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  • The Best Jazz Albums of 2017 12.16.17

    Cécile McLorin Salvant, "She’s a storyteller, mining their lyrics for wit and drama that other singers, even great ones, glide by.” — "It’s the best jazz vocal album in a decade, maybe longer. Oh, and she’s 28 years old.” — Slate

  • Stanley Clarke Is the Reason You Love Music 12.15.17

    The legendary bass player, who basically invented jazz fusion, speaks about his lengthy career—from collaborating with Keith Richards to Paul McCartney to Miles Davis.

  • My Best of Jazz for 2017 12.07.17

    "If my feet were put to the fire to name the album that most impressed me this year it would have to be pianist/arranger/composer Billy Childs superb Rebirth. The album was a fountainhead of creativity played at the highest level."

  • Ringer of the Week: Dave Bennett “Blood Moon” 12.07.17

    "Dave Bennett shows that he’s got the chops, tearing through the mercurial “13 Fingers” like a hot knife in butter..."

  • Cameron Graves Planetary Prince 12.05.17

    Cameron Graves is a master, laying intricate melodic lines over driving drums and cymbal chokes. “Satania Our Solar System,” the opener, is devilish.

  • The Vast, Versatile Range Of Cécile McLorin Salvant 11.20.17

    Cécile McLorin Salvant has been called "the finest jazz singer to emerge in the last decade.” "Her blues are blue. Her swings swing," Kaplan says. "She has vast, almost operatic range.” He also says that Salvant digs into a lyric like an actress.

  • John Beasley’s Monk’estra At SFJAZZ 11.15.17

    "Monk wrote with such originality and put his witty personality into his writing and playing. He was hip to an 11 year old." — John Beasley, Conductor & Arranger - Monk’estra

  • Recording of December 2017: Bringin’ It 11.15.17

    "He's that rare jazz bassist who's a genuine leader. The success of Bringin' It begs the question: What can't Christian McBride do?” —Stereophile

  • Cécile McLorin Salvant: Review of new double album from the gifted young singer 11.10.17

    “It seems safe to posit that Cécile McLorin Salvant is not only the most successful female jazz singer to emerge since the turn of the millennium but also the most dynamically skilled…” — JazzTimes

  • CD Review: ‘Blood Moon,’ Dave Bennett 11.09.17

    Clarinetist Dave Bennett performs on his current CD with a small group. He has a mix of original compositions co-written with record producer Shelly Berger. Others are well-loved standards by a variety of composers. He is supported by pianist Dave Restivo, guitarist Reg Schwager, bassist Jim Vivian, drummer Pete Siers, and percussionist Davide Direnzo.

  • ALBUM REVIEWS: JOHN BEASLEY ‘MONK’ESTRA, VOL. 2’ CD (MACK AVENUE) 4/5 11.05.17

    It is one hundred years this October since Thelonius Monk was born in 1917 and to mark this commemoration of an iconic and highly creative and innovative musician, pianist, arranger and conductor John Beasley has produced the second part of an ongoing homage to the musician. 

  • Show #234: John Beasley’s MONK’estra Reimagines the Music of Thelonious Monk 10.27.17

    On this week’s Rhythm Planet show, I catch up with the multi-talented pianist/conductor/arranger John Beasley. Beasley and his big band, MONK’estra, have gained widespread renown and two Grammy nominations for their creative re-imagining of the music of Thelonious Sphere Monk in John Beasley Presents MONK’estra Vol. 1.