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Hailed by Jazz Speaks as a "young prodigious drummer", Los Angeles native Kyle Poole has been residing in New York City since 2011 and continues to impress wherever his drums take him next. Along with his band of fellow NY jazz upstarts aptly titled "Poole & the Gang", Kyle has performed in New York's most esteemed jazz clubs, notably Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola & SMOKE Jazz, culminating in a weekly residency at Small's Jazz Club lasting nearly 3 years. One of Poole's chief missions, is to expand jazz's audience by incorporating all dance styles of music, reaching back to ragtime & bebop, while forging ahead all the way to funk, hip-hop & beyond
Label: Nonesuch Records
Track listing: Est-ce ainsi que les hommes vivent?; La route enchantée; Il m'a vue nue; Dites moi que je suis belle; Doudou; Petite musique terrienne; Aida; Mélusine; Wedo; D'un feu secret; Le temps est assassin; Fenestra; Domna N'Almucs; Dame Iseut.
Label: Bandstand Records
Track listing: Why Not?; Isn't It Romantic?; If You Could See Me Now; Just The Way You Are; I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart; All My Tomorrows; Blues Everywhere; Sunday Kind Of Love.
Label: La Reserve/Bandstand Presents
Track listing: Third Time's The Charm; I'll Never Fall in Love Again; Scootin'; Catching Drift; Thank You For The Heartbreak; Gary, Indiana; In A Mellow Tone; It's Not Unusual; Twilight Blue; Roylike; Jade; American Woman; Giselle; Pretty Eyed Baby.
by Mike Jurkovic
From its languid beginning, saxophonist Houston Person's own warmly engaging Why Not?," to its closing, Etta James' slinky seduction Sunday Kind of Love," Emmet Cohen's Master Legacy Series Vol. 5 Featuring Houston Person is a decidedly laid-back affair, unlike much of its predecessors which featured Jimmy Cobb, Ron Carter, George Coleman, Benny Golson and Albert “Tootie" ...
by Jack Bowers
While it remains to be seen whether rising star Benny Benack III's third album as leader is a charm (that is up to the listener), it is definitely a charmer, with delightful turns by trumpeter (and vocalist) Benack and pianist Emmet Cohen complementing stellar performances by a number of well-known and talented guest artists.
by Dan Bilawsky
Though the title of this third album from multihyphenate Benny Benack III might imply misfires with his first two go-rounds, the truth really runs contrary to that line of reasoning. One of a Kind (BB3, 2017), while flying under the radar, introduced some listeners to a talent far too large to be contained; and A Lot ...
by Pat Youngspiel
Isaiah J. Thompson The Power of the Spirit Blue Engine Records 2023 Since finishing second in 2018's Thelonious Monk competition, pianist Isaiah J. Thompson has established a particularly convincing profile as one of New York's most promising keyboard artists, while his recordings have been at home on Jazz at Lincoln Center's ...