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Have you ever been to good ole' New Orleans, right down in the heart of the best live jazz or rhythm & blues you're ever going to hear? Well if not, let me describe the sce…
Originality on the tenor sax is about as prevalent in today's jazz jazz world as an honest politician, with that said, I would like to mention an artist and release that I …
In her impressive debut, young Tierney strikes gold. Her lyrical grace and musicality are arresting. A singing (and swinging) performance such as Tierney’s is more rewardin…
The best tribute to a jazz master is not slavish imitation but recognizing his spirit. That's what the "Allstars" deliver in this hard-driving live recording from a Hamburg…
For those who savor and enjoy the work of the great American composer, George Gershwin, this is one CD that should be in their library! In fact, from a historical jazz pers…
Arbors Records has put out a great recording by one of the most brilliant upright bass players, Bob Haggart. In this CD Haggart is accompanied by John Bunch on piano, and B…
My cousin got a chance to see Kenny Garrett live some years back and the comment that he made was, "Man! He really knows his Coltrane!" This particular cousin is quite a ja…
The best of Bill Evans is a wonderful collection of classic recordings by Evans on Riverside Records. Great guest artists accompany Evans in these classic recordings. T…
This CD runs 76:13 minutes and contains two classic records complete on the CD. The first is titled, "Magician," and the second is titled, "Gershwin and Kern." With Erroll …
An interesting CD that gives two approaches to George Gershwin. First, "Rhapsody in Blue" and "An American In Paris" are performed by pianist Jesus Sanroma, featuring the P…