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TV Review: Dave Brubeck: In His Own Sweet Way

“Jazz cries out its soul and nobody cares.” — Erik Satie Read More »

Music Review: Spanish Harlem Orchestra – Viva la Tradicion

This Paul Simon-produced project captures the Latin jazz legacy of passion and beauty. Read More »

Music Review: Kurt Rosenwinkel and OJM – Our Secret World

An ambitious big-band reworking of seven Rosenwinkel compositions. Read More »

Music Review: The Trio of Oz – The Trio of Oz

“There are only two types of music - good and bad.” - Duke Ellington Read More »

Music Review: Berlin Voices About Christmas

Get jazzed up with Berlin Voices for Christmas and repeat the sounding joy! Read More »

Music Review: Axel Krygier – Pesebre

New sounds from Argentinian Axel Krygier combining jazz, rock, electronica, cumbia, native folklore and experimental music. Read More »

Music Review: The Bad Plus — Never Stop

The Bad Plus marks a decade of pace setting progressive music with a new CD that represents two firsts: all original songs and all instrumental. Read More »

Music Review: Toots Thielemans — The Live Takes Vol. 1

“Nine superb tracks recorded in various locations between March 1994 and December 1998.” - Jazz Promo Services Read More »

Music Review: Dave Bass Quartet – Gone

Engaging melodies and memorable lyrics make this music not only accessible, but appealing to those not previously familiar to jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Buselli Wallarab Jazz Orchestra — Where or When

“Sometimes a single statement of the tune is all that is needed, as repetition can diffuse the intimacy of simple poetry.” — Brent Walarab Read More »