Richard Bourcier

Richard Bourcier

The Lost Tapes is not just another big band performance on DVD. The project was planned, staged and recorded on an elaborately designed sound-stage. Recorded only tw…
Blues collectors will welcome Blues Beginnings, a nice compilation of early electric blues. Empire Musicwerks offers a great selection of rare material that y…
Here's a fine new offering from a man who cooks equally well on the stage or in the kitchen. Mel Melton's CD is possibly one of the last record sessions to come out of New …
Mississippi born bluesman, Zac Harmon, issued his second CD a couple of weeks ago. The new album highlights Harmon and his band "The Mid South Blues Revue" with a variety o…
Here's some nice straight-ahead, no nonsense jazz from Washington, DC. The classically trained pianist Bob Boguslaw offers his second CD, Gabrielle's Hand. Th…
It's been a long, long time! Lydia Pense and Cold Blood return with some cool new material and a couple of oldies. Baby Boomers will recall this fine Bay Area funk-rock-blu…
Dick Hyman is an enigma. Here is a pianist who plays the music of numerous classic jazz figures while forging his own identifiable style. Whether executing the works of Eub…
From its inception, the jazz world has been a haven for trombonists. Beginning with men like Kid Ory through Jack Teagarden, Frank Rosolino, J.J.Johnson, Kai Winding, the i…
It seems almost incredible that there is not a surviving member of this 1969 all-star quartet. Ralph Sutton (1922-2001) was probably the greatest modern practitioner of gen…
Here's a musician who has been branded with a number of musical styles. With nine CDs behind him, Gabriel Mark Hasselbach shows great versatility. Having heard of his reput…