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Music Review: Nicole – ‘Raizes/Roots’


Yiddish melodies in Brazilian dress, world music melded with Latin jazz—Raizes/Roots is an album that deserves your attention. Read More »

Music Reviews: Brazilian and Cuban Jazz from Minas, Antonio Adolfo, and Nils Fischer


Reviewed here are fresh, new interpretations of Brazilian and Cuban jazz. Read More »

Music Reviews: Lisa Ferraro – ‘Serenading the Moon,’ Rozina Patkai – ‘Você e Eu’


Two impressive jazz vocalists deliver the goods. Different goods, but goods nonetheless. Read More »

Music Review: Carmen Cuesta – ‘Toda Una Vida’


An exciting celebration the bolero featuring a soft, sultry, sexy voice. Read More »

Music Review: Roger Davidson – “Journey to Rio”

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Roger Davidson takes listeners on a "Journey to Rio" in his latest album. Read More »

Music Review: Antonio Adolfo – Finas Misturas

Antonio Adolfo's Finas Misturas blends jazz with Brazilian stylings. Read More »

Music Review: Joy Mover – Joy Mover

Joy Mover manages to merge jazz and Latin influences for her first album. Read More »

Music Review: Henrik Meurkens – Live at Bird’s Eye

The jazz harmonica master plays live with his quartet. Read More »

Music Review: Chris Connor – Chris Connor Sings Gentle Bossa Nova

The reissue allows original fans to revisit one of the great voices of their youth; youngsters will experience the joy of discovery. Read More »

I Hear Sparks: Véronneau – Joie de Vivre

A beautiful, bright musical experience featuring one of the best voices in the business. Read More »