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If the genius of jazz musicians is judged by how they make the complexity of their music accessible to an audience, then the members of the jazz/rock/funk trio the Living D…
I believe it is the first Korean Jazz CD by a group of professional jazz musicians. Lee, Jung-Sik not just plays sax but also arranged the whole songs except track 7. Of 11…
Lou Mecca is back- from the liner Notes- " Bridging the Gap" - put me in mind of the Best Johnny Smith and Tal Farlow recordings. Lou has it all covered.…
GYPSY AND RENO, AWESOME JAZZ VOCALS WITH EXQUISITE ARRANGEMENTS BY RENO LEGRANDE. MISTY IS A BRAND NEW, UNEXPECTED SWINING VERSION.. RIPS...DANCABLE. NEVER DONE QUITE LIKE …
This cd reminds me of the old time, long gone divas... gypsy sings " cry me a river" with jazz stylings of pure jazz root. the song begins with a plaintive question: " now.…
New on the jazz scene. gypsy eden and reno lagrande. gypsy has a blue-eyed -soul velvet voice, that is the true ' root of jazz vocals" beyoond smooth, she transports the li…
The CD is interesting and diverse, but not too demanding for the average jazz listener. The collection of songs on this CD spans many styles, from standards like "Autumn Le…
In an age where Jazz musicians make records, they often concentrate on technical skills and forget how fun a tune can be making a sincere, soulful statement, like how they …
Joe Chambers, a drummer/composer associated with many of the late 60s classic Blue Note albums (especially those under Bobby Hutcherson's leadership), has not been heard fr…
From the opening flute and trumpet-funnelled-through-a-vacuum cleaner pipe notes of "chez la coiffeuse ($8 haircut)" this disc immediately registers in the listener's ears …