You got to come on, man, and take a piece of Mr. Nathan Parker Smith’s band.
John Butcher in remarkable in that he plays differently in different places, constantly trying different sounds and new ideas.
Rob Mazurek pours his heart out with a very sympathetic squad from Brazil for this paean to his mother.
We review David Bowie’s newly released single “Sue,” which finds him once again leaving all possible labels and discriptions behind.
Houston Person has returned essentially unchanged on “The Song Is Ended,” if a little less prone to gail-force playing.
A thinking man’s garage band, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey unveils ‘Worker,’ suggesting that at twenty years old, this endeavor is nowhere near the end.
Irvin Mayfield’s effervescent Christmas redo will shake your stockings off the mantel.
The Ipswich Music Festival presentation of Jazz at the Movies gave us more than we bargained for.
Ron Miles and Company once again make music ideal for those who savor it with angularity and superb group dynamics.
Playing in one of this music’s holy places, Branford Marsalis gives himself, utterly, to the moment.