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Jim Ridl

Jim Ridl is a pianist, composer, arranger and educator and resides in New Jersey. He performs internationally, nationally, and locally, with the Jim Ridl Trio and Quintet, the Dave Liebman Big Band, in duet with Diane Monroe, the Denis DiBlasio Quintet, the JD Walter Quartet, the Ant Farm Quartet and the Manhattan Bones. Jim has 5 critically acclaimed cd releases: Your Cheatin’ Heart and Other Works (2005) with Ron Kerber, JD Walter, Steve Varner, Jim Miller and Jef Lee Johnson on the Dreambox Media Label ((more on this recording); Door In a Field (2003, DBM); Jim Ridl Trio/Live (2001, DBM); Blues Liberations - solo piano (2000, DBM); and Five Minutes to Madness and Joy (1999, Synergy)

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Secret Language

Label: MaryLynn Gillaspie
Released: 2022
Track listing: 1. Can It Be Done - mini 2. Vivo Sonhando 3. Matte Kudasai 4. All The Things You Are - mini 5. Dolphin Dance (Secret Language) 6. (It's Just) Talk 7. Orange Blossoms In Summertime 8. Can We Pretend 9. Venusian Cafe - mini 10. Skippy's Dream ('Hypnagogia') 11. Wherever You Are 12. Detour Ahead - mini 13. If We Could Change 14. Fly Me To The Moon - mini

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Article: Album Review

Eric Goletz: A New Light

Read "A New Light" reviewed by Richard J Salvucci


Eric Goletz is a virtuoso trombonist who also writes and arranges. On first hearing, his core band may put some in mind of Chase, Bill Chase's high-flying group that featured both vocals and technically demanding trumpet. Goletz has something similar going on. The music opens with “Prelude: Before the Light" and “A New Light," with a ...

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Jazz Up Down and Straight Ahead

Label: Swinginback
Released: 2021
Track listing: Back Then True Blood Segment In a New Place Dark Tunnel Bare Bones For Him for Her Switch Up Fort Green Brooklyn Sweet Lorraine Color of Thanks

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Onward

Label: Shifting Paradigm Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Onward; Feast in the Fuar; Stepping Off; The Imposter; Arrival; Hint of Mint; There Will Never Be Another You; Feel Like Makin’ Love.

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While We Were Gone

Label: Paul Jost Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: CD1: Poetic Justice; Bye Bye BlackBird; Feels Like Home: Centerpiece; Ev'rybody's Talkin'; Gentle Rain; Lover Man; A Beautiful Friendship; Marie; My Foolish Heart; Some Other Time. CD2: January 6th; Livin in The Wrong Time; Sunshine Superman; If I Only Had a Brain; Young and Foolish; On the Sunny Side of the Street; If I Had You; I Thought About You; The Nearness of You; I Didn't Know What Time It Was; We'll Be Together Again.

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A New Light

Label: Consolidated Artists Productions
Released: 2021
Track listing: Prelude, Before the Light; A New Light; Edge of Night; Dig; Enchanted; Greene Street Groove; Sunrise, Sunset; Song for Elizabeth; Don’t Gimme That!; The Mirror; Postlude: After the Light.

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Article: Top Ten List

Pat Martino Top Ten Albums: More Than Meets The Eye

Read "Pat Martino Top Ten Albums: More Than Meets The Eye" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Hugely admired by his peers, guitarist Pat Martino never really enjoyed the high profile accorded the likes of John McLaughlin, John Abercrombie, Pat Metheny or John Scofield, though in that esteemed company the Philadelphian guitarist, who passed away in 2021, surely belongs. In a sixty-year career, interrupted for the guts of a decade by ...

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Article: Album Review

Eric Goletz: A New Light

Read "A New Light" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Trombonist Eric Goletz, an in-demand studio musician and sideman in New York City for three decades, released his first album as leader of his own ensemble in March 2021, and quickly followed with the second, A New Light, wherein his core octet is bolstered by three trumpets, half a dozen horns and a five-member string section. ...

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Article: Interview

Pat Martino: The Continual Pulsation of the Now

Read "Pat Martino: The Continual Pulsation of the Now" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


This article was first published at All About Jazz in October 2000. Listening to Pat Martino speak feels like he's playing guitar. He employs elegantly elongated lines, thoughtful and deep. He says plenty but never too much. He projects the best type of wisdom, wisdom gained by reflecting upon experience. And, boy, does Pat ...


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