Edward Kane

Edward Kane

Fly is a new group made up of young players that have each established themselves individually. Bassist Larry Grenadier is well known for his associations with pianist Brad…
Andy Bey is possibly best known for his work with Horace Silver, or perhaps simply for being under recorded. He enjoys a sterling reputation among musicians and critics, ye…
Ned Otter's latest Two & Four release Powder Keg is 2004's first great jazz album. As on his 2002 debut So Little Time, Otter is sympathetically recorded by l…
Over the last few years there has been a fair amount of jazz hailing from Quebec. Francois Bourassa's Indefinite Time CD is one of the better examples that I've hear…
Smoke Signal is a very pleasant hard bop date recorded in LA 12 years ago by six musicians associated with the World Stage, a performance gallery in the city's Leime…
Trialogue is a continually surprising and satisfying collaboration between three Scandinavian musicians: tenor man Lars Moller, keyboardist Jon Balke & drummer Morte…
The well-traveled Robert Lockwood, Jr. is one of the most recorded guitarists in the history of the blues. His unique playing, at once sophisticated and down-home, is featu…
GT2 consists of reedman Anders Lonne Gonseth & percussionist Ulrik Ibsen Thorsrud; What's Your Bag finds the Norwegian duo experimenting their way through 13 mostly …
Blue Perspective is a nice set of eight original compositions by L.A. tenor man Andy Suzuki. The moods run from blues to straight-ahead jazz and bop, with some nods …
aLIVE2003 collects music from two performances by the Norwegian group Lonely Woman. With a track list including compositions by Roscoe Mitchell and Charles Mingus, y…