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A protégé of the great Phil Woods, saxophonist and composer Jon Gordon made his first big splash during the late 1990s when he won the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Sa…
Adam Shulman’s second record as a leader Patterns Of Change features eight original compositions. He is joined by his band mates from his debut album - Jon Arkin on …
Nica's Dream done up tempo is a driving version of this jazz chestnut. Stein's guitar solo swings like the Flying Wallendas. Nice ideation and dexterity are the hallmark…
Roberto Magris has come up with another gem. This album is certainly influenced by the classical idiom. "In Love In Vain" has more of a jazz feel than the first two trac…
Raising The Roof is an eclectic blend of various jazz techniques in a contemporay jazz format, and it is sure to please listeners with its well-performed jazz. …
A medical doctor by training, Krzysztof Trzciñski adopted the stage name Komeda to conceal his parallel life as a jazz pianist, composer and poet from his colleagues, and f…
Rick Braun is the premier contemporary jazz trumpet player of his generation. He’s also a fantastic producer, composer and arranger. For his newest release, All It Ta…
The Chicago-based Aaron Koppel Quartet is comprised of leader-guitarist Aaron Koppel, pianist Matt Nelson, drummer Robert Tucker, and bassist Graham Czach. Their 2007 de…
What Once Was is an intricate, eclectic jazz CD that explods with much originality and imagination! The solo work and the group work shine, and the jazz perform…
Dave Douglas’s first studio album in 3 years Spirit Moves released on his own Greenleaf Music label has him teamed up with a brass section of some renown. The quarte…