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Mark Keresman

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Michael Robinson is a jazz-influenced composer who bases (at least in part) his compositions on the ancient Indian (long) musical form of raga, but the two pieces on this C…
Ah, when 3 geetar players get together.... what? Rampant fretboard self-indulgence would be what many non-guitar-heads would expect, lots of "teckneek" but little actual co…
After a too-long hiatus from recording, multi-reed player/composer Sam Rivers is back with a vengeance! Here, he's at the helm of an orchestra consisting of many of the bes…
Vibist Bill Ware gets around: his band Vibes (reviewed nearby, on the site), the Jazz Passengers, and this quartet. Where the Vibes album "With Drawn" is more varied & expe…
Sacre Jeru! Somebody has finally taken on the legacy of Gerry Mulligan the composer/arranger, not the saxophonist, as he was sometimes overlooked / under-appreciated as a c…
What we have here is an old-fashioned, good-natured Tenor Sax Duel, like Dexter & Wardell and Lockjaw & Griffin used to have. The late, often under-rated Harris (for younge…
With this package, we get a fine overview of the late, legendary trumpet master Kenny Dorham's earliest accomplishments. That's to say, Blues in Bebop focuses on his earlie…
For a fellow I never heard of (and I've been haunting record stores since '69), Scranton, PA-born pianist Degen has a hell of a resume: in the 60's, he lived in Germany, pl…
CIMP Records, usually known for its uncompromising releases of "free/out" jazz and free-improvised music, has done the jazz world a favor by releasing this wonderfully inve…
The Buried Treasures first--gad, what a find! A pristinely recorded set by the "classic" Brubeck Quartet, in their last year of existence. No signs of strain, though--still…