jon Bentley’s new album entitled "Motions" reflects starkly different moods and tales. It’s a brilliant creation composed of separate stories without plots. The music is so…
Matt Lawson’s "Midnight in Merizo" is a wonderfully, straight-ahead jazz album without any pretenses or posturing. This album reflects Lawson’s own sensibility. He was rais…
It could be me. You take a handful of skilled musicians and you’d expect fine music. There is no doubt the musicianship of these players. When you hear music you expect to …
New York Electric Piano (NYEP) is a minimalist trio that relies on the emphatic beat of its rhythm section of Tim Givens and Aaron Comess and the venerable Fender Rhodes pl…
First impressions can be deceiving. The cover photography is hardly compelling. What is the Sofferman Perspective anyway? But who could argue with and not be intrigued by t…