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A Musical Tribute To Caffeine

Read "A Musical Tribute To Caffeine" reviewed by H William Stine

Caffeine—voted the #3 most popular way to stay awake during my show—right after thinking of words that rhyme with “constellation" and reliving your latest root canal (I'll let you figure out the order). Two hours of songs about coffee and tea and the singers who enjoy them, plus, to sweeten the cup, I've tossed in several ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Jazz Renditions of Blues, Soul, Pop & Rock Hits (Part 2)

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This week we continue our exploration of jazz interpretations of today's popular music, with renditions of the songs of artists ranging from Kraftwerk to Sly Stone, from Bjork to Frank Zappa, from J.J. Cale to Bob Marley and more.

Happy listening! And if you like this episode, check Part 1

Playlist ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Joy, Joy and More Joy

Read "Joy, Joy and More Joy" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Last week we were not quite done with our theme revolving around Jazz & Joy and playing tunes that either inspired joy or were inspired by the experience of joy by the artists who composed them. So here is more dopamine enhancing jazz for you. Music that should turn a grey day into a sunny one. ...

ARTICLE: IN PICTURES

Take Five with Sherry-Lynn Lee and George Paolini of 23rd Hour

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About 23rd Hour
For singer-songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Sherry-Lynn Lee and George Paolini, a chance meeting at an open mic transformed unlikely bedfellows into sympathetic artistic souls.

Together now, the duo, who perform under the moniker 23rd Hour, announces its debut album--Perfect Strangers--a body of original compositions and jazz standards that melds eclectic ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Celebrating Eddie Marshall: San Francisco, CA, February 19, 2012

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Celebrating Eddie Marshall
Yoshi's
San Francisco, CA
February 19, 2012

When a San Francisco Bay Area jazz musician passes, Bay Area jazz supporters come out in droves to pay their respects and to honor the one who passed. In announcing the passing of the great drummer Eddie Marshall, Jesse Hamlin wrote, for the San Francisco ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Umbria Jazz: Days 7-10, July 16-19, 2009

Read "Umbria Jazz: Days 7-10, July 16-19, 2009" reviewed by Michael J. West

Days 1-3 | Days 4-6 | Days 7-10
The final days of the 2009 Umbria Jazz Festival were an extravaganza of sorts for lovers of the piano. Topping the must-see list was avant-garde innovator Cecil Taylor, giving a solo concert on Friday at Teatro Morlacchi; but Ahmad Jamal and McCoy Tyner also appeared, and for ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Umbria Jazz: Days 1-3, July 10-12, 2009

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Days 1-3 | Days 4-6 | Days 7-10
“You know," said one American tourist to his friend as he walked past the tents on the first day of Umbria Jazz, “Ever since we got here last week this is all we've heard anyone talk about."

Small wonder. The 10-day, citywide festival is more than ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Tuck & Patti: I Remember You

Read "I Remember You" reviewed by Tom Greenland

I Remember You, from guitar/vocal duo Tuck & Patti, is the first in its catalogue to exclusively feature songs from the Great American Songbook. Originally inspired by the duets of Joe Pass and Ella Fitzgerald, the pair has been a marital and musical team for 30 years, evolving a crossover sound that draws on jazz, R&B, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Tuck & Patti: Paradise Found

Read "Paradise Found" reviewed by Dave Hughes



Tuck and Patti, guitar and vocal duo as well as husband and wife, offer up another helping of positive, optimistic musical brilliance on Paradise Found. I think they found paradise about twenty years ago, when they first began performing together. They both possess considerable chops, always utilized in exquisite taste and in perfect tandem. ...