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Ben Street

Street studied at The New England Conservatory of Music in Boston with Miroslav Vitous and Dave Holland. Moved to New York City in 1991. He has performed and toured with Danilo Perez, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Roswell Rudd, Paul Motian, Lee Konitz, David Sanchez, James Moody, Mark Turner, Frank Foster, Clark Terry, Junior Cook, Charles Davis, Sam Rivers, Clifford Jordan, Billy Harper, Buddy Montgomery and Jimmy Scott. Ben's selected discography includes work with Kurt Rosenwinkel - The Next Step, The Enemies of Energy and Heartcore (Verve); Danilo Perez - Til Then (Verve), Live at the Jazz Showcase(Artist Share); David Sanchez - Coral (Sony Music) Ed Simon - La Bikina (Mythology); Anthony Coleman - Morenica (Tzadic), Shawn Colvin - Holiday Songs and Lullabies (Columbia); Cyndi Lauper - At Last (Epic); Ethan Iverson, Jorge Rossy, Chris Cheek - Guilty (Fresh Sound); Barney Mcall - Widening Circles (MJC); Ben Monder Trio - Dust (Arabesque); Space Cowboys - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Warner Bros.)



Label: Smoke Sessions Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: 1. "Butterfly'" 2. "Capricorn" 3. "Song for Peace" 4. "With a Little Help From My Friends" 5. "Row Row Row" 6. "Throughout" 7. "Irah" 8. "Bridges (Travessia)"


Lonely Man and His Fish

Label: L&H Production
Released: 2023
Track listing: CD 1: Lonely Man; Pet Store; First Evening at Home; Breakfast for Two; Man and His Fish; Accident; In Hospital. CD 2: Into the Wild; Life in the Pond; Survivor; Empty House; Song for Spark; Call of Friendship; Dreaming Together.


Song of the Day

With A Little Help From My Friends

Label: Smoke Sessions Records
Released: 2023
Duration: 04:34


Article: Liner Notes

Lage Lund: Idlewild

Read "Lage Lund: Idlewild" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

An open and revealing format for any artist, the jazz trio offers rewards on many levels. Left in veracious hands, there is a spacious pocket that can be filled by any number of rhythmic and harmonic ideas, not to mention a freedom in melodic phrases which don't have to be constrained by strict chordal structures. On ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

David Virelles, Flora Carbo, Transatlantic Five & Anthropology Band

Read "David Virelles, Flora Carbo, Transatlantic Five & Anthropology Band" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Highlights of a very packed show: pianist David Virelles and trio (Ben Street bass & Eric McPherson drums); Australian saxophonist Flora Carbo; England's Anthropology Band; pianist Russ Lossing with NYC's King Vulture; the powerful German-American quintet, Transatlantic Five (Ken Vandermark sax, Nate Wooley trumpet, Christopher Dell vibes, Christian Ramond bass & Klaus Kugel drums), and a ...


Article: Album Review

Yelena Eckemoff: Lonely Man and His Fish

Read "Lonely Man and His Fish" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

A Moscow-raised, classically-trained pianist, Yelena Eckemoff made the move to the United States in 1991, after being bitten by the jazz bug via a Dave Brubeck concert she attended in Moscow in 1987. In 2010, after settling with her family in rural North Carolina, she released Cold Sun (L & H Records), a trio outing featuring ...


Article: Touchstone Album Picks

Francesca Han: Exuding Honesty

Read "Francesca Han: Exuding Honesty" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Pianist and composer Francesca Han's duo album with Ralph Alessi, Exude (Hanji, 2022), is a timely reminder of the Korean's talent as an interpreter, an improvisor and as a creative force. It is a beautiful, conversational album, open to multiple influences. Classically trained, Han discovered jazz while studying in her native Seoul. It was ...


The Extra Something

Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2022
Track listing: Blue Afternoon; The Extra Something; Atoms; The Real You; Entropy; Song For Kenny; Five Plus Five


Article: Interview

Producer Sun Chung: Always Listening for a Story

Read "Producer Sun Chung: Always Listening for a Story" reviewed by Tyran Grillo

On April 28, 2021, a quiet masterpiece marked the end of an era--and the beginning of another. Hanamichi was to be the last studio recording of Japanese pianist Masabumi Kikuchi, who died in 2015, two years after its creation. And yet, while its sweeter overtones struck balance in the bitterness of his absence, the album marked ...


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