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Richie Goods

Music is the fulfillment of Richie’s destiny – it’s in his DNA. The youngest person ever inducted into the Pittsburgh Jazz Hall of Fame, bassist Richie Goods got an early start playing in church and clubs while still attending Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts High School. After graduating from the prestigious jazz program at Berklee College of Music, Richie moved to New York City, where he studied under jazz legends Ron Carter and Ray Brown. ​ Richie credits jazz luminary Mulgrew Miller for helping him hone his jazz skills early in his career. Richie toured and recorded with Mulgrew for nine years

The Path

Label: Self Released
Released: 2020
Track listing: We Live in Brooklyn Baby; Invitation; Blind Faith; The Path Interlude 1; Blossom in a Stormy Night; Blue in Green; The Path Interlude 2; The Imaginary Enemy; Tears and Love; The Path Interlude 3; The Path; Mo' Better Blues.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Chien Chien Lu: The Path

Read "The Path" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

For vibraphonist Chien Chien Lu, the path to jazz wasn't direct. She rode a contemporary classical percussion track into her twenties in her native Taiwan, but, as it turned out, that drive was less about reaching a destination than it was about the act of discovery: A growing desire for musical freedom and adventure eventually set ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Warren Wolf: Reincarnation

Read "Reincarnation" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Less a true rebirth than a return to the stylistic suggestions that surrounded Warren Wolf's ears in the 1990s, Reincarnation finds the forty-year-old vibraphonist folding his serious jazz persona within settings that lean heavily on soul and R&B. Embracing the grooves, glazes and hooks endemic to those realms, Wolf delivers music that's both slick and smile-inducing. ...

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Richie Goods, Ron Carter, McCoy Tyner and More

Read "Richie Goods, Ron Carter, McCoy Tyner and More" reviewed by Joe Dimino

This week we start with an interview with veteran bassist Richie Goods, before delving into new music from Christopher Hollyday and hear about his adventures at the Village Vanguard. Finally, we honor the late great McCoy Tyner. Playlist Richie Goods “Eastern Joy Dance" My Left Hand Man: A Tribute to Mulgrew Miller (Richman Music) ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Jeremy Pelt Quintet Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

Read "Jeremy Pelt Quintet Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam" reviewed by BIMHUIS

On his new album The Artist (February 2019) the famed American trumpeter/composer delves into the legacy of French sculptor Auguste Rodin. In the five-movement Rodin Suite he muses not only on works the artist left us, but how his art might have evolved if he were still with us today. His ensemble is capable of delicacy ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

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 ...

Three Rivers

Label: RichMan Productions
Released: 2015
Track listing: Soul Glow; Three Rivers; Cosmic Beauty; Richman Unplugged #1; Four Kings; Shout; Sightless Bird; Richman Unplugged #2; Mudd Funk; Hope She'll Be Happier; Richman Unplugged #3; Epic; Imagine.

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Tony Adamo Thanks Radio For The Spins & Music Reviews

Tony Adamo Thanks Radio For The Spins & Music Reviews

Legendary Drummer Mike Clark Produces Tony Adamo's New CD “Mike Clark gained worldwide recognition as one of America’s foremost jazz and funk drummers while playing with Herbie Hancock’s group in the early 1970’s. Mike became known as a major innovator through his incisive playing on Hancock’s THRUST album, which garnered him an international cult following.” (Drumworld) ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tony Adamo: Tony Adamo & The New York Crew

Read "Tony Adamo & The New York Crew" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello

Some wit once quipped that when you go to Heaven, you hear the voice of God--who is actually imitating the late, great “movie trailer guy," Don LaFontaine. If that's so, for those jazzers entering the Heavenly corner reserved for bereted hipsters and late-night flipsters, Big G must assuredly be trying to cop Tony Adamo.


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