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Kelly Green: Volume One

Read "Volume One" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

If we were talking baseball, pianist, vocalist, and composer Kelly Green would be highly touted as a three tool player. And she deserves to be. From every angle she hears breaks and stops, harmonic and melodic whoops, swoops and vocal dips and dives that the rest of us maybe don't until the artist makes them as ...

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Sketches: Volume One

Read "Volume One" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Compositional specificity can be a blessing and a curse. It's easy to understand how having every last instruction set to paper can be helpful when it comes to starting the music making process, but the flip side of that argument is that there's nothing left to actually create if everything is already there in black and ...

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Sketches: Volume One

Read "Volume One" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This Brooklyn-based jazz quintet comprised of nascent talent takes a unique approach to composition. Here, the musicians share a sketch from a notepad, denoting an incomplete composition or musical fragment and another band-member runs with it to use as a foundation for a new composition. Nonetheless, it's a balanced program, where the musicians fuse probing melodic ...

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Fred Anderson: Volume One

Read "Volume One" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Approaching 70, saxophonist Fred Anderson is beginning to receive recognition beyond his beloved Chicago. A founding member of AACM (Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians) Anderson walks a comfortable line between soul and free jazz. This live disc recorded at Chicago’s Velvet Lounge has to be considered for many a fan’s top ten discs of ...


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