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Infinite Distances

Drive and depth inform this meaty album by Noah Haidu, the assertive pianist and innovative composer leading its 11 sizzling tracks.

Inspired by a conversation with Branford…


  • Soul Tree

    An irrepressibly swinging guitarist who is also given to blues-soaked phrasing, Ed Cherry is in that lineage of classic…
  • Early Americans

    For the past 35 years, Jane Ira Bloom has been one of a small handful of saxophonists to focus exclusively on the…
  • Esoteric

    Drummer Phillip Wilson bears the distinction of having played both at Woodstock (with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band)…
  • The Theory of Joy

    In addition to being a jazz singer, Ian Shaw is a pianist, stand up comic, record producer and radio host. He’s won…
  • Convallaria

    Thumbscrew’s superb second album, Convallaria, was prepared and recorded during a two-week residency at the City Of…
  • Asian Twistz

    Well known on the New York scene for his scintillating six-string abilities along with his penchant for deftly dancing…

  • Double Brein

    Variety can be a tiresome thing. With its constant shifting of gears and demand for reorientation, newness in listening…

  • Worthy

    About 10 years ago, r&b singer Bettye LaVette collaborated with producer Joe Henry for I’ve Got My Own Hell To Raise…

  • Shadows In The Night

    As a young man, Bob Dylan started composing idiosyncratic material because he couldn’t find traditional folk songs…

  • This Is Gary McFarland

    This package memorializes Gary McFarland, one of the busiest New York jazz arrangers of the 1960s. His ascendance…

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