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Carol McCartney: Be Cool

Read "Be Cool" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Toronto native Carol McCartney records another impressive vocal statement on the breezy Be Cool cementing her reputation as one of Canada's finest jazz vocalist and building on the foundation established from her critically-acclaimed debut Night In Tunisia (CDBaby, 2007). Though presenting a selection of primarily familiar standards from the jazz cannon, the Joni-Mitchell pop tune title ...

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Dann Zinn: Shangri La

Read "Shangri La" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Maybe we've had it all wrong about Shangri-La. Instead of viewing it as a fictional utopian locale, as laid out by author James Hilton in his famed Lost Horizon (Macmillan, 1933), it can be alternately viewed as a wide-open musical state of being waiting to be explored. That's what saxophonist Dann Zinn seems to go for ...

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The Black Crowes: Croweology

Read "Croweology" reviewed by Doug Collette


Croweology is a reaffirmation of the versatility of The Black Crowes lineup as first presented on Warpaint (Silver Arrow, 2008). It also extends the group's reach into the realm of Americana, as introduced on Before the Frost/Until the Freeze (Silver Arrow, 2009) In hearing this two-CD set, it's essential not to compare these new ...

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This Magnificent Distance

Label: Vector Recordings
Released: 2004
Track listing: 40 Days; Girl on the Mountain; Mother of Stone; Train Robbers 6:40; Like a Tumbleweed in Eden; When the Cold Wind Blows at the Dark Edge of Night; ...If You See California; The Never Empty Table; Eagles on the Highway; Surgical Glove; Sea of Love; Piece of Wind

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Chris Robinson: This Magnificent Distance

Read "This Magnificent Distance" reviewed by Doug Collette


Much like the young lion who ingratiates himself with the jazz cognoscenti, Chris Robinson, with his New Earth Mud comrades, is making a place for himself on the jam band scene by appearing at festivals such as Bonnaroo and opening shows for the Allman Brothers. If this Southern expatriate's first solo album wasn't enough to convince ...


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