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Article: Radio

Alex Skolnick, Nicklas Brannstrom, Samo Salamon, adam Holzman and more

Read "Alex Skolnick, Nicklas Brannstrom, Samo Salamon, adam Holzman and more" reviewed by Len Davis


New and recent music from Alex Skolnick, The Mad Lab, Nicklas Brannstrom and The Fat Suit. Plus, more from Adam Holzman with The Last Gig and guitarist Samo Salamon from his album Almost Alone Vol 1.Playlist Alex Skolnick “Conundrum" from Conundrum (Palmetto) 00:00 The Mad Lab “The Maze in the Mind" from Design of ...

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Article: Radio

Gerald Gradwohl, Tigran Hamasyan, Adam Holzman and much more

Read "Gerald Gradwohl, Tigran Hamasyan, Adam Holzman and much more" reviewed by Len Davis


New releases featuring Gerald Gradwohl, Tigran Hamasyan, Adam Holzman and challenging music from Arcana, a re-release of Arc of the Testimony from 1997 featuring Bill Laswell and Tony Williams, Plus a new one from Zane Carney.Playlist Gerald Gradwohl “Let's Talk" from Episode 6 (Self Produced) 00:00 Tigran Hamasyan “Revisiting The Film" from Revisiting The ...

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Article: BackTracks

Five From Four

Read "Five From Four" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


Welcome to the inaugural edition of BackTracks, where we look back at some notable albums that were somehow absent from All About Jazz's extensive 50,000 plus review archive (or are just plain worthy of another look). For the first installment we have five guitar-led projects from four artists that somehow got by us (but needn't get ...

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Identity Crisis

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020

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Article: Album Review

No-Man: Love You to Bits

Read "Love You to Bits" reviewed by Geno Thackara


Sometimes a new album is what happens when you're busy making other plans. Fittingly enough, plans for this duo have always been something of a joke anyway; No-Man's career has criss-crossed the whole spectrum of styles precisely because they've always been willing to follow unexpected ideas as the mood hits. It's also the reason the band ...

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Article: Interview

Joey DeFrancesco: From Musical Prodigy to Jazz Icon

Read "Joey DeFrancesco: From Musical Prodigy to Jazz Icon" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


Joey DeFrancesco is a true master of the jazz organ, the one others look up to as the standard bearer, as was his inspirational hero, Jimmy Smith. Arguably, he could be dubbed the Mozart of the jazz organ, since like Mozart, he seemed to have been born with all the music already in him. By four, ...

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Article: Year in Review

Most Read Album Reviews: 2018

Read "Most Read Album Reviews: 2018" reviewed by Michael Ricci


All About Jazz tracks how often an album review is read, and the reviews listed below represent our most popular in 2018. After The Fall Keith Jarrett / Gary Peacock / Jack DeJohnette by Karl Ackermann Published: February 13, 2018 Music IS ...

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Truth Decay

Label: Big Fun Productions
Released: 2018
Track listing: Ectoplasm; Bella Capri; A House is Not a Motel; Phobia; Good Luck With Your Music; Are You High?; Truth Decay; I Told You So; Morphine Lollipop; You Knew; Picking Through the Wreckage.

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Article: Album Review

Steven Wilson: Home Invasion: In Concert at the Royal Albert Hall

Read "Home Invasion: In Concert at the Royal Albert Hall" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


One component of progressive rock composer/vocalist/guitarist/ Steve Wilson's widespread appeal pertains to his rather boyish charm and heartfelt vocal delivery. A strong composer and supreme melody-maker, the artist seduces the audience with the notions of living and breathing the experiences and implications of a song's lyrics. And he helped pave the way for post progressive rock ...


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