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This group known as Mike Freeman and ZonaVibe is a remarkable tour de force as a jazz group, and with Mike Freeman's leadership and compositions places them in a unique …
It is difficult for me to determine in what section Carter & Bodlovich’s second release, "The Shadow Out of Time", belongs in a CD store.I was thinking Gypsy fusi…
Urban Morphology, the debut CD from Copenhagen based musician Sufiano, has a 70’s pop jazz vibe with touches of Brazilian sensuality and New York soul. Sufiano is…
Poncho Sanchez is an uncompromising artist who has always blurred the lines of imposed musical categorization. The legendary conguero readily admits to the lasting impre…
The Netherlands is definitely a nest of new things. The Dutch have a creative ability in the jazz scene, bringing about their fine music. Despite the band’s name, Panchi…
The Cat Empire shows that Cuban-jazz has infiltrated the shores of Australia where the sextet hail from, and capable of the same level of proficiency to create aural mer…
Dedication and The Reckless Search for Beauty are the two CDs, which would be released by noted trombonist Wayne Wallace. Scheduled to hit the stores …
The first instrument heard on Azul Oscuro is Steve Hashimoto’s expressive bass introduction, as if it were a guitar and he were leading into a flamenco composition. …
In his debut album, L.A. guitarist Chris Mello makes use of all his childhood musical influences, from Pat Methany to Brazilian singer Luciana Souza to John Coltrane. In…
Alain Perez learned about his Cuban musical heritage the same way most other boys of his generation did ,by listening to his grandfather sing tonadas and gu…