Tag Archives: jazz

MATT SMITH – Parlor

November 19, 2020

6 String Ranch 2020 Carpe diem on unplugged terms: Texan six-stringer gives a new lease of life to a tuneful heirloom. Here’s the sort of record one would expect from Matt Smith after looking up the Austin artist’s profile, wherein … Continue reading

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MATT SMITH’S WORLD – Live At The Saxon Pub

November 13, 2020

6 String Ranch 2011 / 2020 New York to Texas and all points in between: American musician struts his heady stuff before the public. There are many strings to this artist’s talents – the Austin-based polymath is a clinician, producer, … Continue reading

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OUTER LIMITS DUO – Carnival Of Souls

August 15, 2020

FunTime 2020 Flying off the handle and back again, a pair of intrepid jazzists take a futuristic trip to the past. As two acoustic performers who found themselves entertaining audiences when various electric bands fell victims of circumstances on-stage, it’s … Continue reading

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PABLO EMBON – Harmony Tales

July 16, 2020

PEM 2020 Israeli multi-instrumentalist makes a nuanced, yet oftentimes too sweet, statement – restricted to jazz yet given many a flavor. After three and a half decades of ploughing a fusion furrow, any artist must be known to a wide … Continue reading

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MRS. FUN – Truth

June 24, 2020

FunTime 2018 Multifaceted American funsters stream playful seriousness via series of nuanced nu-jazz numbers. Having performed for more than three decades, this Milwaukeean duo may criminally fall under many a listener’s radar, but Kim Zick and Connie Grauer have made … Continue reading

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