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Steve Hunt, Mike Miller, The Trackers, Markus Reuter And Lee Puckett

Read "Steve Hunt, Mike Miller, The Trackers, Markus Reuter And Lee Puckett" reviewed by Len Davis

Steve Hunt featuring Allan Holdsworth, Mike Miller with his new release Trust; more from The Trackers with Gary Husband and Kentucky bassist Lee Puckett. Playlist Steve Hunt “Wring It Out" from From Your Heart and Soul Spice Rack) 00:00 Cristian Tamblay “Revolutions" from Revolutions (Self Produced) 06:59 Mike Miller “Bipolar Bear" from Trust (Blue Canoe) 13:43 The Trackers “The Middle Distance" from Vaudeville 8:45 (Abstract Logix) 20:43 Markus Reuter “Rounds of Love" from Truce 2 (Moonjune) 27:48 Lee ...

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John McLaughlin, Jeremy Green, Steve Hunt, Stephan Thelen and Dave Holland

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We continue with our random selections of new releases from 2021 including John McLaughlin, Steve Hunt, Stephan Thelen and Benjamin Croft. Playlist John McLaughlin “As The Spirit Sings" from Liberation Time (Abstract Logix) 00:00 Benjamin Croft “Brock" from Far & Distant Things (Ubuntu) 06:24 Jeremy Green “Michael And Me" from Standing 8 (Self Produced) 12:39 Justin Rothberg “Green Room" from Hurricane Mouse (Self Produced) 19:05 Cory Wong “Assassin" from Assassin (Roundwound Media) 25:29 Steve Hunt “Now's The Time" ...

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New Music And Old Favourites In Jazz-Rock

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The new release from keyboardist Steve Hunt Connections includes an impressive list of musicians. Jimmy Haslip Alex Machacek and Virgil Donati to name just a few. Also music from Simon Phillips from his Out Of The Blue live album and Frank Gambale Stuart Hamm and Steve Smith. Playlist Steve Hunt “Quantum Entanglement" from Connections (Spice Rack) 00:00 Steve Hunt “le Zonage Trois" from Connections (Spice Rack) 07:55 John Abercrombie “Lungs" from Timeless (ECM) 15:36 Simon Phillips “Indian Summer" ...

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New and recent releases, plus live recordings

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New music from pianist Steve Hunt, New York bassist Al Garcia and Sweden's Derupeto. Playlist Steve Hunt “Connections" from Connections (Spice Rack) 00:00 Al Garcia “Between Worlds" from Between Worlds (Self Produced) 08:03 Roger Burn “Clusters Last Stand" from Trilogy a Tribute to Roger Burn (Blue Canoe) 15:52 Derupeto “Bahia" from Derupeto (Noble Records) 23:51 Tim Hagens-Bob Belden “Animation/Imagination" from Re:Animation Live (Blue Note) 31:45 Janek Gwizdala “And Another Thing" from Mystery To Me (Self Produced) 39:50 Matt ...

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New and recent releases in jazz fusion

Read "New and recent releases in jazz fusion" reviewed by Len Davis

Today we feature the new album from Steve Hunt Connections, which features many superb musicians. Steve has not released many albums of his own over the years, but has worked with many great musicians all around the world including Allan Holdsworth and Virgil Donati also music from guitarist Scott Jones from his album Fictional Characters, Oz Noy and Brazillain drummer Igor Willcox. Playlist Steve Hunt “Memories of Sherwood" from Connections (Self Produced) 00:00 Steve Hunt “Now is the ...

Album Review

Scott Jones: Fictional Characters

Read "Fictional Characters" reviewed by Mike Jacobs

Let's face it, if you're an electric guitarist with high-level jazz fusion chops, there are certain inevitabilities. Merely treading (or in this case stomping) through the stylistic domains of Tribal Tech, Allan Holdsworth, The Chick Corea Elektric Band and the like means stepping into the quicksand of comparison to such behemoths of the genre, so one had better come prepared. With his latest offering Fictional Characters, guitarist Scott Jones does not shrink from those comparisons; he in fact stands up ...

Album Review

Mars Williams: An Ayler Xmas Vol. 4: Chicago vs. NYC

Read "An Ayler Xmas Vol. 4: Chicago vs. NYC" reviewed by Mark Corroto

For more than a decade, Mars Williams has been making (to borrow a phrase) Christmas music great again. He does so by exchanging the saccharine for the sublime, intersecting holiday classics with the music of Albert Ayler. Born out of his Chicago Ayler repertory band which can be heard on Witches And Devils At The Empty Bottle</em> (Knitting Factory Records, 2000), Williams applied the Gospel and spiritual nature of Ayler's methodology to Xmas music. While the eponymously titled first volume ...


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