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Tenor Saxophonist Walt Weiskopf Reconvenes His Celebrated European Quartet On 'Diamonds And Other Jewels,' Arriving August 19 On Amm Records

Tenor Saxophonist Walt Weiskopf Reconvenes His Celebrated European Quartet On 'Diamonds And Other Jewels,' Arriving August 19 On Amm Records

Waylaid by the COVID-19 pandemic, tenor saxophonist Walt Weiskopf and his European Quartet return with a vengeance on Diamonds and Other Jewels, set for an August 19 release on AMM Records. A collection of Weiskopf originals (and one standard), it demonstrates the powerful chemistry Weiskopf shares with pianist Carl Winther, bassist Andreas Lang, and drummer Anders ...

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Composer Eva Kess Charts An Expansive New Course On 'Inter-Musical Love Letter,' To Be Released July 22 By Unit Records

Composer Eva Kess Charts An Expansive New Course On 'Inter-Musical Love Letter,' To Be Released July 22 By Unit Records

Bassist and composer Eva Kess doubles down on her already formidable artistic development with Inter-Musical Love Letter, slated for a July 22 release on Unit Records. That “doubling down” is a literal one: Whereas 2020’s Sternschnuppen: Falling Stars (the Swiss musician’s trailblazing previous album) featured music for a seven-piece band, Kess now builds out the ensemble ...

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San Francisco Bay Area Guitarist/Composer George Cotsirilos Deepens His Explorations With New Quartet Date 'Refuge,' Due May 20 On Oa2 Records

San Francisco Bay Area Guitarist/Composer George Cotsirilos Deepens His Explorations With New Quartet Date 'Refuge,' Due May 20 On Oa2 Records

George Cotsirilos pushes into new frontiers with the May 20 release of Refuge (OA2). The guitarist and composer’s follow-up to his acclaimed 2018 album Mostly in Blue again features his quartet—pianist Keith Saunders, bassist Robb Fisher, and drummer Ron Marabuto—but repositions them both in pursuit of new challenges and, if anything, even more “in blue.” Cotsirilos ...

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Pianist Milen Kirov Infuses American Jazz With European Classical, Bulgarian Folk Traditions On 'Spatium,' Set For June 3 Release

Pianist Milen Kirov Infuses American Jazz With European Classical, Bulgarian Folk Traditions On 'Spatium,' Set For June 3 Release

Pianist Milen Kirov finds the perfect formula with the June 3 release of Spatium on Independent Creative Sound and Music (ICSM) Records. A solo piano performance of 13 originals, the album is precisely the melting pot of styles that has long been the focus of the multi-dimensional Kirov’s creative journey. “My goal is to find the ...

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Saxophonist/Composer Jean Fineberg Makes Her Long-Awaited Leadership Debut With 'Jean Fineberg & Jazzphoria,' Set For April 8 Release On Pivotal Records

Saxophonist/Composer Jean Fineberg Makes Her Long-Awaited Leadership Debut With 'Jean Fineberg & Jazzphoria,' Set For April 8 Release On Pivotal Records

Tenor saxophonist-flutist Jean Fineberg puts the icing on the cake of a 50-year career with the April 8 release of Jean Fineberg & JAZZphoria on her Pivotal Records imprint. While the album is her first under her own name, Fineberg is anything but a newcomer to the music world: She has since the early 1970s been ...

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Composer-Pianist Yelena Eckemoff's 'I Am A Stranger In This World,' Second Installment Of Her Biblical Psalms Project, To Be Released May 20

Composer-Pianist Yelena Eckemoff's 'I Am A Stranger In This World,' Second Installment Of Her Biblical Psalms Project, To Be Released May 20

Pianist-composer Yelena Eckemoff adds to her already impressive corpus of settings for the Psalms on I Am a Stranger in This World, due for a May 20 release on her own L&H Production label. The album is a new installment in a long-term musical project that began with 2018’s Better Than Gold and Silver, and once ...

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Toronto Guitarist-Composer James Brown Returns To Recording After Decade-Plus Break On "Song Within The Story," Due March 18 On NGP Records

Toronto Guitarist-Composer James Brown Returns To Recording After Decade-Plus Break On "Song Within The Story," Due March 18 On NGP Records

Guitarist-composer James Brown returns from a 13-year recording hiatus with the fetching Song Within the Story, set for a March 18 release on NGP Records. Brown’s fourth album, and his first since 2009’s Sevendaze, finds him helming his Toronto-based working trio featuring bassist Clark Johnston and drummer Anthony Michelli. Respected tenor saxophonist Mike Murley joins the ...

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Pianist-Composer Armen Donelian Debuts New Trio, With Jay Anderson & Dennis Mackrel, On 'Fresh Start,' Due April 1 From Sunnyside Records

Pianist-Composer Armen Donelian Debuts New Trio, With Jay Anderson & Dennis Mackrel, On 'Fresh Start,' Due April 1 From Sunnyside Records

Pianist-composer Armen Donelian reemerges from the COVID-inspired shutdowns with a newly refined conception on both instrument and pen on Fresh Start, to be released April 1 on Sunnyside Records. The album is the recorded premiere of Donelian’s new trio featuring bassist Jay Anderson and drummer Dennis Mackrel. Sidelined like all musicians by the worldwide pandemic, Donelian ...

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News: Music Industry

Arkadia Records, Marking Its 25th Anniversary, Reinvents Itself For The Digital Age

Arkadia Records, Marking Its 25th Anniversary, Reinvents Itself For The Digital Age

Twenty-five years after its first CD release, Arkadia Records emerges in 2022 from a long quiet spell, revitalized and recalibrated for a changing music industry. The jazz label founded and run by Bob Karcy has embraced the digital musical landscape, releasing its complete catalog on the full gamut of online streaming platforms and preparing its first ...

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Article: Album Review

Reggie Quinerly: New York Nowhere

Read "New York Nowhere" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Born in Houston, drummer Reggie Quinerly attended his hometown's famous High School of the Performing and Visual Arts. He then moved on to study under such masters as Jimmy Cobb, Lewis Nash, and Kenny Washington in the Masters in Jazz Studies program at Juilliard, and released his debut recording, Music Inspired by Freedmantown (Self Produced, 2012) ...


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