Review: Lisa Hilton, ‘Oasis’ (Ruby Slippers)

California pianist Lisa Hilton has admirable goals for her latest album, Oasis, stating in a press release that she intends it as a “refuge” in response to the turmoil of our times. Working with excellent trio mates in bassist Luques Curtis and drummer Mark Whitfield Jr., she approaches this goal with a throwback aesthetic, laying

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