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As an alumnus of Miles Davis’ groundbreaking fusion album entitled Bitches Brew, as well as a co-founder of Herbie Hancock’s expeditionary band The Headhun…
Curious Melodies from the Lost Travel Diaries of Sir Albus Manchild takes the art of the concept record to a whole new level. The latest project by the Beston B…
Groups and bands are one thing, but Mushroom is more of a concept --like the Golden Palominos and Material, there’s a consistent core of a few musicians but an …
It is said that good thing come to those who wait, so as good as Swiss pianist Moncef Genoud's latest CD Aqua is, the two years between its 2004 recording date …
Circus is the sixth jazz album released for Norwegian double bass player Ole Amund Gjersvik. The album has many influences such as the waltz, tango, and Latin. Ev…
With his first release in eight years, many astute observers of the modern jazz scene should welcome this new outing by multi-reedman Bennie Maupin with open arms. Accla…
Toronto born bassist, Roberto Occhipinti, has played on and produced Grammy nominated and Juno award winning albums. In addition, Occhipinti is a member of the Canadian …
"Plays and Sings" shows Joe Gransden’s talent and explores his musical creativity. Listen as Joe paints. He uses his playing, singing, writing, arranging as his colors. …
Bobby Lewis is at his finest hour in this collection. The CD is alive with invigorating and sensitive jazz sounds. Every song reflects the genius of Lewis as he plays!
Searching for overlooked material to transform by means of the infinite creative possibilities of jazz, bassist Eddie Gómez and pianist Mark Kramer decided upon Jerry Bock’…
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