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Article: Multiple Reviews

Archival Finds: Dave Brubeck, Bill Evans and Chet Baker

Read "Archival Finds: Dave Brubeck, Bill Evans and Chet Baker" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Here are three releases of newly discovered material by iconic jazz musicians from the '50s and '60s. Two fall in line with the leaders' established legacies while the third presents its subject in surprising company. The Dave Brubeck Quartet Time OutTakes Brubeck Editions 2020 This CD consists ...

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Resonance

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: Resonance; Stillness Speaks; The High Line; After the Darkness; Urban Meditation; Raising the Frequencies; The Blossom; Early Sunday Morning; Song of the Soul.

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Article: Album Review

Maria Baptist: Resonance

Read "Resonance" reviewed by Geno Thackara


Maria Baptist has several favorite contexts for her piano--trio, trio-plus-one, solo or with an orchestra--and yet there's always a certain throughline that comes through in any setting. It's a sophisticated voice that's highly emotional, evocative and vivid as life. Following on from a successful year of profile-building and highly visible gigs, Baptist goes small-scale ...

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Resonance

Label: Ghost Note
Released: 2017
Track listing: The Dreamer; Relentless; Halfway There; Because; The Drifter; Thor vs. James Brown; The Tao of Flying.

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Article: Album Review

Isamu McGregor: Resonance

Read "Resonance" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


It has been five years since the release of pianist Isamu McGregor's debut Live at the Baked Potato! (Amorphous Paraphernalia Records, 2012) and his Resonance turns out to be well worth the wait. While the first album was solidly entrenched in the fusion arena, the current outing is a genre defying and eclectic collection with an ...

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Article: Album Review

Isamu McGregor: Resonance

Read "Resonance" reviewed by Troy Dostert


On this album, his second as a leader since 2012's Live at the Baked Potato, pianist/keyboardist Isamu McGregor continues to hone his approach to crafting intelligent, challenging jazz fusion. With bassist Evan Marien and drummer Gene Coye once again at his side, he's got the right partners for navigating his maze-like compositions, and guest spots by ...

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Jammin' At The Cafes, Volume 2

Label: Resonance
Released: 2015

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Jammin' At The Cafes, Volume 1

Label: Resonance
Released: 2015

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Article: Extended Analysis

Wes Montgomery: In The Beginning-Early Recordings from 1949-1958

Read "Wes Montgomery: In The Beginning-Early Recordings from 1949-1958" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Guitarist Wes Montgomery, despite his tragically short life, was very prolific and immensely impactful. Equally adept at sophisticated instrumental virtuosity and lighter, more commercially appealing sounds, Montgomery influenced majority of guitar players who appeared on the jazz scene during the 1960s and after. Montgomery cut his first record Fingerpickin' for Pacific Jazz in 1958 ...

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Article: Live Review

Tribute to Carla Bley: Mandala Octet and Mandala Orchestra

Read "Tribute to Carla Bley: Mandala Octet and Mandala Orchestra" reviewed by Harry S. Pariser


Mandala Octet and Mandala Orchestra SFJAZZ San Francisco, CA June 5, 2015 Steve McQuarry had an epiphany last December. While on the phone with Karen Mantler, daughter of eminent avant-garde jazz composer Carla Bley, McQuarry realized that he would like to play some of her tunes onstage, and ...


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