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Denai Burbank

Denai Burbank

Pavilion is like a big welcome to Johnson’s musical world as he takes you by the "ear." A whole room of talented comrades jam along as if to smile warmly to the arriving gu…
January 7, 2000 was indeed a magical night for KLON’s Jose Rizo. On the tenth anniversary of his radio program, he hosted the best at B.B. King’s Club in Universal Studios.…
23.08.1999

Spicy by Richard

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This double album CD reissue originally taken from "Living Soul" and "Spicy" (1966) reflects a more commercial side of organist master Holmes. At this point he recorded pop…
The legendary harmonica master Toots Thielemans is widely written and talked about. Therefore, I shall attempt to concentrate on the music. While I can’t come up with anyth…
Marlon Simon has richly blended textures in this CD. His infectious rhythms and moving compositions strike deep. One should be touched in his/her soul after this. The first…
Each member of this ensemble comes to the table with various rich musical experiences. It is perhaps this element that is conducive to the many themes and textures on this …
The combination of Bill Summers, Irvin Mayfield and Jason Marsalis created a grand multicultural musical landscape. "Los Hombres Calientes" is exactly what the title would …
This CD gave me the same soothing feeling that Sonny Stitt did on many occasions.The title track is relaxed and sassy with some swinging baritone work and clean piano. T…
A great CD of standards and one original, "Song For Abraham," Nika Rejto makes it all seem so beautiful. The music is gentle and flows like a warm summer breeze. Each mu…
The title track, "All Day Long" is Kenny Burrell’s composition previously performed with The Master, Jimmy Smith. The rhythm and sentiment is livelier than aforementioned o…
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