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  • Allen Toussaint

    (83,292 listeners)

    soul, new orleans, funk, rhythm and blues

    Allen Toussaint (born January 14, 1938) is an American musician, songwriter and record producer and one of the most influential figures in New Orleans R&B who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.

  • Bar Kokhba

    (3,131 listeners)

    jazz, klezmer, avant-garde, tzadik

    Bar Kokhba is the Bar Kokhba Sextet playing the Masada Book Two. So far, they've only released one album under this moniker - Lucifer: Book of Angels Volume 10.

  • Bert Joris

    (5,577 listeners)

    jazz, nu jazz, belgian, trumpet

    Bert Joris started studying music at an early age. At first, he played piano and violin, but eventually, at the age of fourteen, he settled on the trumpet.

  • Brussels Jazz Orchestra

    (1,378 listeners)

    jazz, big band, instrumental, bigband jazz

    In March 1993, the Flemish jazz musicians Frank Vaganée, Marc Godfroid and Serge Plume took the initiative to set up the “Brussels Jazz Orchestra” (BJO), which would offer new professional opportunities to performers, composers and arrangers after the jazz orchestra of the BRT (the Belgian Radio and Television) had ceased to exist.

  • Dave Douglas

    (48,859 listeners)

    jazz, trumpet, avant-garde jazz, modern jazz

    Dave Douglas is an American (born in Montclair, New Jersey March 24th, 1963) jazz trumpeter and composer whose music is notable for drawing on many non-jazz musical styles, including classical music, European folk music and klezmer. He has been a member of the experimental big band Orange Then Blue.

  • Fred Van Hove

    (555 listeners)

    free jazz, piano, free improvisation, jazz

    Born 1937 in Antwerp, Belgium Fred Van Hove studied piano, theory and harmony at the Music Academy in Belgium and experimented with several jazz styles and dance music before making the transition to free improvisation with local musicians (Zinzen, Van De Ven and Wanders).

  • Jamie Cullum

    (948,628 listeners)

    jazz, piano, singer-songwriter, british

    Jamie Cullum (born 20 August 1979) is an English jazz singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Though he is a primarily a vocalist, he also accompanies himself on instruments including piano, guitar and drums.

  • John Zorn

    (185,799 listeners)

    jazz, avant-garde, experimental, free jazz

    John Zorn (born September 2, 1953 in New York City, United States) is an American avant-garde composer, arranger, record producer, saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist.

  • John Zorn's Book of Angels

    (7 listeners)

  • Kenny Werner

    (7,089 listeners)

    jazz, piano, modern jazz, jazz piano

    Kenny Werner (born November 19, 1951) is an American jazz pianist. Kenny Werner was born on November 19, 1951 in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. At the age of 11, he recorded a single with a fifteen-piece orchestra and appeared on television playing stride piano. He attended the Manhattan School of Music as a concert piano major. In 1970, he transferred to the Berklee School of Music.

  • Lady Linn

    (4,793 listeners)

    lady linn and her magnificent seven, jazz, swing, belgium

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  • Lady Linn And Her Magnificent Seven

    (13,801 listeners)

    jazz, soul, belgian, funk

    Lady Linn is Lien De Greef, who originally performed jazz-covers. She's also a part of Skeemz. Her craze for 50's and 60's music made her want to go an own way, so she wrote her own music and released her first album Here We Go Again.

  • Liberation Music Orchestra

    (53 listeners)

    avant-garde

    Liberation Music Orchestra is a large jazz ensemble led by US-American jazz bassist Charlie Haden. The ensemble has been an occasional operation, with shifting personnel.

  • Marc Ribot

    (53,307 listeners)

    avant-garde, jazz, free jazz, experimental

    Marc Ribot (pron.: /ˈriːboʊ/) (Newark, NJ, May 21, 1954) is an American guitarist and composer. His work has touched on many styles, including no wave, free jazz, rock and Cuban music.

  • Masada Sextet

    (85 listeners)

    jazz, masada, zorn, tzadik

  • Matthew Bourne

    (8,343 listeners)

    jazz, improv, piano, sampler

    Matthew Bourne (Bramhope, UK) Born October 6th, 1977, Avebury, England; pianist and composer Matthew Bourne first came to national attention as one of the winners of the Perrier Jazz Awards in London, 2001. In the same year Bourne graduated from Leeds College of Music.

  • Mycale

    (526 listeners)

    tzadik, a capella, experimental, female vocalists

    Get ready for a whole new approach to Masada music! Expressive and passionate, Basya Schechter, Ayelet Rose Gottlieb, Malika Zarra and Sofia Rei Koutsovitis are four of the most creative vocalists around. Each the leader of a dynamic band of their own, they come together here in an intimate a cappella setting to interpret eleven songs from Zorn's remarkable Book of Angels.

  • Omar Sosa

    (26,723 listeners)

    jazz, piano, latin, latin jazz

    Omar Sosa (born April 10, 1965, in Camagüey, Cuba) is a composer, bandleader, and jazz pianist. Sosa began studying marimba at age eight, then switched to piano at the Escuela Nacional de Musica in Havana, where he studied jazz. Sosa moved to Quito, Ecuador, in 1993, then San Francisco, California, in 1995.

  • Randy Weston

    (18,217 listeners)

    jazz, piano, jazz piano, african

    Randy Weston (b. Brooklyn, New York, April 6, 1926) is an American jazz pianist and composer. Weston has traveled throughout Africa and lived in Morocco, and the musics of these nations have influenced his work significantly. He has performed with Moroccan gnawa musicians, touring with them in 2006.

  • The Pocket Jazz Orchestra

    (1 listener)

  • Toots Thielemans Quartet

    (49 listeners)

    seen live

  • Trio Grande

    (643 listeners)

    psychedelic, trance, psytrance, electronic

    Trio Grande is as the name sais a band containing of three members; Pelle Andersson (Guitar and Lead Vocals), Thomas (Bas and Backup vocals) and the other guy (need name!!) playing drums.

  • Uri Cane

    (140 listeners)

    jazz, pianist