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Swing Makes You Happy!Mark Keresman reviews George Gee Swing Orchestra's album, "Swing Makes You Happy!". While touching on classic Swing Era undertones, George Gee and company juxtapose a touch of post-bop modernism to compose this album. 

Delfeayo Marsalis Dan Bilawski reviews Delfeayo Marsalis' album, "The Last Southern Gentlemen". The father and son duo of Delfeayo and Ellis Marsalis play off one another's talents in this masterful collaboration, all while paying homage to one another's unique and specific talents with piano, mute work, and conversation throughout the album's contents.

Vance Thompson's Five Plus Six Dan Bilawsky reviews Vance Thompson's Five Plus Six "Such Sweet Thunder" album. The stylings of greats such as Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn, Thelonious Monk, and even Dolly Parton are touched on to create the songs within this album.

Lennie Tristano Steve Futterman reviews the personality-packed stylings of Lennie Tristano's "Chicago, April 1951 (Uptown Jazz)" & Red Garland Trio's "Swingin' On the Korner: Live At The Keystone Korner (Resonance)". Tristano & Garland reveal what makes them unique as artists within the jazz canon on this album featuring previously-unreleased performances encapsulated on both "Chicago, 1951" and "Swingin' on the Korner".


Mark Keresman reviews German drummer/composer Christian Finger's album, "Ananda (Steetzone)". Finger fuses multiple genres of Jazz into harmonic compositons, including Django-Reinhardt-style swing, fusion, chamber, and more in this album.

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