Tag Archives: Jazz

Alice Coltrane ~ Kirtan Turiya Sings

A bunch of people who are into jazz, seem to buzz about this album. After listening to this, I cannot agree. I didn’t like it at all. This seems to be a religious album featuring the voice of Alice Coltrane … Continue reading

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Junior Santos ~ CONPAMBICHE

Jazz fans will love this album. Beautiful piano playing, sax solos & more. Everything that you would want in a jazz album. Now, Junior Santos is the percussionist on this album, which also flows with this fine album. There are … Continue reading

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Liquid Tension Experiment ~ LTE 3

The first time that I heard the Liquid Tension Experiment, I didn’t really groove to it. One of my friends lent me some tracks to listen to, but, they never quite worked for me. I can’t tell you whether it … Continue reading

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Tony Cantisano ~ Enliven

This guitar player sure can play. This reminded me quite a bit of Jeff Beck, but, not as clean or soulful. While he doesn’t have the soul of Jeff Beck, he has the moves of a great guitar player. At … Continue reading

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Jon Anderson ~ 1000 Hands

A brand new album from Jon Anderson, who you may know as the lead singer of Yes. If you’ve heard previous albums of Jon’s, this album sounds similar. It is definitely Jon. In between some of the songs you can … Continue reading

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Marbin ~ Russion Dolls

This Jazz rock band was formed in Israel. Having put out their first release in 2009 with their self titled album “Marbin”. They started puttring out albums every other year until 2013. Then it became yearly with 2014’s “The Third … Continue reading

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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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