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Colette Michaan: Heaven and Earth-Cielo y Tierra

Colette Michaan · Heaven and Earth-Cielo y Tierra

In a world – sadly – dominated by male musicians, the flutist Colette Michaan gets much less respect than she deserves. One wonders, however,...
Eva Cortés Crossing Borders

Eva Cortés: Crossing Borders

Although the release of Crossing Borders by Eva Cortés comes just two years after In Bloom appeared on Truth Revolution Records, it feels like...
3D Rhythm of Life: Fantasy

3D Rhythm of Life Presents: Fantasy

If only there was really a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow then the cover to Fantasy by 3D Rhythm of...
CaboCubaJazz - Corason Africano

CaboCubaJazz Presents: Corason Africano

Despite the fact that the ‘goodies’ are fairly well-distributed among the musicians, one can’t help the feeling that it is the hand – or...
Eddie Palmieri

Eddie Palmieri Releases New Album: Sabiduría

Sabiduría by Eddie Palmieri Known as one of the finest pianists of the past 60 years, Eddie Palmieri is a bandleader, arranger and composer of...
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CaboCubaJazz – Boas Festas

CABOCUBAJAZZ continues with its irresistible blend of lively Cuban rhythms, beautiful melodies from the Cape Verde islands (West Africa) and adventurous jazz. The collaboration...
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Richard Bona Releases New CD: “Heritage”

Richard Bona: Fans call him “The African Sting,” critics call him a pro, but it’s his unique and electrifying style of connecting with his...

Little Johnny Rivero: Music in Me

The utter simplicity of this title - Music in Me - does not even begin to convey the depth and sophistication of the music...

César Orozco & Kamarata Jazz: No Limits for Tumbao

In his short note appended to the album No Limits for Tumbao César Orozco makes a case for the generous helping of Cuban and...

Doug Beavers: Titanes del Trombón

The Battle has begun, the Battle of… Titans! The Grammy Award winner Doug Beavers brings us his exquisite, new album, Titanes del Trombón, a tremendous...

Colette Michaan: Incarnate / Encarna

The third solo album of Colette Michaan, "Incarnate/Encarna"—the second, since her amazing album "Querencia"—is a notable...

Xiomara Laugart: Tears and Rumba

Xiomara Laugart is a major voice in music. She combines raw and elemental power with soulful interpretation of repertoire—traditional and...

Luisito Quintero: 3rd Element

The incidence of percussionists playing music is far greater than musicians who happen to be percussionists. Luisito Quintero falls into the latter category. Luisito Quintero was born in Caracas...

From New York: Spanish Harlem Orchestra

The celebrated ensemble led by pianist and musical director Oscar Hernández has been in the limelight since 2002, when their debut recording, Un Gran...

Latin Grammy 2014: Latin Jazz Album Nominees

Nominations for the 15th Annual Latin Grammy Awards were announced on Wednesday, September 24. For Best Latin Jazz Album (Mejor Álbum de Jazz Latino)...

Theo Croker: Afro-Physicist

Theo Croker is the epitome of the sound of surprise. He comes suddenly from behind and sideways - never from the front - seizing...

Jack DeJohnette – Sound Travels

Review written by: Raul da Gama Jack DeJohnette is not just one of the finest and important drummers playing today, but one of the most...

Michael Simon – New York Encounter (Fresh Sound – 2009)

It is not obvious that Michael Simon is a native of Venezuela, who owes as much to that tradition as he does to the...

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