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Thomas R. Erdmann

Thomas R. Erdmann

It's been a long time since this reviewer can remember when he last heard "smart jazz." The type of music that makes you sit up, adjust your head and really listen caref…
Saxophone, bass and drum trios have a rich history. While many have tried this format, few have succeeded. Notable exceptions to the previous statement include jazz lege…
The wealth of excellent and well-studied jazz musicians has grown to the point where every American community, of adequate size, now has its own abundance of creative mu…
Guitarist/singer/composer Chuck Perrin’s latest self-released recorded project, 44 Minutes of Love - a reference to the length of the CD, finds the quasi-folk sin…
Pianist Andy McWain is known mostly for his excursions into free-jazz, and it is in this genre he, bassist Albey Balgochian and drummer Laurence Cook, work on Vigil
Guitarist Steve Kimock puts his current band of six years in the studio for Eudomonic, and comes out with an entertaining disc of popish instrumental rock music t…
Dominican Republic jazz pianist Michel Camilo has performed numerous programs of George Gershwin’s (1896-1937) music with a number of orchestras in the last 15 or so yea…
West-coast avant-garde trumpeter/flugelhornist/composer Kris Tiner has appeared on 25 recordings for mostly small independent and self-published labels. He has been hear…
The world is full of good musicians who work hard in studios and on tours with various bands, playing a variety of music styles flawlessly, yet whose names never become …
Pianist Paul Tillotson has made a career out of being a multifaceted and able-handed musician in numerous musical styles. Originally from Boise, Idaho, Tillotson has cal…
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