Psychedelic percussionist and transgenre, globally informed music enthusiast Ed Wilcox has lived in Florida, Philadelphia, Mississippi, Texas, Scotland, Norway, Iran, Baltimore, and the intergalactic cosmos of the mind. He has kept time for ensembles rooted in comfortably familiar North American id ... More >>
Photo by Kimberly Greer via facebook.com/bryanferryBryan Ferry is handsomer than thou.When 65-year-old glam god and gentleman pop star Bryan Ferry packs his bags, he doesn't just bring sheet music. Really, go steal a quick glance at the Facebook photos from the first few weeks of his Olympia wo ... More >>
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Omar Faruk Tekbilek finds the divine in the downbeat
Hiphoprisy hero Charlie Hunter ditches his old sound for all that jazz
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How Tito Puente transformed the timbales and his fans
The Complete Columbia Recordings (Sony)
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Sonny Rollins is fiery as ever
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Eric Dolphy, Kaouding Cissoko
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Saxman Eric Allison and band titan up in tribute to the Big Three
Juanita Dixon sings like the mailman delivers
Banjo man extraordinaire Bela Fleck refusesto tone it down
George Bush knows how to make war. Bill Clinton can play the sax. But it's Elvis Presley who's really in charge here.
You can't keep a Goodman down, not even with allegations of tyranny and racism.
The sweet sounds of the whole world return to the Cameo