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Karl Stober

Karl Stober

Latino intensity was never so feverishly served up in musical form as from the composition and imagination of one Oskar Cartaya. With a mesmerizing mixture of jazz and funk…
Powerfully dynamic is the only way to illustrate in verse the eclectic flair and artistry of Marion Meadows, destined to be a heavy hitter in the historical arena of jazz. …
Nocturne Records has released a West Coast gem that goes by the name of Dina Blade to the jazz public with her new project " I’m in the Mood for Love." Ms. Blade is all abo…
Pace, if used to its fullest, can be a powerful tool for a vocalist. If too upbeat, the pace denies the spin eloquence. If too passive, many times a valium effect takes …
Something spiritual seems to escape from the body of a flute as it exercises the ability to send jazz out into the atmosphere. Almost hypnotic by nature, the sound seems…
As clouds roll by on a windy Autumn day blanketing the earth below with serenity so does the tones and gentle vocals of one Bruce A. Henry. Mr. Henry with his 2003 release …
Tony Gallo Has "Something to Say" and sing!Innovative interpretation and vocal tones coated in class describe the contents of Tony Gallo’s debut project "Something to Sa…
Articulate jazz composition and guitar is a marriage declared by the spirits, a bond in which two variables directly react to the presence of the other to form enchanting m…
Flames in her eyes, seduction in her voice, and aspiration in her heart is the only way to describe Lisa McCormick’s recent project "Mystery Girl". Released in 2003, this J…
On a carousel of eclectic jazz from Bebop to Bossa Nova, Christiana Drapkin and Charles Sibirsky, put forth a delightful project released through IANA Records stamped for y…