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Susanna Bartilla: The Look Of Love: Songs Of The Sixties

Read "The Look Of Love: Songs Of The Sixties" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Sub-titled Songs Of The Sixties, vocalist Susanna Bartilla's The Look Of Love presents her interpretations of ten numbers from that decade--from standards such as “Till There Was You" to pop hits like “There's A Kind Of Hush." It's a classic collection, distinguished by some fine interpretations and some surprising song choices.

The Look Of ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Paolo Benedettini: Paolo Benedettini Quartet

Read "Paolo Benedettini Quartet" reviewed by Francesco Martinelli

I'm afraid a little local pride is in order here. Bassist Paolo Benedettini hails from my hometown of Pisa, and the disc has been recorded and produced locally in cooperation with the Jazzwide organization, very active in promoting events both in the club of the same name as well as in other venues of the Leaning ...

NEWS: INTERVIEW

Pianist/Composer Kelvin Sholar Interviewed at AAJ

Pianist/Composer Kelvin Sholar Interviewed at AAJ

Pianist, composer, programmer, writer, philosopher Kelvin Sholar is a modern Renaissance man, an endangered species in our modern times of careerism and hyper-focused resumes. At any one time, Sholar seems to be grappling with more ideas and projects than very few are capable of doing over several years--if at all.

What makes Sholar most impressive, however, ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Kelvin Sholar: Artistic Crossroads

Read "Kelvin Sholar:  Artistic Crossroads" reviewed by Franz A. Matzner

Pianist, composer, programmer, writer, philosopher Kelvin Sholar is a modern Renaissance man, an endangered species in our modern times of careerism and hyper-focused resumes. At any one time, Sholar seems to be grappling with more ideas and projects than very few are capable of doing over several years--if at all.

To give a ...