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3x3: Piano Trios, vol. V

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Nick Sanders Trio
Playtime 2050
Sunnyside Records
2019

Nick Sanders understandably sees some turbulence ahead at the midpoint of the century (not to mention the decades leading up to it). Disturbing as this cover may seem, though, he and a couple adventurous trio-mates make sure this speculative portrait keeps its ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Ben Winkelman: Balance

Read "Balance" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Jazz, much like life, is an art of balance, a forever dance on the scales which keep our sanity and existence in check. Form must always reckon with freedom, scripts and spontaneity are bound by mutual understanding, and intellect blossoms truest as it holds the heart in high regard. Only in a state of relative equilibrium ...

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Enildo Rasua at the The Jazz Standard

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Enildo Rasúa
New Dimensions In Latin Jazz: Cuban Drum Series
The Jazz Standard
New York, NY

August 6, 2013

For his U.S. debut, Cuban drummer/percussionist and composer Enildo Rasúa kicked off the evening's early set with a snippet of Ernesto Lecuona's “La Comparsa," and then quickly moved into “12 de La Noche," a composition ...

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Tim Nikolsky: Australian Jazz Real Book

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Australian Jazz Real Book

Tim Nikolsky

662 pages

ISBN: 979-­0-­9009613-­5-­8

Australian Jazz Real Book

2013

It's been five years in the making, but finally, Melbourne guitarist Tim Nikolsky's one-man crusade to assemble an Australian Jazz Real Book has succeeded. In fact, as Nikolsky related ...

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Ben Winkelman Trio: Odysseys

Read "Odysseys" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Something special is needed for a piano trio to make a splash these days, so crowded are the waters with talent. With Odysseys, however, pianist Ben Winkelman's trio manages just that. For seventy absorbing minutes, the trio captures the ear, providing thrilling evidence of a stellar contemporary trio to rank among the best. Australia's press has ...