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French guitarist and electronics wiz, Richard Pinhas’ pioneering ways hearken back to the ‘70s with the band, Heldon. Since then, he has continued upon a path, teemi…
Dana Case possesses a soft, yet commanding voice, witnessed on these ten pieces consisting of adult alternative rock fare, spiced up with grandiose, new-age type treatments…
Pianist Greg Jasperse takes a giant step forward with his first ever commercial release entitled ‘Tournesol’ for the Tournesol Music Label. This CD by most standa…
Guitarist Dom Minasi formed his group DDT a few years as a string trio of guitar, bass, and cello. Through this group, Minasi explored jazz along the paths la…
Italian bassist Maurizio Rolli’s exceptional tribute to Jaco Pastorious "Moodswings," is followed-up by this recording, which unfortunately, suffers from a bit of anonymity…
Ex-Soft Machine bassist Hugh Hopper has led an active and largely fruitful career via an assortment of group-based projects and solo outings. However, this CD co-featuring …
Modern jazz guitar whiz, Dom Minasi has released his finest solo outing to date with this fantastically performed extravaganza. Sure, Minasi is known for his undeniably adv…
Wide Angles is the latest CD release from veteran tenorist Michael Brecker. Like recent efforts by fellow Verve Records saxophonist Chris Potter, Brecker's CD…
The Dowland Project’s Care-Charming Sleep is a unique brand of Third Stream music. Rather than the "usual" setting - that is, either a classical or jazz ensemble inc…
This is the debut album of a New York ensemble, named Spooky Actions, that features the work of Anton Webern, an early twentieth century composer of serialist, or atonal, m…