Musical musings by Something Else! "We're not saying this is the best music ever; we're just saying...
A virtuoso salutes another virtuoso in virtuosic fashion.
It's Rolling Stone Magazine's guilty pleasures list. Oh yeah, and mine, too.
For Bobby Lamm, Edgar Varèse was the inspiration.
Anders Osbourne didn't come from the Mississippi Delta or New Orleans; he just sounds like he does.
Hancock's first foray into crossover jazz retained much of the integrity of his classic Blue Note records.
Medeski and Martin make a record worthy of Medeski, Martin and Wood.
Vancouver, British Columbia-based jazz-pop vocalist by the name of Heidi McCurdy
Umphrey's McGee is serving up some tasty leftovers from last year's "Safety In Numbers."
Jaco's pre-fame band brings out the best out of a song he later wrote for his better-known band.
Dave Liebman remembers his eighteen month stint in the Miles Davis band. Listeners are more likely to recall Liebman himself.