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The Lion, Camel & Child

Honestly, the notion of “Nietzschean jazz” doesn’t sound like much fun. “Solos which do not kill us make us stronger,” and all that, right? Well, don’t get the wrong…


  • Combinations

    Bassist Gerald Cannon makes his long-awaited return with Combinations, his second effort as leader. He has hardly been…

  • Common Ground

    For his 10th recording as a leader, baritone saxophonist B.J. Jansen is joined on the front line by trombonist Delfeayo…

  • June

    The fact that this album was recorded live in concert performance only underlines the breadth of its daring and…

  • Speechless

    Over seven previous discs, Champian Fulton has established herself in the elite circle of jazz performers who impress…

  • Breath Of Fire

    Pianist Andrew Durkin’s most recent recording before this 37-minute album came eight years ago with the much-loved,…

  • Only Time Will Tell

    Mike Longo draws from two streams on the strong Only Time Will Tell. One is his reverence for classic repertoire—its…

  • Esse

    Drummer/composer Gustavo Cortiñas’ second disc as a leader intends to unite his dual passions of music and…

  • The Seasons

    Thanks to his ongoing association with the Irakere-influenced New Cuban Express, there’s been a tendency to weigh…

  • Reach

    Christian Sands’ discography includes a lot of sessions led by drummers or bass players (the Christian McBride…

  • The Time Verses

    For his ninth Criss Cross album as leader or co-leader, alto saxophonist David Binney convened his New York working…

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June 2019
Jeremy Pelt
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