September 2022 article @ All About Jazz

Multiple Reviews By Geno Thackara September 29, 2022 Sign in to view read count ” data-original-title=”” title=””>Teemu Kekkonen indeed does cross a lot of both “heres” and “theres” during the course of Here/There. His debut has one foot in his native Finland’s folk roots and one in the most urbane of metropolitan clubs. It could … Read more

Jon Poses article @ All About Jazz

Chats with Cats Courtesy Columbia Missourian By BD Lenz September 28, 2022 Sign in to view read count Having people come up to us and say after a concert, ‘Now I get it,’ meaning the music made sense to them; that’s a way to define success. —Jon Poses You know you’re doing something right when … Read more

Barney Kessel and Hampton Hawes on vinyl article @ All About Jazz

Multiple Reviews By C. Andrew Hovan September 27, 2022 Sign in to view read count Almost a century ago, times were different and folks with the gumption to forge their own paths were more likely to make a mark on history. When you think of the documentation of jazz, names like John Hammond, Francis Wolff, … Read more

The Music Of Gentiane MG article @ All About Jazz

Interview Courtesy Benoit Rousseau By Kerilie McDowall September 27, 2022 Sign in to view read count ‘Walls Made of Glass’ imagines the listener in a quiet space, flooded by daylight as it streams in through transparent walls. —Gentiane MG My first impression upon hearing Gentiane MG’s work for the first time was that her writing … Read more

Poncho Sanchez Latin Jazz Band at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley article @ All About Jazz

Live Review Courtesy Jack Gold-Molina By Jack Gold-Molina September 24, 2022 Sign in to view read count Sanchez was ardently faithful to his influences and they were clearly evident in his own musical voice. Poncho Sanchez Latin Jazz Band Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley Seattle, WA August 12, 2022 Poncho Sanchez and his Latin Jazz Band performed … Read more

Intuitive Idiosyncrasy article @ All About Jazz

” data-original-title=”” title=””>Tim Berne—than in the expansive Haram outfit. Finely-honed technique and simpatico earmark these efforts as fully and completely as any of the many others issued under Gordon Grdina’s name in recent years. Gordon Grdina’s Haram with Marc Ribot Night’s Quietest Moment ABG Records 2022 Incongruous as it may sound, this effort of Gordon … Read more

For Author Peter Straub, Listening To Jazz Was Like Reading Fiction article @ All About Jazz

For Author Peter Straub, Listening To Jazz Was Like Reading Fiction article @ All About Jazz Home » Jazz Articles » For Author Peter Straub, Listening To Jazz Was Like Reading Fictio… Radio & Podcasts By Leo Sidran | The Third Story September 22, 2022 Sign in to view read count Click the play button … Read more

Give The Drummers Some article @ All About Jazz

” data-original-title=”” title=””>Tony Williams‘ previously-unreleased 1980 trio session of vintage fusion coming to light around the same time as a more traditional acoustic jazz helmed by ” data-original-title=”” title=””>Al Foster. A study in contrasts though this may be, one from a linchpin of Miles’ “second great quintet” of Miles Davis trumpet1926 – 1991 ” data-original-title=”” … Read more

‘Just the Three of Us’ at Chris’ Jazz Café article @ All About Jazz

Live Review Courtesy Victor L. Schermer By Victor L. Schermer September 20, 2022 Sign in to view read count ” data-original-title=”” title=””>Michael Pedicin on tenor saxophone, ” data-original-title=”” title=””>Jim Ridl on piano, and Dean Johnson bass, acoustic ” data-original-title=”” title=””>Dean Johnson on bass, owes much of its successful execution to the trio format without drums. … Read more