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While I’ve always admired Marty Ehrlich’s musicianship, some of his albums have seemed a little.... aloof, technically swell but someho…
For guitarist Peder Af Ugglas, having a varied musical upbringing has only helped him grow as a musician. Autumn Shuffle is a captivating session featuring Ugglas's …
Outre Mer was written as a soundtrack for Klaus Tontine's brilliant story of a young man, who is perceived as severely different due to his short stature. The lad, E…
Guitarist Shan Arsenault is an experienced sideman on the Canadian jazz scene, who has performed with countless musicians, bands and has participated in various jazz fes…
British bassist/composer/educator Graham Collier is credited with launching the British progressive-jazz movement as this program featuring live material recorded in 196…
Drummer Scott Amendola reaps the dividends of having forward thinking guitarists, Nels Cline and Jeff Parker’s multipurpose and polytonal stylizations infused into this …
Recorded live, these three CDs chronicle Thelonious Monk’s songbook by respective musicians who generally explore the freer side of matters, coalescing as a quartet for …
Vibist Khan Jamal may not enjoy the widespread notoriety as some of his modern jazz peers, but those who are firmly entrenched within this idiom are quite familiar with …
Saxophonist John O’ Gallagher’s growing discography clearly indicates that he is a leader, in every sense of the word. Armed with a stunning technique and a complementar…
Launched on the innovative Artistshare label in April 2005, Jane Ira Bloom’s Like Silver, Like Song blends the fusion of longtime elecktro-acoustic ban…