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The music is an attachment of her soul. The arrangements are an extension of her vision. The performance is her heart injected into ours, and this is the legacy of piani…
What an impressive debut! The Israeli guitarist (by way of the Berklee College in Boston and then NYC) fits perfectly into the Tzadik worldview, although perhaps Dakari's m…
Upto Here From Here is a new CD release from Ayelet Rose Gottlieb. It’s her third album since her debut CD Internal External which was rated best of 2004 by A…
Guitarist/composer Joshua Breakstone takes audiences over rivers, through the woods, and traipsing across yellow brick roads in No One New, his fifth release on C…
Cycles Suite cover is a kind of whited out picture of leader/guitarist/composer Chris Jentsch . Cycles Suite pretty much kicks ass. Geeky Chris Jentsch i…
Dutch trumpet player Eric Vloeimans shows himself to be fluent at making melodic compounds that leap off the pages as they go through various stages of metamorphosis, in…

Paul Taylor has long been amongst the cream of the crop when it comes to discussions regarding contemporary jazz saxophonists. He possesses a most distinctive and easily…

Rita diGhent has a new CD Sprawl Indigo it has many fine features, including the inimitable vocalizing of Ms. diGhent. Combining jazz sensibilities with hip, street …
Saxophonist Stacy Dillard loads his songs with good vibrations, exhibiting playful frolics and animated motifs that put quite a zing in the listener’s steps. Dillard’s l…
Jazz fans of a certain age will no doubt remember a band called 'Supersax.' Co-led by saxophonists Buddy Clark and Med Flory, Supersax played tightly harmonized big-band ar…