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Animi

The instrumentation on Shauli Einav’s Animi, his sixth album as a leader, might put you in mind of Dave Holland’s quintet, which features the unique combination of saxophone,…


  • Deepscape

    Humility isn’t a quality jazz musicians tend to exhibit, encouraged as they are to show off their chops or push their…

  • Bridge To Infinity

    Before moving to Los Angeles in 1999, Karina Corradini already was one of the best-known jazz vocalists in Argentina, a…

  • This Should Be Fun

    This Should Be Fun, the seventh leader date by alto saxophonist Patrick Cornelius, is a departure from his more recent…

  • Perpetual Optimism

    A sumptuous gumbo of melody and rhythm underscores drummer Herlin Riley’s Perpetual Optimism, an album that, for the…

  • Sanctuary

    Matt Slocum has been building a rep on the New York scene during the past decade. And on Sanctuary, his fifth leader…

  • Anesthesia

    The last song on Masha Art & LRK Trio’s Anesthesia carries the title “Into The Sea (RIP My Sister Anya).” Those…

  • Near And Now

    Pianist Gwilym Simcock regularly can be seen on international stages, touring as part of Pat Metheny’s quartet. But…

  • Pacifica

    Those unfamiliar with this Australian band might wonder about the origin of its name. But the mystery’s quickly…

  • Leap Of Faith

    Eric Alexander has established an impressive career as one of today’s most solid post-hard-bop torchbearers. His…

  • Songs Were Made To Sing

    One of the most accomplished jazz singers of her generation, Mary Stallings is having a late-career renaissance that…

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