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A random selection of the best new releases from 2020 - Part 2

Read "A random selection of the best new releases from 2020 - Part 2" reviewed by Len Davis


We continue with a selection of some of the best new releases from 2020 Playlist Oz Noy “Groovin" from Snapdragon (Abstract Logix) 00:00 Marcus Klossek Electric Trio “Done" from Time Was Now (Double Moon) 06:11 Cindy Blackman Santana “We Came to Play" from Give the Drummer Some (Copperline Music) 12:26 Derek Sherinian “Dragonfly" from The Phoenix ...

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New releases and old favourites in Jazz Rock

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Richard Hallebeek, Derek Sherinian, Mike Gotthard and more. Playlist Richard Hallebeek “Friday at Last" from Bumerang (richard hallebeek.com) 00:00 Lorenzo Feliciati “Force Quit" from Rumble (Bandcamp) 07:25 Richard Hallebeek “Herbs" from Bumerang (rSelf Produced) 14:43 Snarky Puppy “Jefe" from Culcha Vulture (Ground Up) 21:54 Derek Sherinian “Temple Of Helios" from The Phoenix (Inside Out)29:10 ...

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Raoul Bjorkenheim, Billy Hart, Robert Glasper and More

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In the second part of this week's show we continue our perusal of new Progressive-Rock, Avant-Garde Jazz and R&B releases, including gems from Raoul Bjorkenheim's Italian project, Bill Hart Robert Glasper and more. Enjoy the show! Playlist Raoul Bjorkenheim “Saturn" from Saturn (Long Song) 00:00 Robert Glasper “Resting Warrior" from Collagically Speaking ...

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Tom Kennedy: Points of View

Read "Points of View" reviewed by Geno Thackara


Tom Kennedy is one of those behind-the-scenes players who's been all over the place in the jazz world. His bass is adaptable to just about any context, simple or tricky; he's been recruited for a solid low end by players from crooner Tania Maria to prog wizard Derek Sherinian. One of his steadiest ongoing stints has ...

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Oceana

Label: Tzadik
Released: 2011

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Inertia

Label: Inside Out Music America
Released: 2001
Track listing: Inertia, Frankenstein, Mata Hari, Evel Kneivel, La Pera Loca, Goodbye Porkpie Hat, Astroglide, What A Shame, Rhapsody Intro, Rhapsody In Black

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Derek Sherinian: Inertia

Read "Inertia" reviewed by John W. Patterson


(Hidden track warning . . . located in outro sector)Mission: Create killer follow-up release to monster-kewl Universe effort. Induce sales and demonstrate staying power.Mission crew: Derek crazy-keys-man Sherinian, Steve sounds-like-Jeff-Beck-fusion-era Lukathier, Simon oh-yeah-that-drums-guy Phillips, are teamed with three assorted heavy-weight-fusionjazzrock-bass-playing monsters TKennedy-n-TFranklin-n-JJohnson. Also add brief shots of fusion fiddle by Jerry The-Flock-Mahavishnu-Ork-Dregs ...

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Derek Sherinian: Inertia

Read "Inertia" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Keyboard whiz Derek Sherinian has made a living as a first call session ace, performing and recording with such disparate talent as Alice Cooper and “Kiss” along with his involvement with prog-metal bands, “Dream Theater”, “Platypus” and the high octane “Planet X”. However, Inertia might represent Sherinian’s finest recorded hour to date! Co-produced by the incomparable ...

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Planet X

Label: Tzadik
Released: 1999


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