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Thanks to my satelite reciever I get to listen to jazz continuously when I am at home. When I hear a great song I select info and get the artists name, song title, and cd t…
This is a special disc. if you have enjoyed mr. samples music at any time,or if you wish to get a feel for his music for the first time,please begin here. This disc shows w…
Baltimore's latest contribution to the jazz scene is guitarist Stuart Hart, a fiery fusion artist whose debut release marks a comeback from acute tendonitis that threatened…
I've been there in Den Haag for performance. Naturally the sound of Dave Holland with his basic bass.And was was very impressed by Billy Kilson on drums. Four easy and frie…
I got this CD when it first came out, and just never got around to writing a review on it. The CD is very worthy of getting a review. However, I have just been too busy to …
I just recently received this album a couple of days ago, But I heard it previously from a friend.This latest project by Garrett is a more contemporary feeling kind of albu…
All of this CD is great..what else i can say…
Like Gabriel over clouds,Braff and his cornet soar over two string sections- two decades apart. The earlier tracks on this Arbors release , songs associated with Bing Crosb…
Down To The Bone is not your ordinary UK group, that migrated to the US, and now call Brooklyn or Staten Island their home. They brought their instruments and actually know…
This CD gives a most interesting view of Richard Elliot's versatility and diverse expression of soul with a special touch. In addition, his approach to each song was calcul…