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Joaquim Paulo and Julius Weidermann: Jazz Covers

Read "Joaquim Paulo and Julius Weidermann: Jazz Covers" reviewed by Lewis J Whittington

Jazz CoversJoaquim Paulo and Julius Wiedemann560 pagesISBN: 978-3-8365-2406-3Taschen2012Writers Joaquim Paulo and Julius Wiedemann have assembled a stellar exhibit by way of these oversized Taschen books. The two volumes, packaged in a slipcase, are a beautiful collection of album cover art that document the global ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ray Brown’s Great Big Band: Kayak

Read "Kayak" reviewed by Robert J. Robbins

Not to be confused with the late, legendary bassist of the same name, San Francisco-based bandleader/arranger Ray Brown, an ex-trumpeter with the Stan Kenton and Full Faith and Credit big bands, drives his own nineteen-piece ensemble populated by the Bay Area's A-list musicians. Brown, whose percussionist father pioneered jazz education in the public schools of Long ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Pete Robbins: Balance Dream

Read "Pete Robbins: Balance Dream" reviewed by Gordon Marshall

Pete Robbins is all about balance, in temperament and as an artist. He produces a polished sound on his alto saxophone, with a light tone betraying corners of darkness and complexity. Already an accomplished leader at 31, he grafts his sound onto ensembles of varying sizes with aplomb and equanimity. His style as a leader is ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Third Annual Double Bass Summit Live At Dizzy's

Read "Third Annual Double Bass Summit Live At Dizzy's" reviewed by Robert Bush

San Diego Double Bass Summit Dizzy's San Diego, California July 25, 2010 The greater San Diego area has long been deep in double bass talent, eight of whom were on stage at Dizzy's for the third annual bass summit. Organized and emceed by Rob Thorsen, (who had to manage on ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ralph Towner / Paolo Fesu: Chiaroscuro

Read "Chiaroscuro" reviewed by Martin Gladu

In a stuffed, empty room, rays of moonlight spill through a cobwebbed window and come licking a tired hardwood floor to the feet of an old, stiff chair. On it, the silhouette of a guitar; its strings, silent. At its side, a second chair with an embossed trumpet planted alongside a lonely music stand completes the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

VW Brothers: Muziek

Read "Muziek" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

Muziek is much too nondescript a name for an album, but then it is signed off with humility as being by “VW Brothers." While this fact is likely to add to the album's mystique, it demands immediate redress, for this is the memorable document of a musical journey that began years before the Van Wageningen Brothers--that ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mark Weinstein: Timbasa

Read "Timbasa" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

It would seem that there is no stopping flutist, Mark Weinstein. While the composer and instrumentalist extraordinaire may not have trumped his awe-inspiring expedition into the realm of improvisation, Tales From The Earth (Ota Records, 2009) his album, Timbasa has certainly turned out to be an alchemist's dream. Who would ever have imagined that Miles Davis' ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brandi Disterheft: Second Side

Read "Second Side" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

The leap forward from Debut (Superfran Records, 2007) to Second Side is, quite literally, a significant one for Canadian-born bassist, Brandi Disterheft. Now enjoying herself immensely, the bassist appears to greet her emerging music with infinite self-assurance and unabashed style. Claiming spiritual (and therefore musical) ancestry from Charles Mingus, Disterheft plays with a rare muscularity, thrusting ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Sonny Rollins: Still Seeking the Lost Chord

Read "Sonny Rollins: Still Seeking the Lost Chord" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

The Saxophone Colossus. The greatest living improvising musician. A musical god. Sonny Rollins has been called all these things at one time or another by fans across the globe, as well as by those involved in the pursuit of music criticism and jazz history. There's no question he is the greatest remaining icon to come out ...


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