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Soul Of The Bass

Amid all the slippery, capricious action of Wayne Shorter’s famous quartet, you might be tempted to say that John Patitucci’s bass serves as the ballast. It’s a logical…


  • People Of The Sun

    There is an explicit and personal statement at work in People Of The Sun that involves race, identity and what it means…

  • Modern Flows Vol. II

    “My flow is rooted,” asserts the album’s first line, and it’s not just swagger. Modern Flows Vol. II moves as…

  • Now’s The Time (Solo Drums)

    Think “solo drums” and even if the player in question is an acknowledged master, the listener might cringe. But…

  • Mixed Feelings

    On her second album, and her first self-produced effort, Abelita Mateus shows off an impressive ability to synthesize…

  • The Dream Thief

    The Israel-born, Brooklyn-based pianist Shai Maestro forged his reputation in bassist Avishai Cohen’s band between…

  • Coming Home

    There is a moment on “Country Fried” when pianist Justin Kauflin and his cohort interrupt what essentially is an…

  • Our Métier

    After 10 albums on which he applied distinctive arranging skills to the work of others—a group that includes George…

  • Secret Treetop

    New York-based, Beijing-born Annie Chen follows her 2014 debut and her prior experience performing funk, soul and jazz…

  • Fast Friends

    L.A.-based saxophonist Doug Webb is an extremely busy player with a number of TV and movie credits, including Law and…

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