Patti LaBelle: New Jazz Attitude

On her first standards album, R&B empress Patti LaBelle confronts her jazz fears


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Ann Richards: Dreams Have a Way of Fading

The tormented life & mysterious death of Ann Richards, Stan Kenton’s bombshell bride and a supremely gifted yet sadly forgotten vocal-jazz siren

Ann Richards: Dreams Have a Way of Fading


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JD Allen: Radio Flyer (Savant)

If Radio Flyer by JD Allen is the tenor saxophonist’s best album yet—and it is—it’s largely……Read More

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Steve Coleman’s Natal Eclipse: Morphogenesis (Pi)

Steve Coleman’s music has long been animated by a bobbing and weaving, thrusting and parrying……Read More

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David S. Ware Trio: Live in New York, 2010 (AUM Fidelity)

More than two hours of molten, visceral, spontaneous improvisation from David S. Ware is contained……Read More

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Lizz Wright: Grace (Concord)

Though still a few years shy of 40, Lizz Wright has reached a musical maturity—stylistically,……Read More

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The Maiden Voyage of Fred Hersch
By Colin Fleming

If you have a passing knowledge of how the publishing industry works, you are likely……Read More


Patti LaBelle: New Jazz Attitude
By Christopher Loudon

Patti LaBelle was just 18 when her 1962 cover of “I Sold My Heart to……Read More


Reminiscing with Latin-jazz legend Eddie Palmieri
By Jeff Tamarkin

It’s Memorial Day in Manhattan, and Eddie Palmieri and his band are holding court at……Read More


Steve Nelson: The Center of the Music
By John Murph

Despite his stature as one of today’s most revered jazz vibraphonists, Steve Nelson ‘s discography……Read More

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