• Keith Jarrett: Rio

    Keith Jarrett: Rio

    Aside from Miles Davis’ 1959 masterpiece, Kind of Blue, Keith Jarrett’s landmark 1975 recording, The Koln Concert, is probably the one album by a jazz artist that most non- jazz fans own. While hardly a ...
  • Weather Report: Heavy Weather

    Weather Report: Heavy Weather

    Where some album titles seem like an afterthought, Heavy Weather and its surreal cover art match the music perfectly. Less groove-oriented and more atmospheric than previous Weather Report records, it sounds like the soundtrack to ...
  • Rudresh Mahanthappa: Samdhi

    Rudresh Mahanthappa: Samdhi

    If the prolific Satoko Fujii had an audience proportionate to her growing critical acclaim, the Japanese composer/ pianist might rival Esperanza Spalding as a popular jazz phenomenon. But Watershed’s prickly textures and dissonances signal that ...
  • Julius Hemphill: Dogon A. D.

    Julius Hemphill: Dogon A. D.

    Alto saxophonist/flutist Julius Hemphill moved to St. Louis from Texas in 1968, and immediately threw himself into the very active creative music scene there. Nothing he would produce later had the raw power of his ...

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