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Don Bryant | Don’t Give Up on Love


 
Don Bryant | Don’t Give Up on Love
(Fat Possum)
by Brent Faulkner
 
Sometimes, truly great musicians are unsung heroes. Often, the frontman or the full-time solo artist tends to get all of the love and all of the praise. Still, there are extremely talented songwriters, producers, and background vocalists who help to craft some of the greatest records and album.

Norman Brown | Let It Go


 
Norman Brown | Let It Go
Shanachie Entertainment
by Peggy Oliver
 
The musical dexterity of Wes Montgomery has inspired many contemporary jazz guitarists through the years despite his early days as a hard bop musician. One of many musicians who gravitated to this icon was Norman Brown, a huge turning point in studying and performing jazz, despite his earlier influences and interest in Jimi Hendrix and the Isleys.

The Baylor Project | The Journey


 
The Baylor Project
The Journey
(Be a Light)
A Record Reflection by A. Scott Galloway
 
Married musicians vocalist Jean Baylor and drummer Marcus Baylor have created a captivating “project” that meets at the 3-way intersection of Jazz, Gospel and Legacy. Brimming with aural snapshots of their individual roots and the sacred space where they come together, it is a very unique album that soothes the soul and takes some standards into sumptuous realms of mistiness.

Selina Albright | Conversations


 
Selina Albright | Conversations
by Peggy Oliver
 
The term born to sing may be an overused term in some instances. Yet when describing Selina Albright‘s vocal gifts, her career was already etched in stone as a two year old who actually sang on key. Never mind that this undeniable talent father is the highly respected jazzman Gerald Albright.

Phil Perry | Breathless


 
Phil Perry | Breathless
Shanachie Records
by Peggy Oliver
 
What entails the success and stability of musicians are those who simply stick to what they artistically know best no matter what the record buying public may dictate. In other words, those who stay true to their truthful calling can carry their career many places that eventually lead to staying power in the industry along with a loyal fan base and consistent radio following.

Soul Basement featuring Jay Nemor | What We Leave Behind


 
Soul Basement featuring Jay Nemor | What We Leave Behind
by Peggy Oliver
 
The embodiment of music, when a vocalist or musician so emphatically chooses, can express how we can observe the world around us and what we take from those experiences in life. The latest work from Soul Basement entitled, What We Leave Behind, crafts a journal that reflects personal retrospectives that speaks to several issues.

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