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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: Jeff Coffin + The Mu’tet – ‘Side Up’

Jeff Coffin

Between the different musical styles and the ever-changing ensembles, listening to 'Side Up' is like listening to something new on each and every track. Read More »

Music Review: Miles Davis – ‘Chronicles: The Complete Prestige Recordings 1951 – 1956′ [Box Set]


'Chronicles' is an eight-CD Miles Davis set which represents his work with the Prestige label, during which the man with the horn came into his own. 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: John Coltrane – ‘The Prestige Recordings’

John Coltrane Prestige Recordings

The legend of John Coltrane begins here. Read More »

Music Review: Florencia Gonzalez – ‘Between Loves’

Florencia Gonzalez - Between Loves

Florencia Gonzalez pays tribute to her musical loves old and new. Read More »

Music Review: Robert Prester – ‘Dogtown’


A jazz album that soars above the sum of its parts. Read More »

Music Review: John Coltrane – ‘Afro Blue Impressions’ [Remastered & Expanded 2-CD Set]

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Coltrane's legendary live album catches him in a very settled stage in his career, and while not for the faint-hearted, it's a good introduction to his music. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Carlos Santana And John McLaughlin – `Invitation To Illumination – Live At Montreux 2011′


Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin bring back 1970s jazz/rock fusion in an uneven concert recorded in 2011. Read More »

Music Review: OWL Trio – ‘OWL Trio’


OWL Trio debuts with a winner. Read More »