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New Leaves

Label: Ride Symbol
Released: 2021
Track listing: The New Leaf; Monk’s Dream; Ladies in Mercedes; Le Desert; Senor Blues; Lawns; Yes I Do; Mr. Slaint; The Seagulls of Kristiansund.

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Guitarists in Review: Lofsky, Scott, Rose and Bro

Read "Guitarists in Review: Lofsky, Scott, Rose and Bro" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Here are current releases by four accomplished guitarists who display their talents in varied contexts. Lorne Lofsky This Song Is New Modica Music 2021 Lorne Lofsky is a highly respected Canadian guitarist. This is his first recording as a leader in over 25 years, a relaxed but ...

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Dan Rose, Claudine Francois: New Leaves

Read "New Leaves" reviewed by Jack Bowers


On New Leaves, their second recording together, longtime friends and sometime colleagues guitarist Dan Rose and pianist Claudine Francois focus their talents on making beautiful music together, a plan whose success is self-evident but whose single-mindedness could leave some listeners wishing for greater variety. That's not meant to berate, as beauty needs no defense, but simply ...

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Claire Daly: Rah! Rah!

Read "Rah! Rah!" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


If you could thank your muse, to whom would you write and how? Baritone saxophonist Clare Daly recorded Rah! Rah! to thank the legendary Rahsaan Roland Kirk, an iconic multi- instrumentalist who seemed equal parts man and myth even while he was still alive. Kirk loved to stretch out cover versions as if they ...

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Rah! Rah!

Label: Ride Symbol
Released: 2020
Track listing: Blue Lady; Serenade to a Cuckoo; Volunteered Slavery/Everyday People; Simone; Funk Underneath; Theme for the Eulipions; Alfie; Momentus Brighticus; Blues for Alice; I'll Be Seeing You

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The Claire Daly Band: Rah! Rah!

Read "Rah! Rah!" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Award-winning baritone saxophonist Claire Daly isn't blowing her own horn on Rah! Rah! (well, she is, but more about that in a moment)--she's saluting one of her musical inspirations, the late Rahsaan Roland Kirk, a once-in-a-blue- moon talent who left us far too soon. Kirk, who lived only forty-two years, was quite literally a multi-instrumentalist, often ...

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Claire Daly: Rah! Rah!

Read "Rah! Rah!" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Ask a casual fan about Rahsaan Roland Kirk's impact and you're likely to receive a remark about multi-horn madness—a man wielding three at once, brazenly blowing the walls down. But Kirk, of course, was so much more than that enduring image. His writing, performing, spirit and humanity spoke to the ages, reaching out and grabbing ahold ...

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Composer Tributes: Strayhorn, Shorter, Monk and Sam Jones

Read "Composer Tributes: Strayhorn, Shorter, Monk and Sam Jones" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


There always seem to be albums coming out that pay tribute to accomplished jazz composers. Here are some newer ones, three on very familiar names and one on an often overlooked musician. John Di Martino Passion Flower: The Music of Billy Strayhorn Sunnyside Records 2020 Pianist John ...

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Joel Forrester and People Like Us: Ever Wonder Why

Read "Ever Wonder Why" reviewed by Joel Roberts


Joel Forrester has had a fascinating career. He studied piano with Thelonious Monk, scored early Andy Warhol films, wrote the theme for the popular NPR show Fresh Air, accompanied silent films at the Louvre, and spent years as a principal member of the fondly remembered Microscopic Septet. He's also been the driving force between ...

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Ever Wonder Why

Label: Ride Symbol
Released: 2004
Track listing: Ever Wonder Why; Bebop Cowpoke; Mother's Day; The Bubble; Bunny Boy; Serenade; As If You Were; Blue Mary Lou; Frank Strozier; No Question; Prayer for the Living


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