Archive for July 9th, 2011

Heiner Stadler – Tribute To Monk And Bird (1978, reissue)

Like the most artistically successful avanteers such as Mingus, Kirk and Braxton, the German composer, arranger and pianist Heiner Stadler fully understands, appreciates and loves the more traditional forms of jazz

Black Sabbath – The Dio Years (2007)

I have a confession to make: Metal fan that I have always been, I’m not particularly a Black Sabbath fan. I know, I know: You’re all black-listing me right now.

Wasilewski, Kurkiewicz and Miskiewicz – Trio (2005)

by Mark Saleski Back in the mid-1980s, the arrival on the jazz scene of a trumpeter named Wynton Marsalis marked the start of the so-called “young lions” period.