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David Hazeltine: The Time Is Now

Read "The Time Is Now" reviewed by David A. Orthmann


David Hazeltine's thirty-fourth date as a leader juxtaposes his strengths as a composer, interpreter of standard material, improviser, as well as the capacity to converse and interact with his peers. There's something magical about the ways in which the pianist employs these skills, avoiding emphasizing one at the expense of the others, and in doing so ...

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The Time Is Now

Label: Smoke Sessions Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: The Time Is Now; The Odd Couple; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; Cabin In The Sky; Blues For Eddie; Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight; When I'm Here With You; The Parlayer; In A Sentimental Mood; Muse Of Montgomery; Signals.

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The Time Is Now

Label: In + Out Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Timeless Generations; The Time Is Now; Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough; Te Extraño (dancing with my mother); Anything To Make You Smile; Mamita Yo Te Quiero; A Taste Of Today; Little, Irreplaceable Things; For My Father; Ya Ves; News In 7 Days

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The Time Is Now

Label: Chameleon Industries
Released: 2010

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The Time Is Now

Label: Cellar Live
Released: 2005

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The Time Is Now

Label: Carmel Records
Released: 1998

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Martha Lorin: The Time Is Now

Read "The Time Is Now" reviewed by Jack Bowers


One thing a Jazz reviewer learns rather quickly - if his or her eyes are open and ears unclogged - is that there a great many talented players who haven't achieved the sort of recognition they deserve. The same is true of vocalists. A couple of years ago I happened across a wonderful singer - Hinda ...


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