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The members of Clusone have a solemn pact, or so it seems. No tune shall have a predetermined start or end. This does not preclude them from playing standards like Irving B…
I hate hyping myself, so I'll quote Gene Seymour's 4/7 review in New York NEWSDAY. Seymour describes it as ...an engrossing, often unsettling mix that's too seamless to be …
I just heard and bought (at retail - close friends know what this means) To Ella With Love by Ann Hampton Calloway (3 great names for a jazz singer!) and it completely blew…
Miles Davis is remixed in the original spirit with an emphasis on some of the spacier and funkier aspects, and some ambient stuff linking together different sections. Mixes…
Sorry this is not a real review, just a recommendation of several new CD's. I'm a jazz nut and purchase jazz CD's almost every week. I probably spend way to much money on t…
Keith Jarrett is one of the most exciting artists in modern jazz today, effortlessly combining his classical influences into his jazz playing, covering everything from Shos…
Blue Patches is the solo CD by Michael Patches Stewart. It's a collection of jazz standards but Patches has made them sound right for the 90's.This CD is so smooth that fri…
This is a recording which features David Murray and Oliver Lake. The session took place in Senegal, West Africa, and the pride and rediscovery the musicians experienced com…
This is not just another Keith Jarrett solo concert. In its form, it resembles the previous solo concerts by on of the leaders in Jazz improvisational concerts. After Koln …
Dance for the New World is Rob Mullins most recent CD release on Zebra Records. It has been three years since the release of Music for Lovers and One Night in Houston and t…