Category Archives: jazz

Cody Carpenter ~ Control

  Multi instrumentalist Cody Carpenter has put out a great album with Control. Cody plays guitars, keyboards, and, bass on 1 song. Helping Cody on this album is Jimmy Haslip on bass, Scott Seiver, Virgil Donati & Jimmy Branley on … Continue reading

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Cafe La Rouge with Steve Hunter ~ Covered With Love

  Steve Hunter, who has played guitar for Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper & Tracy Chapman, just to name a few. This is quite different than what I had expected. This was mostly a jazz EP.  Tony Levin, one … Continue reading

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David Sancious ~ Eyes Wide Open

This beautifully put together album is a wonderful thing to hear as you can hear the real way David Sancious would really want to play. This NJ native use to play with the original E Street Band, for the first … Continue reading

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Karl Sterling ~ Dream

  This jazz artist took me by surprise as most of the music on this album was really peppy. I was expecting a bunch of improve, but, got songs that were very un-jazz like. The first song really reminded me … Continue reading

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Brand X Live at the Sellersville Theatre, Sellersville, PA. October 13, 2019

  This show, which started off with 3.2, which you can read the review below, really started my week off right. I was there to see 3.2, and was pleasantly surprised to find out that they were not the headliner. … Continue reading

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Joseph Patrick Moore ~ Nevada Sun

  Once again, Joseph Patrick Moore continues to amaze me with not only his musical talent, but, also his songwriting talent. This album has me dancing around with the first song, & continuously throughout the rest of the album. He … Continue reading

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Cody Carpenter ~ Force Of Nature

  The second release from Cody Carpenter brings delight & glee to those who love instrumental progressive rock. This falls right in line with Jeff Beck, but with keyboards. Being the son of Adrienne Barbeau & John Carpenter, it should … Continue reading

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Oz Noy’s Booga Looga Loo

  Jazz is something you’re going to either love or just not care about. I like jazz. This is something new for Oz Noy as he is usually a heavy shred kind of guitar player. He decided to put out … Continue reading

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Peter Banks ~ The Self Contained Trilogy

  A new (in 1993) compilation from Peter Banks, former member of YES, using just an Ibanez electric guitar. This has bits of Prog Rock, a bit of jazz, & even new-age. Peter deliberately did not write any vocals for … Continue reading

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Jimmy Haslip – Scott Kinsey-Gergo Borlai ~ Arc Trio

  This 10 track albums brings 3 of the finest jazz musicians together for some fine music. “Owasso”, which starts you off, is a rhythmic feeling song, starting off with drums, then bringing in the bass, then, finally the keyboard. … Continue reading

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