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Tim Jensen - A Mind For The Scenery
by Marty Hughley, The Oregonian

Not horning in on fame

The best-known musicians on the Portland jazz scene tend to be those who've achieved a good measure of national notice (Tom Grant), kept their names out front as bandleaders (Thara Memory) or served for decades ... read more

David Friesen Circle 3 Trio - Where the Light Falls
by Scott Yanow, Downbeat

David Friesen is a superb bassist with a large attractive sound, superior technique and the ability to uplift any session he is on, whether as a leader or a sideman. On Where The Light Falls, the 2012 Jazz Society of Oregon Hall of Famer is ... read more

Cuong Vu - Leaps of Faith
by Matthew Miller, New York City Jazz Record

For all of his sonic manipulations, kinetic energy and creative focus, trumpeter Cuong Vu never strays far from a strong melody. It is a unifying element in a professional career that has spanned nearly 20 years with his own idiosyncratic groups and ... read more

Piet Verbist - Zygomatik
by Guy Peters, Goddeau (Belgium)

Jazzbassisten, daarvan beweert men wel eens dat het droogstoppels zijn die niet liever doen dan spelen in dienst van? en verder vooral met rust gelaten willen worden. Een beeld dat blijft leven en niet snel ontkracht zal worden (laten we Mingus? ... read more

Greta Matassa | Clipper Anderson - And to All a Good Night
by Doug Ramsey, Rifftides

To ears accustomed to hearing the same holiday songs again and again, Matassa's and Anderson's repertoire is fresh. The composer and lyricist credits include familiar names?Johnny Mandel, Marilyn and Alan Bergman, Victor Young, Burt Bacharach, Henry ... read more


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