John Gilbert

John Gilbert

One can never capture the essence of sound with mere words. Suffice it to say that this disc pleases ones auditory receptors in the most majestic way. This recording is …
Kent Cohea and Alan Steger are a duo made for each other. Cohea's Tenor Saxophone at times has a Getz like feel but his ideas certainly run on differently, giving him an id…
Jean Shy has assembled some great tunes with very hip lyrics and she has performed them with soulful stylishness bred of lifes travails and good times. Miss Shy has supe…
This recording was composed, arranged with Midi Orchestrations by Tom Kubis featuring Cold September Morning composed by Steve Allen. Another side of Jennifer Hall is sh…
Ron Jackson has put together a fine album of standards and originals. Jackson has facility and ideation plus a swinging solo style despite a sometimes choppy drum backing t…
Dave Bernstein heads up a red hot quartet that cooks like a New Orleans chef on high heat getting ready for Fat Tuesday. "Rabbits" is an original bop inspired compositio…
This record is so hot it might ignite at any minute. It rocks, it takes toe tapping to another level. This ensemble will whisk you on an excursion to Road House heaven. Thi…
Loretta King has the two main ingredients that are the prerequisites of any solid vocalist, namely, clarity of tone and proper pitch, and when you add lyricism and freedom …
This recording features six original tunes by Shep Meyers and one addition by the late Pianist Richard Twardzik, who incidentally, was greatly admired by Charlie Parker,…
When you have a recording with superb lyrics, great melodies and a vocalist whose phrasing and tone match the sophisticated hipness and intent of the writer, you have a spe…