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Recorded in January of 20004 in front of a live crowd in Germany, Robert Dick and Ursel Schlicht blend an excellent selection of piano and flute, original songs written …
Out of all the Medeski Martin and Wood records I must say that this one is a favorite. The trio has done it again, re-discovering their classic ambient jazz grooves and …
Wadji Cherif's Jasmine lacks any thrill of past heritages. He opens a new terrain, one that is mostly new jazz compared to his first Arabic-tinted album. Instead of stickin…
When you think of the state of Wisconsin, several things come to mind. Among them, beer, cheese, the Green Bay Packers, etc. Whats next? The next best kept secret is a M…
On the heels of their first album, Jazz, which received great reviews in major magazines all around the world, Hipnosis has released Carrousel. There i…
Accompanied by a 10-piece string section, tenor saxophonist David Murray delivers a big, ambitious CD that showcases his wide-ranging moods and styles. Recorded in Decem…
Norwegian bassist Arild Andersen’s varied musical palate consists of modern jazz and genre busting formats amid his first-call session status for artists, namely on this…
Brad Wheeler better have a huge appetite because the world is definitely his oyster. Not only is Wheeler an ace saxophonist, but a great contemporary and progressive com…
This is one of the finer groups that the Fresh Sound label has produced. Recorded in Israel, Alon Farber and his Hagiga Quintet delivers here with only promising potenti…
The medium an artist chooses and the tools he uses in that medium have a strong part in defining his final piece: a sculptor would be hard pressed to produce a great work u…