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Trouble No More ... All Men Are Brothers

Tribute albums can be tricky. The key is to give greater priority to spirit than to style. Of course, The Allman Brothers created a unique style before guitarist Duane Allman’s…
  • Araminta

    Although not credited in its title, this well-established New York trio’s latest album boasts a major collaborator.…
  • Jazz, Vol. 1

    If the truism holds that Jerome Kern’s timeless standard “All The Things You Are” is a prime test of a jazz…
  • Jazz Loves Disney

    Walt Disney isn’t the first celebrity you think of when you hear the word jazz, but he was a lifelong fan of the…
  • Half Moon: Live In New York

    Vocalist Shank and pianist Geoffrey Keezer are both masterful musicians, and they don’t waste any time getting down…
  • Look For The Silver Lining

    Los Angeles jazz guitarist Peter Kavanaugh operates in the tradition of such thoughtful plectrists as Jim Hall, Kenny…
  • Blooming Tall Phlox

    On Blooming Tall Phlox, an evocative and slow-burning album that mixes jazz and classical music with an experimental…
  • Instead

    A question comes to mind just seconds into the first cut on Ben Rosenblum’s debut album: Which came first, the music…
  • Got Soul

    Pedal steel guitar player Robert Randolph grew up playing Sacred Steel, an African-American style of music that came…
  • Over The Rainbow

    Most of Over The Rainbow was recorded live in Spain, the pianist’s home country. This may account in part for Chano…
  • Sensations Of Tone

    The name of this album derives from a 19th-century text on acoustics, but it also puts one of Ellery Eskelin’s…
  • An Ancient Observer

    There’s no such thing as the “same old, same old” with Tigran Hamasyan.

    The Armenian-American pianist’s last…

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February 2018
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