Great engineer - he was involved in Heartcore, Deep Song, The Remedy & Reflections.
Riccardo is the great artist who created the cover for "Standards Trio: Reflections" as well as for "Heartcore". That's the kind of stuff he does with his left fingernail - check his website for the full experience!.
am always skeptical about "high-end" instrument cables. but when i tried these cables i was impressed with the better sound - more full, and enabled a better response from the instrument. i would definitely recommend them, check them out!.
These pedals are the best. the audio path is totally transparent, doesnt change the sound. the build quality is like a tank. and the flexibility is just what the doctor ordered for taking things in and out of the signal chain.
Angelika Beener writes beautifully and with depth about jazz and the culture of jazz.
We believe David Prentice is one of the most exciting new jazz critics to emerge in recent years - check out his blog called "On The Listen"!
Pianist Ethan Iverson's (from The Bad Plus) great blog! Ethan also wrote the liner notes to "Standards Trio: Reflections".
Musician and critic Peter Hum adds his always interesting insights to the current jazz world. He writes from Ottawa, Canada.
Pianist Aaron Goldberg is a former member of Kurt Rosenwinkel Group, and is featured on "The Remedy - Live At The Village Vanguard".
Aaron Parks has been the pianist with Kurt Rosenwinkel Band in the last couple of years, and is an amazing composer as well. Definitely check out his album "Invisible Cinema" on Blue Note Records.
The website of bass-great Avishai Cohen, who is a very popular band leader in his own right, and who recorded with Kurt on Kurt's first album as a leader entitled "East Coast Love Affair".
Brad is undoubtedly the most influential pianist in jazz since the "big 4" (Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner, Keith Jarrett & Chick Corea), and is probably the most influential of all of them right now. He also played on Kurt’s 4th album for Verve entitled "Deep Song".
Ted Poor has toured with Kurt Rosenwinkel Band since April 2009, and we hope he'll continue to do so as he is amazing!.
Drummer Eric Harland really needs no introduction; he's the first call for so many jazz heavyweights, and he is featured on 2 Kurt Rosenwinkel albums: "The Remedy - Live At The Village Vanguard" as well as "Standards Trio: Reflections".
Joshua Redman needs no introduction - and he is all over Kurt's album "Deep Song".
Singer/songwriter Rebecca Martin is a long-time collaborator of Kurt's, and he produced and played on her album entitled "The Growing Season". Kurt also played on her album entitled "Middlehope" and was part of "Once Blue", which Rebecca Martin led alongside Jesse Harris back in the 90ties.
Great photographer who took the recent PR-photos of Kurt.