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Article: Radio

Chris Potter Circuits Trio, Aaron Lebos Reality, Zane Carney, Gerald Gradwohl and more

Read "Chris Potter Circuits Trio, Aaron Lebos Reality, Zane Carney, Gerald Gradwohl and more" reviewed by Len Davis


New releases from Chris Potter, Zane Carney, and Gerald Gradwohl, plus Erik Escobar and Aaron Lebos Reality. Playlist Kai Eckhardt “InThe Pocket" from Honour Simplicity:Respect the Flow (Naim) 00:00 Cosmic Farm “Steel Rider" from Cosmic Farm (Tone Centre) 07:44 Aaron Lebos Reality “Goldrush" from 141 Layers of Ikigai (Self Produced) 15:20 Chris Potter Circuits ...

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Article: Building a Jazz Library

Zakir Hussain: The Best Jazz / Crossover Albums

Read "Zakir Hussain: The Best  Jazz / Crossover Albums" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Zakir Hussain turned 70 on March 9th. In an unparalleled career, which began in earnest aged 7, the man widely acclaimed as the world's greatest tabla player has played with the giants of both Indian classical music and jazz. It is hard to think of another musician who has straddled both worlds to such a prominent ...

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The Natural Order of Things

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: The Natural Order of Things; El Prado; Waltz for Chick; Beyond Silence; What’s the Meaning of This; Amorzinha; Simple Gifts; Theme and Variation in Db.

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The Natural Order of Things

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2020
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Article: Album Review

Ted Moore Trio: The Natural Order of Things

Read "The Natural Order of Things" reviewed by Jack Bowers


A piano trio led by a drummer? While that may not always be The Natural Order of Things, it is here. The drummer is the veteran Ted Moore, his teammates the talented pianist Phil Markowitz and rock-solid bassist Kai Eckhardt. Moore composed and arranged (almost) all of the music, which enlivens themes from Brazil and Spain, ...

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Article: Interview

Shambhu: Soothing Guitar for Stressful Times

Read "Shambhu: Soothing Guitar for Stressful Times" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


The times we live in call for reflection and one of the ways of providing it is through music. Music can slow our lives down and make us live in the moment, but it can also connect people. Since he discovered music, guitarist and composer Shambhu Neil Vineberg has been on a journey that has seen ...

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Article: Interview

Larry Coryell: Less Rock, More Jazz

Read "Larry Coryell: Less Rock, More Jazz" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins


This interview was originally published at All About Jazz in June 2001. A true jazz pioneer, guitarist Larry Coryell was one of the earliest musicians to experiment with the fusion of jazz and rock styles. Originally from Galveston, Texas, Coryell moved to New York in 1965, at a time when the city's music scene ...

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Take Five with Brad Myers

Read "Take Five with Brad Myers" reviewed by Brad Myers


Meet Brad Myers: Brad Myers has spent his life in the pursuit of making music that is tasteful and driven by a deep connection to the soul, regardless of stylish trends or prognosis for financial success. Currently residing in jny: Cincinnati, Ohio, he is an ever evolving improvising musician who has played the guitar since ...

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Article: Album Review

Ken Berman: Sound Poetry

Read "Sound Poetry" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Pianist Ken Berman's friendship with the late poet Eythan Klamka served as the inspiration for Sound Poetry, a musical project of mostly original compositions bookended by two solo reinterpretations of classic jazz standards. Poet Klamka, to whom this album is dedicated, had previously stated that “any true musician is a sound poet" and to this end, ...


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