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Hard Boppin' at Smalls

Read "Hard Boppin' at Smalls" reviewed by Dave Kaufman

Smalls Jazz Club in Greenwich Village is a remarkably vibrant music venue that enjoys considerable international renown. It is not the most mannered of clubs with loud and boisterous audiences. Nor is it the most decorous, but does offer a rather distinctive look. The club has a great vibe and is committed to treating its audience ...

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Edsel Gomez: Road to Udaipur

Read "Road to Udaipur" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Puerto Rican-born pianist Edsel Gomez hasn't recorded any albums as leader since his Grammy-nominated debut, Cubist Music, in 2007--he has been far too busy--but that doesn't mean he hasn't harbored such plans in the back of his mind. Now in his early 50s, Gomez decided the time was right to enter a studio again, the result ...

Status Cymbals

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Track listing: Burno; Good Air; Whisper Not; Dark Matter; Darn That Dream; Funky State Of Mind; Rafaelle; Evidence; Robbie-Jean; Les Rayons; Demi; Night Dreamer.

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Bruce Cox Core-Tet: Status Cymbals

Read "Status Cymbals" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Drummer Bruce Cox may not be a household name in the jazz world, but he's studied, played and/or recorded with plenty of people who are. The Philadelphia-born stick-wielder gleaned plenty of wisdom through his lessons with drumming icons Philly Joe Jones and Alan Dawson, and he's put that knowledge to good use by backing the greats ...

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Norberto Tamburrino: Solo and Ensemble

Read "Norberto Tamburrino: Solo and Ensemble" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Pianist Norberto Tamburrino is based in the sunny climes of southern Italy, but his jazz influences come for the most part from the thriving US scene of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. He's happy to credit Bud Powell, Hank Jones, Lennie Tristano and Art Tatum as influences, but above all it's the influence of Thelonious Monk ...

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Norberto Tamburrino: Reflection(s) On Monk

Read "Reflection(s) On Monk" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Reflection(s) On Monk took over four years to record: five tracks were recorded in Italy between August, 2004 and March, 2008 and four in New York in November, 2008. The result is a well-crafted album, featuring some excellent playing from pianist Norberto Tamburrino and the other musicians. The opening “The Room of Illumination" ...


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