Phillip Barnett is a software geek with multiple, conflicting musical fantasies. He has played jazz piano, folk guitar and klezmer clarinet (not all at the same time - that would look ridiculous). You can follow his meanderings through twitter.
The box set is a breezy, fun tour of the side roads and alleyways of popular music.
Will the Cubs finally break through? Using my secret sources, I can now reveal Theo Epstein’s master plan.
In Part Two, Wyman discusses choosing material, his approach to playing bass, and some of his perceived technical limitations.
The former Rolling Stones bassist discusses the Rhythm Kings, the material he chooses to record, and his approach to playing bass.
The singer/songwriter's new release is a moving, amusing CD and an unexpected, quirky find.
Let Them Talk has enough twists and turns, both in the material and the arrangements, to make it interesting.
Fans of David Bromberg will be able to view some new sides to an old master in this new album.
Nicholson has crafted a tight, highly professional, well-executed album with the added virtue of not taking itself too seriously.
Paper Airplane is a melodic, satisfying, but somewhat unadventurous album from Alison Krauss and Union Station.
One kick-ass history lesson and one of the few jazz albums I would recommend to non-jazz listeners.