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Etienne Charles - Carnival - The Soul of a People

Etienne Charles: Carnival – The Sound of a People Vol. 1

Etienne Charles has added an important opus to the literature of contemporary music with the release of Carnival – The Sound of a People...
Eddie Palmieri - Mi Luz Mayor

Eddie Palmieri: Mi Luz Mayor

The spiritual nature of Mi Luz Mayor, with its metaphor of "The Light" is a magnificent big band recording by Eddie Palmieri and may...
Alex Conde - Origins

Alex Conde: Origins

When Alex Conde turns up the power at any given time, he’s like an orchestra all by himself. Now magnify that several times on...
Alex Conde

New Release by Alex Conde: Origins

ORIGINS by Alex Conde ORIGINS is a fusion album from the roots and elements of flamenco (bulerías, soleáres), afro-cuban (guaguancó and rumba) and american jazz...
Eddie Palmieri Latin Jazz Septet

Eddie Palmieri Celebrates 80th Birthday in Toronto

As part of his 80th Birthday Celebration Tour, Piano Master Eddie Palmieri came to Toronto with his Latin Jazz Septet. It was actually a...
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...

Eddie Palmieri – Cuerdas y Tumbao

Eddie Palmieri’s influence on the world of modern music is often celebrated, but just as often underestimated. As he completes his 80th year with...
Ralph Peterson, Zaccai Curtis, Luques Curtis - Triangular III

Ralph Peterson, Zaccai Curtis, Luques Curtis: Triangular III

When the Curtis Brothers take a break from business to make music together something magical always happens. On Triangular III they complete a trio...
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...
Curtis Brothers Quartet: Syzygy

Curtis Brothers Quartet: Syzygy

Don’t let the trinkly, yet resonant sound of the Fender Rhodes, announcing the advent of Mongo Santamaria’s “Afro-Blue”, to kick off the Curtis Brothers...

Brian Lynch Presents Madera Latino – Tribute To Woody Shaw

Editor's Pick · Album of the Month · A Latin Jazz Perspective On The Music Of Woody Shaw Woody Shaw was an artist endowed with two...

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...

Brian Lynch Presents: Madera Latino

Four years in the making, Grammy© Award winning trumpeter Brian Lynch’s Madera Latino (Latin Wood) project, exploring the music of jazz innovator and master...

Zane Rodulfo: Pathways

It is somewhat difficult to form a definitive opinion about an artist with an EP. There is also simply not enough there for the...

Truth Revolution Records Presents Ralph Peterson “TriAngular III”

Drummer Ralph Peterson Makes Triumphant Return to Trio Format with TriAngular III, Featuring Zaccai and Luques Curtis Album Serves as Testament to the Healing Power of Music Available...

Mitch Frohman: From Daddy With Love

To be correct from the start, this recording by Mitch Frohman and his Latin Jazz Quartet, From Daddy With Love was released almost three...

Andy González Releases “Entre Colegas”

Andy González is one of the most respected and well-known bassists in Jazz & Latin music today. Born in New York City in 1951...
Andy González

Truth Revolution Presents Andy González “Entre Colegas”

Truth Revolution Records Presents Bassist, Composer, Arranger, Andy González - "Entre Colegas/Among Colleagues" - His First Album As A Leader "Entre Colegas, a flatteringly beautiful...

Andy González: Entre Colegas

The González brothers are a Puerto Rican dynasty, much like the Jones brothers of Pontiac, Michigan. While trumpeter and conguero Jerry González might have...

In Conversation with Andy González

Andy González On "Entre Colegas/Among Colleagues Interview Conducted by Truth Revolution Recording Collective TRR: Who did you choose for Entre Colegas and why? Andy González: I...