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Mike Longo Trio: Sting Like A Bee

Read "Sting Like A Bee" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Pianist Mike Longo has a couple of things in common with legendary heavyweight boxer Muhammad Ali: first, they both employed the same phrase throughout their careers--"Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee"--and second,, they both deliver quite a punch, Ali with his fists and Longo on the keys. Sting Like a Bee--dedicated to Longo's father, ...


News: Performance / Tour

New Mazzjazzband Website at

Interesting website with live sound clips featuring: Gary Mazza on flute Willy Ryan on bass Frank Kaiser on guitar Larry Marc-Aurele on percussion Have seen/heard many of their performances from a few years ago. Worth checking out! A friend tells of a performance at Arthur's Landing last summer in glowing ...


News: Recording

Jeffrey Fisher Creates "Jazzy" Instrumental Album With Orchestration

Jeffrey Fisher is truly a modern-day Renaissance Man, not just adept at a few creative tasks, but dozens upon dozens of different ones. Fortunately for music lovers, his latest endeavor is an original neo-classical orchestral music CD, Fairy Tales, that he created specifically as the score for the ballet “Hans Christian Andersen." This is music that ...


News: Recording

James Todd Debuts with Original Music CD of Simply Cello and Piano

JAMES TODD - Quiet Beauty Original Heartsongs by cellist James Todd with pianist William Morse The cello -- after centuries as a classical instrument, usually as part of a string section -- is being taken to a new place in contemporary music by James Todd, who brings it to the forefront of his original music collection, ...


News: Recording

Climbing the Gates Album Features Improx Trio: Falkner Evans, Cecil McBee & Matt Wilson

CLIMBING THE GATES ALBUM FEATURES IMPROVISATORY JAZZ TRIO OF FALKNER EVANS,CECIL MCBEE & MATT WILSON New York jazz pianist Falkner Evans loves the purity of the traditional jazz trio, so he once again joins forces with bassist Cecil McBee and drummer Matt Wilson on the second Falkner Evans Trio album, Climbing the Gates, that features what ...


Article: Album Review

Falkner Evans: Climbing The Gates

Read "Climbing The Gates" reviewed by Mark Corroto

This recording by pianist Falkner Evans is a jazz critic's guilty pleasure. Sure, we are supposed to be combing the bins for the latest greatest high-wire jazz act. But sometimes a rock-solid traditional performance grabs hold of your ears and smiles result. Such is the case of this Oklahoma-born artist turned New York resident. ...


News: Recording

John Fluker's Christmas Gift is the jazzy/R&B-ish J is For Joy CD

Chart-topping pianist JOHN FLUKER is giving a special present this Christmas--J Is For Joy, an album of both R&B-influenced vocals and jazzy instrumentals that celebrates the night Jesus was born by presenting unique arrangements of classic carols along with original music. The music shows his influences--years of performing at church as well as backing top singers ...


News: Recording

Singer Vayo Brings Together Legendary South American Tango Musicians on New CD

VAYO - “TANGO LEGENDS" VAYO - TANGO LEGENDS Singer Vayo is leading the way in the revival of traditional tangos. On his third album, Tango Legends, he takes this popular art form to its authentic roots. Vayo's dramatic interpretations of classic tangos in Spanish, their original language, are framed only by the acoustic instruments (bandoneon, guitar ...


Article: Album Review

Antoinette Montague: Pretty Blues

Read "Pretty Blues" reviewed by Jim Santella

Antoinette Montague works with a top-notch ensemble for this project. The other musicians provide her vibrant voice with a cohesive sound that mellows all around her with a deeply felt blues spirit. Hence the title Pretty Blues, which emphasizes the luster that fills the room. The New York-based singer has an active career that ...


Article: Album Review

David Boswell: Bridge of Art

Read "Bridge of Art" reviewed by Jim Santella

With a program of his own compositions, smooth jazz guitarist David Boswell creates a variety of moods on Bridge of Art that relax, breathe fresh air into our lungs, and inspire. His fluid guitar technique and the session's driving backbeats ensure that everything remains at ease. Percussion, acoustic bass and piano surround Boswell's guitar with plenty ...


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