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Kurt Elling sings the music of John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman for his latest release, Dedicated To You, performed live at Lincoln Center in New York City for the conce…
This 3-CD collection of the greatness that was saxophonist Art Pepper is sure to become a favorite among his fans and those who treasure great jazz performances. The thr…
Covering classics with her mellifluous voice, Anne Walsh shows her love of music, conveying feelings of love, joy, pain, heartbreak and blessing while honoring composers of…
Two of my favorite, or should I say, desert island discs as a teenager, are Gary Burton’s 1976 ECM Records outing Dreams So Real and the 1977 release Passengers
Pianist Rick Germanson steps out with his third hit, Off The Cuff, after several years as sideman to many jazz elites. Bringing with him bassist, Gerald Cannon and…
Leading a band to the realization of one's ideas is its own challenge. Having side players versed in leading themselves can only add to the process. Seattle-born, New Yo…
This is a solid, straight-ahead session with a mix of younger and older players. Jimmy Cobb, over 50 years ago a member of the most successful Miles Davis group ever, is…
At first glance, trumpeter Dominick Farinacci seems to have sprung fully formed onto the jazz scene, but that's only if you don't live in Japan. His U.S. debut, Love…
Swingin'! The second album from pianist Markley (get it? Second Intro?) has a playful forward propulsion that is impossible to deny. Go ahead. Try it. Did you succee…
In 2003, guitarist Ilya Lushtak founded Lineage Records in order to record surviving jazz masters as an inspiration for younger players. Lineage's first studio date feature…
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