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Noah Baerman: Soul Force

Read "Soul Force" reviewed by Celeste Sunderland


A gregarious energy triumphs through pianist Noah Baerman's compositions. Jubilant and free at their core, they prosper with a stamina similar to that which propelled Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. on his mission toward human equality and understanding. Soul Force was inspired by King, and with three tracks named for significant events in the Civil Rights movement, it exists as a musical history that reminds listeners of the relevance of King's message almost four decades after his death.

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Noah Baerman: Patch Kit

Read "Patch Kit" reviewed by Joel Roberts


I’d never heard of pianist Noah Baerman before receiving his new album; I’d also never heard of EDS, a serious condition affecting the body’s connective tissue from which the 30-year-old suffers. And I probably wouldn’t mention EDS at the top of this review was it not for the fact that Baerman intended Patch Kit as both a fund- and consciousness-raiser for the little known condition. According to the liner notes, EDS makes sustained physical exertion difficult and ...


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