Home  |  Audio Reviews  Show Reports   Partner Mags  News 

Enjoy the Music.com Review Magazine
Various Bluegrass, Blues and Jazz Albums
Review By Steven Stone
Click here to e-mail reviewer

 

Mike Marshall And Caterina Lichtenberg
Mike Marshall And Caterina Lichtenberg

Mike Marshall is a jazz cat while Caterina Lichtenberg is classical kitten. Together they play classical pieces by Bach and Leclair with a jazz edge and contemporary Latin-American compositions from Bandolin and Zambrano with a classical flavor. Marshall's Loar and Lichtenberg's modern Alfred Woll bowl-back sound heavenly together. For any mandolin fanatic, this one is essential listening.

Enjoyment:

Sound:

 

 

Cadillac Sky
Letters in The Deep

They began as a bluegrass band, but Cadillac Sky has evolved into something very different. Their third release presents such a cornucopia of musical genres that the term "modern acoustic/electric" best describes their current format. Produced by Black Keys' producer Dan Auerbach, Letters in The Deep displays a broad palette of sounds that will challenge both new listeners and longtime fans. Also Available in vinyl.

Enjoyment:

Sound:

 

 

Ralf Krebs
Berlin

Ralf Krebs' Berlin stretches the boundaries of nylon-stringed guitar to encompass both classical and jazz idioms. Krebs' compositions have a lilting quality that reminds me of some of the original Windham Hill artists such as Alex DiGrassi. Originally trained as a drummer, his precise rhythmic sense never overpowers the lyrical quality of his music.

Enjoyment:

Sound:

 

 

Ricardo Silveira
'Til Tomorrow

Never heard of Ricardo Silveria? ‘TilTomrrow will remedy that. This retrospective covers his last four releases and features a crack band of experienced Brazilian jazzers. Silveria's playing style, primarily single note lines, is facile and breezy with a floating and effervescent quality that burbles along like a stream during spring runoff. If Latin-tinged jazz is your thing, you're gonna love ‘Til Tomorrow.

Enjoyment:

Sound:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
Quick Links


Audiophile Review Magazine
High-End Audio Equipment Reviews

Equipment Review Archives
Turntables, Cartridges, Etc
Digital Source
Do It Yourself (DIY)
Preamplifiers
Amplifiers
Cables, Wires, Etc
Loudspeakers/ Monitors
Headphones, IEMs, Tweaks, Etc

Superior Audio Archives
Ultra High-End Audio Reviews

Videos
Musician Series
Enjoy the Music.TV

Music Reviews
Classical Music
Jazz, Bluegrass, Blues, Etc.
Rock, Pop, Techno, Metal, Etc.

Columns
Editorials By Tom Lyle
Editorials By Steven R. Rochlin
Viewpoint By Roger Skoff
Audiolics Anonymous
Nearfield By Steven Stone
Various Think Pieces
Manufacturer Articles


Partner Magazines
The Absolute Sound
Australian Hi-Fi Magazine
NOVO (CANADA HiFi)
hi-fi+ Magazine
HIFICRITIC
HiFi Media
Hi-Fi World
Sound Practices
VALVE Magazine

Show Reports
Capital Audiofest (CAF) 2017 CanMania
TAVES 2017 Toronto Show Report
Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2017
CanJam 2017 Denver RMAF
LAAS 2017 Show Report
High End Munich 2017 Show Report
AXPONA 2017 Show Report
CanJam SoCal 2017 Show Report
Montreal Audio Fest 2017 Show Report
CanJam NYC 2017 Report
CES 2017 Show Report & Videos
T.H.E. Show Newport 2016
Audio Engineering Society 141 LA
CanJam London 2016 Show Report
Hong Kong AV Show Report 2016
Click here for previous shows.

Resources And Information
Music Definitions
Hi-Fi Definitions
High-End Audio Manufacture Links

 


Daily Industry News

High-End Audio News & Information

Internet Browser
Audiophile Internet Browser V12

Mobile Phone Apps
Android Audiophile App

Other
Audiophile Contests
Cool Free Stuff For You
Tweaks For Your System
Vinyl Logos For LP Lovers
Lust Pages Visual Beauty
300B Tube Comparison

For The Press & Industry
About Us
Press Releases
Official Site Graphics

Contests & Join Our Mailing List

Our free newsletter for monthly updates & enter our contests!

Our Social Media & Video Channel
     

 

 

     

Home  |  Sitemap  |  Industry News  |  Equipment / Music Reviews  |  Press Releases  |  About Us  |  Contact Us

 

All contents copyright©  1995 - 2017  Enjoy the Music.com®
May not be copied or reproduced without permission.  All rights reserved.