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Jon Cowherd

Although Mercy is Jon Cowherd's first album under his own name, the esteemed pianist/composer/arranger/producer is already firmly established as one of the jazz world's most accomplished, expressive and in-demand young musicians. The Kentucky-born, New Orleans-schooled, New York-based Cowherd is best known for his long-running partnership with drummer/bandleader Brian Blade, with whom he co-founded the Brian Blade Fellowship, whose acclaimed, influential albums showcase Cowherd's stellar keyboard work and singular compositional skills. When not recording and touring with the Fellowship, Cowherd has worked extensively with a broad array of players and singers from the jazz, pop and rock worlds. Brian Blade Fellowship Band His impressive resume aside, Mercy is the most compelling example yet of Jon Cowherd's remarkable sensitivity, inventiveness and versatility

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Solace

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: The Grind; Shanna Shuffle; For Michael; Satin Doll; Mane Tronk; Kinda Green; Like Rahsaan.

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Article: Album Review

Remy Le Boeuf: Light as a Word

Read "Light as a Word" reviewed by Jordan Penney


Light as a Word is the debut full-length album from saxophonist and composer Remy Le Boeuf as a leader, and it moves fluidly in liminal spaces. Its format and its performers—a sextet that includes piano, guitar, double bass, drums and tenor and alto sax—are firmly in a jazz idiom. But the songs themselves are more through-composed ...

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Hiding Place

Label: Mini Movie Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Hiding Place; Junk; Tea in the Sahara; The Best of My Love; Two of Us; Harvest; 3420.

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Blue Has A Range

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Lost and Found; Blue Language; Language of Love; Highline; Fern's Guitar; Reflector; Siquijor; Signpost Up Ahead; Blue Has a Range.

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Blended Lineage

Label: Red Piano Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Blended Lineage pt 1 Origins Blended Lineage pt 2 Motherland Blended Lineage pt 3 Trenches Blended Lineage pt 4 My Soul Swoons Slowly

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Article: Multiple Reviews

One Lineup, Two Approaches

Read "One Lineup, Two Approaches" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


These two releases have the same instrumental lineup, a jazz quintet fronted by saxophone and trumpet plus a string quartet. They even use the same trumpet player, Michael Rodriguez. However the two CDs take this formation down different paths. Brian Landrus For Now Blueland 2020 Baritone ...

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Article: Album Review

Tom Guarna: Spirit Science

Read "Spirit Science" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


With The Wishing Stones (Destiny Records, 2017) New York-based guitarist Tom Guarna released something of a breakthrough album, featuring a prominently cast quartet made up of Brian Blade on drums, John Patitucci on bass and pianist Jon Cowherd. With that album Guarna perfected his personal style of composition, which sees post-bop language taken to more extensive ...

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Article: Album Review

Steve Cardenas: Blue Has A Range

Read "Blue Has A Range" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Connections abound across the personnel list on this quartet date. Guitarist Steve Cardenas has been part of pianist Jon Cowherd's Mercy Project for the better part of a decade. There, and in bassist John Patitucci's Electric Guitar Quartet, he's logged some musical miles with drummer Brian Blade, who steadily employs Cowherd in his Fellowship band. And ...


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