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Eric Harland: Voyager Live by Night

Read "Voyager Live by Night" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

The long wait for Eric Harland's debut release is understandable. One of modern jazz's most dynamic and in-demand drummers, he's been a little preoccupied: early stints with Terence Blanchard and Wynton Marsalis; high profile gigs with Kurt Rosenwinkel, McCoy Tyner, and The Monterey Quartet; and tenures with the SFJAZZ Collective and Charles Lloyd's ensembles, are just ...

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Eric Harland: Voyager Live By Night

Read "Voyager Live By Night" reviewed by John Kelman

In the space of a few short years, he's become drummer of choice for icons like saxophonist Charles Lloyd and bassist Dave Holland, established next-generationers including trumpeter Terence Blanchard and guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel, and young up-and-comers such as pianists Taylor Eigsti and Aaron Parks. Behind all of them--and as a member of the SFJAZZ Collective since ...

Bill Mobley: Moodscape

Read "Bill Mobley: Moodscape" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello

Bill Mobley

Moodscape

Space Time Records

2008

A major magazine's annual jazz awards poll used to incorporate a category called: “Talent Deserving Wider Recognition." If there ever was an under-the-radar talent worthy of that award, trumpeter Bill Mobley (prounounced mobb-lee) is 2008's winner hands down. And based upon his superb playing ...

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Continuum: Act One

Read "Act One" reviewed by Jon Opstad

The first thing to notice about this album, which consists of eight studio tracks recorded in Paris and one live track, is the lineup. Any recording putting together a sextet of this calibre is worth a listen and the results here certainly do not disappoint.

There is very much a feel of collaboration to ...