12-07-2016  10:25 am      •     
Music Reviews

How does a rhythm section of drummer Elvin Jones, bassist Robert Hurst or Eric Revis and pianist Mulgrew Miller sound?
Answer: five stars, of course, especially when you place in front of them trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis, alto saxophonist Donald Harrison or tenor man Branford Marsalis. On "Lone Warrior," Harrison evokes John Coltrane on his moving solo. Delfeayo, the youngest of the Marsalis musical brothers, exhibits his mastery of the trombone. Edwin Livingston is the bassist on the cut, and he deserves to be there.


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It has been a little more than a year since Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. And while…


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The fox, it is said, knows many things. It adjusts to circumstances, keeps trying new tricks until…


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When I was Curry County deputy district attorney in the early 1970s, I sought long penitentiary…


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As this year's election season gets into full swing, voters across the country are thinking…


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