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Danish guitarist, composer and multi-instrumentalist Robin Taylor might signify a new name to those who reside on these American shores. A killer guitarist who transpare…
This band of jazz/progressive-rock and jazz-fusion legends is captured live via a 1979 concert filmed at Oxford Polytechnic, England. Interestingly, this black & white f…
Everything in this recording tells me that the music is electronically generated until I hear the piano, the organ, bass and drums. The music becomes organic. The acoust…
Recorded at the record label’s upstate New York studio, this trio pronounces an in-the-groove mindset, spanning variable tempos, tonal shades and levels of intensity. An…
As human beings we all have different feelings,emotions, and "moods" that we get in, and these change from time to time,even by the minute for some of us. Happy and joyf…
I always felt that trumpeter John Carlson possesses the goods to become a highly visible force within progressive jazz circles. Citing his work with New England’s "Eithe…
The many variables that allows and artist or a group to come together under one common denominator of intuitive creativity is the basis point for eclectic stylized jazz.…
The application of intelligence apart from emotion sometimes is necessary. Structuring a CD intelligently requires consciousness of the whole unit rather mere production…
Cheebacabra's first album, Metamorphosis, released in 2003, placed on the "Best Records" list by Filter Magazine. It also was listed as 'Best Of' for KCRW's radio …
The first (self-titled) disc from Avi Granite's Toronto quintet showcases some very strong writing and equally fine playing from all involved. While Granite relies heavi…