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Jerry Vivino, Ken Burns Jazz, Quincy Jones and More

Read "Jerry Vivino, Ken Burns Jazz, Quincy Jones and More" reviewed by Joe Dimino

The long-time member of Conan O'Brien's Basic Cable Band Mr. Jerry Vivino kicks off this week's episode with music from his latest album Coast to Coast recorded with his good friend and legendary jazz cat Bucky Pizzarelli. From there, we move into another great album by the Organ Jazz Trio, a Kansas City institution led by ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matt Kane: The Other Side of the Story

Read "The Other Side of the Story" reviewed by Don Phipps

Composer and drummer Matt Kane can write tunes. The Other Side of the Story is loaded with head-nodding musical episodes and pastoral, day-dream ballads. The compositions (all written by Kane) have a Joe Zawinul / Wayne Shorter feel to them, but Kane's own masterful voice is clearly evident in the music. Kane's bandmates contribute ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Glenn Zaleski: Fellowship

Read "Fellowship" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Originario del Massachusetts, il pianista Glenn Zaleski è uno dei giovani talenti emergenti sulla scena newyorchese. Questo Fellowship è il suo secondo lavoro, sempre per Sunnyside, dopo My Ideal, del 2015. Si tratta in buona sostanza di un classico esempio di piano trio, dall'impostazione piuttosto tradizionale, ma diversamente dal precedente album, basato su standard ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Glenn Zaleski: Fellowship

Read "Fellowship" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Ever overcook a dish? The end result is usually dry and wilted. How about undercooking? Has one of your meals ever succumbed to that fate? If it has, you've probably been disappointed by the raw and shapeless dish sitting before you. In composition, as in cooking, you need to find the perfect temperature that sits between ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Roberto Magris Septet: Morgan Rewind: A Tribute To Lee Morgan Vol. 2

Read "Morgan Rewind: A Tribute To Lee Morgan Vol. 2" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Hard-bop trumpeter Lee Morgan was the first jazz idol of Italian pianist Roberto Magris influencing his music to this day. Recording a homage to the late young icon was a natural evolution that culminated in the release of Morgan Rewind: A Tribute To Lee Morgan Vol.1 (J-Mood Records, 2011). Magris now presents an audacious follow up ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben van Gelder: Reprise

Read "Reprise" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Marked by an attentive copacetic style, Ben van Gelder's sophomore release Reprise is a continuation of good music witnessed in his 2011 debut Frame of Reference . The alto saxophonist's release on Pirouet Records moves forward with an introspective and airy vibe brought via quintet of peers that's gelled into a tight unit over two years ...

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Troy's Jazz Gallery Owner Says Club Will Showcase St. Louis Musicians

Troy's Jazz Gallery Owner Says Club Will Showcase St. Louis Musicians

If there's any truth to the old saying that “the third time's a charm," Troy Williams is hoping it applies to running a jazz club. Williams, whose past ventures into presenting live music included Troy's on the Park near Lafayette Square and Filter in the Central West End, recently re-entered the business with the opening of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben van Gelder: Frame of Reference

Read "Frame of Reference" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

It's hard to believe that Frame of Reference is a debut. The compositions are beguiling, spirited yet poised, and doused with the arid phrasing of a seasoned master. But there's also a youthful exuberance that accompanies 22 year-old saxophonist Ben Van Gelder, who studied music at the Conservatory of Amsterdam and travels between New York and ...

David Binney: In The Paint; Ray's Way & Third Occasion

Read "David Binney: In The Paint; Ray's Way & Third Occasion" reviewed by Russ Musto

David Binney/Alan FerberIn The PaintPosi-Tone2009 Ray LevierRay's WayOrigin2009 David BinneyThird OccasionMythology2009 While saxophonist David Binney has been increasingly recognized for his substantial ...


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