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Content by tag "Lonnie Liston Smith"

ARTICLE: IN PICTURES

Norfolk Waterfront Jazz Festival 2017

Read "Norfolk Waterfront Jazz Festival 2017" reviewed by Mark Robbins

They were the last act of the two night 35th Annual Norfolk Waterfront Jazz Festival held July 14 and 15 at Town Point Park. Because of inclement weather the festival had to be moved inside to the 46 year old Scope Arena. The star studded smooth jazz festival featured Russ Freeman with the Rippingtons, Najee, Pieces ...

Steve Lehman & Sélébéyone: Sélébéyone

Read "Sélébéyone" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Steve Lehman's critically acclaimed albums have been topping national polls for more than half a decade. It's all the more an achievement when considering Lehman's unique, cerebral and ever-changing approach to artistic creation. His most recent project, Sélébéyone takes its name from this new group that Lehman founded in 2015. It incorporates elements of spectral music--where ...

ARTICLE: GENERAL ARTICLES

Arancio, nero e nostalgia: tempo di ristampe in casa Impulse!

Read "Arancio, nero e nostalgia: tempo di ristampe in casa Impulse!" reviewed by Luca Canini

Piovono ristampe in casa Impulse!. Un diluvio benedetto a tinte arancionere che riporta sugli scaffali dei negozi classicissimi e rarità a prezzi stracciati. Non il massimo l'operazione dal punto di vista filologico: grafica discutibile, copertine originali incrociate grossolanamente, rimasterizzazione discreta ma non eccelsa, note riprodotte in miniatura e in alcuni casi praticamente illeggibili; ma il rapporto ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Carl Bartlett, Jr. First Set at the Kitano: Jazz At Kitano

Read "Carl Bartlett, Jr. First Set at the Kitano: Jazz At Kitano" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante



Carl Bartlett, Jr.
Jazz At Kitano
New York, NY
September 25, 2014

Alto saxophonist Carl Bartlett, Jr.'s musical bloodlines run deep. The son of Carl Bartlett, Sr. and nephew of Charles Bartlett (who formed an R&B show and dance band “The Bartlett Contemporaries"), Carl, Jr. has ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Lonnie Liston Smith, Roy Hargrove at New Morning

Read "Lonnie Liston Smith, Roy Hargrove at New Morning" reviewed by Patricia Myers

Lonnie Liston Smith, Roy Hargrove
New Morning
Paris, France
July 23, August 1, 2014

Among the nightly summer concerts staged at New Morning in Paris was a double dose of electronic funk and neo-soul sounds by multi-keyboardist Lonnie Liston Smith and trumpeter Roy Hargrove. Each played to capacity audiences on humid ...

Mansur Scott: Great Voices of Harlem

Read "Mansur Scott: Great Voices of Harlem" reviewed by Larry Reni Thomas

Those of us who know better laughed, snickered, recently, when we read that Harlem-based vocalist extraordinaire Mansur Scott was a “rising star." We will agree that he is definitely a “star" because he always shines when he sings. His first album, Sometimes Forgotten Sometimes Remembered (Pao Records, 2010), was excellent and caught the attention of a ...

ARTICLE: THE VINYL POST

Roland Kirk: The Limelight/Verve Albums

Read "Roland Kirk: The Limelight/Verve Albums" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

Several years ago when this writer was looking for rarities to include in the column Jazz From the Vinyl Junkyard, the chances for the medium to make a huge comeback seemed to be slim at best. Fast forward and it seems that vinyl is the new black, with efforts to market it to a fresh and ...

Gregory Porter, Donald Smith, Mansur Scott: Great Voices Of Harlem

Read "Great Voices Of Harlem" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Great Voices Of Harlem showcases the vocal talents of three most fascinating jazz singers--Gregory Porter, Donald Smith and Mansur Scott. Ably supported by Paul Zauner's Blue Brass, the vocalists put their very individual stamps on some classic songs. The result is a stylish, classy, recording.

Scott gets the lion's share of credits, with appearances ...

ARTICLE: PROFILES

Marcus Miller: Renaissance Man

Read "Marcus Miller: Renaissance Man" reviewed by Pheralyn Dove

[Editor's Note: On Sunday, November 25, 2012, All About Jazz learned that Marcus Miller sustained non-life-threatening injuries during a bus crash on the A2 highway in central Switzerland. Unfortunately, the driver was killed in the accident. Online sources report that the bus was carrying 13 people, including two drivers and the 11 members Miller's band. The ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

George Barron @ Cheltenham Center for the Arts on March 7th

George Barron @ Cheltenham Center for the Arts on March 7th

Appearing at the Cheltenham Center for the Arts, 439 Ashbourne Rd, Cheltenham, PA on March 7th 2012 will be saxophonist George Barron and his band, featuring pianist Farid Barron, bassist Tyrone Brown, and drummer Alan Nelson. One show: 7:30-9PM. Tickets: $10/$5 for students. No advance sales. Free Refreshments! For info: 215-517-8337. This Jazz Bridge Neighborhood Concert Series is sponsored ...


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