Nina Goodrich

Nina Goodrich

For more than 15 years, Bob Baldwin has been known as one of smooth jazz’s finest keyboardists. Now, Baldwin debuts with A440 Music Group on Brazil ChillInfluence…
A wide range of talent shares the spotlight on this tightly composed album. It’s soft, smooth, a little perky, yet, introspective and thought provoking.Opening with a se…
01.03.2004

3D by Jing Chi

Published in Fusion - CD Reviews
Jimmy Haslip’s dream for Jing Chi is: bringing this group of musicians to a harder edge than their first recordings, leading them into another level of progression …
Drawing stand-up crowds at Sweet Rhythm in New York, guitar virtuoso, Frank Vignola and master percussionist, Joe Ascione have finally captured their rave show, 33 1/3
Re-launching his career, after a severe boating accident nearly killed him, Nestor Torres is back in full swing with Sin Palabras.This exciting CD begins with a p…
Think: Hill Street Blues. Think: Steely Dan. Think: Fourplay Think: Larry Carlton the man with the golden fingers-- can do anything he wants with his guitar. He …
After years of training and performing with various jazz groups in DC, Jessica L., also known as Jai Elle, has finally recorded Soular Journey, a compilation of her …
Suggesting a mild mix, the name of this album: Eclectic, is understated. The songs on this CD express an extreme range of sounds the best of all of them.Hearin…
Skip Heller’s Fake Book is anything but fake!Ten tracks on this CD bring back all the greatness of the masters’ hits, as Heller honors the artists he admir…
Stepping from behind the scenes after producing rave hits for artists such as Jeff Foxworthy, Russ Taff, Marshall Chapman and Michelle Shocked, James Hollihan has finally c…
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