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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…
Frank Glover is a clarinetist, composer and arranger based in the USA. He has re-released an album that was originally self released in 2005. The album, Politico has…
The debut recording by Gabriel Espinosa on the Zoho label From Yucatan To Rio was my choice for one of the best recordings of 2009. The album is comprised of ten com…
Try Something New is the current smooth contemporary jazz release on NuGroove Records from rising saxophone sensation Andrew Neu. His third solo recording once ag…
Pianist George Colligan (New York/ Canadian-based) CD Come Together, is a lively modern trio exploration of ten selections; eight originals by Colligan and two ar…
The Tone Generator features the organ magic of Eric "Scorch" Scortia. The Hammond B-3 organ is alive, hot to trot, and a perfect companion for Scortia whose key…
Retroactive is the title of the dazzling contemporary jazz release on NuGroove Records from masterful keyboard artist and noted producer Alan Hewitt. The title co…
The New York piano player Jeremy Manasia has put together a wonderful trio recording, After Dark. It features ten original Manasia compositions, a Cole Porter song "…
Is it me, or is the Big Band making a resurgence in the jazz world? As unlikely as it may seem in these difficult economic times, there have been a number of high-quality b…