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September Songs - Part 1

Read "September Songs - Part 1" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


September is a rather auspicious month musically, as you will hear through a playlist of songs inspired by September... or by things associated with the month of September... or featuring musicians born in September.Happy listening!Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 James Brown “September Song" Soul ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Monica Martin: All The Feelings

Read "Monica Martin: All The Feelings" reviewed by Leo Sidran


Singer, songwriter, hairdresser, amateur photographer, schtick enthusiast Monica Martin talks about discovering her musical talent in her late teens, what it means to be “Wisconsin sober," the complex and delicate dynamics of her first band Phox, her mental health struggles, why it's so expensive to be poor, the many ways that she has had to integrate ...

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Article: Album Review

Rachel Eckroth: The Garden

Read "The Garden" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


One of the Phoenix's brightest lights, pianist-composer-vocalist Rachel Eckroth, who has ably added depth to the music of such polar opposites as Chris Botti, Rufus Wainwright, and St. Vincent, leaves no stone unturned in The Garden, her darkly convincing, Rainy Day Records debut. It is immediately apparent that Eckroth hears things unlike the rest ...

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Rough And Rowdy Ways

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: I Contain Multitudes; False Prophet; My Own Version of You; I’ve Made Up My Mind to Give Myself to You; Black Rider; Goodbye Jimmy Reed; Mother of Muses; Crossing the Rubicon; Key West; Murder Most Foul.

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Article: Album Review

Bob Dylan: Rough And Rowdy Ways

Read "Rough And Rowdy Ways" reviewed by Doug Collette


Bob Dylan's Rough And Rowdy Ways is a uniformly excellent piece of work. On these ten new original songs, the Nobel Laureate blends folk, blues and country music with just the slightest dash of gospel and, accompanied with sensitivity by his touring band (plus a few additional musicians including Blake Mills and Fiona Apple), the seamless ...

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Article: SoCal Jazz

Alice Soyer: A Tale of Two Wings

Read "Alice Soyer: A Tale of Two Wings" reviewed by Jim Worsley


To think of Alice Soyer is to immediately get in touch with your feelings. Soyer is a most accomplished composer, pianist, and vocalist, who also brilliantly shares her distinct impressions through her drawings and paintings. Born and raised just outside of jny: Paris, Soyer's art, in any form, denotes the cherished moments and adventures of her ...

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Article: Album Review

Daniel Karlsson: Fuse Number Eleven

Read "Fuse Number Eleven" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso


Fuse Number Eleven rappresenta una svolta per il trio di Daniel Karlsson e, in generale, per il jazz scandinavo: giunto al sesto disco in studio, il pianista originario di Kristinehamn nel Sud della Svezia, insieme a Christian Spering al contrabbasso, a Fredrik Rundqvist alla batteria e al contributo alla produzione di Goran Petersson, riprende i sentieri ...

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Article: Album Review

Nicole Saphos: Tiptoe

Read "Tiptoe" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Nicole Saphos is a bassist, singer and composer based in Washington, DC who, like a lot of younger musicians, is willing to mix rock influences into her music as significantly as straight-ahead jazz. On her debut CD, Tiptoe, she fronts a bass-guitar-drums trio in a suite of love songs comprised of standards, originals and a wild ...

News: Recording

Benoit Delbecq & Fred Hersch Double Trio's "Fun House" and Chris Clark's Debut "Cedar Wisely" Coming from Songlines

Benoit Delbecq & Fred Hersch Double Trio's "Fun House" and Chris Clark's Debut "Cedar Wisely" Coming from Songlines

Songlines will release a pair of extremely diverse yet equally exciting albums on March 12. Fun House, the first recorded collaboration between the critically acclaimed pianists Benoit Delbecq and Fred Hersch, finds them performing in a rare double-trio configuration. It's a ground-breaking encounter and between jazz piano and the sonic resources of contemporary classical music, between ...


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