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Jared Hall

Jared Hall has performed and recorded with Paquito D'Rivera (Carnegie Hall), Bob Hurst, Peter Erskine, Dave Liebman, Vincent Herring, Alan Pasqua, Brian Lynch, Ira Sullivan, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Arturo Sandoval, Maria Schneider, Terence Blanchard, John Daversa, Rick Margitza, Wycliffe Gordon, David Binney, George Benson, Gloria Estefan and Fred Hersch. Hall, a native of the Pacific Northwest, studied trumpet with Dan Keberle at Whitworth University in his hometown of Spokane, Washington while conducting a trumpet studio and performing in the areas top ensembles including the Bob Curnow Big Band, Spokane Jazz Orchestra, and Six-Foot Swing

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Rob Schneiderman: Tone Twister

Read "Tone Twister" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Pianist and composer Rob Schneiderman has returned after a hiatus of over a decade, released in September on Tone Twister, we find him leading a swinging quintet. The lineup is; tenor saxophonist Ralph Moore, bassist Gerald Cannon, drummer Pete Van Nostrand, and trumpeter Brian Lynch, who produced the album. The album consists of eight original Schneiderman ...

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Jared Hall: Hallways

Read "Hallways" reviewed by Paul Rauch

It has been a long road for trumpeter/composer Jared Hall. That road has been a path cloistered in jazz education, starting in his native Spokane, WA studying with Dan Keberle at Whitworth University, to his masters completion at Indiana University under David Baker.

At that point, Hall had a decision to make, in terms ...

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Brian Lynch: Madera Latino - A Latin Jazz Perspective on the Music of Woody Shaw

Read "Madera Latino - A Latin Jazz Perspective on the Music of Woody Shaw" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

I ritmi asimettrici appartenenti alla tradizione afrocubana sostanziano questo straordinario doppio CD di Brian Lynch, che con Woody Shaw condivide il triste destino di essere musicista grandissimo, ma poco esposto alla luce dei grandi palcoscenici. Con il trombettista scomparso, Lynch ha anche in comune l'amore per una dimensione espressiva a tutto tondo, capace di incorporare sia ...

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Brian Lynch, Emmet Cohn: Questioned Answer

Read "Questioned Answer" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

Per l'ennesima volta Brian Lynch si conferma come uno dei migliori trombettisti jazz in circolazione. Questo CD mette in bella mostra tutte le sue potenzialità artistiche, facendone cogliere tutta quella poetica espressività che solo i grandi musicisti possiedono. Alla testa di un superbo quartetto, Lynch sfodera doti artistiche che non hanno nulla da invidiare a quelle ...

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Brian Lynch and Emmet Cohen: Questioned Answer

Read "Questioned Answer" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Four highly regarded musicians from three different age groups come together for a two-leader session resulting in one terrific album. That's Questioned Answer by the numbers, but there's a lot more to the story than basic numerics.

The partnership between veteran trumpeter Brian Lynch and rising star pianist Emmet Cohen was born out ...

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Brian Lynch: Unsung Heroes Vol. 2

Read "Unsung Heroes Vol. 2" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

Un'aurea classicità sostanzia l'elevato livello artistico di un trombettista superbo, abile nell'assorbire e riplasmare la tradizione del proprio strumento. L'ultimo CD di Brian Lynch costituisce un affascinante excursus nel repertorio dei musicians' musicians degli anni '50 e '60, tra i quali Tommy Turrentine, Idrees Sulieman, e Joe Gordon di cui Lynch propone partiture inedite. Le dieci ...

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Brian Lynch: Unsung Heroes

Read "Unsung Heroes" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Trumpeter extraordinaire Brian Lynch is always willing, quite rightly, to acknowledge the masters who have gone before him. Some of the finest jazz trumpeters never made it big, while others no longer sit as securely in the minds of jazz fans as they once did. Nevertheless, they are all part, as Lynch writes, of “the jazz ...

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Brian Lynch: Unsung Heroes

Read "Unsung Heroes" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Trumpet tribute albums are a tricky business. There are those in jazz, like Miles Davis and Louis Armstrong, who have been endlessly saluted, creating a culture of mass appeal and celebration that's not always a good thing. On the surface, projects that praise these jazz heroes bring well-deserved exposure to their music and might, but they ...