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This new CD, Fade, by vibraphonist Tim Collins reflects a grab bag of styles all the way from contemporary rock to modern classical, including punk, blues and str…
Recently, many jazz enthusiasts outside of Philadelphia are re-discovering the talent there which never went away, even though the jazz press may have turned much of its at…
The release of any Jim Hall recording is cause for celebration.... among fellow guitarists, among jazz enthusiasts, or even among those who appreciate disarming but challen…
After a sixteen year run with Blue Note records, heralded saxophonist/composer Greg Osby opts for the Indie label route on this 2008 effort, which also stands as his fir…
George Colligan’s new CD Runaway contains a combination of mainstream, fusion and new age jazz, in all originals by the leader. To this listener, the most successful…
This is the second edition reissued on the Swiss hatOLOGY record label. Originally released in 1986 for the now defunct hatART catalogue; pianist, arranger…
The Revolutions cd is a Jim Beard led project with collaboaration from Vince Mendoza and the Dutch based Metropole Orchestra. Mendoza and Beard reviewed Beard’ s …
While Duke Robillard has been an integral part of many musical collectives over the years (Roomful Of Blues, the Pleasure Kings, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, his namesake …
While e.s.t. has been on the music scene for about 10 years, this was my first exposure to the trio, which recently lost a key third of its essence when Swedish pianist/…
Symbiosis. Now, here’s some jazz and classical fusion with flair that’s sure to appeal to jazz experimentalists everywhere. Expressive, harmonious horns, lively…