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Eminent sideman and solo artist, pianist James Weidman bridges modern mainstream with the outside schema on his fourth date as a leader. His support structure rings like…
From out of Denver, pianist Mark Sabatella delivers a fine collection of mainstream originals in Determination. Most are by himself; others by tenor sax man Keith Ox…
Leader Rob Thorsen, like most of his crew here, is a San Diegan. Compared to LA, there's not enough studio work in the city that calls itself America's finest to keep ja…
Full disclosure. I like this one. Guitarist Michael Higgins is a teacher and first-call musician in the Los Angeles area. His mates here are the equally capable and busy…
Associate Professor of Jazz Studies & Contemporary Media, and ECMS Collegiate Instructor in Jazz Double Bass and in Jazz Combo & Improvisation at the Eastman School of M…
Guitarist, composer and author of two books, a third is upcoming, William C. Banfield, is the professor of Africana Studies/Music and Society at the Berklee College of M…
All the virtues of the jazz duo are heard on Cerulean Blue. Here, we have pianist Laura Klein and vibraphonist Ted Wolfe together, creating an eminently listenable r…
Danish born, but now living in Sweden, tenor saxophonist Christian Herluf Pedersen did his collegiate studies at the Berklee College of Music - where he studied with Fra…
Bruce Swaim is another jazz artist who would be better known if he lived and performed in New York. An accomplished tenor saxophonist who has lived in the Washington D.C. a…
Seattle, Washington, now Los Angeles-based pianist and composer Greg Reitan, a graduate of the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California, release…