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David Ullmann talks Jazz Guitar

Read "David Ullmann talks Jazz Guitar" reviewed by Nick Davies

This week we talk to David Ullmann about his new album Sometime. We then mix up new releases and tracks from the archives with a special focus on the album of the week, Cycle by Rain Sultanov & Isfar Sarabski

Playlist Alfredo Rodriguez & Pedrito Martinez “El Punta Cubano" from Duologue (Mack Avenue ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Kirk Knuffke: Arms & Hands

Read "Arms & Hands" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Sometime, watch children as they eat the M&Ms. They will separate the colors into several piles--green, red, brown, yellow, orange, and blue. It's not that each color tastes different, except for maybe blue--I don't remember ever seeing that color before. Nonetheless, they go about savoring each color batch as an independent experience. Those little candies come ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

The David Ullmann 8: Corduroy

Read "Corduroy" reviewed by Dave Wayne

I have to admit to suffering a bit of cognitive dissonance upon listening to David Ullmann's Corduroy. Ullmann's original compositions, expertly played by an ensemble comprised of Brooklyn's top-drawer modern jazz talent, are ostensibly inspired by television themes from the 70s. For me, 70s television themes evoke gritty, urban sounds full of clavinet, fuzz-wah Rhodes, funky ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

David Ullmann Quintet: Falling

Read "Falling" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Sette brani scritti da David Ullmann compongono la scaletta del suo Falling, album con il quale il chitarrista di base a New York riprende e dà seguito al suo percorso da leader iniziato con il precedente Hidden del 2005. In questa nuova occasione si avvale del fondamentale supporto - per quel che riguarda il sentiero melodico dei ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

David Ullmann: Hidden

Read "Hidden" reviewed by Stephen Latessa

Like an ace pitcher, guitarist and composer David Ullmann keeps us on our toes with a wily array of different looks, angles and spins on Hidden. There is a sense of movement throughout the tracks, as if one were wandering through a city and passing through various neighborhoods. Tabla and Fender Rhodes are employed, along with ...