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Category: Jazz CD Reviews
A mellow finish to the third year of Newvelle Records audiophile vinyl releases…
“Chord-less” jazz that is melodically enticing.
Large ensemble jazz with unique influences.
Colin Edwin and Lorenzo Feliciati – Twinscapes Vol. 2: A Modern Approach to the Dancefloor – RareNoise
What’s better than one bass? Two, of course!
A release that is filled with strong musical impressions
A masterful collection of unexpected modern rock covers.
An enigmatic but compelling use of oddly chosen anthems performed in the spirit of Dutch Free Jazz.
This album reveals an uncluttered attitude to modern jazz creativity
A delicious re-issue on vinyl with crisp and untempered sound
Tenor sax and strings equals spontaneous music.
Howard McGhee is a link in the trumpet chain from Dizzy Gillespie to Fats Navarro to Clifford Brown
A good beginning makes a good end!
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.