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Rosey Chan One
Sep 1 2010 1:00AM
Pianist Rosey Chan knows a thing or two about shaking things up in the halls of classical music, with genre-defying, multimedia live shows that captivate the eyes and ears. On her Sting-produced release One, Chan
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Alpha Rev New Morning
Sep 1 2010 1:00AM
Austin’s Alpha Rev hits the sonic ground running with New Morning, their major label debut. Featuring an unabashed blend of artful roots-infused rock, the record brims with soaring choruses and aural attitude, courtesy of
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Scissor Sisters Night Work
Sep 1 2010 1:00AM
This dance-funk spectacle features tons of synths and truly catchy songs. “Fire With Fire” sounds stadium-ready with the biggest hook on the record, while shades of disco, new wave, and techno abound, wrapped in racy lyrics
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Joe Genuardi Last Round
Sep 1 2010 1:00AM
Don’t let the cover pic of Joe holding a guitar fool you; the man is a talented pianist who also plays most of the other instruments on his record. Last Round’s direct influences might be Billy and Elton, but Genuardi
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John Zorn And The Dreamers Ipos
Sep 1 2010 1:00AM
Avant-garde composer Zorn has a storied career spanning a wide variety of genres, with a focus on Jewish themes. His work with the Dreamers includes the fine piano, Rhodes, and organ playing of Jamie Saft, who gives the
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Ryuichi Sakamoto Playing the Piano and Out of Noise
Sep 1 2010 1:00AM
Grace Larkin The innovator hits us with two new albums in one. Playing the Piano is a taste of the composer’s haunting solo piano pieces, including some of his famous film themes and earlier works. Out of Noise does a 180,
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Bear In Heaven Beast Rest Forth Mouth
Sep 1 2010 1:00AM
Grizzly Bear and the Ramones must have shacked up in a hotel room and made sweet love, because Bear in Heaven is without a doubt their new offspring. Perhaps Pink Floyd threw in a few swimmers themselves, accounting for
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Pinetop Perkins And Willie ‘‘Big Eyes Smith Joined at the Hip
Sep 1 2010 1:00AM
The Grammy-winning blues and boogie pianist joins forces with the former Muddy Waters drummer to create an album to keep by your side at all times—a record for all moods. Heavily blues influenced, Joined at the Hip fires
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Ed Alstrom Gettin Organized
Jul 1 2010 1:00AM
Ed Alstrom cooks up a tasty tonewheel storm on his latest release. Alstrom has performed with everyone from Herbie Hancock to Blood Sweat & Tears, and has been the weekend organist at Yankee Stadium since 2004. Trained
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Roberto Fonseca Akokan
Jul 1 2010 1:00AM
Havana-born pianist and composer Roberto Fonseca takes the Latin jazz world by simmering storm on his new album Akokan. The gifted instrumentalist, whose work was previously heard with Buena Vista Social Club and the late
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Jacky Terrasson Push
Jul 1 2010 1:00AM
Jazz piano renegade Jacky Terrasson makes his Concord Records debut with Push, which adventurously and deftly marries straight-ahead jazz to electronics and funk backbeats. With deep-pocketed accompaniment from Ben Williams
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Devo Something For Everybody
Jul 1 2010 1:00AM
The absolute masters of post-punk pop for thinking people are back with a vengeance. Their first studio album in two decades has every drop of the strong cocktail of sardonic wit, irresistible hooks, and idiosyncratic synth
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The Jeff Lorber Fusion Now Is the Time
Jul 1 2010 1:00AM
The first album since 1981 with “Fusion” after Jeff’s name is both a return to the jazz-funk keyboardist’s roots in that genre, and an ensemble effort by the baddest mofos out there: Jimmy Haslip on bass, Randy Brecker on
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Tasto Solo Meyster ob Allen Meystern
Jul 1 2010 1:00AM
The unique mission of this quartet is to perform music written for the keyboards of the Middle Ages, on exact replicas of the Medieval clavisimbalum, organetto, and Gothic organ. Translating as “maestro of all maestros,” the
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William Fielder Love Progression
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
Reissued just months before his death in 2009, this burning 1985 album is proof that renowned educator Fielder was as fierce a force on the concert stage as he was in the classroom. Backed by blazing post-bop pianist
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