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A native of the Ann Arbor, Michigan area, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Paul VornHagen has been active for many years on both the East and West Coasts. Honored by the …
Multi stylist guitarist Antonio Forcione showcases his extraordinary talents on this interesting recording. He is a master when it comes to exploring the various nuances an…
The duo of Gilbert Isbin (Guitar) and Geert Verbeke (various percussion) bring to the listener an adventurous exploration into the various possibilities between these two i…
It's hard to find the right words to describe this very special recording. I guess poignant, simple, lyrical and all so musical would be an appropriate description. This du…
The possibilities of the vibe are all too often neglected or overlooked. In proper hands it is a powerful and beautiful instrument; however, when we hear it in music today …
Raised in Huntsville, Alabama, brothers Ken and Harry Watters grew up playing music together. After attending college at North Texas State University they went their separa…
It sounds silly at first: "Get this - everyone in the band is a Jones!" You laugh, but not long -- this is some serious jam. The rhythm lays an easy groove; the horns (some…
This is a somewhat unusual compilation on a 2 CD set and will be advertised shortly on TV. Thirty three tracks occupy the set and run the gamut from Glen Miller to Dinah Wa…
The cover offers a hint: a silhouette of Bobby Timmons in all colors, but just a pinch of blue. No one can explain it, but the music Timmons wrote has always been more famo…
We really don't have many living jazz legends walking around these days, but fortunately we're lucky enough to still have Horace Silver going strong (just check out his new…