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Brother Jack McDuff: Ain't No Sunshine

Read "Ain't No Sunshine" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


At The Gallery, Seattle Washington 1972, Brother Jack McDuff, master of the Hammond B-3 organ, showcased his unparalleled talent, backed by a tight-knit ensemble of seasoned musicians. The result is a never-before-released live recording in a deluxe limited-edition hand-numbered 180-gram 2-LP set, produced by record executive and tenor saxophonist Cory Weeds. The ...

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Article: Interview

Lorne Lofsky: Steward of the Canadian Guitar Tradition

Read "Lorne Lofsky: Steward of the Canadian Guitar Tradition" reviewed by John Chacona


Guitarist Lorne Lofsky rocketed to fame when It Could Happen To You (Pablo Records, 1981), his debut release as a leader, was produced by fellow Canadian Oscar Peterson. Lofsky has since toured and recorded with a wide range of musicians from all around the world, including Peterson, but his hometown of jny: Toronto has been his ...

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Article: Journey into Jazz

Record Store Day 2024 Jazz Releases

Read "Record Store Day 2024 Jazz Releases" reviewed by Kyle Simpler


Every year, Record Store Day (RSD) promises limited edition vinyl releases for all tastes in music. From the latest popular artists to the most obscure archival releases, RSD drops try to cover a lot of musical territory. Practically all genres of music are represented and, of course, jazz is no exception. Fortunately, the April 2024 drop ...

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Article: Interview

Jim West: 40 Years and Going Strong at Justin Time Records

Read "Jim West: 40 Years and Going Strong at Justin Time Records" reviewed by Kerilie McDowall


Owner of Canada's Justin Time Records, the multi-award-winning Jim West, has brought stellar top performers from the Canadian music scene and the USA to the global stage since 1983 for almost half a century, and that's some heavyweight “cred." To celebrate, the label has crafted a compilation, 40 Years of ...

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Article: Album Review

Bernie Senensky: Moment to Moment

Read "Moment to Moment" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Canadian pianist Bernie Senensky's latest album, Moment to Moment, encompasses two quartet sessions recorded almost twenty years apart: the first in 2001, the second (live) in 2020. While the rhythm sections differ on each, the one constant (aside from Senensky) is the acclaimed tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander. If you are planning to have only one constant, ...

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Moment to Moment

Label: Cellar Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Alexander's Realtime Band; Speak Low; Matchmaker; Moment to Moment; Blues for E.J.; Make Believe; Stand Pat; Alexander's Realtime Band.

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Article: Album Review

Bernie Senensky: Moment to Moment

Read "Moment to Moment" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


Bernie Senensky is a nuanced and adaptable pianist. Throughout his career he has shown an unparalleled improvisational approach to the material he chooses that crosses borders and generations. In this current release, entitled Moment to Moment, the music comes from two performance opportunities, from 2001 and 2020, and is anchored simultaneously historically and from the future. ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Dead Center of the Mainstream

Read "Dead Center of the Mainstream" reviewed by Patrick Burnette


For all their excursions into the avant-garde, fusion, post-bop, and other “edgy" forms of jazz, sometimes the boys just want to wallow right in the middle of the stream—the main part of it, you might say. This fortnight's feast includes two instrumental and two vocal albums all centered in the tradition and happy to be there. ...

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A Time for Love: The Oscar Peterson Quartet

Label: Mack Avenue Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Cool Walk; Sushi; Love Ballade; Cakewalk; A Salute To Bach: Allegro, Andante, Bach's Blues; A Time For Love; How High The Moon; Soft Winds; Waltz For Debby; When You Wish Upon A Star; Duke Ellington Medley: Take The "A" Train, Don't Get Around Much Anymore, Come Sunday, C-Jam Blues, Lush Life; Caravan; Blues Etude.


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