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Music Review: The Dave Miller Trio with Rebecca Dumaine – ‘Better Than Anything’

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A new album that takes you back to some of the best days of jazz, retro-fitted just enough for the current century. Read More »

Music Review: John Brown – ‘Quiet Time’

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Bassist Brown leads his quintet into a lyrical and introspective musical journey. Read More »

Music Review: David Ian – ‘Valentine’s Day’


A jazz album for lovers that you can listen to and enjoy right from the start Read More »

Music Reviews: Lenny Sendersky & Tony Romano – ‘Desert Flower,’ The Matthew Finck Jonathan Bell Project – ‘It’s Not That Far’


Two jazz albums, each featuring a fine guitar/sax-fronted quartet. Read More »

Music Review: Dee Bell and Marcos Silva – ‘Silva – Bell – Elation’

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After 20 years off the stage, singer Dee Bell is back with a winning album. Read More »

Music Review: Rob Derke & The NYJAZZ Quartet – ‘Blue Divide’


A jazz exploration of the relationship between form and content. Read More »

Music Review: Danilo Perez – ‘Panama 500′


A musical tribute to Panama and its broad range of cultural influences. Read More »

Music Review: Jim Clayton – ‘Songs My Daughter Knows’


Jim Clayton plays jazz versions of his daughter's favorite tunes. Read More »

Music Review: Brigitte Zarie – ‘L’amour’

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'L'Amour' is a singular example of old school jazz in a modern world. Read More »

Music Review: Dhafer Youssef – ‘Birds Requiem’


The oud virtuoso takes listeners on an exotic spiritual journey. Read More »