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Radio & Podcasts

Jazz with Esbjorn Svensson, Damian Erskine, John Scofield and Steve Khan

Read "Jazz with Esbjorn Svensson, Damian Erskine, John Scofield and Steve Khan" reviewed by Len Davis


A jazzy start to the program this week with music from the late Esbjorn Svensson, Damian Erskine, the late Michael Brecker, John Scofield, Yellowjackets and Steve Khan. Playlist Esbjorn Svensson “Dodge The Dodo" from Esbjorn Svensson Trio (ACT Music) 00:00 Damian Erskine “Within Sight" from Within Sight (Nontek) 09:51 Michael Brecker “Night Jessamine" from Wide Angles (Verve) 19:42 John Scofield “Wabash 3" from Time On My Hands (Blue Note) 29:34 Yellowjackets “Sea Folk" from Twenty Five (Heads Up) ...

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Liner Notes

Steve Khan: Arrows

Read "Steve Khan: Arrows" reviewed by AAJ Staff


By Steve Khan With The Blue Man not selling as well as Tightrope, Dr. George Butler requested that I have a co-producer for the next CD. I was lucky to be able to land the engineering / production talents of my old and dear friend, Elliot Scheiner. Elliot and I had recorded together on countless sessions, but perhaps most people link us together because it was Elliot who recommended me to Donald Fagen and Walter Becker for AJA, which, of ...

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Steve Khan: Patchwork

Read "Steve Khan: Patchwork" reviewed by Rafael Vega Curry


Few artists have been as successful as Steve Khan in achieving a genuine blend of jazz and Latin sensibilities, rhythms and sonorities. In fact, it can be suggested that no one else has done what he has accomplished for the jazz guitar, offering both the extensions of what Wes Montgomery, Kenny Burrell and Grant Green did in their day, plus the real sabor latino. Khan, of course, is one of the preeminent guitarists of the last few decades, ...

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Radio & Podcasts

John McLaughlin Live from 1990, Steve Khan Live in Koln and David Binney

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Dennis Chambers from Groove and More, John McLaughlin from Live at Royal festival Hall, Steve Khan from The Suitcase Live in Koln, Plus ARC Trio, Sixun and Scott Kinsey. Playlist Dennis Chambers “Virtual Life" from Groove and More (Soul Trade) 00:00 John McLaughlin “Florianapolis" from Live at Royal Festival Hall 1990 (JMT) 07:50 David Binney “Massive Humanity" from Anacapa (Criss Cross) 15:41 Steve Khan “Uncle Roy" from The Suitcase (Tone Centre) 23:34 ARC Trio “Joan Miro" from ARC ...

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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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Album Review

ARC Trio and the John Daversa Big Band: ARCeology: The Music of MSM Schmidt

Read "ARCeology: The Music of MSM Schmidt" reviewed by Jim Worsley


What would happen if fusion, already a hybrid of musical genres, was compounded with the sound of big-band? Further, that both genres were stretched well outside the box? An ensemble of bright musical minds came together on just such a project. The results could have been the disastrous soup of too many cooks in the kitchen or, perhaps, something special and creative. Fortunately, they served up an entree which is very much the latter. It starts with quality ...

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Radio & Podcasts

Gergo Borlai, Simon Phillips, Steve Khan, Vital Information, Scott Jones

Read "Gergo Borlai, Simon Phillips, Steve Khan, Vital Information, Scott Jones" reviewed by Len Davis


Hungarian drummer Gergo Borlai, Simon Phillips Protocol V, Steve Khan, Vital Information and Scott Jones plus Petite Blonde Live in Germany featuring Bill Evans -Saxophone and Dennis Chambers. Playlist Gergo Borlai “Keith" from The Missing Song (Blue Canoe) 00:00 Simon Phillips “When The Cats Away" from Protocol V (Phantom) 06:59 Steve Khan"Dr Slump" from Eyewitness (Antilles) 13:47 Vital Information “Come On In" from Come On In (Tone Centre) 20:46 Gerald Gradwohl “Positive Grid" from Episode 6 (Self Produced ...


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