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Brian Andres: Mayan Suite

Read "Mayan Suite" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Drummer and percussionist Brian Andres may have been born in Cincinnati but his musical homeland is Latin America. A drummer by age ten, Anders studied at the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music and eventually followed his Latin musical muse from local gigs with Cincinnati Slim & The Headhunters to the San Francisco Bay Area, where he ...

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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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Saxophonist Benjamin Boone Broadens His Explorations Of Poetry & Jazz With "The Poets Are Gathering," Due Oct. 16 From Origin Records

Saxophonist Benjamin Boone Broadens His Explorations Of Poetry & Jazz With "The Poets Are Gathering," Due Oct. 16 From Origin Records

Benjamin Boone takes his fascination with the merger of poetry and jazz to stunning new heights on The Poets Are Gathering, set for an October 16 release on Origin Records. True to its title, the album finds the saxophonist-composer assembling a large group of acclaimed American poets—11 in all, including Tyehimba Jess (Pulitzer Prize), Patricia Smith ...

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Beth Duncan: I'm All Yours

Read "I'm All Yours" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

As fertile and durable as the Great American Songbook is, like fossil fuels it is not an infinite and forgiving loam. It is a splendid jumping-off point, both historically and contemporarily, for the swan dive into jazz. At least tangentially, it also serves as the creative spark, igniting new, more progressive composition. This is where Sacramento-based ...

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Saxophonist Jacam Manricks Reveals New Musical Dimensions On 'Samadhi,' Set For Sept. 4 Release

Saxophonist Jacam Manricks Reveals New Musical Dimensions On 'Samadhi,' Set For Sept. 4 Release

Saxophonist/composer Jacám Manricks marks his arrival as a full-fledged auteur on the splendid Samadhi, set for a September 4 release on his own Manricks Music Records. Already an accomplished composer, arranger, multi-instrumentalist, and improviser, Manricks’s sixth album adds recording, engineering, producing, and mixing to his overflowing skill set. Thus it stands as a vision entirely of ...

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Bassist Eva Kess Presents A Unique Ensemble On 'Sternschnuppen: Falling Stars,' From Neuklang Records

Bassist Eva Kess Presents A Unique Ensemble On 'Sternschnuppen: Falling Stars,' From Neuklang Records

Bassist, composer, and bandleader Eva Kess unveils a remarkable expanded sonic palette on Sternschnuppen: Falling Stars, which was released August 28 on Neuklang Records. The Swiss/German musician heads a septet that also features pianist Simon Schwaninger, violinists Vincent Millioud and Susanna Andres, violist Nao Rohr, cellist Ambrosius Huber, and drummer Philipp Leibundgut—a wholly original take on ...

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Resonance Records To Issue Set Of 1967 Sonny Rollins Discoveries, 'Rollins In Holland,' As Limited 3-LP Collection Nov. 27, 2-CD Set Dec. 4

Resonance Records To Issue Set Of 1967 Sonny Rollins Discoveries, 'Rollins In Holland,' As Limited 3-LP Collection Nov. 27, 2-CD Set Dec. 4

On Nov. 27, “Black Friday,” independent jazz label Resonance Records will continue its ongoing tradition of releasing previously unissued archival recordings as limited-edition Record Store Day exclusives with a stellar new three-LP collection of historic Sonny Rollins performances, Rollins in Holland: The 1967 Studio & Live Recordings. Featuring more than two hours of music, this stunning ...

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Baritone Saxophonist Claire Daly Salutes One Of Her Chief Musical Inspirations On 'Rah! Rah!,' To Be Released October 2 On Ride Symbol Records

Baritone Saxophonist Claire Daly Salutes One Of Her Chief Musical Inspirations On 'Rah! Rah!,' To Be Released October 2 On Ride Symbol Records

Baritone saxophonist Claire Daly celebrates the music and influence of the great Rahsaan Roland Kirk with all the enthusiasm promised by the title of Rah! Rah!, her new album. Set for an October 2 release on Ride Symbol Records, it’s a quartet date featuring pianist Eli Yamin, bassist Dave Hofstra, and drummer Peter Grant. It also ...

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Bassist Fumi Tomita Explores The Musical Conception Of Charlie Parker With 'Celebrating Bird,' Due Sept 25 From Next Level Records

Bassist Fumi Tomita Explores The Musical Conception Of Charlie Parker With 'Celebrating Bird,' Due Sept 25 From Next Level Records

Bassist Fumi Tomita celebrates the 100th anniversary of jazz icon Charlie Parker with thoroughly Parkerian flair and resourcefulness on Celebrating Bird: A Tribute to Charlie Parker, set for a September 25 release on Next Level Records. Tomita, along with tenor saxophonist and longtime collaborator David Detweiler, presents an inspired set of contrafacts—new melodies, composed upon familiar ...

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Mark Ruffin Celebrates 40th Anniversary In Radio Broadcasting With The September 1st Publication Of "Bebop Fairy Tales," His First Short Story Collection

Mark Ruffin Celebrates 40th Anniversary In Radio Broadcasting With The September 1st Publication Of "Bebop Fairy Tales," His First Short Story Collection

Mark Ruffin , known coast-to-coast as the afternoon drivetime DJ for SiriusXM’s Real Jazz channel, celebrates his 40th anniversary in jazz radio in on September 1, 2020. Ruffin, who is also the program director for Real Jazz, began his first professional job in the business—at Chicago NPR affiliate WBEZ-FM—on September 1, 1980. In the time since, ...


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