Webber laid bare her compositions, leaving it in a few, capable hands and in doing so, made them flourish.
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‘The Where’ is a solid step up from a level that was already high. No one should think jazz is stuck on neutral after listening to this trio, and one senses that they are just getting started.
Forget about the genre this album is supposed – or not supposed – to be.
This Miles-meets-Mosada alchemy offers Interesting new twists.
She will change your perceptions of what a “jazz vocalist” in this day and age means.
In the melancholy wisdom of his lyrics, this lost singer-songwriter has very few rivals.
Scarlett Jane’s Stranger was initially released independently in 2013, but a remixed and remastered version seems primed to launch the Toronto-based duo into new territory.
Pianist and arranger David Ian has already proven his mastery of Christmas with two recordings for the holidays, so it perhaps stands to reason that he’d focus his lens elsewhere. Valentine’s Day is just the ticket, another day marked by love.
Powerful pianists can often be impressive, but I’m more impressed if a pianist never has to mash the pedal to capture my ears.
Toronto saxophonist Pete Mills takes to his debut on Cellar Live Records with polish and swing. Together with Pete McCann (guitars), Erik Augis (piano), Martin Wind (bass), and Matt Wilson (drums), he puts together a record that is both traditional and exuberantly modern.