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Article: Multiple Reviews

Leslie Lewis: Midnight Sun / Keeper of the Flame

Read "Leslie Lewis: Midnight Sun / Keeper of the Flame" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Leslie Lewis is a singer who has found steady work on the West Coast and elsewhere, and for good reason--she's personable, easy on the eyes, and more to the point, has a pleasant mid-range voice, sings squarely on key, and knows how to sell a lyric. Keeper of the Flame and Midnight Sun are Lewis' second ...

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Article: Album Review

Louis Durra: Rocket Science

Read "Rocket Science" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


The constant revitalization of the piano trio is one of the most rewarding developments in recent jazz history and it continues apace with Louis Durra's Rocket Science. Durra isn't introducing a major paradigm shift, but with Ryan McGillicuddy on bass and longtime compatriot Jerry Kalaf on drums, he's bringing a few fresh new tunes to the ...

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Article: Album Review

Louis Durra: The Best of Both Possible Worlds

Read "The Best of Both Possible Worlds" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Versatile pianist Louis Durra is no stranger to genre bending experiments. His resume as a recording artist includes sessions with church choirs and musical casts, as well as Christmas discs and those with his more mainstream jazz trio. On The Best of Both Possible Worlds, he interprets eight popular tunes ranging from light rock to reggae, ...

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Article: Album Review

The Susan Krebs Band: Everything Must Change

Read "Everything Must Change" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Baltimore native cum Angelino Susan Krebs is not exactly a wallflower. She has been hiding in plain sight for the past twenty years, being a Jill-of-all-trades in the entertainment arena. She has an impressive onstage (off-Broadway) and television presence in commercials and appearances on programmed cable that include Shameless and Mad Men. She has also made ...

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Noche

Label: Sea Breeze Jazz
Released: 2002
Track listing: Not a New Tune; Noche; Swingin'; September 15th, 1980 (for Bill Evans); Never Give Up; White Nights; So Long, Old Pal (for Eric von Essen); Common Ground; Tiny's Last Tune (44:58).

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Jerry Kalaf: Noche

Read "Noche" reviewed by Jack Bowers


"Tasteful" is an appropriate word with which to describe these (mostly) trio / quartet sessions recorded during the past several years by drummer Jerry Kalaf and a number of his like-minded musical colleagues. “Swinging" would be another (indeed, track 3 is the aptly named “Swingin'," enlivened by pianist Rich Eames, bassist Dave Carpenter and Kalaf's nimble ...


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