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Bakithi Kumalo

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Mankwe Ndosi, Marc Johnson & Damien Kingston

Read "Mankwe Ndosi, Marc Johnson & Damien Kingston" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Mankwe Ndosi is not a singer (more like a true vocal artist!!!) that was familiar to me, but she certainly is now. Her recording Felt/Not Said is strikingly different. She's from Minneapolis, not that far from Chicago, the home of the AACM, and that's where Ndosi set out to incorporate AACM influences to her African roots ...

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News: Recording

Renowned Filmmaker/Composer Gabriel Judet-Weinshel Debuts 'Unpinnable Butterflies' Music Project (Due Sept. 24 Via Sonablast!)

Renowned Filmmaker/Composer Gabriel Judet-Weinshel Debuts 'Unpinnable Butterflies' Music Project (Due Sept. 24 Via Sonablast!)

Unpinnable Butterflies is the overarching project name for songwriter and film composer Gabriel Judet-Weinshel. When Grammy-nominated producer and composer Scott Healy (American Steel, Ricky Martin, Phoebe Snow) first heard a collection of Gabriel’s demos and agreed to produce the songwriter’s first record for indie imprint sonaBLAST! Records, Gabriel found himself again surrounded by musical luminaries, as ...

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Article: Live Review

The Jazz Epistles featuring Abdullah Ibrahim & Ekaya at The Town Hall

Read "The Jazz Epistles featuring Abdullah Ibrahim & Ekaya at The Town Hall" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The Jazz Epistles featuring Abdullah Ibrahim & Ekaya The Town Hall New York, NY April 27, 2017 There are rare instances when a musical message for the times manages to transcend its place, evolving into a message for all time. Such is the case with The Jazz Epistles, the first ...

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Article: Live Review

Fieldstone Jazz Festival: Great Neck, NY, June 29, 2013

Read "Fieldstone Jazz Festival: Great Neck, NY, June 29, 2013" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Fieldstone Jazz FestivalGreat Neck, NYJune 29, 2013 While jazz is often performed in spaces befitting its stature--like theaters, auditoriums and swanky supper clubs--it also has a very long history as an alternative venue-housed art form. Over the past century, it's gone from the brothels of New Orleans to the rent parties of ...

Album

San Bonan

Label: SIAM Records
Released: 1998


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