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Radio & Podcasts

Larry Goldings, Ingrid Laubrock, Zeno De Rossi, Espen Berg & More New Releases

Read "Larry Goldings, Ingrid Laubrock, Zeno De Rossi, Espen Berg & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


Bookended between the many sides of Larry Goldings and Ingrid Laubrock, the playlist features two new releases by drummer Zeno De Rossi, the sophomore release of Zoh Amba and the compelling new albums by Espen Berg and Jacob Garchik. Happy Listening! PlaylistBen Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Scary Goldings feat. John Scofield “The Shiner" Scary Goldings IV (Pockets, Inc.) 0:16 Host talks 4:12 Larry Goldings, Peter Bernstein, Bill Stewart “Little ...

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Live Review

Goldings / Bernstein / Stewart Organ Trio at Cuyahoga Community College

Read "Goldings / Bernstein / Stewart Organ Trio at Cuyahoga Community College" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan


Goldings / Bernstein / Stewart Organ Trio at Cuyahoga Community College Tri-C Metropolitan Auditorium Cleveland, Ohio April 3, 2022 The fickle nature of the music business and the smaller draw of jazz related projects in general, bodes against the likelihood of any one jazz group keeping a regular cast in place for any length of time. Even during the golden era of jazz, this scenario was a challenging preposition at best. This only makes it ...

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Album Review

Larry Goldings / Peter Bernstein / Bill Stewart: Toy Tunes

Read "Toy Tunes" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Just look at the cover art--the swirl of colors, the bodies drawn to the eye as misshapen designs, the beauteous blotches, the sturdy rhythms of angularity. In some ways it's almost inconceivable to imagine all of that acting as one, yet these images form a perfectly perceivable whole--a picture that feels like home yet sits in its own space, artfully different yet accessible and inviting. It's a perfect parallel for the work of these three master musicians, collectively viewed as ...

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Radio & Podcasts

Larry Goldings, Peter Bernstein, Bill Stewart Live @ BIMHUIS

Read "Larry Goldings, Peter Bernstein, Bill Stewart Live @ BIMHUIS" reviewed by BIMHUIS


For the second installment of BIMHUIS Radio on All About Jazz we present the full recording of the recent concert by Larry Goldings, Peter Bernstein & Bill Stewart held at BIMHUIS, in Amsterdam, on 31 May 2018. You'll hear a brilliant melting pot of groove, melody and swing by three phenomenal jazz heavyweights on Hammond organ, electric guitar and drums who have been playing as a trio for 30 years. Happy listening!

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What is Jazz?

Jazz, Suffering, and Meaning

Read "Jazz, Suffering, and Meaning" reviewed by Douglas Groothuis


“Primary progressive aphasia" was a disease I had not heard until March of 2014. Now it is darkly stained into my life, since it is the form of dementia that afflicts my wife, Rebecca Merrill Groothuis. As Rebecca and I walk down this road, we are not alone. We have our church, our friends, and our God to walk with us and help carry our load. One of God's gifts to me is jazz, which helps me stumble on without ...

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Album Review

Larry Goldings/Peter Bernstein/Bill Stewart: Ramshackle Serenade

Read "Ramshackle Serenade" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Few artistic partnerships are as delightfully durable as the trio of organist Larry Goldings, guitarist Peter Bernstein, and drummer Bill Stewart. These men have often recorded under the moniker of the “Larry Goldings Trio" over the past two-plus decades, but this has never been a band to favor one player over another. Each man has always owned equal shares in this group--demonstrated on strong showings like The Intimacy Of The Blues (Verve, 1991), Moonbird (Palmetto, 1999), and Sweet Science (Palmetto, ...

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Album Review

Larry Goldings: In My Room

Read "In My Room" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Sentimentality gets a raw deal in the eyes of many a jazz fan and journalist. Somewhere along the line, a lot of artists began indulging in overwrought expressions of emotion in an effort to artificially enhance their work with a sense of depth that might not truly exist, but that shouldn't taint the very idea of sentimentality in song. Pianist Larry Goldings' In My Room is the perfect example of music that thrives on small doses of the sentimental, and ...


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