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The audience that KJ Denhert and Adam Falcon had in mind when they wonder twinned it for their album The Songwriter’s Notebook, did not have me in it. Se…
Afenginn is a Danish band exhibiting excitement, flair, and an overall sense of emotional diversity. Retrograd contains pieces with influences ranging from gypsy music a…
Over the past few years, a new genre has emerged bringing artist such as India Arie, Erykah Badu, and D'Angelo into the spotlight. "NeoSoul’ is what it is called, a sound w…
The Four Bags’ Offshore CD is a mixed bag, throwing about jazz sensibilities, sleepy town Americana, an interesting interpretation of XTC‘s "Humble Daisy," and a cou…
This is the debut CD from Tricycle, a four piece band from Toronto. The music they make falls somewhere between folk, jazz and bluegrass. The bluegrass feel is mostly becau…
British guitarist Jon Wood’s first solo CD is a unique venture because of the combination of different types of musics he blends into his vision. Taking a little bit of wha…
Back in the early ‘90s Rob Eberhard Young made the transition from being a rock n’ roller to an acoustic guitarist. On this reissue of the original 4-track tapes, the artis…
At last, a "youthful" jazz guitarist who doesn’t break his neck trying to capture/channel the styles of Jim Hall, Pat Metheny, Bill Frisell, or Wes Montgomery! Not that …
American-raised Paul Berner has worked with not only jazz luminaries as Monty Alexander and the Lionel Hampton Orchestra, but with many northern European jazz artists. Bern…
It’s funny how you can often tell a foreign musician from an American, even when they don’t sing with an accent. Astrud Gilberto, Stina, Bjork - they all sing with in a hyp…