Lyn Horton

Lyn Horton

Rod Stewart recorded his version of the American Songbook, Smokey Robinson has put down some "jazz standards" and now the Davis S. Ware Quartet thrust into the scene a r…
The application of intelligence apart from emotion sometimes is necessary. Structuring a CD intelligently requires consciousness of the whole unit rather mere production…
It will be music that saves us from spiritual destruction. Hopefully, our salvation will happen before a drastic demarcation of classes occurs.... a demarcation institut…
Magnificent rhythm can grab you every time. If the rhythm in this recording doesn’t penetrate your soul and you can’t hear the message, I would say that something is ser…
Sets of broken patterns become the source of this music. In listening to this music you need to steer away from pushing the round peg of what you hear into a square hole…
Cobalt blue is my favorite color. The color is penetrating, soft and stunning at the same time. The intensity of the color lets a little go a long way. Cobalt Blue
Seductive is the first word that comes to mind about the debut recording from the quartet, Shot X Shot. The resonance produced as a result of the church recording space …
Not long ago, I saw a documentary on the rehabilitation of a jazz club in Jackson, Mississippi called "Subway." In the film, the owner of the club interviewed musicians …
The unusual nature of Long Hidden: The Olmec Series arises from the way in which Parker participates in the music. Somehow his connection is paternal. It is as if…
Matthew Shipp’s One is nothing shy of an overt statement about belief in everything, spiritual, psychical, physical, mystical. The recording te…
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