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Cirque Du Soleil
“Someone”
Delirium
(Cirque Du Soleil)
[listen] [buy] [download]

Patricia Barber
“Whiteworld/Oedipus”
Mythologies
(Blue Note)
[listen] [buy]

Cirque Du Soleil
“Someone”
Delirium
(Cirque Du Soleil)
[listen] [buy] [download]

Jim Pearce
“Why I Haven't Got You”
Prairie Dog Ballet
(Oak Avenue Publishing)
[listen] [buy]

Andy Timmons Band
“Gone (9/11/01)”
Resolution
(Favored Nations)
[listen] [buy]

Ralph Towner
“If”
Time Line
(ECM Records)
[listen] [buy]

Anoushka Shankar
"Beloved"
Rise
(Angel)
[listen]

Amos Lee
"Arms Of A Woman"
Amos Lee
(Blue Note)
[listen]

Julius Curcio
"American Pie"
Alligator Shoes
(Electric Roots)
[listen] [buy]

Lemon
"Come Alive"
Changing Into Me
[listen] [buy]

Magazine Spotlight

Eclectic, hand-picked music CDs, DVDs, Books, Musical Instruments, Recording Gear, Accessories, Audio Equipment, New Music Releases, and more. Rock, Jazz & Blues, Acoustic, Singer-Songwriter, World, Folk & Roots, Electronica. This is ONE WAY Magazine. Everything for the Music Enthusiast.

ECM

Dino Saluzzi & Anja Lechner: Coming to America
By Dean Truitt
ojos negros

Famed Aregentinian bandoneonista, Dino Saluzzi, The 71-year-old South American cultural icon continues his prestigious work with ECM Records by releasing Ojos Negros, with German cellist, Anja Lechner. Saluzzi and Lechner’s work conjures ethereal beauty and wonderful melodic interplay. Ojos Negros comes out April 3 and will soon follow with American tour dates.

Story appears in issue # 25   Buy Issue


Blue Note/EMI

Robert Glasper: In My Element
By Jason Sklar
In My Element

What’s the link between Radiohead’s “Everything In Its Right Place” and Herbie Hancock’s “Maiden Voyage?” Better put, the question should ask, “Not what, but who?” The answer: boundary-pushing, hip-hop infused jazz pianist Robert Glasper.

Story appears in issue # 25   Buy Issue


Narada

Tony Levin: Resonator
By Paul Adams
Resonator

Tony Levin. To most musicians, enough said. The guy’s been everywhere and played with everybody who has made a dent in the world of music for the last 30 years: Peter Gabriel, John Lennon, King Crimson, Herbie Mann, etc. A musician’s musician.

Story appears in issue # 24   Buy Issue


Heads Up

Mike Stern: Letting The Cats Out
By Dean Truitt
Who Let The Cats Out?

Mike Stern must not be very superstitious because his 13th studio release as a leader, Who Let the Cats Out, shows a black cat glowering in the foreground of its cover.

Story appears in issue # 24   Buy Issue


ECM

Stefano Bollani: Piano Solo
By Jason Sklar
Piano Solo

“Recording something is always like taking a picture,” says pianist Stefano Bollani. When discussing plans for Piano Solo with ECM producer Manfred Eicher, the two plotted an album influenced by classical Russian composer Sergey Prokofiev.

Story appears in issue # 24   Buy Issue


Mick Fleetwood: Aging Like Fine Wine
By Dean Truitt


In an industry in which one has to sacrifice everything to attain success, the man born Michael John Kells Fleetwood has become quite the Renais- -sance man in his 64 years.

Story appears in issue # 24   Buy Issue


Leon Gruenbaum:
By Dean Truitt


Keyboardist and multi-instrumentalist Leon Gruenbaum has been keeping busy over the past few years. Gruenbaum performs and records with Vernon Reid & Masque, as well as James Blood Ulmer.

Story appears in issue # 24   Buy Issue


New Door

Paul Stanley: Living To Win
By Dean Truitt
Live to Win

Few recording artists would be able to eke out a living waiting 28 years between releases of his first and second solo albums.  

Story appears in issue # 23   Buy Issue


Blue Note

Stefon Harris: Tarantella: Dances with Duke
By Jason Sklar
African Tarantella

The vibraphone has always held a unique sense of cool in jazz as demonstrated by greats Lionel Hampton, Gary Burton, and Milt Jackson. Mastery is only attainable for those who can marry percussionist and pianist theory. Today, Stefon Harris is one of the few with the dexterity and drive to take vibraphone jazz forward. On African Tarantella: Dances with Duke, Harris assembles five of the finest Ellington suite recordings along with three of his own, showcasing cunning historical composition through modern interpretations.

Story appears in issue # 23   Buy Issue


Candid

Dimitri Vassilakis: Parallel Lines
By Jason Sklar
Parallel Lines

Athens, Greece - origin of democracy, birthplace of the Olympics, and the inspirational setting for tenor saxophonist, drummer, and musical explorer Dimitri Vassilakis.

Story appears in issue # 22   Buy Issue


Gotee

Sarah Kelly: Looking Toward The Future
By Dean Truitt
Where The Past Meets Today

When Sarah Kelly began the process of writing her latest album, Where the Past Meets Today, anyone would have believed she lived a charmed life. Her debut, Take Me Away, had received a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Gospel Performance and she was traveling the world singing to adoring fans whom she gave hope, support, and unwavering love.

Story appears in issue # 22   Buy Issue


Narada

Charlie Musselwhite: Living The Blues
By Lynne Bronstein
Delta Hardware

Blues aficionados regard Charlie Musselwhite as a master among blues harmonica players since his debut in the late ‘60s with Stand Back: Here Comes Charlie Musselwhite’s Southside Band. That mastery provides the enjoyment on Musselwhite’s latest album, Delta Hardware (Real World).

Story appears in issue # 21   Buy Issue


Blue Note

Cassandra Wilson: Rises Again With Thunderbird
By Dean Truitt
Thunderbird

Throughout her 20-year career, Mississippi native Cassandra Wilson has carved out an unusual niche for her artistry by maintaining a clear vision of herself and venturing out to different genres.

Story appears in issue # 21   Buy Issue


Andy Timmons: Andy Timmons’ Monster Tone
By Dean Truitt


We chatted with Andy Timmons at ONE WAY’s office in Los Angeles.

Story appears in issue # 21   Buy Issue


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