This album does an excellent job of recapturing some of the glory of the original Miles Davis recordings.
A baker’s dozen of recordings worth hearing . . . maybe even owning.
Singer Fred Farell brings an introspective sensibility to this album and has gathered a group of songs that are appropriate for his introverted and quietly aspirational lyrics.
Of course, neither saxophonist sounds precisely like Coltrane: there would be no point in trying.
Dave Liebman’s band, like its adventurous leader, is more than willing to take a deep dive.
In less than an hour, there had been enough substance to send the first set crowd into the Cambridge night shaking their heads in amazement, spirits lifted, all else forgotten for a brief still time. Another houseful of listeners waited on the sidewalk for the second set. By Steve Elman The best way to hear […]