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Fearless

Label: Relsha Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. Whimsy 2. Fearless 3. North Street 4. Road to Dukhan 5. Surrender 6. Ballad for Roy 7. The Very Thought of You 8. Not a Samba 9. Last Minute

The Intangible Between

Label: Smoke Sessions Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Proclaim Liberty; This Little Light of Mine; A Time For Love; That Too; Off Minor; Into Dawn; Tough Love; Im So Glad I Got to Know You

Trumpet Ship

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: All The Things You Are; General Assembly; Behind The Beard; Trumpet Ship; 148 Lexington; Funny Uncle; Reversal of Fortune; Song For Samuel.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Various Artists: Tales Of Wonder: A Jazz Celebration Of Stevie

Read "Tales Of Wonder: A Jazz Celebration Of Stevie" reviewed by Kyle Simpler

There aren't many songwriters who have reached a level of success comparable to Stevie Wonder. He is one of the most important figures in American music, and to celebrate his 70th birthday, Posi-Tone records is releasing Tales of Wonder: A Jazz Celebration of Stevie. This compilation, performed by some of the label's excellent roster of musicians, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Thomas Marriott: Trumpet Ship

Read "Trumpet Ship" reviewed by Paul Rauch

In a day and age when social and personal narratives pervade the jazz recording medium, it is a welcoming feeling to experience a recording of superb jazz musicians playing music in the moment the way it's supposed to be played—for the people. For his spring 2020 quartet release Trumpet Ship (Origin, 2020), Seattle-based trumpeter ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Etsuko Tajima: Infinite Possibilities

Read "Infinite Possibilities" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Etsuko Tajima is a Japanese pianist now living in New York who shows her talent as both a player and singer on this, her first CD, recorded back in 2016. Her piano style is an attractive mix of jazz and classical elements often marked with an easygoing sense of swing. It blends well with ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Caleb Wheeler Curtis: Brothers

Read "Brothers" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Brotherhood comes in multiple forms--genetic, fraternal, and professional, to mention the most applicable--but all are bound by a sense of fellow feeling and shared experience(s). That truth rests at the heart of this, saxophonist Caleb Wheeler Curtis' debut album. The obvious nods to brotherhood here come in the form of this album's title, ...

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Geoffrey Keezer at South Jazz Parlor

Read "Geoffrey Keezer at South Jazz Parlor" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

Geoffrey Keezer Trio South Kitchen and Jazz Parlor Philadelphia, PA July 8, 2018 Pianist Geoffrey Keezer is a jazz master who has worked with many of the greats since 1989 when he briefly joined the end game of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers. He has recorded and played ...

Live From New York: Four Dimensions, Maqueque & Asaf Yuria

Read "Live From New York: Four Dimensions, Maqueque & Asaf Yuria" reviewed by Martin Longley

Four Dimensions: Jin Hi Kim/Elliott Sharp/William Parker/Hamid Drake Roulette March 13, 2018 Four Dimensions is a quartet that brings together a partly unlikely grouping, with bassist William Parker and drummer Hamid Drake having the most visibly long-standing partnership. Guitarist Elliott Sharp usually inhabits a different, though musically compatible, zone, whilst ...


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