Glenn Astarita

Glenn Astarita

Pianist/composer Umberto Petrin is known for his affiliation with the revered "Italian Instabile Orchestra," amid various solo projects and guest spots. On this solo releas…
Israeli pianist Yitzhak Yedid’s music covers a multitude of diametrically opposed angels via a chamber-esque setting throughout this most interesting and undeniably enterta…
This is a reissue of the original 1981 "Ralph Records," release by the former "Henry Cow" guitarist. Yet, since his epoch, early ‘70s "Guitar Solos" LPs - Fred Frith has ev…
Emanating out of Italy, many folks on these American shores may not be familiar with "EGEA Records." As many of its titles include Italian jazz composers/musicians aligning…
Trombonist Steve Swell leads this New York City based sextet through a rather symmetrically devised set, featuring free jazz extravaganzas, gobs of tonal contrasts and much…
Trumpeter/flugelhornist Tom Harrell’s twentieth release signifies a noticeable shift in strategy, as he utilizes the talents of four prominent female jazz vocalists. He als…
The union of a flugelhornist, bassist, and accordionist might seem a tad out of the ordinary for a program consisting of tango related works. Bassist Hannes Enzlberger c…
The late South African bassist Johnny Dyani performed with just about everyone who was anyone, so to speak. His gigs with pianist Chris McGregor, trumpeters Don Cherry and …
Hailing from Canada, guitarist James Cohen dug the sounds of flamenco recordings and gypsy music when he was only six years old. And at the tender age of seven, Cohen start…
Recently reissued by "Sunnyside Records," this duo outing was originally issued by the French record label, "OWL" back in 1992. And as many of us would surmise, saxophonist…