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Doug Macleod – Exactly Like This – Reference Recordings Doug Macleod – Exactly Like This – Reference Recordings
Published on March 13, 2015

Bluesman and technology make a great pair.


Jonathan Fritzen – Fritzenized [TrackList follows] NordicNight Jonathan Fritzen – Fritzenized [TrackList follows] NordicNight
Published on March 09, 2015

A heavy-on-production but enjoyable smooth jazz outing with Fritzen on keyboards and bass.


Justin Kauflin, piano – Dedication (2015) – Qwest Records/ Jazz Village Justin Kauflin, piano – Dedication (2015) – Qwest Records/ Jazz Village
Published on March 08, 2015

This record shows sign of maturity, solid composition and a powerful understanding of jazz as a form of expression.


Joey Calderazzo – Going Home – Sunnyside Joey Calderazzo – Going Home – Sunnyside
Published on March 03, 2015

A cerebral pianist of immense talent.


Holger Scheidt Group – The Tides of Life [TrackList follows] – Enja Holger Scheidt Group – The Tides of Life [TrackList follows] – Enja
Published on March 02, 2015

A jazz journey through one man’s emotional experiences.


Rudresh Mahanthappa, sax – Bird Calls [TrackList follows] – ACT Music Rudresh Mahanthappa, sax – Bird Calls [TrackList follows] – ACT Music
Published on March 02, 2015

Charlie Parker’s enduring and prevailing spirit carries on.


Russell Malone – Love Looks Good On You – HighNote Russell Malone – Love Looks Good On You – HighNote
Published on February 27, 2015

Russell Malone is an exhilarating guitarist leading a lively and melodic band.


North American Jazz Alliance – The Montreal Sessions – Challenge North American Jazz Alliance – The Montreal Sessions – Challenge
Published on February 24, 2015

A well-executed and unabashedly attractive outing.


Chris Cortez – Top Secret [TrackList follows] – Blue Bamboo Music Chris Cortez – Top Secret [TrackList follows] – Blue Bamboo Music
Published on February 23, 2015

Guitarist Chris Cortez: no secrets here, he’s an overt devotee of swinging jazz tradition.


Ian Sims and Divergent Paths – Conundrum [TrackList follows] Ian Sims and Divergent Paths – Conundrum [TrackList follows]
Published on February 23, 2015

No puzzler here: post-bop jazz with a perceptive sense of poise and expertise.




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