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Howard Leshaw's Essential "Rebirth" of the CoolShadow Song contains inspired jazz, through and through. Each crack composition is an integral part o…
This two disc set from Shout! Factory, like their set on Chet Baker’s mentor Dizzy Gillespie, is simply spectacular. Chet Baker, following in the footsteps of Louis Arms…
After a six-year hiatus, since his last album, Peculiar Situation, Earl Klugh makes a triumphant return with a new release, Naked Guitar, featuring the…
With a musical spectrum that could be fantastic, I feel simplicity is still the best criteria for jazz music. In today's market of sounds, and the way jazz creates these so…
After his various run-in’s in the 1960’s with the law, with drug dealers, with thugs who knocked his teeth out, with hospital personnel who mended his body Chet Baker someh…
This is the album Hiroshima took 25 years to make.Okay, that's not exactly true. Obon didn't take the band over two decades to create. It did take over t…
The fourth song on this disc is called ‘Atomic Café’ and well that is what it is, an atomic café. Hiroshima over the past 25 years have put together album and after albu…
The man with the horn: it's not merely a famous jazz standard, but the public face of the music itself. When one thinks of musicians who have influenced not only the sound …
Duets, trios, quartets, and even quintets are all nomenclatures of jazz music. Another name for this would be called bands or banding groups of people. Try to experiment…
Tonight 2/12/05, I had the pleasure, once again, of seeing Gerald Albright and his band perform "LIVE" at the LOVE94 radio station Love & Jazz Valentine's concert at C.B. S…