Richard Bourcier

Richard Bourcier

JC & The Jazz Hoppers are new to the American jazz market. Australian jazz guitarist, Jason Campbell, formed the trio a few years ago with organist Col Nolan …
The publicity sheet packaged with my review copy of this CD refers to bassist Earl May as a "musician’s musician." That’s no exaggeration! Earl May made his first recording…
Ruby Braff left us in 2003 but won’t soon be forgotten. The mere mention of Braff makes jazz enthusiasts remember "impeccable musicianship." The Boston-born cornetist pl…
Here’s a two-CD set to tempt lovers of stride piano. Probably the last of the vintage stride players, Ralph Sutton, is presented in solo performance in 1992. The setting is…
In his third release, the Argentine guitarist, Pablo Satek, continues with his trademark ballad style. The young player exhibits a unique approach to solo guitar and his la…
Ida Cox (1896-1967) walked into the Paramount studios in Chicago during the summer of 1924. During the session the legendary blues artist waxed four takes of her own compos…
Here’s another release of material gathered from Las Vegas hotel broadcasts during the 1960s. The sessions went out live from various hotels via Mike Gold’s KLUC radio stat…
Linda Hopkins released her first album in 25 years on her 82nd birthday in mid-December, 2006. She’s a very gutsy gal and still puts whitecaps on the beer when she shouts t…
How’s this for openers: The greatest jazz trumpeter in the world and his all-star band are in town! The concert is sold out. A very happy event is at hand. The king will…
This unlikely CD arrived this week as part of the Request Records Jazz From Club15 series. While the Lombardo band was arguably one of the most successful of the big…
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