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NPR reviews “Standards Trio: Reflections”

NPR reviews "Standards Trio: Reflections"

UPDATE: NPR today made Kurt Rosenwinkel’s rendition of Thelonious Monk’s “Reflections” the “Song of the day” ¬†– and gave the song an additional review. You can read the story and listen to the song by clicking here. NPR’s (National Public Radio) Tom Moon reviewed Kurt Rosenwinkel Standards Trio: Reflections in todays “All Things Considered”. He […]

All About Kurt on All About Jazz

All About Kurt on All About Jazz

The greatly informative jazz website called AllAboutJazz has unleashed what is almost an embarrassment of riches when it comes to us Kurt Rosenwinkel fans. First here’s an interview conducted by Franz A. Matzner, and then managing editor John Kelman weighs in with his great review of “Kurt Rosenwinkel Standards Trio: Reflections”. Mark Corroto had of […]

A couple more reflections on “Reflections”

A couple more reflections on "Reflections"

We have a couple more reviews in on “Kurt Rosenwinkel Standards Trio: Reflections” – the first one is by Mark Corroto on AllAboutJazz. Click here to read that review. Peter Hum reviewed the album in the Ottawa Citizen. But Peter also made a much more in-depth review of the album on his blog, and you […]

“Kurt Rosenwinkel Standards Trio: Reflections” is here!

"Kurt Rosenwinkel Standards Trio: Reflections" is here!

We are – finally – able to offer “Kurt Rosenwinkel Standards Trio: Reflections” to all you fans through our own web store. You can find it by clicking “shop” in the menu items on top of this page. Please click on the headline of this news story for more details about the specific ways (downloads or CD’s) that you can …

New York Times reviews “Standards Trio: Reflections”

New York Times reviews "Standards Trio: Reflections"

In todays New York Times playlist by Nate Chinen, there’s a review of Kurt Rosenwinkel’s upcoming album entitled “Standards Trio: Reflections”. You can read the review by¬†clicking here. Please scroll below the review of “On Fillmore” as the review of Kurt’s album is the 2nd of 5 reviews in this article.