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Andy Galore + Mike Stern, Oz Noy, others – Out and About (2015)

Andy Galore + Mike Stern, Oz Noy, others – Out and About (2015)

Andy Galore’s ‘Out and About’ works on many levels, from its strong compositions to its production and playing.

Preston Frazier’s Best of 2014 (Jazz and Fusion Jazz): Simon Phillips, Oz Noy, Bobby Broom

Preston Frazier’s Best of 2014 (Jazz and Fusion Jazz): Simon Phillips, Oz Noy, Bobby Broom

Preston Frazier’s Best of 2014 in jazz and fusion, including the Breithaupt Brothers, Simon Phillips, Oz Noy, Bobby Broom and Miguel Zenon.

Preston Frazier’s Mid-Year Best of 2014 (Rock, Pop and Jazz): Simon Phillips, Kere Buchanan, Nathan East, Oz Noy, Judith Owen, Toto

Preston Frazier’s Mid-Year Best of 2014 (Rock, Pop and Jazz): Simon Phillips, Kere Buchanan, Nathan East, Oz Noy, Judith Owen, Toto

Already, we’ve heard so much great stuff from the Toto family tree of music.

Tommy Bolin with Warren Haynes, Steve Lukather, others – Great Gypsy Soul (2012)

This isn’t a eulogy, no sad occasion, mostly because Tommy Bolin is so very present on the pleasantly unsanctimonious Great Gypsy Soul.

BANN (Seamus Blake/Jay Anderson/Oz Noy/Adam Nussbaum) – As You Like (2011)

BANN (Seamus Blake/Jay Anderson/Oz Noy/Adam Nussbaum) – As You Like (2011)

photo: Jazz Eyes Records by S. Victor Aaron BANN is a jazz supergroup of sorts, consisting of saxophonist Seamus Blake, bassist Jay Anderson, guitarist Oz Noy and drummer Adam Nussbaum. We know how supergroups can be hit-or-miss affairs; either egos clash and the different voices don’t click together, or they come together naturally to create something that can be veryRead More

The Best of 2009, Part 3: Fusion Jazz

The Best of 2009, Part 3: Fusion Jazz

by Pico I was going to start off this year’s version of the Fusion Jazz list by explaining what exactly we are calling “fusion jazz,” until I recalled that I already attempted to define it last year. And looking back, it seems so damned convoluted. So disregard that: if it’s at least somewhat jazz and it’s not traditional/modern jazz andRead More

Oz Noy – Schizophrenic (2009)

Oz Noy – Schizophrenic (2009)

by S. Victor Aaron “Guitar virtuoso” for some can conjure up images of lightning fast shredders and gadget-filled guitar pyrotechnics. Some of these guys are pretty amazing technicians, to be sure, but a lot of them forget about applying their ample technique to songs that are any joy to listen to. But Oz Noy is not one of them. Israeli-bornRead More

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