Monthly Archives: November 2010

Jonathan Clark: I’m Just Sayin’

Jonathan Clark has toured with a who’s who of pop, rock and country artists. On "I’m Just Sayin’," he comes into his own as a singer-songwriter with a CD of personal, passionate, guitar-inflected songs that showcase his compelling voice and … Continue reading

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Julia Fordham and Paul Reiser: Unusual Suspects

Noted vocalist Julia Fordham met actor Paul Reiser in 1994, but it wasn’t until running into each other at a film debut that Reiser, a classically trained pianist and composer, suggested writing together. The result is their recording, "Unusual Suspects," … Continue reading

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Mikky Ekko: Reds, Blues (two EPs)

Mikky Ekko’s latest release, "Blues," is another EP (following "Reds") that explores the edge of human consciousness and emotion in a setting that is equal parts electronic music, performance art and psychological theatre. Mikky Ekko sees himself as a musical … Continue reading

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Dylan LeBlanc: Pauper’s Field

Dylan LeBlanc is a most unusual and talented young songwriter. His debut recording, "Pauper’s Field," is filled with quiet and observant folk-rock songs populated by characters who rise above life’s turmoil or just commit themselves to a course. LeBlanc has … Continue reading

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Daron Hagen: Complete Piano Trios

Daron Hagen is a remarkable composer whose writing has evolved in surprising ways. "Complete Piano Trios" contains two early works from a quarter century ago, for which he was acclaimed as a meticulous craftsman, and two recent works, where his … Continue reading

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