Post Tagged with: "Rob Garcia"

Rob Garcia 4 – The Passion of Color (2014)

Continuing in the long line of jazz musicians who have molded and revitalized modern jazz from behind a drum kit, ‘The Passion of Color’ is Rob Garcia at his best.

Michel Gentile, Daniel Kelly, Rob Garcia – Works (2013)

Flautist Michel Gentile, pianist Daniel Kelly and drummer Rob Garcia have all distinguished themselves as leaders of their own jazz combos and as composers, but they joined forces for a trio

Half Notes: Rob Garcia 4 – The Drop And The Ocean (2011)

When I listen to Rob Garcia’s new album The Drop And The Ocean, the same adjectives come to me as they did for his prior album, Perennial, which are “seductive,” “lyrical,” “well-conceived,” “well-designed,” and Garcia’s drumming being “sensitive” and “delicate.” What I’d probably could add to that is Garcia’s drumming is at times (like on “River”) like Elvin Jones withRead More

Quickies: Four More From Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records

Quickies: Four More From Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records

by S. Victor Aaron Last year we spotlighted a trio of CD’s that made up the maiden releases by a new record label, the artist-run collective Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records. A year later last June, there were three more BJU records to examine. And here we are less than six months after that, and there are now four more newRead More