Turiya Mareya

Turiya Mareya

Pianist and composer Paul Serrato is an impassioned and blithe spirit who is dancing with fervor into his sixth decade, rich with a backlog of unrecorded music and a lifeti…
In the Pop world both Usher and Prince are calling for a return to R&B grooves in their latest CD’s. It happens in Reggae with a periodic call to return to roots. It happen…
There is a hexagram in the I Ching called " The Well" which refers to returning to the source for renewal. Tony Lujan's newest release "Tribute", which pays homage to the g…
In a market flooded with new Independent artists, Jazz Bassist Fred Randolph’s debut "Learning Curve" is a stand out. The conception and execution is sure and mature with b…
Bassist, Vocalist and Trumpeter John Howard is originally from Chicago but for the last 2 decades has lived and worked in Vancouver, British Columbia. His CD Soul Jazz is p…
Pianist Ramón Valle’s first concern as a Jazz artist has been to find his own voice. He is now at the place where he feels he has done that and his concern has moved to exp…
This year has seen the loss of the giants of Latin Music- Tito Puente, Mongo Santamaria, and most recently Celia Cruz and Company Segundo. It is clear an era has ended in w…
The Traveler is the 4th release from the Pittsburgh based group headed by Guitarist Eric Susoeff. It includes covers of the little known Coltrane composition " 26-2", Ray B…
Edu Tancredi was born in Uruguay, so close to Brazil that he grew up speaking both Spanish and Portuguese. He was classically trained on piano as a child and later studied …
The connections between Jazz and Flamenco are not hard to imagine. They both are based on an Improvisational language, they share African origins through the Moorish Conque…
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