Tenor sax and bass clarinet times two.
Category: Jazz CD Reviews
70’s era jazz trombonist gets a slick vinyl upgrade!
A creative and skilful guitarist
Art Pepper – Unreleased Art Pepper, Vol. 10: Toronto – Widow’s Taste APM 18001 – 3 CD: 60:36, 50:48, 63:05 – 1977 ****: Street Date: 11/2/18 (Art Pepper – alto sax; Bernie Senensky – piano; Gene Perla or Dave Piltch – bass; Terry Clarke – drums) I have enjoyed the nine volumes of previously recorded Art […]
ECM releases inspirational recording of 2006 Keith Jarrett concert!
An excellent 3 CD set, a compendium of Ben Sidran’s works over the years…
A new bold voice on the tenor saxophone
Husband and wife; tenor sax and tenor sax; it’s Pukl and Aldana.
The vocalist is in full command of this mostly ballad outing
Two University of Central Florida instructors go deep into a mid- 80’s Stan Getz bag.
Javon Jackson hits the mark…
Two confident and well seasoned pros on their game
Blowing the kids’ minds…
One of the most exhilarating demonstrations of jazz drumming in recent times in a sympathetic trio setting.
Rudy Royston revisits fond country memories…
Jazz and classical music converge on this inspired album!
Olivia De Prato, solo violin – Streya – New Focus FCR 193, 45:04 [3/2/18] ****: Olivia De Prato’s solo violin outing, the 45-minute Streya, is unconventional, idiosyncratic and eclectic. De Prato has previously been a member of John Zorn’s Arcana Orchestra (see 2014’s Fragmentations, Prayers and Interjections). That little bit of musical history should give […]
This is a glorious finale of a legendary bassist.
An irrepressible outing from an engaging organ trio!
Transplanting the legacy of Alan Lomax into the jazz lexicon.
Scandinavian-inspired jazz from a Denver trumpeter.
A quartet from the ‘other’ side of jazz/improvised music.