REVIEW: Musical Memoirs Reviews Andy Milne’s “The Seasons of Being”

April 15, 2019Press Reel, Reviews

Dee Dee McNeil, Musical Memoirs ANDY MILNE & DAPP THEORY – “THE SEASONS OF BEING”Sunnyside Records Andy Milne, piano/composer;/poet; Aaron Kruziki, soprano saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet/douduk; John Moon, spoken word vocals; Christopher Tordini, acoustic & electric bass; Kenny Grohowski, drums; FEATURED GUESTS: Ben Monder, guitar; Ralph Alessi, trumpet; La Tanya Hall, vocals/spoken word; Michael Attias, alto & … Read More

REVIEW: Gene Ess’ Apotheosis Reviewed by The Jazz Owl

April 15, 2019Press Reel, Reviews

By: Travis Rogers, Jr.  The Jazz Owl With Gene Ess’ album Absurdist Theater, I said that “Gene Ess is a philosopher.” He is indeed that but he is an anthropological philosopher. In Eternal Monomyth, he took Joseph Campbell and C. G. Jung and explored the quest of the hero.    In Absurdist Theater, he delved … Read More

REVIEW: Kenner’s “8Ball City” Reviewed by All About Jazz

April 14, 2019Press Reel, Reviews

by Patrick Burnette, All About Jazz 4 Stars Although the promotional material indicates that keyboardist/producer/composer Eitan Kenner was experiencing personal turmoil during the creation of 8Ball City, the music is upbeat, almost giddy. Helium powered synths spin out surging melodies against compound rhythms and chord progressions climb ever heavenward. Call it “happy prog,” complex, cheerful music … Read More