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  • Review: Christian Sands: Facing Dragons 10.11.18

    Save for a busy, perhaps too restrained take on The Beatles' "Yesterday" and the predictable South American rhythm driven "Sangueo Soul," Facing Dragons is pianist Christian Sands third powerhouse release in a shade over two years. [All About Jazz]

  • Album Review: Cécile McLorin Salvant’s ‘The Window’ 10.11.18

    The multiple-Grammy-winning 29-year-old offers a master class in jazz singing with her fourth album, which benefits from a pianist who sounds as majestically unhinged as she does. [Variety]

  • Cecile McLorin Salvant 10.11.18

    When the jazz vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant sings “Somewhere” on her fifth album, The Window, she approaches the American standard with complete knowledge of its monumental past—and its possibilities in the present. [Pitchfork]

  • Jeffrey Osborne: The Legend Who is ‘Worth It All’ 04.24.18

    Jeffrey Osborne’s voice undoubtedly defined an era, launched worldwide romances and created a lasting connection with fans and musicians alike, and it’s about to happen again, on the wings of Osborne’s new album, “Worth It All” which will be released next month on May 25th. The album collection includes all original songs; the first “original” album tracks in more than 10 years.

  • Singer Cécile McLorin Salvant and pianist Bill Charlap revitalize mainstream jazz tradition from wit 03.05.18

    This fantastic double bill testifies to the enduring power and malleability of mainstream jazz tradition, where dazzling facility, individual voice, and casual erudition can bring new vitality to decades-old approaches.

  • First Listen: Alfredo Rodríguez, ‘The Little Dream’ 02.21.18

    The Little Dream's title track serves as the album's manifesto. Vibrant passages of harmonic development, heralded by a Yoruba choir, give way to unified tangos up and down the fret and keyboard. 

  • Take a musical journey with Dave Bennett, Pittsburgh Pops 02.19.18

    Dave Bennett was 10 when he realized what he wanted to do with the rest of his life. He'd just started playing clarinet and before long was making music on guitar and piano as well. Now 33, he's enjoying a very successful musical career, with his newest CD "Blood Moon" just released.

  • Jazz review: Various artists: Oscar, With Love 02.16.18

    These tribute recordings show Oscar Peterson to be more of a romantic balladeer than his reputation for high-octane swinging might suggest. Give this intriguing set a listen and you many never hear Peterson in quite the same way again.

  • JULIAN LAGE IMPARTS NEW JAZZ LP ‘MODERN LORE’ 02.13.18

    The album is a rhythmic journey. Each track contains something different, sometimes drastically so; but the twang of his Telecaster remains a constant that is pleasing to listen to. Lage really loves to play that electric guitar. 

  • Julian Lage: Modern Lore [All About Jazz] 02.12.18

    "This music, as with the entire body of work by the guitarist to whom it's credited, holds the potential for consistently rewarding listening over an unusually extended period of time."

  • Q&A with Alfredo Rodríguez: Global References 02.10.18

    “I’m very happy to be in this country, because the United States has so many opportunities,” Rodríguez said. “The Little Dream comes from me wanting to provide inspiration to children. I believe that children are the hope for the world."

  • Julian Lage: Modern Lore Review [Paste] 02.09.18

    When he takes the lead, as he does on Modern Lore his new trio album recorded with drummer Kenny Wollesen and bassist Scott Colley, Julian Lage gives the many sides of his musical personality a turn in the spotlight.