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TP & Company is a memorable jazz excursion for all listeners interested in an enjoyable collection of jazz songs. The playing is remarkably smooth and harmonic,…
Assertive, masculine saxophone/drum interactions coexist alongside pleasant, feminine electric keyboard accompaniment, and acoustic bass and brushes meet backbeats on
On his new album Core 3.0, Fred Fried take full advantage, harmonically and melodically of his new custom 8-string guitar. This guitar has a low A string below the low E an…
A remarkable quartet co-lead by guitarist Dave Stryker and saxophonist/flautist Steve Slagle produces a Keeper worth listening to. The 10-track compilation is t…
In Hi-Fi Stereo is an outstanding salure to the ongoing creative genius of Mindi Abair as a saxophone performer. Her performances are flawless, and the musician…
Mindi Abair fans, mark your calendars. Your favorite sax player is about to drop her latest CD set called "In Hi-Fi Stereo" on May 18th. The CD gives listeners a treat a…
The words coming out of the press offices regarding pianist, composer and film scorer David Benoit’s several last releases have all read the same.They have consistently tru…
Pathways features the Dave Holland Octet, and it in an interesting, creative collecion of songs. Holland has composed most of the music. As a group, they have a…
Invisible is an excellent example of contemporary jazz interlaced with Brazilian, Latin, and World Music influences. It is a breath of fresh air with its innova…
The John Funkhouser Trio is relatively new on the contemporary jazz scene, and makes a lovely debut with their new CD release, Time. This fine collection featur…
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