Tag: Frank Fontaine

Ray Martinez and the Forgotten Legacy of Jazz

Sometime in the very near future, several of the jazz world's best known writers and musicologists will...

Chembo Corniel Quintet: Land Of The Descendants

Editor's Pick · Album of the Month · It would be downright foolish to assume that just because...

Chembo Corniel: Afro Blue Monk

To pay tribute to Mongo Santamaría and Thelonious Monk, two legendary musicians of this or any era...

Chembo Corniel: Things I Wanted To Do

There is nothing like a swinging, stomping Latin-Jazz record laden with sensuous clave and robust horns and...

Bobby Matos – Unity (LifeForce Jazz Records 2008)

Whatever music Bobby Matos chooses to inhabit is sure to be brimful – even overflowing – with energy. On this record, Unity, Matos attempts to take his bandmates on a profound, if rhythmic journey. He is attempting to almost metaphysically mirror here the rhythm of the earth in a state of constant unifying – swinging, heart-beating, bebopping – rhythmic revolution [...]

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