There’s an Elliott Smith-ian sensibility to the duo’s original song, played here live at the Bowery Ballroom just before Mehldau and Thile went into the studio.
Tacoma’s top jazz man, Kareem Kandi, returned to the knkx studios this fall armed with the enviable rhythm section of Delvon Lamarr on Hammond organ and D’Vonne Lewis and some new music from his new album, “Hourglass.” One of the busiest musicians in the area, Kareem talked about helping to organize the Tacoma Jazz Association, […]
Bob Dylan’s song is a blunt object, liturgical in its cadence and damning in its censure. The saxophonist and singer tackle it with grace and a small but useful tension.
One of the most respected jazz guitarists working today, the Austrian musician has spent his career straddling borders, be they sonic or geographic.