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Q&A With Cultural Historian Ivor Miller

Q&A with Ivor Miller, Cultural Historian, Author And Senior Lecturer at the Department of History and International Studies at the University of Calabar, Cross...

Jazz En La Encrucijada: Los Pasos de Elegguá

Cada martes durante estas últimas dos semanas he visitado Minton's. Ubicado en la calle 118 y la avenida St. Nicholas, está en el mismo...

Conversation With Dita Sullivan

For the past two Tuesdays, I have been stopping by at Minton’s on 118th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue, in the heart of Harlem...

Minton’s Presents: Jazz At The Crossroads

Jazz At The Crossroads "The Dance Of Eleggua", a festival celebrating Harlem as the point of contact between roots music, the avant-garde, Latin...

Mark Weinstein: Latin Jazz Underground

Mark Weinstein’s Tales from the Earth (Otá Records, 2009) was his finest album until now. This recording, Latin Jazz Underground, also seemingly an oblique...

Danilo Pérez – Panama 500

Danilo Pérez’s recording Panama 500 is remarkable. It is remarkable because it is a herculean task to be able to capture—albeit in snapshots—the history of Panama as it celebrates a landmark 500th anniversary.

NYC Winter Jazz Fest 2014 Report

Michele Rosewoman and New Yor-Uba Live at the Bitter End NYC Winter Jazz Fest 2014 Report - January 11, 2014 Report By NY Co-Editor, Tomas Peña In...

11th Annual Panama Jazz Festival Announces 2014 Lineup

2014 Panama Jazz Festival Honors 500th Anniversary of the Rediscovery of the Pacific Ocean and 100th Anniversary of the Panama Canal - Festival Dates:...

Danilo Pérez “Panama 500” To Be Released in February 2014

In 1513, Spanish explorer Vasco Núñez de Balboa crossed the Isthmus of Panama, becoming the first European to reach the Pacific Ocean and founding...

In Conversation With Francisco Mora-Catlett

“Music is about freedom, that’s what it proposes, that’s why it’s so popular and that’s why people love it. And it’s not freedom that...

Bill O’Connell Latin Jazz All-Stars: Zócalo

There are so many reasons why Bill O’Connell’s record, Zócalo recommends itself. The title is charming. The ensemble on the date is what might...

Michele Rosewoman’s Dream Project Becomes A Reality

30 YEARS – A MUSICAL CELEBRATION OF CUBA IN AMERICA is a milestone in the history of New Yor-Uba and the fruition of one of Michele Rosewoman’s greatest goals. As Michele eloquently writes in the liner-notes...

Pedrito Martínez – Rumba de la Isla

Pedrito Martínez and his Rumba de la Isla, A Tribute to Maestro Camarón Rumba de la Isla is the new album that Pedrito Martínez, the...

Francisco Mora Catlett and Afro Horn, the 3rd Incarnation

“There are only three Afro-Horns in the world. They were forged from a rare metal found only in Africa and South America. No one...

Michele Rosewoman and New Yor-Uba Kickstarter

Join New Yor-Uba's 30-year anniversary celebration as we mark this milestone with a studio recording and debut CD release. New Yor-Uba, A Musical Celebration of...

David Virelles And The Continuum Project Live At The Village Vanguard

From the lips of Henry Threadgill to the ears of David Virelles, the Continuum project is the expression of everything that has made David Virelles the pianist, composer and wunderkind he is today.

David Virelles – Continuum

There is a living image of a man in chains that sticks in the mind, looking back at the land and home he left; fear in his heart as he crosses oceans in a swart ship, never to return. To comfort himself, he sings and beats the oars...

Afro Horn MX – Afro Horn Mix

"Afro Horn MX came to my attention by way of a series of video clips titled, The Afro Horn – Very Serious Stuff. The...

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 relentless, driving percussion to stir the senses....

Hot House – Cuban Tribute to Charlie Parker (Independent 2008)

There are really only two truly innovative and unforgettable records made to honor Charlie Parker. One is the remarkably inventive Tribute to Monk and Bird (Tomato Records, 1978) with music by the legendary artists arranged and directed by the German composer Heiner Stadler, which featured Thad Jones, Stanley Cowell, George Lewis, George Adams, Warren Smith [...]

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