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Classic Scotty

Label: J Curve Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Going Down this Road Feeling Bad, LaGrange, Cold Cold Heart, We Gotta Get Outa This Place, Honey Fingers, Milk Cow Blues, Boogie on Reggae woman, All My Lovin', Ruby Are You Mad At Your Man?

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Scotty Anderson: Classic Scotty

Read "Classic Scotty" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Classic Scotty twangs to life with a back porch, sittin' and pickin' take on the traditional “Going Down and Feeling Bad," with a couple of classic guitar pickers, Scotty Anderson and Harold Kennedy sounding like good old country boys kickin' back and relaxing; and it's a fitting opening for a set that shifts back and forth ...

Riddle of the Sphinx

Label: J Curve Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Valley of the Dry Bones; Moses in Egypt; Eastern Joy Dance; Lullaby of Isfahan; Riddle of the Sphinx; The Desert Sands of Cairo; Black Nile; Isfahan; Marabi; The Red Sea

Unfolding

Label: J Curve Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Sea Shantey; Isabella Meets Wally; If and Only If; You Are the Sunshine of My Life; 'Todd's Dream; PB and J; MAO's Blues; Second Chance; Equinox.

Deelings

Label: J Curve Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Creative Locomotion; Her Gentle Way; Eirlav; There Will Never Be Another You; C Minor Joint; Middle East; I'm Glad There Is You; I Sent the Fax; Dee's Theme.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Aaron Goldberg: Unfolding

Read "Unfolding" reviewed by Jack Bowers

I’ve heard a number of masterful young pianists recently, and here’s another one. Like any perceptive keyboard artist, Aaron Goldberg writes poetry with his fingertips, evoking the same feelings of warmth and desire, sadness and joy that are common to the written or spoken word. Unfolding, Goldberg’s second J Curve album, consists of seven of his ...

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Aaron Goldberg: Unfolding

Read "Unfolding" reviewed by Bob Powers

Jazz often translates to the unitiated as noise without meaning. Folks who love jazz in all its variations would make a good choice if their jazzless neighbors or co-workers were introduced to Aaron Goldberg. In his second album, Unfolding for the Cincinnati-based label J Curve, Goldberg provides ample evidence that he's ready to climb the top ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Aaron Goldberg: Unfolding

Read "Unfolding" reviewed by Jim Santella

Impressionism drives the jazz piano trio. Aren't we all storytellers? Listeners' interpretations can vary, and that's what makes art special. Just let yourself go. On his second recording as leader, Aaron Goldberg unfolds seven original stories and two classic pieces. His trio works in close proximity, with an intuitive feel. There's a fair amount of freedom ...

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Mark Gross: Riddle of the Sphinx

Read "Riddle of the Sphinx" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Alto/soprano saxophonist Mark Gross and his cohorts carry on in music man's fascination with trying to solve the riddles associated with Egypt's greatest monument the Sphinx. The first track, the mysterious sounding “Valley of the Dry Bones" establishes the overall setting for what's to follow over the next 50 or so minutes, viz., Middle Eastern musical ...

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Darren Barrett: Deelings

Read "Deelings" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Darren Barrett, winner of the prestigious Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition in 1997, is emerging as a leader in the New Bop movement, a jazz form that combines elements of hard bop (there is lots of that here), fusion and modal music. His second album has a musical agenda of mostly original compositions mixed with two ...


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