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Category: Jazz CD Reviews
A finely-crafted jazz tribute to Joni Mitchell.
Three CDs equal one complete musical tour de force.
Phillip Johnston & the Coolerators – The Adventures of Prince Achmed and Diggin’ Bones – Asynchronous
Organ jazz and a jazz soundtrack with a difference.
Guitarist Metheny’s impressive debut album gets an excellent 180-gram vinyl upgrade.
A novel approach to showcase Portland jazz talent…
This band brings out the lyricism and stylish symmetry of Tadd Dameron’s writing.
An abundance of piano trio excellence topped by dazzling flute playing on a session which balances Latin, Middle Eastern and mainstream jazz idioms.
1968…a monumental year for the country, and even more so for Stax Records…
Legendary guitarist and double bassist shine on double vinyl live performance.
Changes: environmental, social, political and musical.
What is Mudang Rock? The new fusion and much more.
This quartet has recorded the gold standard of Thelonious Monk’s music
Live concert and second ECM offering by minimalistic and ethereal guitar led trio.
Fans of Eric Dolphy, rejoice…
A multifaceted musician at home in many genres .
Experimental jazz iconoclast gets a fresh vinyl look!
Vinyl reissue of Pat Metheny Group 1982 album is stellar!
Symbiotic communication from the Francisco Mela Quartet…
Music as therapy…
Kenny Werner makes elegant and stellar music.
Two consummate pros dish out a sparkling songbook!