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Pablo Held: Elders / Pirouet Records

Already one of Germany’s most respected young jazz talents, Pablo Held’s (b. 1986) new album Elders will earn him even more veneration. Elders, appropriately titled, is centered...

3 Cohens: Tightrope / Anzic Records

Collective improvisation is about exploring various tunes in a variety of traditions with a shared musical chemistry. It’s not a simple task, yet the...

Marc Copland: Some More Love Songs

Before pianist Marc Copland advanced his jazz career with his New York Trio recordings on Pirouet Records, he released an under-the-radar album Some Love Songs in...

Peter Bernstein (Guitar): Live at Cory Weeds’ Cellar Jazz Club

This is the second jazz CD reviewed on Expedition Audio from the Cellar Live label. Cory Weeds, owner of Vancouver’s premiere jazz club and...

Ben Wolfe: From Here I See from Maxjazz

In contrast to the many jazz albums which place heavy emphasis on soloistic music-making, Ben Wolfe’s belief in the primacy of melody infused his...

Paolo Fresu Devil Quartet/Paolo Fresu: Desertico

If there’s one reason to explore this album it’s Paolo Fresu’s tone which resonates with Miles Davis’ aching sound. On his new album Desertico, Fresu...

Duduka Da Fonseca Trio: New Samba Jazz Directions

Duduka Da Fonseca’s story is that of a self-taught drummer who started playing at the age of thirteen. His passion lead him from his...

Morten Haxholm Quartet: Equilibrium

Equilibrium is an impressive debut album you won’t want to miss. Danish bass player Morten Christian Haxholm is a Copenhagen-based artist who studies in...

Mike LeDonne Trio: Speak: Live At Cory Weeds’ Cellar Jazz Club

“This is a record that I have been looking forward to for a long time!” writes Cory Weeds, owner of Vancouver’s premiere jazz club The...

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