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Fatum Brothers Jazz Orchestra: Live in Chicago

Read "Live in Chicago" reviewed by Jack Bowers


For their second album, the talented Fatum brothers (twins, as it happens), Michael on trumpet, John on drums, introduced their admirable Jazz Orchestra to an appreciative audience at Chicago's venerable Jazz Showcase in July 2013 for a concert of mostly original compositions on which unbridled old-school swinging is the order of the day. Jazz standards by ...

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The O'Farrill Brothers Band: Sensing Flight

Read "Sensing Flight" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The prodigious progeny of famed pianist/composer/bandleader Arturo O'Farrill rightfully turned a lot of heads with Giant Peach (Zoho Music, 2011), but that record is easily eclipsed by Sensing Flight. With this sophomore release, drummer Zack O'Farrill and still-in-his-teens trumpeter Adam O'Farrill have gone a step beyond, reaching a level of artistic confidence that eludes most musicians ...

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Youngblood

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2012
Track listing: Black Mamba; Mojo; Bushido; Across The Universe; Brilliant Corners; Mercy Street; Undercurrent; Mr. Pokey; Upgrade.

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Adam Kromelow Trio: Youngblood

Read "Youngblood" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Adam Kromelow's group is a jazz piano trio in instrumentation, but not intent. Kromelow, who originally hails from Illinois and now resides in New York, takes his cues and inspiration from a variety of sources, such as modern classical music, rock sounds and, of course, jazz. All of these influences merge on Youngblood. ...


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