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Article: In Pictures

Cyrus Chestnut with Jae Sinnett and Terry Burrell at Good Vibes

Read "Cyrus Chestnut with Jae Sinnett and Terry Burrell at Good Vibes" reviewed by Mark Robbins


The Boat House located in in Newport News (Virginia) was a short lived venue that hosted mostly rock and some country music acts. It closed for undisclosed reasons (unrelated to Covid) and sat dormant for two years until it was reopened as Good Vibes under new ownership with a new state of the art sound system, ...

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Article: Album Review

Poncho Sanchez: Trane's Delight

Read "Trane's Delight" reviewed by La-Faithia White


After a seven-year hiatus Poncho Sanchez pushes through with a passion project and a meaningful tribute to one of his mentors, saxophonist John Coltrane, on Trane's Delight. The feeling of jazz comes together beautifully in this tribute to Coltrane as well as in the remake of the Duke Ellington classic “The Feeling Of Jazz."

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Article: Album Review

Naïssam Jalal: Un autre monde

Read "Un autre monde" reviewed by Henning Bolte


Some may see the flute as an odd one out in jazz. For France that certainly does not apply. France has Michel Edelin from the older generation and, for example, Magic Malik, Eve Risser, Sylvaine Hélary and Naïssam Jalal from the younger. A flautist needs good sonic allies to embed flute sounds in and/or ...

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Article: Album Review

Gaetano Partipilo: Boom Collective

Read "Boom Collective" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso


"Welcome to the Boom Collective world. Make some space into your heart and fill it with love and music and these vibes that come from within. Close you eyes, feel it, touch it." Con queste parole pronunciate sulla base swingante di batteria e di basso dell'iniziale “Opening Gate," Angela Esmeralda dà il benvenuto nel ...

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Article: Live Review

Norwegian Road Trip, Part 4: Oslo and an Interview with Jan Erik Kongshaug

Read "Norwegian Road Trip, Part 4: Oslo and an Interview with Jan Erik Kongshaug" reviewed by John Kelman


Author's Note: Jan Erik Kongshaug, owner and recording engineer at Rainbow Studios, Oslo, passed away on November 5, 2019. Beyond his best-known work on hundreds of recordings for the lauded ECM Records label in collaboration with label head/producer Manfred Eicher, Kongshaug's studio and engineering, mixing and mastering work has garnered significant international acclaim. Still, Rainbow continues ...

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Article: Album Review

Sal La Rocca: SHIFTED

Read "SHIFTED" reviewed by James Fleming


The saxophone lines snake out of the speakers, rustling the airwaves like a breeze through firs or singing with all the lyricism of the finest vocalist. The double bass's hardwood lays a strong foundation. The electricity of the Wurlitzer piano growls atop that age-old sound, like a lightning storm rolling over treetops. Sal La Rocca's Shifted ...

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Article: Live Review

Kamasi Washington at the Ogden Theatre

Read "Kamasi Washington at the Ogden Theatre" reviewed by Geoff Anderson


Kamasi Washington Ogden Theatre Denver, CO October 26, 2018 Kamasi Washington is an ambitious guy. His first major label album was a 3-CD release running 173 minutes, The Epic (Brainfeeder, 2015). He followed that up with a mere 6-song release, but most recently came out with yet another 3-CD set Heaven ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

In Memory of Lou Gare

Read "In Memory of Lou Gare" reviewed by Duncan Heining


Best known for his work with the experimental, avant-garde collective AMM Music, Lou Gare began his career in jazz in the early 1960s, playing in one of Mike Westbrook's early groups. In more recent times, in Devon, he reconnected with Westbrook and became a stalwart member of Westbrook's orchestra and an inspiration to its younger musicians. ...

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Article: Album Review

Manuel Valera: The Planets

Read "The Planets" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Cuban-born pianist Manuel Valera is not unknown to jazz-heads who make it their business to listen and champion. But, since his acclaimed 2004 debut Forma Nueva, a couple of Grammy nods, and last year's quietly brilliant The Seasons, Valera's name and exciting blend of culture, tradition, and progression has spread deservedly like wildfire through the larger ...

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Article: Album Review

Bill Carrothers: Red Planet

Read "Red Planet" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Since the '80s, Michigan pianist Bill Carrothers has inventively and tirelessly fashioned himself an enviable discography, which includes 2008's Home Row (Pirouet Records, 2008) with Gary Peacock and Bill Stewart and 2010's tribute to revered trumpeter Clifford Brown Joy Spring (Pirouet Records, 2010 ). A critical fave on the touring circuit, he's highlighted gigs the world ...


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