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Now in his 76th year, saxophonist Lee Konitz just keeps getting better and better. Far from resting on his considerable laurels, he continues to explore and examine, mining…
For over a decade Joey DeFrancesco has reigned undisputed as the king of the new generation of B3 Organ players. The unexpected emergence of Tony Monaco in the past three y…
The acoustic guitar is a rather reclusive instrument in jazz. It has been, historically speaking, relegated to time-keeping functions as a part of the rhythm section in the…
As it states in the liner notes, this album was recorded live to 2 track dat...no overdubs...no fixes. (This is the music of my formative years and it is simply magic).W…
As the title would seem to suggest, Mo'Fone has created a very upbeat summertime compact disc. Comprised from what would seem to be a Donald Fagan dream, Mo'Fone is lead by…
I’d taken a friend of mine to see the Lee Konitz Trio at NYC Iridium club a year or so ago - she’s not a jazz fan per se but is an open-minded sort. When I asked afterwards…
Kent Cohea and Alan Steger are a duo made for each other. Cohea's Tenor Saxophone at times has a Getz like feel but his ideas certainly run on differently, giving him an id…
Slightly Askew has been a long time coming but is well worth the wait. Chris Bowden's music has matured and now travels beyond the earlier musical territorial constraints o…
Albums "paying tribute" can be tricky propositions - sometimes it’s a calculated (though not "evil") move, to sell more units of the album by covering the tunes/composition…
Detroiter Larry Nozero and a stellar group of locally lauded musicians offer one of the most exciting discs of the past year in this outstanding tribute to Eddie Russ. This…