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'Mission in Space' - Scott Robinson ScienSonic Laboratories announced the release of the Scott Robinson "Spacetette" Mission in Space album featuring Marshall Allen and Henry Grimes. 

SumariUnseen Rain Records releases Sumari's new CD featuring Matt Lavelle, Jack DeSalvo & Tom Cabrera

The Power of Two'The Power of Two' Steve Slagle & Bill O'Connell 

Circulation: Music of Gary McFarlandKristian St. Clair & Michael Benedict critique the latest work of The Gary McFarland Legacy Project, 'Circulation: The Music of Gary McFarland'. Michael Benedict directed and produced the dedication CD, as well as played drums. The CD features early compositions from the jazz legend's repertoir in company to ballads and selections from McFarland's myriad albums.


Steve Johns, “Family”Steve Johns announces the release of his new CD, "Family", and upcoming performances.

Jeff Colella and Putter Smith – Lotus BlossomDrawing from affiliations to the West Coast jazz scene, Colella and Smith collaborate on Lotus Blossom. The album draws on similarities to Last Dance in its portrayal of the intuitive comprehension both artists have of their counterparts' artistry, skill, and interpretation of the songs comprised within the album.

Last Dance - Keith Jarrett and Charlie HadenLast Dance is an album comprised entirely of additional perfomances recorded in 2007 that had originally brought the duo of Keith Jarrett and Charlie Haden back together. Released after Haden's death in 2014, the ballad-filled album serves as a posthumous memorial to an iconic musician.

Melissa Aldana & Crash TrioFirst-ever female winner of the Thelonious Monk International Jaz Saxophone Competition (2010), Melissa Aldana & her Crash Trio evoke notes of a mixture of standards and original melodies, harmonies, and influences via the tracks on this album.

Kiki Ebsen - Scarecrow SessionsIn this album, produced by David Mann and arranged with Kiki, she pays hommage to her father, Buddy, after finding some of his memorabilia with each song tying to her father's career with many of the songs originating in his films.

Andy Bey, "Pages From an Imaginary Life"Mark Keresman reviews Andy Bey's "Pages From an Imaginary Life". This album features the vocal and piano stylings of Bey. The contents emphasize the ebbs and flows of romance through Great American Songbook standards, as well as a few original works, all in Bey's baritone vocals.

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