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Gary Meek

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Live in St. Louis at the Chesterfield Jazz Festival

Label: Autumn Hill Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: The Zone; Big B, Little B; Mud Sauce; 101 Shuffle; Tribute; What Happened to My Good Shoes; Song for Claire; Rhythm-A-Ning; Synergy; Tower '99; Access Denied.

Album

Stories

Label: Autumn Hill Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Hurry Up!; Elements; The '70s; Stories; Don't Forget Your Jacket; A Simple Song; Altitude; BB's Blues.

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Tom Kennedy: Stories

Read "Stories" reviewed by Jim Worsley


It's commonplace that an artist will have a concept or theme in mind when starting a record project. To build from the ground up without any preconceptions could be a recipe for a disaster. However, if it didn't crash and burn and, in fact, went the other direction, the possibilities then become infinite. With no boundaries ...

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Article: Radio

[email protected], Withers ‘Just Because’, Newk & More

Read "Nat@100, Withers ‘Just Because’, Newk & More" reviewed by Marc Cohn


We get a jump on the Nat 'King' Cole centennial [coming in March] with his classic trio, along with two piano players influenced by Mr. Cole. Our Sonny Rollins celebration continues with a Miles date with Bird on tenor too. Upfront, there's 21st century sounds, as well as jazzed-up Bill Withers tunes... just because, well, it's ...

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Take Five with Sherry-Lynn Lee and George Paolini of 23rd Hour

Read "Take Five with Sherry-Lynn Lee and George Paolini of 23rd Hour" reviewed by 23rd Hour


About 23rd Hour For singer-songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Sherry-Lynn Lee and George Paolini, a chance meeting at an open mic transformed unlikely bedfellows into sympathetic artistic souls. Together now, the duo, who perform under the moniker 23rd Hour, announces its debut album--Perfect Strangers--a body of original compositions and jazz standards that melds eclectic ...

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Billy Jones: 3's a Crowd

Read "3's a Crowd" reviewed by Troy Dostert


Duo records involving drummers aren't that common in the world of straight-ahead jazz. While it's never been an infrequent option for avant-gardists (and there are some truly legendary examples, not the least of which are John Coltrane and Rashied Ali's Interstellar Space, Max Roach and Cecil Taylor's Historic Concerts, and Peter Brötzmann and Hamid Drake's Dried ...

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Carol Robbins: Moraga

Read "Moraga" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


The harp is certainly rare in jazz and so its role in a traditional combo is not well defined. Alice Coltrane, for example used it as a supplement to her keyboards, while Adele Girard, played it like a boogie woogie piano. Others like Janet Putnam and Betty Glamann were relegated to a rhythm guitar role in ...

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Brian Bromberg: Compared to That

Read "Compared to That" reviewed by Larry Taylor


Ever sit back dreamily listening to an album, letting the music wash over you when all of a sudden, you hear a number that snaps you to attention? Such is the experience when listening to Brian Bromberg's Compared to That. The noteworthy number here: “Hayride," an original by Bromberg. Earlier tracks are hard-edged smooth ...

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Carol Robbins: Moraga

Read "Moraga" reviewed by Edward Blanco


The harp is probably one of the least recognized and utilized instruments in jazz yet, the jazz harp is as much a part of the genre as the saxophone, with only a handful of musicians making it their instrument of choice. The late Dorothy Ashby and Alice Coltrane, along with Lori Andrews, Columbian Edmar Castaneda and ...


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