“… Joining Eubanks on this outing is longtime collaborator and former Berklee College of Music schoolmate, drummer Marvin “Smitty” Smith, who fuels the West Coast outfit alongside seasoned session bassist Rene Camacho, percussionist Mino Cinelu [More]
The fourth CD in a 12-month period by Zorn’s most powerful new ensemble presents nine genre-busting compositions mixing jazz, metal, classical, world music and more. This time their trademark sound is augmented by the ringing [More]
“One of the Bobs who has been greatly influenced by Michael Brecker – the others include Bob Shepherd, Bob Mintzer and Bob Malach — Bob Berg has one of his strongest and most inspired efforts [More]
The Trio of Doom was a short-lived jazz fusion power trio consisting of John McLaughlin on guitar, Jaco Pastorius on bass, and Tony Williams on drums. They were brought together by Columbia Records in 1979 [More]
Gilbert John “Gil” Mellé (31 December 1931 – 28 October 2004) was an American artist, jazz musician and film composer. Tracklist: A1 Waterbirds (Pt. 1) A2 Waterbirds (Pt. 2) 7:33 A3 Walkin’ Down The Gloomy [More]
“The colorful cover artwork complements the colorful music by flutist Dave Valentin. Kalahari has ballads that are beautiful and upbeat tunes heavy on syncopated beats with tons of Latin percussion. Included on the album are [More]
Brad Mehldau’s Finding Gabriel is out now on Nonesuch Records. The album features performances by Mehldau on piano, synthesizers, percussion, and Fender Rhodes, as well as vocals. Guest musicians include Ambrose Akinmusire, Sara Caswell, Kurt [More]
Crossings is the tenth album by jazz pianist Herbie Hancock, released in 1972. It is the second album in his Mwandishi period, which saw him experimenting in electronics. The album is the band’s first to [More]
Orange and Blue is an album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1994. “Al di Meola’s passion for the acoustic guitar has not diminished his love of electric music. Upon collaboration [More]
“It took me 40 years to get up the courage to make this album,” he recently said by phone from his home in New York State, describing the self-released, 38-minute Soul Of The Bass. “I [More]