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Ronald Jackson

Ronald Jackson

This latest offering from one of jazz fusion’s most illustrious and accomplished guitarists is chock full of the style that has made him such a powerful and mesmerizing phe…
Now, here’s some great jazz-blues originally recorded in the late 1970s, showcasing a marvelous collaboration between the legendary Hank Crawford and jazz-blues buddy Calvi…
This album, the brainchild of Jason Miles, gives new depth and meaning to the word "tribute." So much of Miles’s energy and deeply-felt commitment to this project is clearl…
Miki Petkovki’s unique approach here on Origins truly challenges listeners to step outside the box and experience an experience. His use of "hybrid times," irregular…
A lot of presence. That’s how I’d best describe Paper Moon, a two-year-old guitar duo with a unique and diverse background. Scot Taber is trained in flamenco and c…
First of all, when reading the musician credits, some of you may ask: What in the world is a bandoneón? Happy to provide some education on the subject, my friends. The band…
The concept of marrying hip hop to jazz-R&B is an immensely popular one, rapidly growing, expanding, and capturing almost every listener in its path. The Soul Providers …
Strunz and Farah have proved time and again why they are widely regarded as pioneers and the epitome of world acoustic fusion and intriguing diversity. They have been toget…
12.04.2006

Miami Jam by Lino

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This is the third installment from this talented guitarist but the first I’ve heard. I’m impressed. With a sound and style often akin to the likes of Craig Chaquico, this y…
India’s gift to the world of jazz (and every other imaginable genre of music) is definitely this striking, sexy soprano who is celebrating over 30 years in the business.…