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His career winds from the 1940s to ‘01 and his music never stood still, Jimmy Giuffre remains one of the most interesting and underrated jazz musician/composers around. The…
Wilson follows up his initial release Northern Seascape with a blend of downtempo numbers on Cape of Good Hope. He gets help from such smooth jazz giants as Richard Elliot,…
Hamburg: Port of Call purports to be an "interdisciplinary project" that blends Hamburg jazz music with waterfront paintings of this seaside city. Paintings by Patrick Hask…
Watching Ken Burns' PBS doc JAZZ, you'd be forgiven for getting the impression that jazz is a done deal and that the "fracturing" of the music in the sixties was responsibl…
This CD, E.S.T. (Esbjorn Stensson Trio) is very impressive. It has style, simplicity, and communication. It says something and I love music that speaks to you. Especially a…
If you're looking for music of the mind, this is it. It's obvious that the listener must search for deeper meaning here. There are moments that are built like classical mus…
David Lyndon Huff takes many moods and flavors and sews them together to form a musical kaleidoscope. The tracks progress in haunting continuum as if holding deep sublimina…
The Jazz Review is dedicated to promoting the very best in Classic, Contemporary and Acid Jazz. However, there is a new realm of music that is taking off around the country…
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