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Music Review: Gabriel Espinosa and Hendrik Meurkens – ‘Samba Little Samba’


Samba Little Samba offers an exciting menu of Brazilian sounds played with a true passion for the music. Read More »

Music Review: Frank Catalano and Jimmy Chamberlin – ‘Love Supreme Collective’ EP


'Love Supreme Collective' is a fine tribute to a great artist and a lesson on how great art spawns great art. Read More »

Music Review: Tomás Doncker Band – ‘Big Apple Blues’

Big Apple Blues

Fans of jazz and lovers of New York will probably enjoy the musical tour of New York that Tomás Doncker offers them on this album. Read More »

Music Reviews: Phil Bowler & Pocket Jungle, Tim Ferguson Inside/Out, and Grecco Buratto

phil bowler

Two new jazz albums spiced with a little Brazilian pop. Read More »

Music Review: Tony Scott – ‘Tony Scott Lost Tapes Germany 1957/Asia 1962 [Remastered]

Tony Scott Lost Tapes Germany 1957, Asia 1962

While the sound quality on some recordings isn’t always equal to the musical quality, these performances deserve preservation. Read More »

Music Review: The City Boys Allstars – ‘Blinded by the Night’

City Boys

The City Boys play a blend of blues and funk, uniting some hot horns driven by a dynamite rhythm section with strong vocals. Read More »

Music Review: Mack Avenue SuperBand – ‘Live From the Detroit Jazz Festival—2013′

mack avenue superband

These are musicians with chemistry; they understand and respect each other. Read More »

Music Review: Chelsey Green and the Green Project – ‘The Green Room’

The Green Project from Chelsey Green

A collection of appealing original compositions and arrangements that showcase Green’s unique twist on violin, viola and contemporary jazz. Read More »

Music Reviews: Hendrik Meurkens and Misha Tsiganov, Gary Gray, Jason Paul Curtis


Three new albums show the diversity of contemporary jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Sophisticated Lady – ‘Sophisticated Lady Jazz Quartet’

sophisticated lady

The quartet clearly demonstrates there is life in tradition yet. Read More »