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Album Review

Joel Ross: Nublues

Read "Nublues" reviewed by Chris May


Planning this, his fourth album as leader on Blue Note, Joel Ross set out to connect with a wider audience, to make things a little easier for listeners. The vibraphonist and composer says that, with hindsight, his previous work for the label has been too focused on the musicians in his band and rife with devices such as time and tempo changes which may have limited appeal for lay listeners. Thinking about the album during pandemic-enforced social isolation, Ross says ...

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Radio & Podcasts

Jeremy Dutton, Laurent Cugny, Peter Epstein, Aki Rissanen & More

Read "Jeremy Dutton, Laurent Cugny, Peter Epstein, Aki Rissanen & More" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


The Fender Rhodes is back and everywhere (actually, it never left)! And so is Peter Epstein almost a decade after his acclaimed album Polarities, and with a new sextet! We'll get all of that, and more, in this edition of Mondo Jazz.Happy listening!Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Laurent Cugny Tentet “Salamero" Zeitgeist (Frémeaux) 0:16 Host talks 8:10 Aki Rissanen “Love Song" Hyperreal (Edition) 9:29 Host talks 15:02 Matthew ...

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Album Review

Yuval Amihai: My 90s Summer

Read "My 90s Summer" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


This fourth album from Yuval Amihai takes inspiration from the halcyon days of a summer long past, recalling formative experiences of a youth spent in the desert city of Beer Sheva in Israel. But it also draws heavily on the guitarist's globetrotting as an adult, looking toward years spent in France and a new life in New York. A work supported by those broad interests and influences spanning decades, My 90s Summer is nevertheless a remarkably focused date showcasing a ...


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