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The finest musicians to spring from the world of jazz have clearly had an advantage when it comes to branching into other genres of music. Their mastery of composition, arranging and sight reading coupled with their flair for improvisation and spontaneous creation make them possibly the most seasoned and adaptable musicians in the art. Grammy Award winner Christian McBride, chameleonic virtuoso of the acoustic and electric bass, stands tall at the top of this clique. Beginning in 1989—the beginning of an amazing career in which he still has wider-reaching goals to attain - the Philadelphian has thus far been first-call-requested to accompany literally hundreds of fine artists, ranging in an impressive array from McCoy Tyner and Sting to Kathleen Battle and Diana Krall
by C. Andrew Hovan
Going back to the fall of 2016 and Ron Carter's appearance at the Detroit Jazz Festival as artist-in-residence, the buzz was that a biographical film on the man named the most recorded bassist in history was in the pipeline. During that festival, a film crew was seen regularly following Carter around Hart Plaza and the bassist ...
by David Brown
It's New Year's Eve here on the Jazz Continuum. Weather you're getting gussied up to go out, or laying low for the evening, we're here to present an evening of Feel-Good Music to keep you company. Playlist Thelonious Monk Esistrophy (Theme)" from Live at the It Club-Complete (Columbia) 00:30 Terry Pollard Scrapple From ...
by Joe Dimino
From one of the leading drummers today we begin the 783 Episode of Neon Jazz with Antonio Sanchez teamed with Pat Metheny and Christian McBride with a cut off the 2008 album Day Trip. We also hear from emerging talents including Desidério Lázaro, Avi Granite and Cícero Lee, plus a trove of good music from Bill ...
By Jo Harrop
Track listing: The Heart Wants What The Heart Wants; All Too Soon; Everything's Changing; I think You'd Better Go; Wise Words; Red Mary Janes & A Brand New Hat; Hold On; Life Inside; What If; Rainbow Sleeves; If Ever I Would Leave You: Weather The Storm.
Label: TIGER TURN
by Doug Hall
So many new jazz releases and so little time. If I could lock myself away in a listening room for a month with food and water only, I could begin do justice to all the significant, creative and enlightening recordings that have been offered in 2022. Phew!!! Charles Lloyd Trios ChapelBlue ...
by Ken Franckling
Current events impacted the jazz world in significant ways throughout 2022. In its third year, the coronavirus pandemic continued to lurk in some settings, while others recovered in robust fashion. Russia's war on Ukraine was felt by musicians and triggered an outpouring of support for its victims. Initiatives to ensure greater equity in jazz advanced. The ...