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In Transit

Label: Jazz Village
Released: 2017
Track listing: Soulful Times; Rush Hour; Movin'; Cinema Paradiso; Night Flight; We See; Rockin' Ronnie's; Jarreau; Blues in Hoss' Flat; Boogie Stop Shuffle; Sunrise - Bonus Track; Swamp To An Oasis - Bonus Track

Graviton

Label: Jazz Village
Released: 2017
Track listing: Breathe; Graviton; The Waiting Game; Kalamata; Look Up; Andromeda; Fellowship; Escape Velocity; Aurora; The Time Delay Of Light.

Marseille

Label: Jazz Village
Released: 2017
Track listing: Marseille (instrumental); Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child; Pots En Verre; Marseille (vocal #1); Autumn Leaves; I Came Back To See You / You Were Not There; Baalbeck; Marseille (vocal #2).

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Ahmad Jamal: Marseille

Read "Marseille" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Four years between studio albums is a long gap by Ahmad Jamal's standards. Not that the 87-year-old pianist has been idle since the widely acclaimed Saturday Morning (Jazz Village, 2013). He's released two live albums in that time--Live at The Olympia (Jazz Village, 2014) featuring Yusef Lateef and Live in Marciac 2014 (Jazz Village, 2015)--and remains ...

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Kyle Eastwood: In Transit

Read "In Transit" reviewed by Kris Perdew

Now that he is into his late 40's and has released nine albums in his 19 years as leader, no lingering doubt can remain that bassist and composer Kyle Eastwood has stepped out of the formidable shadow of his father. The latest evidence is presented here in the form of Eastwood's latest release, In Transit.

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Uri Gurvich: Kinship

Read "Kinship" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

It's all about fellowship, culture, and concordance of spirit and sound. Put simply, saxophonist Uri Gurvich's Kinship is diversity and unity in league.Gurvich's third release, following The Storyteller (Tzadik, 2009) and BabEL (Tzadik 2013), keys in on many of the same aspects as his earlier work. The music is a multicultural amalgam that speaks ...

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Andrew McCormack: Graviton

Read "Graviton" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Graviton's nearest comparison might well be Chick Corea's early albums Return To Forever and Light As A Feather with Flora Purim. But this is much more effusive and busier with stop/start melodies as heard on “Breathe" and the title track. Wordless vocals swoop over insistent piano runs and saxophone incursions courtesy of London-born singer Eska (Eska ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ahmad Jamal: Marseille

Read "Marseille" reviewed by Roger Farbey

There are few true jazz legends left alive now let alone still recording albums of the calibre of Marseille. Ahmad Jamal is one such venerable figure and the octogenarian (born July 2, 1930) has recorded an album of consistent brilliance. Jamal prefers to refer to his playing as American classical music rather than jazz and he's ...

Brel

Label: Jazz Village
Released: 2016
Track listing: Quano on n’a Que L’amour; La Chanson des Vieux Amants; Vesoul-Amsterdam; Ces Cens-la; Mathilde; Ne Me Quitte Pas; Le Plat Pays; Bruxelles; Isabelle; La Valse a Mille Temps.

Homes

Label: Jazz Village
Released: 2016
Track listing: Homes; Verona; KeeDee; Home E-minor; Space; Cosmic Patience; Eyes to See; Parisian Thoroughfare; Samba em Prelúdio; Last Train Home; Dove Song; Place Like No Home.


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