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Dave Stryker – Strykin’ Ahead (2017)

Dave Stryker – Strykin’ Ahead (2017)

Guitar whiz Dave Stryker gets back to meat ‘n’ potatoes soul-jazz with ‘Strykin’ Ahead.’

Dave Stryker, “O Tannebaum” (2016): One Track Mind

Dave Stryker, “O Tannebaum” (2016): One Track Mind

Get a free download of Dave Stryker’s bonus track “O Tannabaum”, and put a little swing in your holidays.

Dave Stryker – Eight Track II (2016)

Dave Stryker – Eight Track II (2016)

As oldies recast in soul-jazz bliss, ‘Eight Track II” is one of those good ideas from Dave Stryker that deserved another go around.

Dave Stryker – Messin’ With Mister T (2015)

Dave Stryker – Messin’ With Mister T (2015)

‘Messin’ With Mister T’ is Dave Stryker’s grand show of appreciation for his former boss, and it only makes us miss tenor sax giant Stanley Turrentine even more.

Oliver Lake Organ Quartet – What I Heard (2014)

‘What I Heard’ is a fresh and original approach to organ jazz that only the alto sax avant-garde legend Oliver Lake can conceive.

Jared Gold – JG 3+3 (2014)

Sometimes, both quality and quantity is possible: Hammond B3 commander Jared Gold has been punctually making a record a year since 2008.

Dave Stryker – Eight Track (2014)

A few years ago, a great guitarist from the Midwest went back to the soothing pop melodies of the mid-60s to the mid-70s — his formative years — and in doing so took us all back, too.

Jared Gold – Intuition (2013)

One of the great things about jazz is that some jazz musicians can just get together in a studio and knock out tunes and resulting record can be just as enjoyable as a carefully constructed, meticulously planned affair.

Half Notes: Ralph Bowen – Total Eclipse (2012)

The cover for Ralph Bowen’s newest release Total Eclipse is a picture of a “ring of fire” solar exclipse, much like the one that provided a spectacular show for residents of the U.S. Southwest on Monday.

Half Notes: Tom Tallitsch – Heads Or Tales (2012)

Saxophonist, composer, musical educator, and radio show host Tom Tallitsch keeps busy wearing a variety of hats all revolving around his love of music and the love of sharing his knowledge about it to others.

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