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Hailing from Cuba, and touted as the "first authentic all-Cuban timba band in the United States," the players have since relocated to Miami, Fla. Recently signing with S…
The jazz sax/bass/drums format yields bountiful residuals with this prismatic 2009 release. Featuring musicians that reside among the crème de la crème of progressive ja…
Guitarist Michel Sajrawy launches the set with an Arabic-jazz piece "Bride Of The Galilee," which to me, sounds like a variant on Paul Desmond’s classic composition, "Ta…
The 6-piece ensemble who go by the moniker, Bipolar, take classical music to new heights and traditional jazz idioms into lively interpretations. The group’s latest rele…
The Beaty Brothers Band are more than a band, they seem connected through a much more adhesive bonding. In the core of this unit are twin brothers, saxophonist John Beat…
Marking his Owl Studio debut in 2008 with Ride to the Other Side, Derrick Gardner has stoked the flames and fired up his fan base, whetting the appetite for his newe…
Blue Note Records is commemorating the label’s 70th Anniversary in 2009 with the release of Mosaic: A Celebration Of Blue Note Records, an eight-song collection of c…
You will have a blast with this album. Jazz pianist/ composer/ lyricist/ Ezra Weiss adapted Lewis Carroll’s iconic book, Alice In Wonderland into a musical that bein…
Sometimes a creative notion take a long, frustrating and winding path to completion, but sometimes the end result turns out to be even better than originally anticipated…
Changes in the Wind is the first album as a leader for Boston Jazz veteran Brian McCree. This is an album full of swinging and soulful music. The musicians on Changes in th…