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Ah yes, and now we turn back the hands of clock nostalgia to the love years of Maurice White, Philip Bailey, producer Charles Stepney, and the whole company of th…
Pieces of Peace is the self-titled sole release of the group that arose, as the promo sheet puts it, from the "primordial stew of 1960s Chicago" to become the b…
Pop Jazz, Volume One, released by the music company Spring LLC, is a really hot continuation of the fine tradition of hybrid jazz. Hybrid jazz is no stra…
Singer-songwriter Antonio Delgado (aka AD The Voice) is a firm advocate of the motto "Believe In Your Power." His debut album Painfully Free, released by Statik E…
This Rudy Van Gelder, recorded 1969 date, only Charles Earland’s second as a leader, was the set that catapulted him onto the international stage. Recorded at a time whe…
Bear with me here. This is my first introduction to the Duffie brothers, aka Kloud 9. A sound this mighty and fluid surely has been recognized by others before me. In fa…
By releasing a string of CD’s on his co-owned Artistry Music label, Brian Bromberg has called overdue attention not just to his own superb musicianship, but also to the pot…
When listening to Jeff Golub, one hears a side of him as a smooth jazz musician that does not fit the norm of a radio invented style of music. As a stellar guitarist in …
Keyboardist and synthesist Pete Levin is one of the more interesting musicians working today. Known primarily for his abundant technique behind a wall of synthesizers, h…
No stranger to success, Jeff Golub created a name for himself as a much-requested sideman backing rock stars Rod Stewart and Billy Squire. His debut as solo artist in 1988 …