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Uli Beckerhoff: Diversity

Read "Diversity" reviewed by Ian Patterson

German trumpeter/composer Uli Beckerhoff has dedicated half a century to his craft, earning numerous plaudits and awards along the way. His collaborations have been many and varied, as evidenced on the career retrospective 70 (Dot Time Records, 2017), a double CD compilation featuring collaborations with John Abercrombie, Palle Danielsson, Norma Winstone, John Marshall, Arild Andersen and ...

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Dot Time Records Welcomes Catherine Russell

Dot Time Records Welcomes Catherine Russell

Dot Time Records is honored to announce that it has signed Catherine Russell, a celebrated vocalist and one of the greatest voices in jazz and blues, to release her upcoming album. The label and artist are joining forces with the shared goal of enriching the contemporary music scene with the release of new tracks, renditions of ...

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Ingi Bjarni Trio: Fundur

Read "Fundur" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Hailing from Reykjavik, pianist and composer Ingi Bjarni fluidly melds the extreme landscapes of his native Iceland with an innate, resilient melodicism that shifts willfully within the body of his music like a slideshow of the wild Icelandic terrain. Translated roughly as 'finding/discovery' or 'to have found something' Fundur immediately captures the ear with ...

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Gene Krupa Quartet: The Gene Krupa Quartet: Live 1966!

Read "The Gene Krupa Quartet: Live 1966!" reviewed by Richard J Salvucci

This was a period, late in Gene Krupa's career, when he really wasn't up to much, or so some critics said. Whether that's fair or not is not for me to say. When Krupa appeared in the summer of 1965 at the Steel Pier in jny: Atlantic City he only rated second billing to The Supremes. ...

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Oscar Del Barba OX Trio: OX

Read "OX" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

L'OX Trio è una formazione molto paritetica, ben piantata nella tradizione ma con spiccate originalità, messa in piedi dal non ancora cinquantenne pianista bresciano Oscar Del Barba, autore di tutte le dieci composizioni in programma in questo disco. Il trio attraversa numerose dimensioni, tralasciando del tutto la più “ovvia"--quella degli standard--e ispirandosi ora alle ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Vocalist/Pianist/Songwriter Nicole Zuraitis's "Hive Mind" - New Release On Dot Time Records!

Vocalist/Pianist/Songwriter Nicole Zuraitis's "Hive Mind" - New Release On Dot Time Records!

Nicole Zuraitis: Hive Mind An Exciting Mix of Originals, Jazz & Pop! APAP Performance January 12, 2018 10pm at 55 Bar! 55 Bar Residency 2018 Begins February 8th January 12- APAP Performance at 55 Bar- 10pm Dan Pugach Nonet featuring Nicole Zuratis Nicole Zuraitis: Voice

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Bobby Selvaggio: Quantum Man

Read "Quantum Man" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

For lack of a better description, the latest project by Cleveland-based musician Bobby Selvaggio is a melding of textures between the saxophonist's jazz quartet and a string quintet consisting of two violins, two violas, and cello. It's a heady assignment that many have tried over the years. In fact, there have been more failures in this ...

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Shez Raja: Gurutopia

Read "Gurutopia" reviewed by James Nadal

With its aggressive combination of jazz, rock, and funk, fusion has remained a contemporary sound in a state of constant reinvention, introducing a fresh audience into the fold, bringing with them futuristic attitudes and perceptions. This electrified mutation of jazz, has seen its share of imitators, yet, when properly performed, remains vital. Shez Raja has taken ...

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Ola Onabulé: It's The Peace That Deafens

Read "It's The Peace That Deafens" reviewed by James Nadal

Success in the music business can offer the artist several choices, to continue doing what is popular, or decide to take music in a personal direction. With a respected discography going back to 1995, and having pushed the edge of soul-pop in the UK and Europe, versatile vocalist Ola Onabule opts for expanding upon his diverse ...

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National Jazz Ensemble: Featuring Gerry Mulligan

Read "Featuring Gerry Mulligan" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Any new CD whose cover proclaims “Featuring Gerry Mulligan" is guaranteed to turn heads, raise antennae and whip up interest. This one, on which Mulligan performs with the then-three-year-old National Jazz Ensemble, was recorded February 19, 1977, in a sold-out auditorium at the New School in New York City. In his liner notes, trumpeter David Berger ...


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