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Pianist Steve Hunt, throughout his career, has stayed true to an uncompromising vision of composing and performing jazz music from his heart. Steve has continued to push himself technically, focusing on a musical style which is both challenging and meaningful… Steve credits jazz greats Keith Jarrett, Joe Zawinul, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, and Thelonius Monk as strong influences to his jazz style. During his formative years he studied with concert pianist Albert Hirsh, and jazz pianists Sid Davis and Lyle Mays who all helped form his lighting fast technique and unique style. Steve later attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where he continued his study of jazz. After recording and performing with top Boston jazz musicians such as Randy Roos and Tiger Okoshi, and leading his own jazz fusion band, Steve spent the next ten years on the road with several renowned jazz artists such as Billy Cobham, Stanley Clarke, Angela Bofill, Tom Brown, and Allan Holdsworth

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Touch Guitarist Markus Reuter, Terje Rypdal, ARC Trio, Chris Taylor Ranjit Barot and Trilok Gurtu

Read "Touch Guitarist Markus Reuter, Terje Rypdal, ARC Trio, Chris Taylor Ranjit Barot and Trilok Gurtu" reviewed by Len Davis


Music from Markus Reuter's most recent album Truce, ARC Trio featuring Jimmy Haslip, Scott Kinsey and Gergo Borlai and Ranjit Barot and Trilok Gurtu. Playlist Markus Reuter"Swoonage" from Truce (Moonjune) 00:00 Terje Rypdal “Ornen" from Selected Recordings (ECM 06:12 ARC Trio “Joan Miro" from ARC Trio (Blue Canoe)12:25 Chris Taylor “Green Divided By Blue" ...

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Stephan Thelen with Fractal Guitar 2, Steve Hunt from his album Connections, Al Garcia, Igor Willcox and much more

Read "Stephan Thelen with Fractal Guitar 2, Steve Hunt from his album Connections, Al Garcia, Igor Willcox and much more" reviewed by Len Davis


The latest release from Stephan Thelen Fractal Guitar 2, Steve Hunt from Connections and music from Melbourne Jazz Funk band Pickpocket from their latest Refraction —also Al Garcia and Igor Willcox. Playlist Stephan Thelen “Cosmic Krautrock" from Fractal Guitar 2 (Moonjune) 00:00 Steve Hunt “Now's The Time" from Connections (Spice Rack) 07:53 Al Garcia ...

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Miles Donahue: Just Passing Thru

Read "Just Passing Thru" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Miles Donahue is a versatile musician, a talent that serves him well on Just Passing Thru, an album wherein he not only plays soprano, alto and tenor saxophones, trumpet and keyboards but also wrote all but one of the session's nine selections. This is basically a quintet with guitarist Mike Stern added on the last three ...

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New Music And Old Favourites In Jazz-Rock

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The new release from keyboardist Steve Hunt Connections includes an impressive list of musicians. Jimmy Haslip Alex Machacek and Virgil Donati to name just a few. Also music from Simon Phillips from his Out Of The Blue live album and Frank Gambale Stuart Hamm and Steve Smith. Playlist Steve Hunt “Quantum Entanglement" from Connections ...

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New and recent releases, plus live recordings

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New music from pianist Steve Hunt, New York bassist Al Garcia and Sweden's Derupeto. Playlist Steve Hunt “Connections" from Connections (Spice Rack) 00:00 Al Garcia “Between Worlds" from Between Worlds (Self Produced) 08:03 Roger Burn “Clusters Last Stand" from Trilogy a Tribute to Roger Burn (Blue Canoe) 15:52 Derupeto “Bahia" from Derupeto (Noble Records) ...

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New and recent releases in jazz fusion

Read "New and recent releases in jazz fusion" reviewed by Len Davis


Today we feature the new album from Steve Hunt Connections, which features many superb musicians. Steve has not released many albums of his own over the years, but has worked with many great musicians all around the world including Allan Holdsworth and Virgil Donati also music from guitarist Scott Jones from his album Fictional Characters, Oz ...

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An Ayler Xmas Vol. 4: Chicago vs. NYC

Label: Astral Spirits
Released: 2020
Track listing: (CD1) Chicago: The Hanukah—Xmas March Of Truth For 12 Days Of Jingling Bells With Spirits In Chicago; The Heavenly Home Bashing Of The Bells; Noel Omega—Change Has Come For The Three Kings Who Lit The Tiny Candles In Chicago; Did You Hear They Found Light In Darkness Looking For Chestnuts? (CD2) N.Y.C.: The Hanukah—Xmas March Of Truth For 12 Days Of Jingling Bells With Spirits in NYC; Noel Omega—Change Has Come For The Three Kings Who Lit The Tiny Candles In NYC.

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Fictional Characters

Label: Autumn Hill Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Floki's Shipyard; The Long Night; Human Music; Shut Up and Dance; Interlocking Wheels; Let's Cook; Time Is An Infinite Field; Atavachron.

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Scott Jones: Fictional Characters

Read "Fictional Characters" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


Let's face it, if you're an electric guitarist with high-level jazz fusion chops, there are certain inevitabilities. Merely treading (or in this case stomping) through the stylistic domains of Tribal Tech, Allan Holdsworth, The Chick Corea Elektric Band and the like means stepping into the quicksand of comparison to such behemoths of the genre, so one ...


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