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Article: Album Review

Lizz Wright: Shadow

Read "Shadow" reviewed by Chris May


The singer Lizz Wright made a brief stopover in London in March 2024, on a tour previewing Shadow. She appeared for one night only at Cadogan Hall, a 900-seat auditorium big enough when full to feel buzzy but small enough still to remain close to intimate. It was a perfect setting for Wright and her characteristically ...

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Article: Live Review

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss at Red Rocks

Read "Robert Plant and Alison Krauss at Red Rocks" reviewed by Geoff Anderson


Robert Plant Alison Krauss Red Rocks Amphitheater Denver, CO September 1, 2022 One thing was established at Thursday night's Robert Plant/Alison Krauss concert: Denver is a fashion hotbed for aging rock stars. Before we get to the proof, let's discuss the store: Rockmount Ranch Wear in downtown Denver.

Article: Album Review

Miriam Elhajli: The Uncertainty of Signs

Read "The Uncertainty of Signs" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Miriam Elhajli è una giovane cantautrice e musicologa attiva a New York, influenzata dal folklore venezuelano e marocchino. Una tradizione assimilata in famiglia, che lei fonde con la sensibilità del jazz moderno e i modelli di Joni Mitchell e altre vocalist degli anni sessanta/settanta. Il suo debutto discografico Observations, inciso nel 2018 e ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Jazz Meets Folk, Folk Meets Jazz

Read "Jazz Meets Folk, Folk Meets Jazz" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This show looks at some of the many cross-pollinations between jazz and folk music. There are jazz musicians like Dave Brubeck and Dave Douglas dabbling in folk forms and folk musicians like Pentangle and Dave Van Ronk exercising their jazz chops. There are also pieces based on folk musics outside of the usual Anglo-American axis.

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Article: Album Review

Susan Krebs: Daybreak

Read "Daybreak" reviewed by Richard J Salvucci


Sometimes, simpler is better. Familiar chord progressions are like old friends. We think they have aged well, and however different the melody (or their appearance), they are relatable. We connect to and with them. After a spell of “dare to be different" time signatures that can be fun, or challenging, hearing someone who can play or ...

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Article: Book Review

Beeswing: Losing My Way and Finding My Voice 1967-1975

Read "Beeswing: Losing My Way and Finding My Voice 1967-1975" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Beeswing: Losing My Way and Finding My Voice 1967-1975 Richard Thompson with Scott Timberg 304 Pages ISBN-13 : 978-1616208950 Algonquin Books 2021 Legendary British folk and folk-rock guitarist/singer/songwriter Richard Thompson focuses on his early career in this memoir. The story of his musical coming of age, it is devoted ...

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Article: Album Review

Janis Mann & Kenny Werner: Dreams of Flying

Read "Dreams of Flying" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Janis Mann has quietly but steadily amassed an impressive body of work over the course of more than two decades. For this, the vocalist's eighth album, she brings studio and stage into beautiful alignment with different, intimate configurations hinging on the constant presence of pianist Kenny Werner. The majority of this music was recorded in 2016 ...


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