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R.I.P. Larry Coryell

Guitarist Larry Coryell, a seminal and virtuosic jazz-rocker in the late 1960s who subsequently demonstrated his mastery of all the styles from folk to country and classical to Brazilian music, died Sunday night at a hotel in New York City, NPR reports… 547 more words

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Remembering Al Jarreau

Just a quick post today. Al Jarreau was one of the voices of my childhood and teen years – one of the happy, beautiful voices that countermanded all the emotional art rock I consumed at the same time. 45 more words

Paul Victor Project - Girl from Barcelona

The name Paul Victor is synonymous with musical virtuosity. Paul has described his style as a mix of fusion, soul, rock and blues music, utilizing a loaded amount of sweeping and legato in his playing. 243 more words

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Sound of Fusion - Black Tie Event

Sound of Fusion is a collaboration of the writing and playing of producer Jordan Biel alongside some of his friends, Jeff Sweigard, Jim Donadio, Mikel Lagaras, Ryan Robb & George Miller. 55 more words

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Christoph Spendel - Jazzmatics Vol. 1 New York Sessions

Jazzmatics Vol. 1 New York Sessions is the first album in the Jazzmatics series by jazz genius Christoph Spendel. The addition New York Sessions… 103 more words

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Christoph Spendel - Jazzmatics Vol. 2 New York Sessions

The Jazzmatics series is for Christoph Spendel a resume of the last 40 years. It started 1971, when Christoph watched on TV Miles Davis and his band during the Berliner Jazztage. 130 more words

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Music for The Next 1, 11/19/16: "Day to Day" by The Robert Glasper Experiment

Robert Glasper has pulled off something very thrilling within the past decade that has great meaning for a lover of variations of R&B, Funk, and Hip Hop that have space for the type of swinging improvisational music known as “jazz.” Just as Miles Davis, Weather Report, Herbie Hancock, George Benson, Charles Lloyd and many other luminaries did in the ’60s and ’70s, he has sought out, with his band, an instrumental jazz form that maintained the root rhythmic appeal of popular Black music. 807 more words

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