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ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

FORQ at The World Cafe Live

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FORQ
The World Café Live
Philadelphia PA
July 31 2017

One can be well-versed in the two (whoops, now three) albums worth of music by FORQ, (and in the music from the other bands the individual members hail from) and still not be totally prepared for the impact of ...

Nate Smith: Kinfolk: Postcards From Everywhere

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To get right to it, rarely does a first effort as leader come along that is so worthy of attention. With Postcards From Everywhere, Nate Smith has offered a many-faceted jewel whose luster only grows with re-examination.

On one level, this is indeed an album that satisfies the requisite expectations for a debut from ...

ARTICLE: REDISCOVERY

Trilok Gurtu: Bad Habits Die Hard

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Trilok Gurtu
Bad Habits Die Hard
Art of Groove
2014 (1996)

Well, it's been a good couple weeks since the last Rediscovery, leaving the pile of potential choices even higher than usual. So what better way to resume operations than to revisit an album that already sounded terrific when it was first released in ...

ARTICLE: REDISCOVERY

Lost Tribe: Lost Tribe

Read "Lost Tribe: Lost Tribe" reviewed by John Kelman

Lost Tribe
Lost Tribe
Windham Hill Jazz
1993

Today's Rediscovery ultimately jumpstarted the careers of five young musicians who have since gone on to varying degrees of greater fame and exposure. While not necessarily household names, few who follow the contemporary jazz scene will be unaware of saxophonist David Binney, guitarists Adam Rogers and ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Lost Tribe: Many Lifetimes

Read "Many Lifetimes" reviewed by AAJ Staff

It is good to hear more of this phenomenal jazz unit. From their debut self-titled release in 1992 to Soulfish in 1993 it was pure ecstasy for me to try to keep up with all this band's hyper-kinetic twists and turns. They could Coltrane soothe, they could play heavy metallic fusion, they would rap to jazz, ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Lost Tribe: Many Lifetimes

Read "Many Lifetimes" reviewed by AAJ Staff

It is good to hear more of this phenomenal jazz unit. From their debut self-titled release in 1992 to Soulfish in 1993 it was pure ecstasy for me to try to keep up with all this band's hyper-kinetic twists and turns. They could Coltrane soothe, they could play heavy metallic fusion, they would rap to jazz, ...