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I was so very happy to see that Marion Meadows is finally, finally getting his long overdue props!!!! I have been a fan of his for quite some time, and he was never played …
Everyone knows what a class act Ron Carter is,but in this album his main objective is to get across his love for Brazilian music. Well he accomplished that very nicely. He …
This Nat King Cole tribute is complete with the same makeup asNats original trio --guitar in place of drums. This is very nice for a change. John has a very pleasant voice …
This is a very unique album. Aside from Haden on bass (also doing one beautiful vocal), there is Alan Broadbent, Ernie Watts (playing exceptional tenor) and Larance Marable…
This release has alittle something for anyone with an interest in Contemporary Jazz. Jay Beckenstein is at his very best in "Silk and Satin" putting together an interesting…
While listening to my favorite radio station WBGO from NY (Newark actually) on the net (used to listen while I lived in NY) I heard Jon Faddis talk about this album. He sai…
Carol Sloane's exquisite choice of songs and deeply personal interpretations reflect her love and respect for Ellington's music. From the haunting string opening of the fir…
If you have a copy of the original recording you probably assume it contains the actual sounds of the Newport concert. Wrong! Most of it was put together in the studio. "Wh…
I know that the "great debate" continues on Kenny G and his music. There are some jazz "purests" out there that feel that his music isn't really jazz at all. I've always di…
This was a Ray Brown week at the club in November of 1988 and he invited a couple of old friends over for a rare live appearance together. They are not just very tall .They…