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Ed Lucie

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Serendipity

Label: Whaling City Sound
Released: 2021
Track listing: Alfie’s Theme; On Green Dolphin Street; Well, You Needn’t; Labor of Love; Insensatez (How Insensitive; Bing Bang Boom!; Elvin!; The Night Has a Thousand Eyes; East of the Sun and West of the Moon; Happy Hour

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News: Recording

One Of Those Nights: 'Serendipity' Is The Sound Of John Stein And His Trio Finding A Way To Get Beautiful Music Into The Hearts And Hands Of Jazz Fans, Despite The Odds

One Of Those Nights: 'Serendipity' Is The Sound Of John Stein And His Trio Finding A Way To Get Beautiful Music Into The Hearts And Hands Of Jazz Fans, Despite The Odds

Like many serious musicians, John Stein was trying to find a way to reach his audience following the Covid-19 breakout. He had just released Watershed, a career- defining recording to mark his planned retirement from Berklee College of Music, where he was an acclaimed educator. Of course, as with live music in general, the tour in ...

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Article: Album Review

Steven Kirby: Illuminations

Read "Illuminations" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Illuminations--guitarist Steven Kirby's third album, following Point Of Balance (Challenge Records, 1998) and North Lights (Challenge Records, 2003)--is both true to previous form and highly expansive. Kirby uses elements of the sonic palette(s) that helped to color his earlier work, referencing the probing lyricism of John Abercrombie and the straight-to-the-heart melodic qualities shot through in classic ...


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