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Adam Birnbaum: Travels

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Travels is the long awaited debut album for one of the younger voices in jazz piano. The term debut, however, is ill suited for someone like Adam Birnbaum, who has spent his short career opening for, and performing with, some of the better-known names in the industry such as saxophonist Greg Osby and pianist Brad Mehldau. ...

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Dred Scott Trio: Live At The Rockwood Music Hall

Read "Live At The Rockwood Music Hall" reviewed by Christopher Shoe

This album is the Dred Scott Trio's tribute to one of its most frequent gigs in New York. In a city where regular engagements are more and more scarce it is a beautiful thing to see the relationship this band shares with a venue; Live at the Rockwood Music Hall is a beautiful showcase of this ...

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Bobby Previte: Verge: Pull To Open/Bump the Renaissance & April in New York

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Bobby Previte Verge: Pull To Open/Bump the Renaissance Zoar/Sound Aspects -- Nothing on Television is True 2007 Bobby Previte April in New York Nothing on Television is True 2007 ...

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Falkner Evans: Arc

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Falkner Evans is an accomplished composer, and the number of ASCAP award-winning compositions present on Arc attests to that and more. Comprised of nine tunes, ranging from original material to jazz and pop standards, this statement from Evans' trio with bassist Belden Bullock and drummer Matt Wilson is sure to leave listeners with a pleasant aftertaste ...

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Leslie Pintchik: Quartets

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Leslie Pintchik is a newer face on the jazz scene and Quartets is a respectable contribution that keeps in tide with her growing reputation. Pintchik's approach to jazz does not rely on flashy lines or complex chordal movement like many of her peers; instead, it focuses on strong improvised material backed by a ...

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Coltrane: Mating Call, Traneing In, Soul Trane & My Favorite Things: Coltrane at Newport

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Tadd Dameron Mating Call Prestige-Concord 2007 John Coltrane Traneing In Prestige-Concord 2007 John Coltrane Soultrane Prestige-Concord 2007 John Coltrane My Favorite Things: ...

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Todd Herbert: The Path to Infinity

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If there is one thing done right on this album, it is the entourage of musicians that join tenor saxophonist Todd Herbert: pianists George Colligan and David Hazeltine, bassists Dwayne Burno and John Webber and drummers Darrin Becket and Joe Farnsworth. Herbert's two groups add an irreplaceable touch to the album. Their distinct personal talent and ...

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The Bad Plus: Prog

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Since its appearance on the music scene in 2003, The Bad Plus has been at the forefront of numerous debates within the world of jazz and beyond. Questions of genre placement and definition terminology seem to plague this esoteric band. Its newest disc Prog certainly won't answer these questions or solve these debates. In fact, it ...

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Bob Mintzer Quartet: In The Moment

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Bob Mintzer has been an active and successful member of the jazz community for some time now. He has been involved in numerous projects ranging from a fifteen-year stint with The Yellowjackets and his local New York big band to countless side gigs and projects with some of the most well-known figures in jazz. Something he ...

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Wayne Escoffery: Veneration: Live at Smoke

Read "Veneration: Live at Smoke" reviewed by Christopher Shoe

Saxophonist Wayne Escoffery's music is influenced by a long line of musicians, and on Veneration: Live at Smoke he takes a moment to pay homage to some of them. However, this live album, recorded at the New York club Smoke, is much more than a dedication to great musicians of the past. The disc showcases some ...


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