Stanley Clarke

May 3, 2007

An inspired and innovative player, Stanley Clarke sits alongside a select few as one of the most influential bassists in contemporary music. From his early gigs with the likes of Pharoah Sanders, Art Blakey, Gil Evans, and Dexter Gordon to his groundbreaking work with Chick Corea in Return to Forever, to his more recent solo […]

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Satoko Fujii

March 8, 2007

Since emerging on the scene in the mid-’90s, pianist Satoko Fujii has quickly established herself as one of the most compelling and exciting voices in avant-garde jazz.Influenced by classical, Japanese folk music, rock, and beyond (as well as jazz), Fujii’s recorded output reflects the wildly diverse scope of her talents and interests: solo piano pieces, […]

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Delfeayo Marsalis

January 24, 2007

Few families can lay claim to a musical legacy as mythic in sweep as that of the Marsalis clan. Trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis more than lives up to the high standards set by his older and (for now, at least#133;) more widely known siblings. Marsalis has leant his superb J.J. Johnson-flavored stylings to projects with the […]

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Jonas Hellborg

November 1, 2006

Having showcased his extraordinary talents on projects with the likes of John McLaughlin, Shawn Lane, Ginger Baker, and V. Selvaganesh, Jonas Hellborg has long been held in high regard as one of contemporary music’s preeminent progressive jazz and World fusion bassists.Jonas recently shared with JAZZed what artists and tracks are getting the most repeat listens […]

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