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Time Never Pauses

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Der Lumenmeister; Elizabeth; Green DeLuchs; Come Sunday; Tuesday Night Delivery; January Spring; Hello Janssen; Taylor Street Swing; Get Out of Town; 30 Rue des Martyrs.

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Kitt Lyles: Real Talk

Read "Real Talk" reviewed by Edward Blanco

An active performer and educator in the Chicago jazz community, young bassist Kitt Lyles is a graduate of Northwestern University with a degree in Jazz Studies and has performed in venues throughout North America, Latin America and Asia. A sideman on various other recordings, Lyles introduces his debut recording as leader on Real Talk presenting eight ...

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Kitt Lyles: Real Talk

Read "Real Talk" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

For his debut recording bassist/composer Kitt Lyles draws on his love for the jazz tradition, as well as southern folk and blues. A South Carolina native now residing in Chicago, he leads a working sextet (with one additional player on two tracks) through a varied program of originals. The title tune is built on a vamp, ...

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Hans Luchs: Time Never Pauses

Read "Time Never Pauses" reviewed by Budd Kopman

While it does not scream downtown, avant-garde, uber originality, guitarist Hans Luchs debut recording, Time Never Pauses, is far from a vanilla, “jazz as style" offering, and, in fact has much going for it. For one thing, his band, consisting of drummer George Fludas, bassist Clark Sommers, pianist Stu Mindeman and Shaun Johnson on ...

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Kitt Lyles: Real Talk

Read "Real Talk" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Real Talk is the debut album for young South Carolina-bred bassist Kitt Lyles who earned a degree in Jazz Studies from Northwestern University in 2013. As all the compositions are Lyles,' its success rests as much on his skills as a writer as his serving as a beacon for the sextet's able rhythm section. How does ...

Time Never Pauses

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Der Lumenmeister; Elizabeth; Green DeLuchs; Come Sunday; Tuesday Night Delivery; January Spring; Hello Janssen; Taylor Street Swing; Get Out of Town; 30 Rue des Martyrs.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Hans Luchs: Time Never Pauses

Read "Time Never Pauses" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Chicago-based guitarist Hans Luchs draws more from the recent than far past. More John Abercrombie and John Scofield than Wes Montgomery or Grant Green. His debut recording Time Never Pauses is a collection of eight original compositions and two transformed standards reveals the continued refining of modern jazz composition well past the head-solo section-head style of ...

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Hans Luchs: Time Never Pauses

Read "Time Never Pauses" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Not much can be said about Hans Luchs aside from the fact that he lives in Chicago, looks to be fairly young and plays an intense, assertive and agile guitar on Time Never Pauses, which, incidentally, is Luchs' recorded debut as leader of his own group. Luchs is also a writer who composed eight of the ...

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The Humble Organisms: Humble Beginnings

Read "Humble Beginnings" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Chi ama il funk degli anni sessanta nella classica formula con chitarra elettrica e organo hammond non si lasci sfuggire questo disco, che recensiamo con un po' di ritardo rispetto alla sua uscita negli Stati Uniti. The Humble Organisms è un quartetto operante a Chicago che rinnova la formula strumentale e la musica di ...


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