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Russell Malone: Live at Jazz Standard, Volume One

Read "Live at Jazz Standard, Volume One" reviewed by Jim Santella

Dedicated to the memories of jazz guitarist Ted Greene and jazz pianist John Hicks, this session features Russell Malone at work in New York with his band during a spirited three-night run at the Jazz Standard in September 2005.

Always one to keep the blues alive in his mainstream jazz programs, Malone communicates eloquently through his ...

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Russell Malone: Live at Jazz Standard, Volume One

Read "Live at Jazz Standard, Volume One" reviewed by Victor Verney

Russell Malone usually doesn't like to write about his recordings, he says, preferring instead “to let the music speak for itself." However, he makes an exception here to point out that this is his first live recording with his working band, a fact that's a little surprising to learn. Malone goes on to note his gratification ...

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Russell Malone: Live at Jazz Standard, Volume One

Read "Live at Jazz Standard, Volume One" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Russell Malone gets his Grant Green freak on....

Guitarist Russell Malone answers his well-received Playground (MaxJazz, 2004) with this, his first live recording, documenting performances at New York's Jazz Standard. Malone has traded recent over-populated groups for his working band, a simple piano trio. The trio, under crack pianist Martin Bejerano's sharp direction, conveys ...