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ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

C. Michael Bailey's Best Releases of 2019

Read "C. Michael Bailey's Best Releases of 2019" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The number of critics writing for All About Jazz is such that there is little content overlap from one scrib to the next. This provides the reader a rich and compelling collection of opinion from which to derive guidance regarding a broad variety of music. Also contributing to All About Jazz as a resource are the ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

They're New to Me

Read "They're New to Me" reviewed by Patrick Burnette

Four 2019 releases are in the dock this session, and three are so new they won't drop until June. We've got two trios who are willing to search beyond the Great American Songbook for material, largely with positive results; a prog epic whose cover is a lot more ethno-musical than its contents; and a young and ...

Ten Artists: April 2019

Read "Ten Artists: April 2019" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Claudia Vorbach Is There a Time? Phoneector 2018 Claudia Vorbach follows up Come Down Easy (Phoneector, 2016) with these 14 smart original compositions infused with the swagger of a confident composer/singer. At first blush, Vorbach sounds like a relaxed Nora Jones, playfully whimsical and vocally daring. Vorbach sings with an assured ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Singer, Songwriter & Jazz Musician Elizabeth Geyer To Release Long Awaited New Album "The Bridge"

Singer, Songwriter & Jazz Musician Elizabeth Geyer To Release Long Awaited New Album "The Bridge"

“Elizabeth Geyer is a force of nature. An amazing singer and songwriter, original vocalist, wonderful trumpet player and multi instrumentalist. She writes songs directly from the heart!” —Bruce Lundvall, Blue Note Records / EMI An endorsement like that from the man who signed Nora Jones, Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis is something to make one sit ...

Not Feelin’ All Right: Guilt and Those Cheap Imported Box Sets

Read "Not Feelin’ All Right: Guilt and Those Cheap Imported Box Sets" reviewed by Marc Davis

When I was in high school in the '70s, I bought a jazz record with an unusual request in the liner notes. The artist--I think it was Chick Corea--asked fans not to tape his record and pass it around to friends. He said (and I'm paraphrasing from memory): “If you like jazz and you ...

ARTICLE: TALKIN' BLUES

Susan Tedeschi: Dreams and Legends

Read "Susan Tedeschi: Dreams and Legends" reviewed by Alan Bryson

A string of Grammy-nominated albums, along with a critically acclaimed and commercially successful DVD of her appearance on the American television program Austin City Limits, have helped to establish Susan Tedeschi as one of today's premiere blues artists. On top of that, she's performed in front of millions of music lovers by headlining numerous festivals and ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Rebecca Martin:The Growing Season

By: Bill Clifford Before Nora Jones, there was Rebecca Martin. In 1995, working together with songwriter Jesse Harris - the chief songwriter of Jones' Come Away With Me - Martin released Once Blue by the band Once Blue, a jazzy, sultry mix of noir. The duo split soon after its release, but Martin has released music ...


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