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John Beasley: Everyone Loves John

Read "John Beasley: Everyone Loves John" reviewed by Scott Mitchell


Keyboardist John Beasley (aka “The Bease" to friends and family) is a musician's musician and one of the busiest professionals in the game. His biography and list of credits are so broad and deep that they could fill an NFL playbook.If NASA or MIT were to invent a device that could measure creative and ...

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Joe Lovano: Inimitable Streams of Expression

Read "Joe Lovano: Inimitable Streams of Expression" reviewed by Angela Davis


Penned as “one of the greatest musicians in jazz history," saxophonist Joe Lovano has successfully created a unique voice within the jazz tradition and has contributed significantly to the continuance and development of the idiom.In just over a quarter of a century he has created an expansive body of work that has covered a ...

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Rusty Taylor: Jazz + Country = Southern Comfort

Read "Rusty Taylor: Jazz + Country = Southern Comfort" reviewed by Guy Zinger


Rusty Allen Taylor is an engaging example of a new a new country-jazz, male vocalist. With his touch of country zing, he creates a mix of sweetness and mellowness, on the one hand, and speckles it with dirt, on the other. This bittersweet mix is a parallel to his life and generates a truly unique sound. ...

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Diego Urcola: Musical Ecstasy

Read "Diego Urcola: Musical Ecstasy" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke


Jazz music, its freedom and emphasis on self-expression through improvisation, has always had a strong pull on its practitioners, its artists. As fans and listeners, those qualities are also treasured. The infectious nature of those qualities is why jazz fans are passionate and loyal. It's music, born and bred in the United States, that has a ...

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Forbes Graham: Magenta Haze

Read "Forbes Graham: Magenta Haze" reviewed by Gordon Marshall


Forbes Graham isn't hell-bent on taking the jazz world over by fiat. Then again, a sterling tone like Louis Armstrong's, a sense of stride and a sidewinder sleekness position him to do so. He brings spot-on timing, inherited from his key precursor, Don Cherry, into the icy age of post jazz--and swings, too, situated ...

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Scott Tinkler: Trumpet Down Under

Read "Scott Tinkler: Trumpet Down Under" reviewed by Ludwig vanTrikt


Bassist/composer Lindsey Horner recently said, “I think one thing that has really changed in the past quarter century is that the music has become so broad, so truly international and genre-encompassing that the days when jazz was one very definable, finite thing are well and truly gone." These remarks also serve to introduce this interview with ...


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