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The Cookers' book
When does a one-off gimmick turn into a "real" band? On the face of it, the Cookers, who come to Scullers next Thursday, June 16, could easily have become a gimmick that outlived its usefulness — a handful of wily veterans egged on by a couple of younger
A "supergroup" maintains the standard
| June 10, 2011
By the time guitarist Garrison Fewell made his first record as a leader, in the early '90s, he was nearly 40 years old, and the sound he displayed on his debut, A Blue Deeper Than Blue , was ripe.
Garrison's Fewell's journey out
| February 03, 2009
Year in Jazz: Playing for keeps
| December 22, 2008
The doctor is in
That Stanley Sagov plays jazz at all is impressive. That he plays it at such a high level is stunning.
Stanley Sagov’s jazz remedies, plus Saxophone Summit
| October 08, 2008
Despite the name, this has never been a mere supergroup blowing session.
Seraphic Light | Telarc
| May 27, 2008
Holy spirit of the saxophone
John Coltrane died 40 years ago this past July at the age of 40 of liver cancer.
The John Coltrane Memorial Concert and Ben Ratliff’s Coltrane: The Story of a Sound
| September 12, 2007
“I’ve got $30 — which three CDs do you recommend?” The fan was at the corner of the stage at Johnny D’s talking to guitarist Dave Fiuczynski, who was on his knees hawking about half a dozen of his discs with different bands at 10 bucks a pop.
Dave Fiuczynski, John Tchicai, Chris Potter, and John Stetch live
| February 15, 2007
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