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ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Joe Alterman Trio with John Sandfort at The Jazz Corner

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The Joe Alterman Trio with John Sandfort
The Jazz Corner
Hilton Head Island
October 12-13, 2018

The Joe Alterman Trio played back-to-back nights at The Jazz Corner on Hilton Head Island, with special guest John Sandfort joining on tenor saxophone. The quartet played two openers together before Sandfort ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

A Conversation with Harold O'Neal

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Harold O'neal's latest release, the solo piano album titled Piano Cinema, is a distinctively curated collection of songs that highlight Harold's excellent piano abilities while taking you on a subtle filmic journey.

Join Harold and me as we talk about Beyonce, Ahmad Jamal, the sounds of film, and other unrelated but connected subjects. ...

Meet Nora Sheehan Schaaf

Read "Meet Nora Sheehan Schaaf" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper

Before we jump into November's column, we'd like to know: Are YOU a jazz super fan? If you are and you'd like to be featured in an upcoming column, click here and send us a message!

Nora Sheehan Schaaf, along with her husband, Homer, has been going out to hear live jazz ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Binker & Moses At London's Jazz Cafe

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Binker & Moses
Jazz Cafe
London
September 12, 2018

Binker & Moses began life around five years ago, when saxophonist Binker Golding and drummer Moses Boyd started playing ferocious, free-association duets during pre-performance sound checks as members of Zara McFarlane's band. Both musicians still tour and record with ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Shane Dylan: When It All Makes Sense

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Shane Dylan is a young pianist studying at Boston's New England Conservatory who has put out a debut CD that tries to show the breadth of his musical interests. It is split into two halves, the first with more groove-oriented material, the second going in a more mainstream jazz direction.

The first half covers ...

ARTICLE: PROFILES

SFJAZZ: Decades After, Five Years In

Read "SFJAZZ: Decades After, Five Years In" reviewed by Arthur R George

Five years after the jny: San Francisco, California organization SFJAZZ created its own building, the SFJAZZ Center, it has proved a raving, even rampaging, success, unrelenting in programming, sales, education, and music production. Its number of concerts has doubled from 248 to more than 500. Its membership has increased by almost 200% to more than 14,000. ...

Erroll Garner: Night Concert

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It's the jazz equivalent of finding a Van Gogh or a Ming vase in the attic: the discovery of a complete, perfectly-recorded 1964 concert by one of the music's greatest virtuoso solo pianists. In the beginning was Art Tatum. Then came Oscar Peterson. Finally--and in many ways the most interesting of the holy trinity--Erroll Garner.

Erroll Garner: Night Concert

Read "Night Concert" reviewed by Chris Mosey

It's the jazz equivalent of finding a Van Gogh or a Ming vase in the attic: the discovery of a complete 1964 perfectly recorded concert by one of the music's greatest virtuoso solo pianists. In the beginning was Art Tatum. Then came Oscar Peterson. Finally--and in many ways the most interesting of the holy trinity--was Erroll ...

NEWS: BIRTHDAY

Jazz Musician of the Day: Ahmad Jamal

Jazz Musician of the Day: Ahmad Jamal

All About Jazz is celebrating Ahmad Jamal's birthday today!

In 1951, Mr. Jamal first recorded \'Ahmad\'s Blues\' on Okeh Records. His arrangement of the folk tune \'Billy Boy\', and \'Poinciana\' (not his original composition), also stem from this period. In 1955, he recorded his first Argo (Chess) Records album that included \'New Rhumba\', \'Excerpts From ...

Yusef Lateef: The Doctor Is In ...And Out

Read "The Doctor Is In ...And Out" reviewed by Chris May

The soul-jazz albums Yusef Lateef recorded for Atlantic between 1967 and 1976, of which The Doctor Is In...And Out is the tenth and final release, may prove to be among his most enduring releases. That suggestion will not chime with the sentiments of many of Lateef's longtime fans, who who dismiss the Atlantics as sell-outs and ...