This brave song, written about the horror of racism long before the Civil Rights movement, is given a different complexity by Cassandra Wilson.
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Here’s a review of Syberen van Munster’s debut album ‘Plunge For Distance,’ a sophisticated work that gently combines Old and New Worlds.
Steve Wilson puts himself on an unusual situation here, and not just because this is his first new album release in 12 years.
In a rare turn as a leader, Russell Malone reminds us of his canny ability to play with both speed and emotion, power and space.
‘Introducing Katie Thiroux’ could have been a sterling vocal showcase, or an intriguing intrumental project. Luckily for us, it ends up being both.
Eliane Elias is routinely connected with her Brazilian roots but, the truth is, “Brasil” begins her first full-length recording from back home since 1981.
‘To Duke’ is a madly clever tribute to Duke Ellington from the Matthew Shipp Trio.
‘Red Kite,’ the debut album by the London-based trio of Colin Webster, Andrew Lisle and Alex Ward, unfolds as an exercise in brilliant extremes.
The Dead Neanderthals’ thrillingly explorative new album with Nick Millevoi is one to start your heart — to un-relax, un-settle and un-fetter.
Ben Wolfe’s Posi-Tone debut ‘The Whisperer’ is supple, solid mainstream jazz full of quality Wolfe originals and strong support from his backing band.