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This 2009 release by the Dutch progressive-rock band Knight Area was well-received by critics and snagged kudos in webzines and reviews across the world wide web, for ex…
Portugal-based Clean Feed Records asked New York based accordionist Will Holshouser and his trio to record with revered Portuguese pianist Bernardo Sassetti for the form…
Vigor, youth, and technique fall into alignment with young Belgian saxophonist Robin Verheyen’s international quintet, featuring laudable American pianist Bill Carrother…
Turkish-born guitarist/composer Sinan Bakir makes a strong debut as a leader with the self-released On My Way, an inventive guitar-trio outing with bassist Thomson K…
Flutist, alto flutist, piccolo flutist and composer Nicole Mitchell has received so many honors from jazz magazines and critics over the years it’s a wonder why she hasn…
Ian Wallace, the former drummer with the progressive rock powerhouse band King Crimson, and who passed away in 2007, leads this jazz trio through a collection of tunes a…
Keyboardist Rick Wakeman’s 1970s classic progressive-rock concept album The Six Wives Of Henry VIII, was never performed in its entirety until May, 2009 when the eve…
This young British band has been blazing a trail of fire and brimstone through progressive-jazz circles, while receiving glowing critical reviews along the way. With the…
Beppe Crovella’s hallmark of ingenuity becomes prominent during this prismatic endeavor, where he covers the works of influential Soft Machine keyboardist Mike Ratledge.…
Electric bassist Liebig has traveled a long and winding road to get where he is, including stints with Les McCann and Julius Hemphill and a bit of time studying classical c…