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Raul Midón Gets Topical With "Dancing Off the Edge" (premiere)

Raul Midón's "Dancing Off the Edge" balances the realities of 2020 with musical uplift and his singular soulfulness.


Arturo O'Farrill and Chucho Valdes: Familia: Tribute to Bebo & Chico

Two generations of family pay tribute to Bebo Valdes and Chico O'Farrill in a thrilling display of sparkling Latin jazz from the classic to the utterly modern.


Charlie Haden and Gonzalo Rubalcaba: Tokyo Adagio

An important reminder of Charlie Haden's great spirit and generosity.


Alfredo Rodríguez: The Invasion Parade

Alfredo Rodríguez keeps jazz flourishing on progressive sophomore LP The Invasion Parade.


Boney James: The Beat

The Beat is pleasant and consistent, successfully contrasting tempo and style across 10 tracks.


The Paul Winter Sextet: Count Me In 1962 & 1963

The musicianship exhibited by the Paul Winter Sextet is superbly conveyed on Count Me In 1962 & 1963.


Quantic and Alice Russell: Look Around the Corner

Sometime collaborators and label mates, Alice Russell and Quantic finally produce a full album. It’s been worth the wait.


'Love Goes to Buildings on Fire' Like Its Title, Is Poetry

The most important five years in popular music -- including the birth and rise of CBGB, the birth of disco and hip-hop, Philip Glass’s emergence as a Serious Composer, and the many shades of salsa -- in one volume.

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