Ronald Jackson

Ronald Jackson

This high-energy young man is just as the CD title states: Just getting started. Truly coming into his own with consistently superior sax work and great compositions, Er…
When I first learned that I would be reviewing this CD, I can’t tell you how honored I felt! Being the proud owner of several Pieces projects, I’m also very happy to see…
Wow! One thing that can be definitely said about this CD: It has attitude! The common threads throughout feature searing guitar riffs by the group’s namesake that are th…
Canadian-born, Minnesota-raised pianist, Sean Turner, is a very refreshing and versatile artist. He demonstrates from the opening track, "Just Lucky," that he means busi…
Well, after getting up off the floor, dusting myself off, and regaining my composure, I found that I was still able to write this review in an intelligible manner.
Every band has a story and the Yaz Band’s story is wonderfully compelling. Their very humble beginnings should motivate any aspiring musician to keep plugging away. Yaz …
Jerry Rojas and Peter A. Schmid seem to be very competent musicians. However, this album appears to do little to truly showcase the talents of either artist. The directi…
Like good coffee, this quartet offers a strong, rich, full-bodied flavor that lends itself to the textured straight-ahead jazz put forth by many of the masters. Yaniv Na…
Remember Herbie Hancock’s Headhunters? Here’s the group's illustrious bassist with his second solo CD. His profile boasts of early positive feedback from reviewers all o…
I definitely love the business of reviewing CDs. It’s such an indescribably satisfying and rewarding experience. We reviewers get acquainted with some of the most remark…
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