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Cobb's Pocket

Label: In And Out Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Driftin’; Cobb’s Pocket; Frame for the Blues; Slidin’; Slow Hot Wind; Unit Seven; Polka Dots And Moonbeams; A Slow One.

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Hendrik Meurkens: Cobb's Pocket

Read "Cobb's Pocket" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello

It may be posited that what Louis Armstrong was to the trumpet, Toots Thielemans was to the mouthorgan. With Thielemans now blowing in the Upper Room, the field is open to aspiring and worthy replacements. Hendrik Meurkens fits that bill appropriately and is a leading contender, for sure. Like his aforementioned hero, Meurkens is not only ...

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Hendrik Meurkens: Cobb's Pocket

Read "Cobb's Pocket" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Is there anything more satisfying than the simmer-and-swing sonics of an organ combo on the move? How about one fronted by one of jazz's premiere harmonic players and backed by one of the most distinguished drummers in the music's history? Following up their successful meeting on Harmonicus Rex (Self-Produced, 2016), Hendrik Meurkens and nonagenarian icon Jimmy ...

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All Angles Orchestra: New Angle

Read "New Angle" reviewed by Jack Bowers

There was a time not long ago when most big bands fell more or less into fairly well-defined cubicles. There were, for example, those that were best known as dance bands (Glenn Miller, Harry James, the Dorsey brothers, Artie Shaw, Ray Anthony and so on), and, on the other hand, those whose raison d'etre was jazz ...

Beyond the Lines

Label: In And Out Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Vogio Una Donna; Celtico; River Spirit; Freak In Freak Out; The Clockwork; Bale Con La Uno; The Judge Says You Are Not Innocent; Days of Old; The Lost Call; The South Song; The Easy Whistler.

Simple Songs

Label: In And Out Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Pas de deux tranquille; Monsieur Satie; Viennese Marketplace; Himmelblau; Let My Children Waltz; Lullaby for Moli; (F)all Blues; Mildred, Bim & Mohamed; Mein! Yours?; Is the Moon Still Blue?; Hymn to Health.

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Christian Muthspiel, Steve Swallow: Simple Songs

Read "Simple Songs" reviewed by Mario Calvitti

Il titolo di questo nuovo lavoro del trombonista e pianista austriaco Christian Muthspiel, accompagnato dal basso elettrico di Steve Swallow, ne descrive il contenuto in maniera sinteticamente efficace. Canzoni semplici, appunto, essenziali non soltanto nella scarna strumentazione adottata, ma soprattutto nelle loro caratteristiche compositive. Spogliati di qualsiasi abbellimento superfluo gli undici brani del CD descrivono un'estetica ...

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ZZ Quartet: Beyond the Lines

Read "Beyond the Lines" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Three Europeans and celebrated American drummer Adam Nussbaum stir up some chutzpah via the guitar-accordion based format. In recent times the accordion's role in jazz-centric vernaculars has been expanding. And while this quartet doesn't invent a newfound genre, its spunky and articulate disposition, containing all original compositions engender a sophisticated outlook. With alternating tempos and several ...

Beyond the Lines

Label: In And Out Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Vogio Una Donna; Celtico; River Spirit; Freak In Freak Out; The Clockwork; Bale Con La Uno; The Judge Says You Are Not Innocent; Days of Old; The Lost Call; The South Song; The Easy Whistler.

The Dude Abides

Read "The Dude Abides" reviewed by Mark Corroto

To paraphrase Jeffrey Lebowski, aka The Dude (or El Dudarino, if you are not into the brevity thing), “I've had a rough night, and I hate the fucking Grateful Dead, man." Actually, The Dude said the “Eagles" (and I guess I'm obliged to agree with him), but for me the Dead seem to always get under ...


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