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Together Again review - George Mraz and Emil Viklick

(ACT) When it comes to combining jazz with European folk idioms, the Scandinavians haven't quite got the monopoly. George Mraz and Emil Viklick

Julian Arg

(Camjazz) Everyone familiar with saxophonist Julian Arg

John Harle/Marc Almond: The Tyburn Tree review - A sinister operatic drama

(Sospiro Noir) This gothic song-cycle depicting the sinister 19th-century London of Jack the Ripper and the Tyburn public gallows - with music by saxophonist and Silent Witness TV composer John Harle, and main vocals by former Soft Cell singer and vers

Kris Bowers Heroes + Misfits

Pianist, composer, and arranger Kris Bowers' debut album, 2014's Heroes + Misfits, is an expansive and ambitious work that showcases the Juilliard-trained artist's genre-defying skills.

Billy Hart Quartet / Billy Hart One Is the Other

The Billy Hart Quartet's One Is the Other follows All Our Reasons, its noted debut for ECM, by less than two years.

Herbie Hancock The Complete Columbia Album Collection 1972-1988

Box sets this colossal should come with roadmaps. At 34 discs, the set will surely intimidate the novice listener.

The Complete Columbia Album Collection - Herbie Hancock

Herbie Hancock: The Complete Columbia Album Collection 1972-1988 brings together, for the first time, the master musician's complete Columbia Records and CBS/Sony Japan catalog. Hancock's catalog on Columbia and CBS/Sony Japan is a microcosm of musical de

Harold Lopez-Nussa New Day

Best known for his role in the Latin-jazz supergroup Ninety Miles, Harold López-Nussa has a touch heavily indebted to Brad Mehldau’s, but with a rhythmic dance of his own.

New Day - Harold Lopez-Nussa

With his roots in both Cuba and Europe, this thrilling young pianist displays an impressive maturity, which at merely thirty years of age will no doubt guarantee him a place amongst the greats. His new album, New Day, clearly represents an artistic rejuve

Harold Mabern: Right On Time

It's always cool when you get in on the ground floor of something new and exciting.