Ronald Jackson

Ronald Jackson

"Spy Jazz??" Can’t say that I’ve ever heard of this subgenre before this CD. Orchestral jazz, yes.... and this is a nice variety of that. Hillman is very much into the s…
This is an interesting CD, well worth a listen and review. Letha, a native of my hometown, Washington, DC, presents 17 very original and thought-provoking tracks. There is …
I’ve been a fan of this high-energy saxophonist since her debut CD. I thought I’d heard the funkiest that this recently married cutie (I guess we were all just a little too…
Light, breezy, Brazilian jazz from a Rio de Janeiro native guitarist. Who better to deliver this rather tasty little project? Not being one who’d been exposed to this genre…
Now, here’s an interesting collection of unique tunes from the folks at Hidden Beach who brilliantly birthed the Unwrapped series a series of albums with really strong and …
How’s this for a purely soft, mellow, almost ethereal sound with some solid R&B thrown in for good measure? Yep, that’s what I think we have here. Willie Hill is a multi…
Well I don’t know much about the cyber jazz experience, but I do know good jazz when I hear it! Akinyele, a bassist who is native to the San Francisco Bay area, and his …
On Night Fever, Cornell Dupree demonstrates a great feel for recapturing the feel and aura of many of the tunes of yesterday. His skillful guitar work shines th…
This demo is a collection of fairly innovative pieces (four to be exact) wherein Frank Abarca experiments with composing songs exclusively with drums. Interesting, to sa…
Oh, this is some good stuff, believe it! This drummer/composer has the definite feel to be the formidable star he should be. He opens with a tested oldie "I’ll Always Lo…