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Michael Dease – All These Hands (2017)

Michael Dease – All These Hands (2017)

Through 12new compositions Michael Dease convincingly conveys the history in the context of social upheaval and displacement with ‘All These Hands’.

Steve Fidyk – Allied Forces (2016)

Steve Fidyk – Allied Forces (2016)

For the post-bop delight ‘Allied Forces’ Steve Fidyk may be leading a small combo, but he always drums big and his bandmates think the same way.

Tom Tallitsch – Gratitude (2016)

Tom Tallitsch – Gratitude (2016)

With a classic tenor sax tone, top drawer backing band and great tunes and arrangements all present in ‘Gratitude’, it’s just hard to go wrong with this record.

Brian Charette – Once & Future (2016)

Brian Charette – Once & Future (2016)

Brian Charette’s newest album ‘Once & Future’ the perfect record for aspiring (and accomplished) organ-jazz players…and listeners as well.

Walt Weiskopf – The Way You Say It (2016)

Walt Weiskopf – The Way You Say It (2016)

No matter how much saxophonist Walt Weiskopf mixes things up for the vibes and organ-powered jazz ‘The Way You Say It,’ the craftsmanship shines through.

Will Bernard – Out & About (2016)

Will Bernard – Out & About (2016)

With eleven sturdy originals and an all-star band in tow, there’s no way jazz guitar whiz Will Bernard’s ‘Out & About’ was going to disappoint.

Ed Cherry – Soul Tree (2016)

Ed Cherry – Soul Tree (2016)

‘Soul Tree’ is that kind of fundamentally solid, guitar/organ/drums record that you’d expect from a seasoned guitarist like Ed Cherry. You won’t go wrong here.

Ken Fowser – Standing Tall (2016)

Ken Fowser – Standing Tall (2016)

We already knew from his recordings with Behn Gillece that Ken Fowser has the goods as a saxophonist and composer; ‘Standing Tall’, his debut as sole leader, further confirms those things.

Michael Dease – Decisions (2015)

Michael Dease – Decisions (2015)

A model of consistency, style and grace, Michael Dease stays at the head of the class among jazz trombonists with his seventh album, ‘Decisions.’

Tom Tallitsch – All Together Now (2015)

Tom Tallitsch – All Together Now (2015)

The tenor ace Tallitsch delivers another mainstream jazz outing with a stellar supporting cast that’s dynamic, majestic and yes, a boatload of fun.