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One way to perpetuate an important tradition is to concentrate on the way it was back-when and strive to keep it like it was (an idealized golden age), another is to bui…
Telephone Game by singer, songwriter and guitarist Kate Schutt is a quality recording and a good listening experience. The music crosses over into many different sty…
One of the most pleasant developments of the past decade in jazz is its renewed embrace of ethnic and folk musics of various types. Included in this newly expanded musical …
The Brandqvist/Bengmark Quartet make music that bridges jazz with traditional Swedish-folk, displaying similar features to the melodic textures and harmonic forms of the…
The Daniel Bennett Group consists of saxophonist Daniel Bennett, guitarist Brant Grieshaber and percussionist Sean Jefferson. Together, the three Boston-area musicians perf…
The Klez Dispensers are a highly entertaining band who play intelligent, exuberant party music that stands at the crossroads between the classic Klezmer sounds of artists s…
Some albums are good to listen to while you go for an evening walk, others are good for a long drive or to hum along to while you are having a drink at your favorite bar…
Fred Katz is best known to jazz fans as the cellist in Chico Hamilton’s late 50s quintets -- some of which featured future stars Jim Hall and Buddy Colette. He was also …
Guitarist Joel Harrison is a jazz musician of the generation(s) for which non-jazz inspirations are not anathema -- or, to put it far more simply, he's no elitist snob. …
Diana Z is a delightful folky, and somewhat Celtic influenced (ie: Sinead O’Connor) singer/songwriter/guitarist who this writer has had…