Timucin Sahin Quartet BAFA
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
Wielding his signature Erkan Sizarlar 6- and fretless 7-string doubleneck, Turkish guitarist Timucin Sahin’s truly avant-garde jazz concept is brilliantly realized by New York young lions saxophonist John O’ Gallagher,
The Julien Kasper Band Trance Groove
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
Exquisite tones, masterful execution, and innate soulfulness drive this jazzy, funky, bluesy, Sco-and-Beckmeet- Hendrix-for-drinks-at-the- Harvard-Psychedelic-Club instrumental joyride. Toulcat.
Garaj Mahal amp Fareed Haque Discovery
May 14 2010 7:20PM
Fareed Haque (Sting, Joe Zawinul) was one of the earliest standard bearers for the Moog Guitar.
FRANK ZAPPA Oeuvre Easy
Dec 8 2009 1:00PM
MAKING YOUR WAY through the more than 70 titles in Frank Zappa’s catalog is a daunting prospect, but those recordings—representing a career that spanned nearly 44 years—contain some of the most outrageous music you will ever hear.
Phil Keagy And Jeff Johnson Frio Suite
Apr 1 2010 1:00AM
Inspired by time spent at a lodge alongside the Frio River in Texas, this lovely music is introspective and pastoral in turns, somehow managing to sound both lush and delicate at the same time. Johnson’s pretty keyboard
Henry Kaiser Solo Guitar 2009 Where Endless Meets Disappearing
Mar 9 2010 6:10PM
Bay Area creative music-meister Henry Kaiser recorded most of the improvised pieces on this solo guitar outing in a few hours back in May of 2009, using a very old school Lexicon Super Prime Time digital delay that had been
Rez Abbasi Things to Come
Mar 1 2010 1:00AM
Rez Abbasi is a significant contributor to both the New York jazz scene and the emerging global jazz-fusion movement, and this latest recording from the Pakistani-American guitarist represents another step forward in the
Kenny Lee Lewis New Vintage
Mar 1 2010 1:00AM
This CD shows a different persona of Steve Miller Band guitarist Kenny Lee Lewis, who plays tastefully on a mix of original and cover tunes that lands on the smoother side of the jazz tracks. Revealing his fondness for the
GIANNI GUARRACINO Gypsyland
Jan 25 2010 5:30PM
Although virtually unknown in the United States, Italian guitarist Gianni Guarracino is a significant player on the Neapolitan music scene and widely recognized throughout Europe.
VIDEO Allan Holdsworth Terry Bozzio Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto Improvising
Jan 19 2010 2:35PM
Allan Holdsworth, Terry Bozzio, Tony Levin, and Pat Mastelotto (HoBoLeMa) Improvising at Yoshi's Jazz Club in Oakland, CA on January 8, 2010.
DVD EXCERPT JIMMY SMITH Live in 1969 with Eddie McFadden
Dec 17 2009 3:10PM
HAMMOND B-3 VIRTUOSO JIMMY SMITH was one of the most accomplished jazz musicians of all time, and also the largest selling jazzbo during the 1960s.
DVD EXCERPT Jim Hall Live in 1964 with Art Farmer
Dec 3 2009 5:45PM
PART OF THE EXTRAORDINARY JAZZ ICONS series of DVD releases (now numbering more than 30 titles), this disc presents the Art Farmer Quartet performing live on BBC television in 1964.
Nov 2 2009 1:25PM
RAZL IS A SPANISH FUSIONISTA with keen chops and an equally keen sense of groove.
ED DEGENARO Less Is Seldom More
Oct 2 2009 1:05PM
Stylistically varied doesn’t begin to describe the music on this disc.
Reviewed: Jermaine Landsberger, Getting’ Blazed
Apr 27 2009 5:30PM
German-born pianist and organist Jermaine Landsberger was raised in a Sinti gypsy family, where he was steeped in the music of Django Reinhardt and the Roma gypsies.
Kiko Loureiro on Cross-Picked and Hybrid-Picked Arpeggios
Under Investigation: The Soulful Guitarists of James Brown
Rhythm Workshop: Sixteenth-Note Funk
Under Investigation: Eddie Cochran
Joel Hoekstra Takes A Minor Out
RIP, Ray Manzarek
It"s Here. . But Not
proud Dad moment
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