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The Bad Plus, "Inevitable Western"Dan Bilawsky reviews The Bad Plus' tenth studio album, "Inevitable Western". The work is comprised of nine original pieces that range in tempo, but still give a nod to traditional stylings. 

Steve Futterman reviews Charles Lloyd's "Arrows To Infinity" DVD/Blu-Ray. Saxophonist Charles Lloyd and co-directors/wife, Dorothy Darr and Jeffery Morse combine personal observations from Lloyd himself, numerous associates, archival footage, and more to depict the talent and wide range of stylings Lloyd has evoked in his music throughout his career. 

Mark Keresman reviews Wadada Leo Smith's "The Great Lakes Suite". In this album, Smith uses saxophonist Henry Threadgill in place of his familiar pianist, alluding to themes similar to Ornette Coleman and Miles Davis.

Jon Garelick reviews "Dark Nights" from Israeli trumpet player, Avishai Triveni Cohen. Cohen distinguishes himself from other trumpet composers by touching on his knack for producing a contextually robust musical vision via the composition and collaboration of different sounds found throughout this album. 

Tineke Postma/Greg Osby, Mark Keresman reviews Tineke Postma/Greg Osby's, "Sonic Halo". Traditional and modern tones are melded together in Postma & Osby's "Sonic Halo" via their dual alto/soprano stylings that lend to the funk, mid-tempo, and swing elements within the songs of this work.  

Jon Garelick reviews Nels Cline & Julian Lage's, "Room". Cline & Lage collaborate on this live-recorded work by bringing both electric & accoustic guitars , mixed with the eclectic stylings the two artists have to offer. 

Mark Keresman reviews Ken Thomson and Slow/Fast's, "Settle". Within this album are notes of numerous genres including Classical and blues comprised in its ballads and compositions.

Melissa Stylianou, Dan Bilawsky reviews Melissa Stylianou's "No Regrets". Sylianou's album pays homage to her stylings and talent as a vocalist, as well as touching on the Blues and Swing-notes of her accompanying band mates.

Jeremy Steig, Ken Vermes reviews Jeremy Steig's, "Flute Fever". In this reissue, Steig and company revitalize the history of the Flute as a jazz instrument in a digitalized version of some of the 60's greatest recordings. 

The North Mark Keresman reviews The North's "Slow Down (This Isn't the Mainland)". This album comprises both original works, as well as classics from greats including Thelonious Monk and Bob Dylan.

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