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It seems to me that a blurb from the conductor of the Nashville Symphony Pops orchestra is the wrong way to go when getting a recommendation for a funk/hipster/groove/loung…
Two thousand four is a year of many things, including Leap Year, a year of U.S. Presidential elections, The Year of the Monkey, and hopefully a year of worldwide economic r…
Swedish band, Oddjob, are not afraid to take chances. Koyo showcases the many talents of this up and coming group. With intricate compositions and stellar arrangemen…
Jeff Gibbs, a talented pianist, has an interesting claim to fame: two tracks from his album, "Reflections", were used for the soundtrack of Michael Moore's documentary, "Bo…
Michael Bluestein has played keyboards, recorded and toured with Grammy Award-winning artists Boz Scaggs and Shelby Lynne, journey drummer Steve Smith, 4 Non Blondes co-fou…
It seems a bit odd to write about Ottmar Liebert’s Euphoria’s Nouveaumatic on a website called JazzReview.com; there is simply no way to write about this with…
What does Loss "sound" like? There are pieces of music that distill bereavement, where you can feel it long after the music’s over -- such as Samuel Barber’s "Adagio…
Clint Eastwood has long claimed that had his acting, directing and producing careers not been successful, he would have chosen to be a musician. Over the last 30 years, the…
At best, "Sax Across America" is the type of music you’d hear when you are trying to talk to a warm body at your bank which recently has been swallowed up by a larger bank …
The idea is very simple. Provide a CD of songs that helps people who have been at a high level of stress throughout the day to unwind and be able to talk to each other away…