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Kneebody: Anti-Hero (Motéma)

Has Kneebody run its course? After 16 years, it sure sounds like it. The acoustic-electric……Read More

05-22-17    Albums

Benny Green: Happiness! (Sunnyside)

When pianist Benny Green announces at the outset of this live recording that the Kuumbwa……Read More


Chris Potter: The Dreamer Is the Dream (ECM)

On each of his three ECM albums, saxophonist and composer Chris Potter has gone into……Read More

05-16-17    Albums

Matt Mitchell: Førage (Screwgun)

When Tim Berne played Philadelphia in 2009, the opening act was Matt Mitchell, a then-obscure……Read More


Petros Klampanis: Chroma (Motéma)

One of the positive developments in jazz of the new millennium is the proliferation of……Read More

05-15-17    Albums

The Microscopic Septet: Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down to Me (Cuneiform)

The Microscopic Septet explores the blues almost exclusively on its eighth album. Soprano saxophonist Phillip……Read More

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Frankie & Johnny, Helen & Morgan
By Shaun Brady

Viewed in retrospect, historic events tend to take on an air of inevitability: What we……Read More


After Hours: New York’s Jazz Joints
By Ashley Kahn

Many of the legendary Manhattan nightspots where jazz musicians got their start are long gone……Read More


Linda May Han Oh: Presence
By Geoffrey Himes

  When bassists become bandleaders, they must choose: How much should they hang back in……Read More


Bright Moments with Cecil McBee
By Aidan Levy

For the past six decades, bassist, composer and educator Cecil McBee has quietly anchored the……Read More

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