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Now, here are A+ a cappella vocals, coordinated in a manner that only folks who really know singing can arrange. The crisp falsettos, finger-snapping/head-…
"Spy Jazz??" Can’t say that I’ve ever heard of this subgenre before this CD. Orchestral jazz, yes.... and this is a nice variety of that. Hillman is very much into the s…
Born and raised in New Orleans, Stanton Moore is one of the most outstanding jazz drummers performing today. He lives there and has been a recurring member of the immens…
Saxophonist/composer Jason Rigby is a relative rarity amongst youthful jazz players (sometimes referred to as "Young Lions" or in the words of the late Steve Lacy, "rebo…
We are drawn to certain recordings because of the bandleader (Parker and Monk come to mind) while the attraction of others is tied to the band as much as to the leader (…
Saxophonist Bob Reynolds conveys musical maturity beyond his years during the preponderance of this irrefutably, compelling studio set. With a clear-sighted game-plan in…
This demo is a collection of fairly innovative pieces (four to be exact) wherein Frank Abarca experiments with composing songs exclusively with drums. Interesting, to sa…
Hallelujah/well I just woke up from a dream/so far away... On Ways Not to Lose, the debut album by The Wood Brothers, one can't help but find their spirit uplifted…
When Concord Records released its tribute to acoustic guitar legend John Fahey, it came up with some of the most outstanding jazz talents around to record with. This is …
Guitarist Eric Swinderman has been playing in the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area for the last 25 years. Known primarily for his work with singer Brenda Boykin, Swinderma…