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No one brings to life the New Orleans sound better than Dr. John. In case anyone forgot, he reminds us with his fine Blue Note release Mercenary, which was recorded …
Here’s a two-CD set to tempt lovers of stride piano. Probably the last of the vintage stride players, Ralph Sutton, is presented in solo performance in 1992. The setting is…
Here’s another release of material gathered from Las Vegas hotel broadcasts during the 1960s. The sessions went out live from various hotels via Mike Gold’s KLUC radio stat…
Wycliffe Gordon’s rich deep timbre opens This Rhythm On My Mind with some fine scatting. Wycliffe pulled out all the stops with his opening number on t…
How’s this for openers: The greatest jazz trumpeter in the world and his all-star band are in town! The concert is sold out. A very happy event is at hand. The king will…
Traditional jazz fans in Toronto don’t consider a weekend complete without attending the Saturday matinee at the C’est What and the music of the Hot Five Jazzmakers.…
Marcus Belgrave has released a new compact disc and it’s my pleasure to give it a spin. A swinging, exuberant, good time recording, with a party atmosphere, that is dete…
British-born clarinetist, Chris Burke, is no stranger to travel. Over the years, Burke has played in Belgium, England, Tunisia, Mexico, Venezuela, French West Indies, Roman…
New Orleans Delight is no stranger to fans of Crescent City jazz nor of this website. This CD is the eighth to be covered in these pages since 2001. The Danish band …
French trumpeter, Dan Vernhettes, penned the notes for this classic set of CDs. While the text is predominately in the French language, a short history of the music is adde…