REVIEWS Archive

Dominic Miller – Silent Light

Argentinia-born guitarist Dominic Miller, who is living in the Provence region in France and has worked

Richard Galliano “New Jazz Musette”

I’ve been listening to a lot of new music recently. Actually I’m constantly listening, the first

Raul Midón – Bad Ass And Blind

At first I thought I was listening to a new Donald Fagen album – the similarities

The Baylor Project – The Journey

Here is another great example of genre-crossing music where it really doesn’t matter how you want

Virginia Schenck Celebrates Abbey Lincoln

Everybody has his or her favorite Abbey Lincoln tune of course. And for me, there are

Benny Golson and Lonnie Liston Smith Remastered

In the late 70s, a lot of Jazz artists tried to incorporate other genres and styles

Nate Smith: Kinfolk: Postcards From Everywhere

Here’s another great example why the melange of r&b, soul, hip-hop, and jazz works so well.

Theo Bleckmann – Elegy On Tour

German-born vocalist Theo Bleckmann, in New York since 1989, has recorded his first ECM album (released

José James – Love In A Time Of Madness

José James has gone back to “contemporary R&B” on his new, appropriately titled album “Love In

Kurt Rosenwinkel – Caipi

Guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel has recorded his new album “Caipi” in Berlin’s Heartcore Studios and has named