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Music Review: Charlie Sayles – ‘Charlie Sayles and the Blues Disciples’ (Featuring Tony Fazio)

Charlie Sayles

Charlie Sayles goes back to the roots of blues music with a simple, yet rich sound. Read More »

Music Review: Louise Aubrie – ‘Late 44’

Louise Aubrie 'Late 44'

The familiarity of each track encourages listeners to pay close attention to their lyrics. Read More »

Music Review: Steve Davis’ ‘Say When’ Salutes J. J. Johnson

say when

'Say When' is another must-have album from Smoke Sessions. Read More »

Music Review: Delta Deep – ‘Delta Deep’

Delta Deep

Delta Deep’s self-titled album is a great rock album with blues, soul, and funk mixed in. Read More »

Music Review: Antonio Sanchez – ‘Three Times Three’ and ‘The Meridian Suite’

sanchez

Two new albums from the snubbed composer of the score for the Oscar-winning 'Birdman.' Read More »

Music Review: Kevin Jenkins – ‘Til the Story’s Told’

Kevin Jenkins 'Til The Story's Told'

Kevin Jenkins’ collection of nine blue R&B tracks make for a great listen. Read More »

Music Review: Tangos by Roger Davidson – ‘Te Extraño Buenos Aires’

tango

While this musical approach is not particularly adventurous and retro in feel, it is lush and full-blooded; it is music that excites. Read More »

Music Review: Jeff Lorber and Chuck Loeb – ‘Bop (A CD to Help Fund the Cure for PKD)’

Bop

If this album is any indication, 'Bop' is alive and well—and still kicking backsides. Read More »

Music Review: Shannen Nicole – ‘Captive’

Shannen Nicole's 'Captive'

‘Captive’ could potentially mark the beginning of a musical career to follow. Read More »

Music Review: The Rolling Stones – ‘Sticky Fingers (Super Deluxe)’ & ‘From The Vault: The Marquee Club Live in 1971 (DVD/CD)’

stonessticky

Two new releases out this month reexamine the legacy of The Rolling Stones' classic 1971 album 'Sticky Fingers' from different angles, and the results are as predictably mixed as you might expect. Read More »