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Anthony Joseph - Caribbean Roots

This brand new album represents a return to his roots for Anthony Joseph, the British/Trinidadian poet, novelist and jazz musician. Having started out as a joint project with the outstanding percussionist Roger Raspail (Papa Wemba, Kassav), ‘Caribbean Roots’ swiftly grew into a creative force incorporating the rhythms, sounds and vibes that rock the Caribbean from San Fernando, Kingston, Port-au-Prince and Havana. 93 more words

Fred Hersch review for The NYC Jazz Record

An intimate portrait of a pianist and composer at the height of his career, produced and directed by Charlotte Lagarde and Carrie Lozano, this documentary polishes facets of Hersch’s life that may be less obvious to casual fans. 336 more words


My first review for DownBeat

I am pleased to announce that I am now a writer for DownBeat magazine. My first review for the magazine is of drummer Marcello Pellitteri’s  9 more words

ECM Releases

Saturday, January 21st


Some drumming is solid. Some, like this, liquid.

Charles “Bobo” Shaw, drummer, September 15, 1947-January 16, 2017

With Lester Bowie (trumpet, MCOTD Hall of Fame), “Bugle Boy Bop” ( 27 more words

Music Clip Of The Day

New Japanese Vibes (100) – 阿佐ヶ谷ロマンティックス Asagaya Romantics 所縁 ‘Shoen’

Oozing with soulful and romantic vibes, five-piece band 阿佐ヶ谷ロマンティックス Asagaya Romantics glows a musical sunset picture in their new track所縁 ‘Shoen’ (‘Connection’) from their new album 街の色 … 88 more words


New Orleans – America’s Most Interesting City

New Orleans is Louisiana’s largest city and metropolitan area, as well as being the United States’ biggest port and the busiest port in the Gulf of Mexico. 29 more words