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Norm Breest

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After years of working with keyboardist/producer Brian Culbertson, saxophonist Steve Cole is blossoming into one of the most vibrant stars of smooth jazz. His first release…
Saxophonist David Sanborn has done it again. He has come out with a CD that shows just how versatile he is with many types of music. Called time again, his first rel…
Pianist/Composer/Arranger George Kahn presents the best mixture of various styles of jazz on Midnight Brew. Kahn keeps the historical aspect of jazz alive by showing…
Warner Brothers wanted to spotlight its ten Grammy Award nominees in the contemporary jazz and pop instrumental categories. So, it released a compilation CD called (It's…
Guitarist Doc Powell remembers the days where he was struggling in small night clubs to make a living on his first release for the Head's Up label 97th and Columbus.…

It seems the more I hear Al Jarreau, the better he gets. His latest is called All I Got and that title says it all. Jarreau knows what he does best and his releases …

Mindi Abair is someone you haven't heard from before, but you're going to hear more from her in the years to come. It Just Happens That Way showcases Abair in 12 tra…
Some people call it trance jazz, some people call it trip jazz. Four80East's latest release called Round 3 is a blend of electronic and acoustic jazz that is 21st ce…
Saxophonist Gary Davis has found his mark in his latest release Don't Wait for Spring. Davis has a different style for himself that is as comfortable on both uptempo…
One of the things that I look at when I listen to new music is, is there any emotion in what I'm hearing. In saxophonist Gary Davis' release Don't Wait for Spring, I…