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Kurt Rosenwinkel


American composer, multi-instrumentalist, bandleader, and producer Kurt Rosenwinkel is one of the most celebrated musical voices in jazz and is widely renowned as one of the most distinctive and gifted guitarists to have ever played the instrument.
Rosenwinkel’s harmonically rich, rhythmically free, and incomparably fluid style has made him one of the most important jazz musicians to emerge in the last thirty years, and his groundbreaking sonic conception of the guitar has changed the way the instrument has been perceived and played ever since. His recordings as a bandleader in early aughts on Verve Records were strikingly original releases that reshaped contemporary jazz in the 21st century


Dark Horse

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Luna Park; Dark Horse (Intro); Dark Horse; Dreamers; Gift of Time; Torn; Sonic River (Intro); Sonic River; Berlin People.


Open Spaces

Label: Cellar Music
Released: 2023
Track listing: The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald; How Many Roads; Ahead by a Century; Shenandoah; I Hear; Jib Set; Canadian Folk Song; Rentrer; Sarracenia Purpurea; Red River Valley.


In What Direction Are You Headed?

Label: Smoke Sessions Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Terra Nova; Filters; In What Direction Are You Headed?"; Composition 4; Two Way Street; Safe Corners; Bobby No Bags; Someday We'll All Be Free.


Far Far Away

Label: Savant Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Far Far Away; Infinity; It Might As Well Be Spring; Nowhere To Hide; Obsession; Pat; Search For Peace; Little Falls.


Undercover: Live At The Village Vanguard

Label: Heartcore Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Cycle Five; The Past Intact; Solé; Our Secret World; Music; Undercover.


Kings Highway

Label: Stoner Hill
Released: 2023
Track listing: Until We Meet Again; Catalysts; People's Park; Kings Highway; Look To The Hills; Migration; God Be With You.


Article: Album Review

Joshua Redman: Where Are We

Read "Where Are We" reviewed by Dave Linn

After graduating from Berkeley High School in 1986, Joshua Redman (son of jazz legend Dewey Redman) won a full scholarship to Harvard, where he graduated summa cum laude in 1991. He was accepted at Yale Law School to become a lawyer. Instead, he embarked on a musical career which quickly turned luminous. He won the Thelonious ...


Article: Album Review

Daniel Hersog Jazz Orchestra: Open Spaces

Read "Open Spaces" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

The subtitle of this album is “Folk Songs Reimagined" and Daniel Hersog uses a very liberal meaning for the term “folk song" here. He includes traditional folk songs on this album, in addition to familiar tunes by Bob Dylan and Gordon Lightfoot and his own folk-based compositions. All are given a glistening polish in the sweeping ...


Article: Album Review

Daniel Hersog: Open Spaces

Read "Open Spaces" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Locked down and socially distanced during the pandemic, composer-arranger Daniel Hersog had an interesting idea: rearrange some well-known and well-loved folk songs, most with Canadian roots, for jazz orchestra and throw in a handful of his own original compositions with a folk-tune ambience. The result is Open Spaces: Folk Songs Reimagined, the sophomore album by Hersog's ...


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