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Yoko Miwa: Keep Talkin'

Read "Keep Talkin'" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Tra le jazz ladies giapponesi che operano negli Stati Uniti (ad esempio Satoko Fujii e Miho Hazama), Yoko Miwa è la meno nota al pubblico italiano ed è un peccato visto l'alto valore di questo disco e dei sette già realizzati. Nata a Kobe 49 anni fa, Yoko ha studiato pianoforte nel suo Paese ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

November Birthday Salutes Featuring ECM Artists

Read "November Birthday Salutes Featuring ECM Artists" reviewed by Marc Cohn

It is... time for November birthday salutes! Pianists Hampton Hawes, Ellis Marsalis, Paul Bley, Lyle Mays, Marcin Wasilewski; flutist Hubert Laws; singer Ernestine Anderson; guitarist Russell Malone; saxophonists Lou Donaldson, Mark Turner; trumpeters Arturo Sandoval & Don Cherry; drummers Andrew Cyrille & Billy Hart! And resident sage Mose Allison. You'll notice a slug of ECM artists ...

ARTICLE: PROFILE

US Military Service Bands: Histories & Heroes

Read "US Military Service Bands: Histories & Heroes" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 US Air Force Airmen of Note The premier jazz ensemble of the US Air Force, the Airmen of Note is one of six musical ensembles that comprise The US Air Force Band. Created in 1950 to continue the tradition of Major Glenn Miller's Army Air Forces ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Robert Rodriguez "Melodies And Fantasies" Available on September 23

Robert Rodriguez "Melodies And Fantasies" Available on September 23

Debut Trio Recording: Featuring Hans Glawischnig & Marcus Gilmore Born in jny: New York City and raised in jny: Miami, Grammy Nominated pianist and composer Robert Rodriguez returned to NYC in 2000. Since his arrival in NYC, Robert had the opportunity to perform, collaborate and record with many legendary Jazz musicians including Arturo Sandoval, Ray Barretto, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Patrick Williams: Home Suite Home

Read "Home Suite Home" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Composer, arranger and band leader Patrick Williams leads some of the finest jazz musicians in L.A. on another exciting portrait of big band swing on Home Suite Home, an album that's far more personal than all of his previous works. Documenting a personal homage to his family and his first musical love, Williams pays tribute to ...


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