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News: Recording

Jan Hammer Will Release Seasons Pt. 2 On August 19

Jan Hammer Will Release Seasons Pt. 2 On August 19

In 2018 Jan Hammer re-emerged after a nearly decade-long hiatus with the release of Seasons Pt. 1, a compilation of existing musical ‘sketches’ that he’d developed into longer pieces just for the album. Seasons Pt. 1 was so well received—it was lauded by Something Else Reviews as..." a fully orchestrated sound, all springing from his fertile ...

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Article: Album Review

Matt Choboter's Hypnopompia: Sleep Inertia

Read "Sleep Inertia" reviewed by Doug Collette


In keeping with its title, these eight tracks of just over fifty-minutes comprise a waking/sleeping dreamscape where conscious thoughts crystallize. then turn amorphous in an engrossing cyclical pattern. The fourteen or so minutes of the two-part “Converging Diverging" elucidate the most literal instrumental explication of the concept: replete with far too much ornate detail to fit ...

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News: Recording

Drummer/Composer And Rhythmic Storyteller Sean Noonan To Release Two Imaginative New Albums In Early 2022

Drummer/Composer And Rhythmic Storyteller Sean Noonan To Release Two  Imaginative New Albums In Early 2022

Drummer and composer Sean Noonan has long preferred the term “Rhythmic Storyteller” to describe his audacious, genre-defiant artistry. As a modern-day self-described sonic griot he combines the most ancient of traditions with forward-seeking experimentation; as a kind of post-modern wandering minstrel he gathers irreverent folk tales and offbeat inspirations from various cultures and translates them through ...

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News: Recording

Songlines To Release Digital Only Re-Master Of Human Feel's 'Speak To It' On September 17

Human Feel—Andrew D’Angelo, alto saxophone, bass clarinet; Chris Speed, tenor sax, clarinet; Kurt Rosenwinkel, guitar and Jim Black, drums—was one of New York's most distinctive downtown bands of the mid-'90s, when Songlines was doing a lot of recording in New York. (Jim Black had already been on Dave Douglas’s Tiny Bell Trio, Ellery Eskelin’s Jazz Trash ...

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News: Festival

The Brubeck Brothers Will Headline 31st Annual Suncoast Jazz Festival

The Brubeck Brothers Will Headline 31st Annual Suncoast Jazz Festival

Taking Place in Clearwater Beach, Florida from November 19-21, This Year’s Line Up Combines Returning Fan Favorites with Even More High-Profile Performers When the Suncoast Jazz Festival returns in November after its COVID-imposed hiatus, it will be celebrating its 31st anniversary, as last year’s virtual festival marked its milestone 30th year of bringing a true jazz ...

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News: Music Industry

Vocalist Kari Kirkland’s Single, 'Break Your Heart' Enters Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart At #30

Vocalist Kari Kirkland’s Single, 'Break Your Heart' Enters Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart At #30

New Video Is an Endearing Story Focusing on Animal Welfare Singer Kari Kirkland’s debut album, Wild Is the Wind, was released in February of 2021 and immediately earned the former Ironman Triathlete competitor and flying trapeze and aerial bungee artist considerable critical acclaim. Jazz Times selected the album as an Editor’s Pick, concluding “…artfully walking the ...

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Article: Interview

Fabia Mantwill: Realizing a Dream

Read "Fabia Mantwill: Realizing a Dream" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke


As a child in Germany, it seemed clear Fabia Mantwill would do something in the field of music. She went to a musical kindergarten. That's how early on she was touched by the arts. At the age of 6, she was taking classical piano lessons. By age 10, it was on to saxophone. Now in Berlin, ...

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Article: Take Five With...

Take Five with Kari Kirkland

Read "Take Five with Kari Kirkland" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Meet Kari Kirkland Kari Kirkland's debut album 'Wild is the Wind' was produced and arranged by four-time Grammy©-nominee, pianist, composer, and arranger Shelly Berg. He assembled an impressive cast of players for the recording: legendary guitarist Dean Parks, Kevin Axt (Tierney Sutton) on bass, and drummer Gregg Field (Frank Sinatra), with Berg himself on piano. The ...

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News: Recording

'Flicker Down,' New Release From Modern Chamber Jazz Trio Waxwing, Available On May 21

'Flicker Down,' New Release From Modern Chamber Jazz Trio Waxwing, Available On May 21

"Elegant and bittersweet…The original compositions, by each of the three band members, accommodate fluttery abstraction as well as glowing consonance. Everything—the shifting interplay, the shape of the tunes, the mood—communicates a sense of proportion." —Nate Chinen, New York Times Following their 2015 Songlines release, A Bowl of Sixty Taxidermists, Vancouver’s premier chamber jazz trio Waxwing (formed ...

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Article: Book Review

George Gruel: Lawyers Guns & Photos: Photographs and tales of my adventures with Warren Zevon - Deluxe International Edition

Read "George Gruel: Lawyers Guns & Photos: Photographs and tales of my adventures with Warren Zevon - Deluxe International Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette


Lawyers, Guns & Photos: Photographs and tales of my adventures with Warren Zevon George Gruel 112 Pages ISBN: # 978-0615617725 Big Gorilla Books 2020 George Gruel may not have been Warren Zevon's only jack-of-all-trades, road manager and aide-de-camp (for six years), but having been called out to the ...


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