Donna Kimura

Donna Kimura

Guitarist and composer John Stein recorded Concerto Internacional de Jazz in a studio in Sao Paulo midway through a Brazilian tour in 2005. Stein’s sixth album is…
The cover of Norman Hedman’s new CD, Garden of Forbidden Fruit, features a bold, colorful illustration of a woman in a lush tropical setting, but there’s an unexpect…
Vocalist and percussionist Corina Bartra throws a little bit of everything she knows and likes in her latest effort, Bambu Sun. The bilingual affair features Afro-Pe…
Tom Lellis brings his many talents, moods, and interests to his latest release, Avenue of the Americas. The 11-track CD is a mix of original compositions, reworke…
On From the Heart, pianist and composer Hilario Duran showcases his new 20-piece Latin Jazz Big Band. The ten-song disc is a vibrant release that recalls the semi…
With a title like Two White Mothers, it’s hard to know what to expect. Social satire? Comedy? Rap? Folk? In this case, it is a release from jazz duo Liz Magnes and S…
Armed with an air of casual cool, Johnny Smith puts a new spin on a set of well-chosen jazz standards. First of all, the trio that appears on San Francisco Bay Jazz
Legendary vibraphonist Lionel Hampton worked with only a few woman singers during his long career. One of them was Sylvia Bennett. In 1987, they made one of Hampton’s final…
Pianist Brian Trainor didn’t get to see the release of Why Try To Change Me Now? He died July 8, 2006, two months before the album hit the streets. The CD stands as …
For her first release in four years, Natalie Cole turns to a group of contemporary songwriters for material. She smoothly covers an unexpected set of songs by Fiona Apple, …
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