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Alphonse Mouzon: In Search Of A Dream

Read "In Search Of A Dream" reviewed by Chris May

2018 is the 50th anniversary of the founding of the distinguished German jazz label MPS. To mark the occasion, the label's catalogue of over 400 albums has been released on download, and a vinyl and CD remastering and reissue programme has begun. Alphonse Mouzon's In Search Of A Dream is among the first of these discs. ...

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Bathed in Lightning: John McLaughlin, the 60s and the Emerald Beyond by Colin Harper

Read "Bathed in Lightning: John McLaughlin, the 60s and the Emerald Beyond by Colin Harper" reviewed by John Kelman

Bathed in Lightning: John McLaughlin, the 60s and the Emerald Beyond
Colin Harper
480 Pages
ISBN: 978-1908279514
Jawbone
2014

Few guitarists in the history of jazz have leapt onto the scene the way John McLaughlin did when the relatively new British expat made two very different appearances on albums ...

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Stu Goldberg: Eye of the Beholder

Read "Eye of the Beholder" reviewed by John Kelman

The measure of an artist's worth is his entire oeuvre, not simply a specific moment in time, a particular group or a single release. Still, while keyboardist Stu Goldberg never made the name for himself that he should have as a member of John McLaughlin's mid-'70s Mahavishnu Orchestra and late-'70s One Truth Band and as a ...

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Stu Goldberg / Cassius Khan: Dark Clouds

Read "Dark Clouds" reviewed by John Kelman

Stu Goldberg garnered initial attention as a member of John McLaughlin's mid to late-1970s Mahavishnu Orchestra and One Truth Band, but the keyboardist seemed to disappear off the map soon after. In the intervening years he's been busy as a film scorer and has recently begun to re-established himself as a leader on a series of ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Stu Goldberg: Amazing Dedication

Read "Stu Goldberg: Amazing Dedication" reviewed by Walter Kolosky

You never know where the trip will take you. One day you are a teenaged musician sharing the stage with the greatest jazz and rock players in the world. Another day, thirty years later, you are comfortably ensconced in your own recording studio laying down tracks for the hit TV series The Amazing Race.

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Stu Goldberg: Dedication

Read "Dedication" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Stu Goldberg cut his teeth working with some of the leading fusion practitioners of the day including Al DiMeola, John McLaughlin, Larry Coryell and Wayne Shorter. He also has an impressive list of credits for TV and film scores. For his latest recording endeavor as a leader, his fifth since 1982, Goldberg returns to the original ...

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Stu Goldberg: Dedications

Read "Dedications" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Stu Goldberg has fashioned what the scribes have dubbed as “Classical Jazz" and may be a bit more classical than pure jazz. Nonetheless it is a fine piece of work with brilliant playing by both Goldbergs and bassist Jeff Falkner. A minor irritant is the hard slap type drumming that is so alien to the “purist" ...