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35 Days in May: Bo Bo Bazinsky In the Bronx

Read "Bo Bo Bazinsky In the Bronx" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


One of the most attractive things about jazz in the 21st Century is its polyglot nature. No longer is it the music of the classic trumpet-tenor saxophone quintet playing transmogrified blues and show tunes. Today, influences as disparate at Eastern Indian drones and Karl Stockhausen electronica, are tossed into the beaker on the stir plate with the rate at 1000 rpm. It's rare to find anyone who takes greater glee in shattering the jazz status quo than pianist Jeff Kaye, ...

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Jeff Kaye: Just Like Me

Read "Just Like Me" reviewed by Jack Bowers


This breezy, boppish blowing session by Los Angeles-based trumpeter Jeff Kaye's quintet calls to mind Blue Note dates from the '50s and '60s featuring the likes of Lee Morgan, Horace Silver, Wynton Kelly, Freddie Hubbard, McCoy Tyner, Cedar Walton, Wayne Shorter, Tommy Flanagan, and so many others. It's most likely not destined to become a classic, as some of those earlier albums were, but is nonetheless bright and agreeable on its own terms.

As was often the case with the ...


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