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Music Reviews: The Ladies Sing Jazz: Joanna Pascale, Michelle Lordi, Rachel Caswell

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Three new albums feature fine songstresses with eclectic repertoires. Read More »

Music Review: Ghost Train Orchestra – ‘Hot Town’

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'Hot Town' is music you’ve more than likely never heard before, but more than likely it is music you’ll want to hear again and again. It’s that infectious. Read More »

Music Review: Airelle Besson/Nelson Veras – ‘Prelude’

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'Prelude' is very convincing proof that music doesn’t have to be the same old same old to make for some fine listening Read More »

Music Review: Justin Kauflin – ‘Dedication’

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A great musician couldn’t just copy what he heard others doing; great musicians have a voice of their own. Read More »

Music Review: ‘The Complete Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Recordings’ [40th Anniversary Edition]

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I can’t speak for the vinyl set, but the two-CD album is a joy. Read More »

Music Review: Annie Ross Salutes Billie Holiday in ‘To Lady with Love’

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There is a heartfelt emotional honesty in the drama of her vocal stylings that makes up for the vocal limitations of age. Read More »

Music Review: Jazz Pianist Lisa Hilton Takes on The Black Keys and More on ‘HORIZONS’

Photo by: Steven Lippman

Hilton's music, built upon classical and jazz influences, is both sensuously lyrical and improvisationally rich. Read More »

Jazz Potpourri: Music from Joe Henderson, The Jiggs Whigham International Trio, Afro Bop Alliance, and More

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Reviewed here are Jazz albums old and new. Read More »

The Rockologist: For Your Consideration – The Jayhawks; Gavin Harrison; Steve Rothery; Lonely Robot

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The Rockologist is back from the dead, with a fresh batch of new music for your consideration. Read More »

Music Review: David Sanborn – ‘Time and the River’

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David Sanborn puts out the kind of music that does perhaps the one thing needful for fine music: it sounds good. Read More »