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Ray Russell: Playing with Time

Read "Ray Russell: Playing with Time" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Each time guitarist/composer Ray Russell releases a new album, it feels like a comeback. Now, More than Ever, Russell's debut on the Abstract Logix label, comes seven years after Goodbye Svengali (Cuneiform Records, 2006), his heartfelt tribute to composer Gil Evans. Although Russell may drop off the radar for periods of time, he's never really far ...

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Colin Towns: Rule Book? What Rule Book?

Read "Colin Towns: Rule Book? What Rule Book?" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Since the 1970s, internationally renowned English composer/arranger/pianist/keyboard player Colin Towns has enjoyed an extremely varied musical existence. In that time, he has composed and arranged music in just about every setting imaginable, from heavy rock groups to jazz ensembles both small and large, and from theater to film and ballet. Little wonder, then, that his first ...

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Lloyd Ryan Big Band: Drivin' Force

Read "Drivin' Force" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

A straight-ahead, drummer-led big band is one of the most stimulating ensemble formats in jazz. Buddy Rich's groups are perhaps the epitome of such an enterprise. The Lloyd Ryan Big Band, blasting through a selection of standards and pop classics on Drivin' Force, proudly carries on the tradition.Ryan, a British drummer, has been a ...

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Josh Kyle: Possibilities

Read "Possibilities" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Possibilities, the debut album from singer Josh Kyle, is modestly titled. Although he's still only 24 years old, the Australian-born/London-based artist is not merely a singer with possibilities; he's already a mature and innovative vocalist and lyricist. Kyle's chosen an out-of-the-ordinary mix of songs, combining classics with originals and adding his own lyrics ...

Stan Kenton Orchestra - DePaul University Jazz Ensemble / Captain Black Big Band / Washington State University

Read "Stan Kenton Orchestra - DePaul University Jazz Ensemble / Captain Black Big Band / Washington State University" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Stan Kenton Orchestra / DePaul University Jazz EnsembleDouble Feature, Vol. 1Tantara Productions2010 Some of us are old enough to remember double features, but they were in movie theatres, not concert halls or recording studios, and, as memory serves, were never quite as enchanting or memorable as this ...


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