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Glenn Astarita

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Drummer John Densmore was an astute jazz aficionado while guitarist Robby Krieger’s penchant for flamenco guitar, and other influences helped form The Doors’ distinct ro…
The title of Ross Bolleter’s 2010 release designates that these solo performances on ruined pianos were performed simultaneously in his kitchen, largely during the eveni…
Israeli guitarist/composer Yotam transmits fluency, articulation, extraordinary chops and a strong penchant for dynamics on his debut effort for Jazz Legacy Produ…
Bassist John Hebert and his venerable band-mates generally reside within the core progressive-jazz and free-jazz realms. And many of these genres or stylizations are rep…
The gap between free-form or semi-structured song forms and the art of melody making are generally two distinct entities, drawing upon numerous contrasts. Many artists m…
Producer and saxophonist Martin Kuchen professes jubilance and assists with generating a distinct group sound, teeming with abundant contrasts, riotous exchanges and cli…
Guitarist Phil Sargent has studied with progressive-jazz guitar luminaries Ben Monder and Brad Shepik, but he charts a distinct and non-derivative path on this winning s…
Award-winning pianist, composer Randy Klein also wears a business hat since he is president of the Jazzheads record label. Otherwise, this 2010 session features alternat…
Sean "The Rick" Rickman replaces drummer Alan Hertz for the quartet’s latest release that finds the artists surging forth within a pacesetting mode of operations. The ba…
Progressive-rock and jazz drumming legend Bill Bruford might be basking in retirement, yet continues to operate his Summerfold and Winterfold record labels amid reissues…