REVIEW: Gonzalo Rubalcaba’s ‘Skyline’ – Jazz Weekly

October 18, 2021Press Reel, Reviews

by George W. Harris, Jazz Weekly “There are times when you don’t even have to listen to an album, but you know that you’re going to get it just because of who’s on it. Bassist Ron Carter, drummer Jack DeJohnette, pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba…any more questions?” Read the full review here.  

REVIEW: Dave Liebman’s ‘Selflessness’ – All About Jazz

October 17, 2021Press Reel, Reviews

by Troy Dostert, All About Jazz “Finding one’s inspiration in an iconic figure like John Coltrane presents a huge challenge for any musician. The sheer scope of the master’s vision and the uniqueness of his instrumental voice can become overwhelming—particularly if the ultimate aim is to forge one’s own path. But over a long and highly accomplished … Read More

REVIEW: Charnett Moffett “New Love” – Jazz Views

October 3, 2021Press Reel, Reviews

By George Cole, Jazz Views Most eight-year old boys are busy playing with their friends, but when Charnett Moffett was that age, he was playing bass, and touring and recording with his father, the free jazz drummer Charles Moffett. Moffett senior played drums with Ornette Coleman, and the name Charnett is a portmanteau of Charles … Read More

REVIEW: Gonzalo Rubalcaba “Skyline” – The Rehearsal Studio

October 3, 2021Press Reel, Reviews

By Stephen Smoliar, The Rehearsal Studio The latest album from 5Passion Records featuring jazz pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba had been scheduled for release about half a month ago. Unfortunately, the initial release source was through an Apple site that only supported streaming. Only recently did the new album, entitled Skyline, find its way to; and, … Read More