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Slight Freedom

Jeff Parker is an inveterate collaborator who seems to relish opportunities to realize other musicians’ ideas. Consider the guitarist’s work with Rob Mazurek, Makaya McCraven,…
  • The Transformations Suite

    The Transformations Suite is a mix of theatrical poetry and jazz, played with the utmost passion and intensity.…
  • The Purity Of The Turf

    Your high expectations for this combination of musicians—pianist Ethan Iverson, bassist Ron Carter and drummer…
  • Heritage

    Born in Cameroon and blessed with perfect pitch, Richard Bona began playing balafon at age 4, quickly moving on to…
  • Mata Hati

    Indonesian guitarist Tohpati’s Mata Hati begins with a bang. “Janger” has all the East-meets-West sizzle of a…
  • Somewhere In Between

    Last year, saxophonist Braxton Cook left a supporting position in Christian Scott’s band to pursue his own musical…
  • Infinite Distances

    Drive and depth inform this meaty album by Noah Haidu, the assertive pianist and innovative composer leading its 11…
  • Dream Ago

    Just when the shore of song seems lost for all the fog, the voice of Gabrielle Stravelli cuts through like a lighthouse…
  • Doublebass Doublevoice

    The happenstance meeting of Doublebass Doublevoice came about when a 2011 gig placed bassist Steve Whipple and…
  • How To Say Goodbye

    We’ve all had our fair share of goodbyes, and if these moments were meaningful, we mulled over how and what we would…
  • Otterville

    Andrew Downing’s delightfully woozy, two-disc Otterville conjures a simpler, more communal and friendlier time.…
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July 2017
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