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The Latin Side Of Joe Henderson

Label: Half Note Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Recorda Me; Mamacita; Afro-Centric; Black Narcissus; Blue Bossa; Inner Urge.

Wild Beauty

Label: Half Note Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Wild Beauty; Powerhouse; Streets of Naples; Our Daily Bread; Big Ben; Sanctuary; Park Miss Etna; Viva Caruso.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Conrad Herwig: The Latin Side Of Joe Henderson

Read "The Latin Side Of Joe Henderson" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

So what makes The Latin Side Of Joe Henderson different from trombonist Conrad Herwig's previous Latin Side albums? Well, for starters, Herwig played with Henderson for several years, an experience which gave him great insight into the music and the man who made it. Then there's the material itself. Henderson's music, more so than that of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brussels Jazz Orchestra: Wild Beauty

Read "Wild Beauty" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

Benchè candidato alla vincita di un Grammy Award, Wild Beauty, non è certo uno dei migliori CD della Brussels Jazz Orchestra. A conti fatti, i due prestigiosi ospiti non costituiscono il valore aggiunto di un progetto che naviga senza grandi colpi d'ala in un quieto mainstream. Joe Lovano è un magnifico solista, ma le sue composizioni ...

Wild Beauty

Label: Half Note Records
Released: 2013

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEW

Fours

Read "Fours" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Savion GloverFoursHalf Note Records2012Tap titan Savion Glover has been known to bring in the noise and the funk, but this DVD is about bringing out the jazz. Glover, the dancer/actor/choreographer who sits at the top of the tap pyramid, has long been inspired by this music and the ...

Enfants Terribles: Live at the Blue Note

Label: Half Note Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: What Is This Thing Called Love?; Body & Soul; Stella By Starlight; I'll Remember April; I Remember You; I Can't Get Started.

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Dan McClenaghan's Best Releases of 2012

Read "Dan McClenaghan's Best Releases of 2012" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Scores of excellent CDs were released in 2012. These are some of the finest. Click on the CD titles for more in depth reviews. Hal Galper Airegin Revisited Origin Records Pianist Hal Galper has been delving deeply into his rubato explorations of the standards, along with his ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lee Konitz / Bill Frisell / Gary Peacock / Joey Baron: Enfants Terribles: Live at the Blue Note

Read "Enfants Terribles: Live at the Blue Note" reviewed by Greg Simmons

At almost 85 years old Lee Konitz can play whatever he damn well pleases on his alto saxophone, and it's a good thing he does. He may currently be making some of the most interesting music of his long career. Enfants Terribles: Live at the Blue Note teams Konitz with three first-rate musicians--all jazz stars in ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lee Konitz / Bill Frisell / Gary Peacock / Joey Baron: Enfants Terribles: Live at the Blue Note

Read "Enfants Terribles: Live at the Blue Note" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Super groups are, by their very nature, either bright shining stars or catastrophic exploding supernovae. Dream team basketball lineups get beat by upstarts, and the new Stallone/Schwarzenegger/Van Damme movie is sure to be a nonstarter. The reasons for the flops are usually chemistry and vision, both essential requirements.Same can be said for jazz groups. ...


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