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Take a quick look at the song list on the back and the first thing you'll notice is that this set begins with a Clash tune. The Clash? Did we bypass Radiohead and go straig…
Ghanaian drummer, percussionist Kwaku Kwaakye Obeng imparts a world-groove quotient into the progressive-jazz and jazz-improvisation realm, here on this cunning and larg…
Slovenian guitarist/composer Samo Salamon has received critical acclaim in recent years as one of the more original voices of the European jazz scene. Adding to his impress…
Shape Shifter is a most felicitous title for this live CD. The Scott Reeves Quintet displaces expectations, interrupts calm toe-tapping, and even quibbles with th…
A major force in Chicago’s jazz and improvisation circles, vibist Jason Adasiewicz’s second group-led release comprises the element of surprise along with familiar persu…
Multi-reedman Marty Ehrlich steers his estimable band-mates through a progressive-jazz jamboree that offers a prismatic stance. The leader has performed and recorded wit…
Many jazz albums (not all, so save the hate mail) can be set into two categories: Serious and Upbeat. Serious jazz albums can have earnest titles such as CONFLICT
Thinking Out Loud by Atlanta, GA-based Trey Wright Trio, raises the bar for energized, collaborative and highly listenable guitar, bass and drum trio music. Pay a…
Gypsy Schaeffer is not an individual, but an adventurous Boston-based jazz quartet with an improbably large stylistic sweep. New Album is their third recording for…
Guitar great John Abercrombie weaves some magic with violinist Mark Feldman, drummer Joey Baron and new member, bassist Thomas Morgan who replaces Marc Johnson. Ten years r…
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