Paul J. Youngman

Paul J. Youngman

Adam Shulman’s second record as a leader Patterns Of Change features eight original compositions. He is joined by his band mates from his debut album - Jon Arkin on …
In Between Moods is the debut CD release by pianist Tony Foster, a trio recording in the style of the classic Oscar Peterson trio’s. The band includes bassist Russel…
Delmark Records a classic label out of Chicago, known for its great jazz and blues artist’s since 1953 has reissued some hard to get cd’s. I had the pleasure of discovering…
Dave Douglas’s first studio album in 3 years Spirit Moves released on his own Greenleaf Music label has him teamed up with a brass section of some renown. The quarte…
Telephone Game by singer, songwriter and guitarist Kate Schutt is a quality recording and a good listening experience. The music crosses over into many different sty…
Push, the Matt Newton debut recording as a leader, not only highlights his accomplished piano playing, but also his skill as a composer. The record is made up of eig…
Daniel Ori’s debut CD as a leader is wonderful. A straight ahead contemporary jazz album that blends world influences into plenty of jazz stories. So It Goes takes t…
Jesse Elder has a new CD, The Winding Shelland it is long past due. His debut recording Jesse Elder Quintet - Leaf Lines (Independent 2005) showcased a talent…
In A Dream is the first release for Gretchen Parlato on the Obliq label. Ms. Parlato has a previous independent CD released in 2005. Since that time she has honed he…
Upto Here From Here is a new CD release from Ayelet Rose Gottlieb. It’s her third album since her debut CD Internal External which was rated best of 2004 by A…