Label founder Jeff Gauthier is gradually rereleasing the entire Cryptogramophone catalog via the Bandcamp platform. For more than 20 years, the company has been a … Read More “The Nels Cline Singers: The Giant Pin (Cryptogramophone)” The post The Nels Cline Singers: The Giant Pin (Cryptogramophone) appeared first on JazzTimes.
One-Time-Only Gathering To Be Released September 9 On Candid Records Dedicated To Gerri Allen, Who Was Originally To Be Part Of Group; Listen To Performance Of Her Composition “Drummer’s Song” Terri Lyne Carrington – Drums Leo Genovese – Piano & Keyboards esperanza spalding – Bass & Vocal On September 3, 2017, attendees at the Detroit Jazz Festival
Chicago Soul Jazz Collective: On the Way to Be Free: Chicago Soul Jazz Collective Meets Dee Alexander (JMarq)
The medium-boil funk workout “Nothing Good Ever Goes Away” is the concluding track on this album; it could easily serve as the mission statement. That … Read More “Chicago Soul Jazz Collective: On the Way to Be Free: Chicago Soul Jazz Collective Meets Dee Alexander (JMarq)” The post Chicago Soul Jazz Collective: On the Way
Eric Knight – alto sax, saxes Doug Oberhamer – trumpets, piano, all tracks, drum programming. The post KnightHammer “Kickin’ It” – LISTEN appeared first on Smooth Jazz and Smooth Soul.
It sounds like summer. The signature bright and breezy Brazilian jazz melodies and exotic bossa nova grooves of icon Astrud Gilbertoare feted on jazz vocalist Anne Walsh’s “The Astrud Project,” which drops Friday. Produced and lavishly orchestrated by Grammynominated arranger Tom Zink, Walsh (https://www.annewalsh.com) recorded eleven songs from Gilberto’s seminal catalogue, popular as well as lesser-known gems, adding her
Steve Oliver is back with Morning Touch. The upcoming album is a solo guitar record, and you get a taste with this track. The post Steve Oliver ‘Morning Touch’ – LISTEN appeared first on Smooth Jazz and Smooth Soul.
Some say that there is a boundary line to art but few true artists and visionaries conform to that notion. It is no surprise that two-time Grammy-winning guitarist and producer extraordinaire Paul Brown cites both Jerry Garcia and Wes Montgomery as founding influences. Brown, who has amassed 75 #1 Contemporary Jazz radio hits and who
The jazz art form depends on continuous renewal. In the new millennium, the European scene has been a major source of creativity and innovation in … Read More “Manel Fortià: Despertar (Segell Microscopi)” The post Manel Fortià: Despertar (Segell Microscopi) appeared first on JazzTimes.
In its first full edition since the onset of the pandemic, and with a new director of programming, the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal … Read More “Les Bons Temps Are Back at the Montreal Jazz Festival” The post Les Bons Temps Are Back at the Montreal Jazz Festival appeared first on JazzTimes.
Be careful what you wish for. By the beginning of 2020 guitarist Mary Halvorson, one of the most acclaimed musicians of her generation, was also … Read More “Seeing Double: Mary Halvorson Makes Nonesuch Records Debut with Two Albums” The post Seeing Double: Mary Halvorson Makes Nonesuch Records Debut with Two Albums appeared first on