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Aluminum Forest

Label: ChartMaker Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Morocco Rocco; Set in Motion; Lovers and Liars; Milk and Honey; Aluminum Forest; Modern Lady; Fureel; Hold That Thought; It Might as Well Be Spring; Jonah (52:06).

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Eldad Tarmu: Aluminum Forest

Read "Aluminum Forest" reviewed by Jack Bowers


With an uncelebrated vibraphonist at the helm of an album titled Aluminum Forest, I was bracing myself for music aimed straight toward the heart of “smooth Jazz” radio. Wrong. This is uncompromisingly straight–ahead post–bop Jazz — and I should have guessed as much from the list of personnel, which includes such prominent names as trumpeters Oscar ...

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Easy the Hard Way

Label: ChartMaker Records
Released: 2000

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Visit Me

Label: ChartMaker Records
Released: 2000

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Grand Tour Alignment

Label: ChartMaker Records
Released: 2000

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Shadow of the Vibe

Label: ChartMaker Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Investion, Mirror, Fast Corners, Shadow Of The Vibe, Intrusion, Moonlamps, Beatrice, Smiles Through You, Augies Blues, New Fall, Mirror

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Mark Winkler: Easy the Hard Way

Read "Easy the Hard Way" reviewed by Dave Hughes


Mark Winkler, one of today's most underrecognized vocalists, has some decent CDs in his discography. He released three excellent contemporary CDs on Chase Music Group in the late eighties: Ebony Rain, Hottest Night of the Year , and Color of Love , all of which are well worth seeking out. 1995's brilliant Tales From Hollywood was ...

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Mark Winkler: Easy the Hard Way

Read "Easy the Hard Way" reviewed by Dave Nathan


P>Long a fixture on the West Coast smooth jazz scene, Mark Winkler for his 6th album moves closer to contemporary adult pop seasoned with a large dash of straight ahead jazz, with a style which combines the hip Mark Murphy, the irony of Dave Frishberg with the respect for melody of Tony Bennett. Accompanied by sympathetic ...

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Matthias Lupri: Shadow Of The Vibe

Read "Shadow Of The Vibe" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Performing for the most part on the periphery of jazz listener consciousness in the catalytic environment of Boston and its environs, Matthias Lupri has dedicated himself to one of those instruments sometimes insultingly listed as “miscellaneous" in jazz categories. While a few acknowledged masters of the instrument have transcended such categorization--and in the process have challenged ...

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Solar Wind: Grand Tour Alignment

Read "Grand Tour Alignment" reviewed by AAJ Staff


The cover is grandiose: the title refers to a rare occurrence, when all planets are in the same corner of sky. You expect something cosmic; for the first minute (all synths and passing comets) that’s what you get. And then it comes down to earth: twirling guitars, airy keys, and the occasional horn (Eric Marienthal, whooping ...


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