• Fat Cat Jazz Band: Face

    Fat Cat Jazz Band: Face

    The Fat Cat Jazz Band takes its name from a Manhattan club where this eleven- piece aggregate has its regular Sunday gig. Face is the group’s third release in just over a year, all recorded ...
  • Liszt: Organ Works, Vol. 2

    Liszt: Organ Works, Vol. 2

    The creation of major works for the organ did not end with Bach, nor did the building of new instruments. But for 75 years after Bach’s death, little of importance happened in either field. Then ...
  • Willie Nelson: American Classic

    Willie Nelson: American Classic

    Willie Nelson is no stranger to the great American songbook, having written a few chapters of it. This collection of twelve Tin Pan Alley classics is the stylistic follow- up to Stardust, Nelson’s chart-topping 1978 ...
  • Kenny Burrell: Guitar Forms

    Kenny Burrell: Guitar Forms

    It’s nice to see this landmark record get the deluxe reissue treatment from Speakers Corner. Kenny Burrell has always named this at or near the top of the recordings he’s most proud of, and it’s ...
  • Jason Robinson: Tiresian Symmetry

    Jason Robinson: Tiresian Symmetry

    Something has happened in the world of jazz while the rest of the world wasn’t looking, and the music Jason Robinson presents on this, his seventh album, typifies the way contemporary musicians have blurred the ...
  • Charpentier: 72 Etudes Karnatiques

    Charpentier: 72 Etudes Karnatiques

    Jacques Charpentier is a French composer (born in Paris in 1933) who adopted a musical-philosophical aesthetic derived from his mentor Olivier Messiaen: mystical, visionary, ecstatic, “Eastern,” cosmic. His 72 Etudes Karnatiques is an expression of ...
  • Download Roundup - The Band: The Last Waltz

    Download Roundup - The Band: The Last Waltz

    The Band: The Last Waltz. (48/24) HDtracks.com Here’s the soundtrack to one of rock’s greatest concert films (along with Stop Making Sense and Woodstock). Its charms are many, including the enduring songs, superior musicianship—especially Robbie ...
  • Hiromi: Move

    Hiromi: Move

    Since emigrating from Japan in 1999, pianist Hiromi Uehara has explored everything from acoustic piano trio to high-powered fusion to intimate solo and duet projects, each highlighting her abundant chops and good taste. Lately she’s ...
  • Flaming Lips: Embryonic

    Flaming Lips: Embryonic

    With 1999’s The Soft Bulletin The Flaming Lips evolved from indie rockers with a cult following into a major band. The equally impressive follow-up Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots again delivered expertly crafted neo-psychedelic pop ...
  • Tin Hat: Foreign Legion

    Tin Hat: Foreign Legion

    A work-in-progress since releasing the first of its five studio albums in 1999, Tin Hat blends tango, Eastern European, country-and-western, and other musical idioms into a readily identifiable ensemble sound. When Rob Burger (accordion, keyboards) ...

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