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Donny McCaslin: Beyond Now (Motema)Donny McCaslin melds David Bowie-inspired rock with post-bop fusions of jazz in his album, Beyond Now..

Sanguinaria (Hopefulsongs)Cincinnati-based guitar & bass duo, Brad Myers & Michael Sharfe, respectively, marry optimism and melodicism within the tones of their album Sanguinaria (Hopefulsongs).

Sonny Rollins Trio/Horace Silver Quintet: Live in Zurich/Swiss Radio DaysEncompassed in Sonny Rollins Trio/Horace Silver Quintet's Live in Zurich/Swiss Radio Days - Vol. 40 are previously unreleased live in-studio recordings evoking an appreciation for American Jazz. Half of the running time is alotted to the Sonny Rollins Trio, the other half to the Horace Silver Quintet.

Sunday on the Waterfront (c) Maria Cabeza"​A jazz singer of pop instinct and cabaret sophistication."​ - Times Square Chronicles
I happened to be in West Palm Beach when Nicole Henry was giving a show, so without hesitating I went with my eleven-year-old son and my friend and PR specialist Scott Thompson.

Blue InnuendoSaxophonist’s 3rd album brings the jazz organ group into the present with original compositions, fresh ideas, and notable New York musicians.

Nicolas Bearde - InvitationProduced and arranged by Nat Adderley Jr. & featuring guest soloist Vincent Herring on alto sax.

Greg Abate boasts one of hard bop’s best-known alto saxophones. In fact, he’s earned the nickname “the prince of bebop,” which makes perfect sense if you’ve seen him perform or if you’ve heard any number of his recordings. It won’t take long, as you spin his new recording, for you to hear the brio in Abate’s work, the power and passion behind his playing. He truly does his instrument justice.

Spring comes early in England.  It comes, in fact, despite what the barometer says, in the last full month of Winter when Marlene VerPlanck arrives for her annual tour of the UK;  around eighteen one-nighters spread evenly over thirty days and a dozen counties, allowing plenty of time to recharge the batteries.

In its most perfect form, the essence of tribute is not to simply recreate or even re-interpret its subject’s music, but rather to use it as an inspiration to make one’s own contribution within that same spirit. With his new album The Tuba Trio Chronicles (JoDa Music), the brilliant composer/arranger/low brass specialist Joseph Daley has accomplished that in ideal fashion, with a stunning dedication to the visionary composer, saxophonist, flautist, pianist Sam Rivers.

At first thought, a guitar tribute to Frank Sinatra might seem to be something of a contradiction in terms. But just a few minutes into the extraordinary guitarist Lou Volpe’s brilliant new album Remembering Ol’ Blue Eyes (Songs of Sinatra), it will make perfect sense.  

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