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JazzTimes (5/96, p.139) - "...what wonders it [the bass] displays when held in the right hands....Playing arco and pizzicato, Swartz brings out the treasures of his instrument. Klein's light sensitive touch complements neatly."16.03132

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JazzTimes (9/99, p.97) - "...[serving] up tasty, cozy and melodious duos and trios....[gives] Knific ample opportunity to display his considerable arco and pizzicato dexterity, tone and range of styles..."16.03132

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JazzTimes (9/97, p.100) - "...Mulholland moves...through several stylistic mile-markers, always with originality but never with disregard for the basic tenets of listenable music-making..."16.03132

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JazzTimes (8/03, p.139) - "...Bayer's bass playing is solid....Bayer and company have established a firm foothold on a certain tradition, and it works..."16.03132

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JazzTimes (2/97, p.111) - "Leonard Hochman, where have you been?....a thoughtful, often inspired soloist, leading an extraordinary ensemble through a set of well-made tunes--the better to support well-made solos from the quintet at hand....We may all hope there's more where this came from."16.03132

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JazzTimes (p.132) - "This is damn fine music....[An] infectious stew of modern Latin jazz. And while this is a heck of a cohesive unit, the individuality of the musicians comes through clear..."16.03132

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Down Beat (p.83) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "NYNDK performs its material with a forward-thinking edge....The group's humor, energy and exuberance pervades every track"JazzTimes (p.133) - "[P]ianist Soren Moller provides striding postbop grooves with warmly lyrical cores, while saxophonist Ole Mathisen methodically takes things into edgier territory."16.03132

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JazzTimes (p.116) - "Mark Weinstein draws precise melodic lines and tight ornamental spirals across this jaunty, standards-laced set of straight-ahead Latin jazz."16.03132

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JazzTimes (p.108) - "His angle on every song here is unexpected and revealing....Frank also writes imaginative songs. 'Snow Falls On 5th Ave.' is vividly visual."16.03132

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Global Rhythm (Publication) (p.47) - "This disc's title track -- the first of five long pieces -- swings like mad from the get-go, confirming the initial impression that this is funky jazz of a high order, made even higher when Kireyev himself chimes in with the guttural sounds of Mongolian throat singing."16.03132

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JazzTimes (p.97) - "[O]n STRAIGHT NO CHASER, Weinstein is playing strictly jazz, and blowing with remarkable fluency and authority."16.03132

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JazzTimes (p.73) - "Tranchina can swing with the vivacity of Anita O'DAy and echo the fragility of Astrud Gilberto on ballads, but there is nothing derivative in her kaleidoscopic flourishes, embracing chants, rap, spoken passages, scat and vocalese."16.03132

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JazzTimes (p.65) - "Washburne's trombone blends sublimely with Ole Mathisen's soprano sax and John Walsh's warm flugelhorn on the gorgeous 'Fields of Moons.'"16.03132

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Down Beat (p.65) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "The five-piece reed section is particularly tight, and trumpeter Paul Stodolka is a standout with his solos."16.03132

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Down Beat (p.65) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[F]illed with crisp, expressive solos....Drummer Eric McPherson drives the ensemble with both power and grace."16.03132

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Billboard (p.33) - "On five new tracks, the Hoodios' grooving siren call of the collectively maligned explores the Latin-Jewish historic connection beyond the dancefloor adn offers more of their blessedly silly rhymes."16.03132

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JazzTimes (p.77) - "[A] series of intimate duets....Pieces like the buoyantly conversational 'Hiding Out' and 'Do Boo Bop' demonstrate how Washburne deftly shifts roles from melodist to contrapuntal foil to accompanist."16.03132

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Down Beat (p.65) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "'Manhattan By Moonlight,' an original, is a lovely miniature, played rubato, opening over a delicate tonic note with a figure that suggests a distant carillon chiming the hour."16.03132

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