Reviews for NoTreble

I started doing some CD reviews for the NoTreble website. It’s an enjoyable exercise: I get to listen to some great music and try to improve my writing.


Rudder – Matorning (review)


Linda Oh Trio – Entry (review)

Krantz Carlock Lefebvre

Krantz Carlock Lefebvre (review)


Vijay Iyer Trio – Historicity (review)

Many Arms - Palabras Malas

Many Arms – Palabras Malas (review)

Clang & Chime

Seth Horan – Clang & Chime

>Seabrook Power Plant

Seabrook Power Plant


William Parker and Giorgio Dini – Temporary

So to Speak

Damian Erskine – So to Speak

Saltman Knowles

Saltman Knowles – Yesterday’s Man

Let The Games Begin

Derek Frank – Let The Games Begin


Anthony Jackson and Yiorgos Fakanas – Interspirit

True Story

Jean-Michel Pilc – True Story

Stephan Crump with Rosetta Trio – Reclamation


Zander Zon – Sonorous

T Kneeland

Thomson Kneeland – Mazourka for a Modern Man

Avery Sharpe

Avery Sharpe Trio – Live

To The One

John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension – To The One

Jeff Berlin

Jeff Berlin – High Standards


Lenny White – Anomaly

John Goldsby

John Goldsby – The Innkeeper’s Gun

Five on One

Contact – Five on One

Stanley Clarke Band

The Stanley Clarke Band

Esperanza Spalding – Chamber Music Society


Scott Colley – Empire


Simon Little – Mandala


Marcus Miller – A Night in Monte Carlo


Hiromi – Voice


Rudder – Live – Rockwood Music Hall NYC (DVD)

Esperanza Spalding – Radio Music Society

Mike Stern – All Over the Place

Marcus Miller – Renaissance

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  1. Pingback: What Good are CD Reviews Anyway? « Phil Wain

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