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Album Review

Randy Bernsen: Heart Mind and Soul

Read "Heart Mind and Soul" reviewed by Geannine Reid


Randy Bernsen, a guitarist, and composer whose roots trace back to Needham, Massachusetts before embedding himself in the vibrant musical scene of South Florida, has long been a figure within the jazz and fusion communities. His journey began with early collaborations with Jaco Pastorius and has evolved into a rich solo career that spans over three decades. His eleventh studio album, Heart Mind and Soul, is a set of six songs guided by his vast experiences and brought to life ...

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Album Review

Oz Noy: Triple Play

Read "Triple Play" reviewed by Doug Collette


In the parlance of baseball, the triple play is one of the rarest occurrences in the game, a fielding opportunity relying as much on practice as experience. So it is altogether fitting that guitarist Oz Noy, drummer Dennis Chambers and bassist Jimmy Haslip title their live outing after this most unusual gambit; the trio's combined history and preternatural chemistry make for a singular outing, one in which camaraderie takes precedence over technique (although there is plenty of the latter).

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Radio & Podcasts

Yo Miles, Jing Chi, Mar Russo and Arc Trio with John Daversa Big Band

Read "Yo Miles, Jing Chi, Mar Russo and Arc Trio with John Daversa Big Band" reviewed by Len Davis


We finish our tour of Europe with German Band Metrik system and Hungarian band European Mantra. Jimmy Haslip, Vinnie Colaiuta and Robben Ford from Jing Chi, Yo Miles from Upriver and French Canadian guitarist Michel Cusson. Saxophonist Marc Russo with Benny Rietveld, Christian McBride band, German composer and keyboard placer MSM Schmidt and The ARC trio with The John Daversa Big Band from Arceology.Playlist Metrik System “Perception Ain't Reality" from Expectations (Self Produced) 00:00 European Mantra “Zakat" from ...

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Album Review

Jeff Richman: XYZ

Read "XYZ" reviewed by Jim Worsley


XYZ could perhaps reference any number of things. Sparing us that rabbit hole, in this case it references boundaries pushed to their fullest extent with some exceptional new music from fusion guitarist Jeff Richman. Richman's previous release, Sizzle (Nefer Records 2017) was/is a record that lives up to its name. There is something to be said about not putting out a record every eighteen months, twenty-four months, or any other calendar-driven period. It would seem that Richman threw away the ...

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Liner Notes

The Trackers featuring Gary Husband & Alf Terje Hana: Vaudeville 8:45

Read "The Trackers featuring Gary Husband & Alf Terje Hana: Vaudeville 8:45" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


What appears next on a resumé as weighty as Gary Husband's is always a matter of musical interest. Even with long and satisfying associations with legends like John McLaughlin and Allan Holdsworth, the talented drummer/keyboardist continually seeks different worthy and intriguing paths to explore--whatever his vehicle of expression. So when his latest project is co-led by a comparatively under-the-radar musician--in this case, Norwegian guitarist Alf Terje Hana--additional curiosity ensues. To that end, the story of their collaboration begins with both ...

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Album Review

Allan Holdsworth & Alan Pasqua: Proto-Cosmos

Read "Proto-Cosmos" reviewed by Jim Worsley


If the song title “Proto-Cosmos" brings Tony Williams to mind then step to the front of the class. Alan Pasqua's tune is featured on the drummer's 1975 album, Believe It (Columbia). The record is considered by some to be the best fusion album of all time. In addition to Pasqua and bassist Tony Newton, a young British guitarist named Allan Holdsworth introduced himself to the masses. Fast forward to 2022 and it has been five and a half years since ...

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Album Review

Marilyn Scott: The Landscape

Read "The Landscape" reviewed by Jim Worsley


Some artists feel obligated to put out a new record every one-point-three years, or whatever their factory warranty calls for (mileage may vary). Others are more interested in quality than quantity. On her first record since Standard Blue (Prana, 2017), jazz vocalist Marilyn Scott has something to say about The Landscape. More than the title track, Scott's concerns with our landscape is the scope and focus of seven original compositions, all co-written with pianists Russ Ferrante or Scott Kinsey. Scott ...


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