Now is the time for list making, at least when Francis Davis once again asks for your ballot for the annual NPR Jazz Critics Poll…
In books, genres are useful, and even good.
Once again, it all comes down to the algorithm.
What don’t I need to listen to? I’ve been shelving things lately, and also getting rid of stuff. Getting rid of stuff can feel hard at first, but it quickly becomes satisfying. Most of the stuff I have is music, most of that (in physical media) is CDs. And I’ve […]
Gershwin died too soon but left us with so much…American music would be impoverished without him.
There’s a fine new recording out on Naxos, the Albany Symphony playing several pieces by Derek Bermel.
“As something of a symbol of his life, he caught the Sun Ra Arkestra then gave a reading before he was felled by a massive stroke.”
John Coltrane’s birthday brings us the gift of previously unheard music from the Impulse vaults.