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May list by Donalee Jacobs
Live - That Hot Pink Blues Album
Live - That Hot Pink Blues AlbumKeb' Mo'

Three-time Grammy award-winning singer Keb' Mo's new album is heavy on the old-fashioned blues style of Robert Johnson while keeping a contemporary sound.

High Art
High ArtThe power quintet

Jeremy Pelt, Peter Washington, Danny Grissett, Peter Washington, and Bill Stewart team up to form a new, post-bop super group. They cook up a swinging brew of mostly original tunes with a decidedly post-hard-bop influence.

Music From Max Fleischer Cartoons
Music From Max Fleischer CartoonsSarah Stiles & Gary Lucas

Guitarist Gary Lucas, a longtime fan of Max Fleischer's cartoon work, collaborates with vocalist Sarah Stiles on selections from Betty Boop among others.

A Cosmic Rhythm With Each Stroke
A Cosmic Rhythm With Each Strokevijay iyer & Wadada Leo smith

Vijay Iyer has previously played extensively with Wadada in Smith's Golden Quartet, but this album, produced by Manfred Eicher, is the first documentation of their duo work. The centerpiece of the album is the spellbinding title suite.

Notes From New York
Notes From New Yorkbill charlap trio

The latest album from Bill Charlap provides an accomplished and generously warm sample of the talent of one of the world's premier jazz pianists. It is filled with nine classic songs, including Too Late Now.

The Painted Bird
The Painted BirdJohn Zorn

Zorn's fourth release in the last year features Kenny Wollesen and his vibraphone. Their collaboration yields an eclectic blend of jazz, metal, classical and world music. Juxtaposing complex atonal lines, driving vamps, heavy metal riffs, improvisational madness, shredding solos and moments of profound lyricism, The Painted Bird is a surreal and expressive new world in sound.

River Silver
River Silvermichel benita & Ethics

Michel Benita's debut album features an international band whose music, correspondingly flows beyond borders. Colors of folk and colors of jazz are blended in his writing, multi-idiomatic in a very natural way.