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Jim Ridl: Opening Doors in the Big Apple

Read "Jim Ridl: Opening Doors in the Big Apple" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

Something fresh and vital is in the air when a truly creative musician is about to release a new album. Jim Ridl's Door in a Field: Volume II: Songs of the Green River, an independent release, is full of surprises and rich in musical ideas. The album is set to be released in early Fall, and ...

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Luigi Di Nunzio: Inexistent

Read "Inexistent" reviewed by Luigi Sforza

Non si scorgono crepe né zone d'ombra nel disco da leader del sassofonista Luigi Di Nunzio. Inexistent documenta inequivocabilmente le qualità tecniche e creative del giovane musicista napoletano. Il progetto include buone composizioni; le improvvisazioni seguono un flusso di belle idee--che sanno farsi melodie, “urlo," ricognizione modernista sul sassofonismo americano--e posseggono doti di energica scorrevolezza e ...

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Carmen Lundy: Soul To Soul

Read "Soul To Soul" reviewed by James Nadal

There are records created through years of preparation and production that take a lifetime to achieve. Soul to Soul by vocalist Carmen Lundy, indeed falls in that category, yet defies categorization. Lundy is setting her own course, while other singers seek safe refuge in tepid covers of popular standards. She offers original material delivered with authenticity ...

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New CD From Vocalist Carmen Lundy, ‘soul To Soul’ Set For Release September 23

New CD From Vocalist Carmen Lundy, ‘soul To Soul’ Set For Release September 23

A Myriad Of Special Guests Including Patrice Rushen, Geri Allen, Randy Brecker, Simphiwe Dana, Bennie Maupin, Carol Robbins, Warren Wolf And More Los Angeles, CA. - “Soul To Soul,” a passionate new song cycle from vocalist, songwriter, producer and musician Carmen Lundy, is set for release September 23rd, 2014 via Afrasia Productions. “Soul To Soul”, Lundy’s ...

Dreambox Media: The Philadelphia Jazz Label

Read "Dreambox Media: The Philadelphia Jazz Label" reviewed by Mike Oppenheim

Any fan of the great American music that is jazz is surely aware that the art form's history depended on the convergence of geography, individual talents, and inspiration. Cities such as jny: New Orleans, jny: Kansas City, jny: Chicago, and New York are synonymous with particular styles of jazz. One often overlooked city is jny: Philadelphia, ...

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Nous N’Irons Pas a New York 2013

Read "Nous N’Irons Pas a New York 2013" reviewed by Patricia Myers

Nous N'Irons Pas a New York 2013Duc des LombardsParis, FranceJuly 23-30, 2013 Four American jazz stars performed as part of a two-month-long tribute to New York-style jazz at Duc des Lombards for its annual Nous N'Irons Pas a New York ("We're not going to New York") theme, indicating that New York/American ...

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Kenny Barron: Body and Soul

Kenny Barron: Body and Soul

Jimi Mentis in Athens has done it again. He sent along a link to this fabulous video, featuring pianist Kenny Barron at the 2010 Mariciac Jazz Festival in Marciac, France. Joining him are David Sanchez (tenor sax), Darryl Hall (bass) and Johnathan Blake (drums). Here's Body and Soul, Well You Needn't, a Duke Ellington-Billy Strayhorn medley ...

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Darryl Hall: Subtle Touch

Read "Subtle Touch" reviewed by AAJ Staff

While bassist Darryl Hall is more than a known quantity among the Philadelphia jazz community, he’s starting to record his vision and expand his recognition among the jazz community along the East Coast as well. Winner of the 1995 Thelonious Monk Jazz Competition on bass, Hall’s vision is one that is unlike that of many bassists ...

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Suzanne Cloud: With A Little Help From My Friends

Read "With A Little Help From My Friends" reviewed by Jim Santella

Quite a unique outing from singer/lyricist Suzanne Cloud, who has long graced the Philadelphia scene with her talents. From the witty satirical message of “Hey Kenny, Gee" through the Cedar Walton standard “Bolivia" to the lyrical and expressive ballad “Impossible," this 1995 recording crosses quite a few boundaries. As a lyricist, Cloud is able ...


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