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Wherever I Will Be

Wherever I Will Be

Tom Barton

Self Produced

Reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

9 Paredes

9 Paredes

Alfredo Balcacer

Self Produced

Reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Night at the Movies

Night at the Movies

Svetlana Shmulyian

Starr Records

Reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

McModal

McModal

Markos Chaidemenos

Self Produced

Reviewed by Phillip Woolever

Mean

Mean

The NYChillharmonic

Self Produced

Reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Seductive Fantasy

Seductive Fantasy

Sun Ra Arkestra

Strut Records

Reviewed by Ian Patterson

So Many Beautiful Men, So Little Time

So Many Beautiful Men, So Little Time

Linda Carone

Linda Carone Music

Reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Night at the Movies

Night at the Movies

Svetlana Shmulyian

Starr Records

Reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Revolution

Revolution

Joan Torres's All Is Fused

Self Produced

Reviewed by Paul Naser

Chelada

Chelada

Polyrhythmics

Color Red

Reviewed by Joe Gatto

Did Mark Murphy Believe in UFOS?

Did Mark Murphy Believe in UFOS?

Tony Adamo

Ropeadope Records

Reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello

Santa Baby

Santa Baby

Rebecca Angel

Timeless Groove Records

Reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Assembly Of Shadows

Assembly Of Shadows

Remy Le Boeuf

Soundspore Records

Reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Fate Alchemy

Fate Alchemy

Pam Taylor

Red Door Artistry

Reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The Bakersfield Sound

The Bakersfield Sound

Various Artists

Bear Family

Reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Get Carter

Get Carter

Roy Budd

Cherry Red Records

Reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


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