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Article: Radio

John Scofield, Bireli Lagrene, Tribal Tech, Igor Wilcox and Erik Escobar

Read "John Scofield, Bireli Lagrene, Tribal Tech, Igor Wilcox and Erik Escobar" reviewed by Len Davis


On today's program old favourites from John Scofield, Tribal Tech, Jean-Luc Ponty, Steps Ahead, and Bireli Lagrene, Also a special segment of the show to showcase Brazilian musicians including drummer Igor Willcox, pianist and keyboard player Erik Escobar, vocalist Flora Purim and guitarist Andre Nieri.Playlist John Scofield “Four On The Floor" from Up All ...

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Article: Radio

John McLaughlin, Gary Willis, Tribal Tech, David Binney, Tom Coster

Read "John McLaughlin, Gary Willis, Tribal Tech, David Binney, Tom Coster" reviewed by Len Davis


Today a fusion fest with some of the finest releases over the last 30 years John McLaughlin, Chick Corea, Niacin, David Binney and much more.Playlist Niacin “Prelude & Funky Opus" from Krush (Prosthetic) 00:00 John McLaughlin"Mr DC" from The Heart Of Things (Verve) 07:24 Chick Corea “El Stephen Parts 1&2" from The Ultimate Adventure ...

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Article: Radio

Tribute to radio presenter and musician the late Tony Palkovic

Read "Tribute to radio presenter and musician the late Tony Palkovic" reviewed by Len Davis


A tribute to the late KSPC radio presenter Tony Palkovic includes John Scofield, John McLaughlin, Chick Corea and much more. Playlist Tony Palkovic “Force of Habit" from Esoteric (Self Produced) 00:00 Tony Palkovic “Bull by the Horns" from As to Another (Self Produced) 06:37 Tony Palkovic “Intangible" from As to Another (Self Produced) 13:15 ...

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Article: Radio

Stephan Thelen's Fractal Guitar, Percy Jones, Tribal Tech and More

Read "Stephan Thelen's Fractal Guitar, Percy Jones, Tribal Tech and More" reviewed by Len Davis


Stephan Thelen represents some of the best Progressive, Ambient Rock Fusion today, be ready to immerse yourself in his music. Playlist Stephan Thelen “Briefing for a descent into hell" from Fractal Guitar (Moonjune) 00:00 Tunnels with Percy Jones “Bad American dream part 24" from Tunnels with Percy Jones (Buckyball) 24:27 Tribal Tech “Bo Fat" ...

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Article: Interview

Scott Kinsey: On speaking Luniwaz with an accent

Read "Scott Kinsey: On speaking Luniwaz with an accent" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


Scott Kinsey belongs among the most influential keyboard players of the past decades and seems capable of adapting to any style of music. Unlike those who came before him, Kinsey was born into the golden era of keyboards and synthesizers, when visionaries such as Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock had already begun to explore the vast ...

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Article: Album Review

Human Element: You Are In You

Read "You Are In You" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


Seeking to expand upon the stylistic legacy of Joe Zawinul... Only a group of pretty heavily respected musicians could pull off a mission statement like that. Yet that's pretty much what keyboardist Scott Kinsey, bassist Matthew Garrison, drummer Gary Novak, and percussionist / vocalist Arto Tuncboyaciyan declared when they formed Human Element.

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Article: Interview

Mica Bethea: Quintessential Band Geek

Read "Mica Bethea: Quintessential Band Geek" reviewed by Barbara Salter Nelson


It's Sunday afternoon. Mica Bethea rolls into the Cue Note Billiard Room in Palm Coast, Florida. The 34-year old arranger, composer, bandleader and entrepreneur has arrived for Cue Notes weekly Sunday Afternoon Jazz Rendevous. Bethea (sounds like 'buffet') is the “Note" part of Cue Note, which he co-owns with partner and pool guru John ...

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Article: Rediscovery

Mark Isham: Blue Sun

Read "Mark Isham: Blue Sun" reviewed by John Kelman


Mark IshamBlue SunColumbia Records1995 Better-known, perhaps, for his work in the film arena as scorer for movies including 1986's The Hitcher, the 1992 reboot of Of Mice and Men and 1998's Blade, Mark Isham has, nevertheless, demonstrated his instrumental prowess as a trumpeter on albums including pianist Art Lande's Rubisa Patrol ...

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Article: Album Review

Scott Kinsey: Near Life Experience

Read "Near Life Experience" reviewed by John Kelman


It's been a full decade since Scott Kinsey last released an album under his own name (the 2006 Abstract Logix debut, Kinesthetics) and, if anything, Near Life Experience manages to trump actually its predecessor in both ambition and Kinsey's significant cast of invited contributors. Near Life Experience also continues to hone the cinematic keyboardist's increasingly expansive, ...


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