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Music Review: Kenny Werner – ‘The Melody’


They are not three musicians working individually; they work together in a kind of mystical union. Read More »

Music Review: Karla Harris – ‘Sings the Dave and Iola Brubeck Songbook’

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Karla Harris has old school vocal chops, and pianist Ted Howe’s arrangements make sure she has the perfect canvas to use them. Read More »

Music Review: Sachal Studios Orchestra – ‘Jazz and All That’


The Pakistani orchestra proves that jazz can make its mark all over the world. Read More »

Music Review: Miami Saxophone Quartet – ‘Four of a Kind’


Four saxes are better than one. Read More »

Music Review: Bob James and David Sanborn – “Quartette Humaine”

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After a quarter of a century, Sanborn and James join on a new album. Read More »

Music Review: Bennett & Brubeck – The White House Sessions, Live 1962


Recorded at a time when Brubeck and Bennett were at the top of their game, the album not only highlights their individual talents, but demonstrates the kind of electric performances you can get when truly great artists get together and feed off each other. Read More »

Music Review: Brubeck Brothers Quartet – LifeTimes

Dave Brubeck's sons, both actual and honorary, serve up a delicious tribute album to his work. Read More »

Music Review: Chick Corea & Gary Burton – Hot House

Hot House explores the interactions and chemistry between two jazz masters. Read More »

Music Review: The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Out [SACD]

This is the best sounding version of Brubeck's classic to ever go digital. Read More »

Music Review: Dave Brubeck – The Very Best of Dave Brubeck

Tracks from Dave Brubeck's formative years return as The Very Best Of Dave Brubeck. Read More »