Ronald Jackson

Ronald Jackson

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.…
This young, lovely native Georgian wastes no time getting the party started on this, her debut album, a collection of flavorful R&B/Dance cuts. The title track "c…
Ah, crisp, clear, smooth and effortless. That’s how the vocals of Jill Jenson grab me. From the opening cut, the jazzy & cool "Sunshine Away," she sets out to hold you c…
The fresh air of cool jazz guitar returns on NaradaJazz recording artist Joyce Cooling’s 6th offering, Revolving Door. It just knocks me out how polished she ha…
Baha Men, take notice. There are some cats joining your loosed dogs courtesy of Mike Stern, jazz guitarist extraordinaire. This CD is a diverse mix of some heavy straigh…
Now, here are A+ a cappella vocals, coordinated in a manner that only folks who really know singing can arrange. The crisp falsettos, finger-snapping/head-…