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David Kikoski: Phoenix Rising

Read "Phoenix Rising" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Pianist David Kikoski and tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander, among the brightest lights on New York City's jazz scene for more than two decades, have known each other for almost as many years but Phoenix Rising marks the first time they have recorded together. After listening, one observation springs immediately to mind: it's about time.

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ROVO and System 7: Phoenix Rising

Read "Phoenix Rising" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Fabled British progressive rock guitarist Steve Hillage was a pioneer back in the 1970s via his work with Gong. His morphing of far- out, psychedelic guitar licks with cutting edge prog stylizations became highly influential. Moreover, the guitarist's solo albums during this time fused electronics with dreamy soundscapes, sturdy backbeats and memorably melodic comps. Moving forward, ...

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Ken Hatfield: Phoenix Rising

Read "Phoenix Rising" reviewed by David Adler

Ken Hatfield continues to defy norms in jazz guitar. First and foremost, he plays a nylon-string classical instrument, keeping alive a sound popularized by Charlie Byrd and also taken up by the likes of Gene Bertoncini, Ralph Towner, Sylvain Luc, and Freddie Bryant. On Phoenix Rising, Hatfield's second full-band disc, he retains the formidable services of ...

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Ken Hatfield: Phoenix Rising

Read "Phoenix Rising" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Ken Hatfield wields his eloquent and supple classical guitar on his latest jazz offering, Phoenix Rising. He uses a basic trio format--guitar/bass/drums--bolstered by guest artist slots featuring piano, tenor sax and trumpet on several tunes.

Hatfield--who has been commissioned to write several ballets--leans toward his classical side on the opener, “Phoenix Rising" and “Tableau du ...