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Solade is a vocalist, a writer and a trumpet player. Honing her sounds in the ‘big city’ of New York, this Panama born earned her Bachelor of Arts in trumpet performance…
There are many jazz albums on the market that practically scream "All-Star Session! Everyone playing on this album is a big shot in his/her own right! Buy it!" Of…
I like the track Confessions Of A Liar. Guitarist Doug Munro and trumpeter Ray Vega bring this bossa nova track and album up to par to what is out there today and wi…
The great thing about musicians, is that they can come from all walks of life andevery part of the world and still make the same kind of language. The languageof jazz. The …
This quintet has a nice tight grouping with fine musicians throughout. No fuss or clutter here, just the meat and potatoes of a solid jazz group with a refined sound."Re…
With a tone reminiscent of the Paul Desmond school of cool jazz, Allison Neale gets right to the heart of the music with no useless fuss or clutter. Neale's alto tone is li…
I tend to greet "Best of" albums with skepticism. So many are cheap attempts to resell the same old tracks in a different package. And it’s such a subjective undertaking an…
One of the more outwardly troubled jazz musicians, his life a continuing saga of inspiration and addiction, Chet Baker continued to fascinate his listeners from his early f…
Lester Koenig’s Contemporary Records was the leading West Coast jazz label at its most prolific period in the 1950s and 1960s. This delightful 4 CD box captures the magic o…
Doc Powell and his all-star cast of guest musicians gets you into the groove right away on his new album, Cool Like That, and he never lets up.The album opens with <…