A vibrant and utterly contemporary synthesis of post-modern jazz, Egyptology, and Black Awareness.- All About Jazz
“This is music with gravity, seriousness of purpose, and real emotional power—through collective improvisation, these men aim for inspiration and uplift, and they get there.”- Burning Ambulance
“Improvisational Magic.”- Utne Reader
Almost fiercely spiritual”- Jazz Da Gama
“An emotional recording of passion…fill with ‘what ifs’ but intriguing while it stands up on its own.”- Jazzweekly.com
Such positive genuineness may be a rarity in Pop music, but for the listener craving a different perspective and an opportunity to be moved and grow, they offer just that chance. Read More
Lutz was an incredible musician and a beautiful soul. Our connection was special in that his amazing tenor saxophone and clarinet artistry with the NDR Bigband was extensively featured on our recently-released Tall Tales of Jasper County: The Double Doubles Suite. Read More
Inspiration is a gift. A substantial work of art is undoubtedly the product of talent and creativity, with sweat and toil liberally applied to grease the engine. Yet inspiration, a source that shakes the imagination free, transforming inchoate ideas into solid form, is the lightning that every artist can only dream of being struck by.
The Critically-Acclaimed Mark Lomax Trio Meets African Mythology in this Spellbinding New Concept Album
Rhyme and Reason documents the recent musical partnership of Russian tenor saxophonist Oleg Kireyev and American pianist Keith Javors. Keith remembers, “I believe Oleg had heard a CD of mine calledMo' City Jungle. He got in contact with me, we were digging each other’s music and began talking about possibilities to collaborate.