Coast To Coast" is presented, from first to last, with a memorable conviction, and an even greater facility. ***** 5/5 stars” - Nick DeRiso

All About Jazz

Frank Kohl's Coast to Coast, is a very nice main stream recording that shows him to be a fine performer as well as a composer of attractive compositions. Kohl gets around his instrument with effortlessness and a confident sounding sense of swing.” - David Franklin

Cadence Magazine

Smokin” - - Mike Stern
Invisible  Man" ......His soaring solos and swinging tunes unveil a spirit tuned in to the moment and where the notes may lead ...... While Kohl clearly mastered technique, his guitar solos sing true with room for breath and emotion.” - Steve Griggs

— Earshot Jazz Magazine

Guitarist Frank Kohl has a clear tone, excellent technique .... very fluent yet always sounds relaxed, no matter what the tempo......displays effortless soul in his boppish lines. Kohl's top notch quartet are heard at their best throughout "Invisible Man", invigorating straight ahead jazz with fresh and lively ideas.” - Scott Yanow - Jazz writer, author of 11 books including "The Great Guitarists"
...... a fine mainstream guitarist, someone who learned from masters like Wes Montgomery and George Benson and built a supple style of his own with lots of feeling. " Invisible Man" .... this set is fine swinging music all around.” - Jerome Wilson

— Cadence Magazine

Invisible Man" ... Kohl is fully in touch with his NY roots here turning in a jazz guitar date that sounds like something you'd hear pouring out of a club in midtown---none of that hipster/Billyberg stuff. A solid set throughout, anyone with a taste for mainstream jazz guitar dates should miss this at their own risk. Fine stuff.” - Chris Spector

— Midwest Record

Invisible Man" renders Frank Kohl anything but invisible... he is set to be well recognized for his splendid composition and artistry. His talent and craftmanship make him imminently worthy of notoriety. His focus on the music instead of the musician makes him a cherished artist.” - Travis Rogers Jr " The Jazz Owl"

Jazz Times

After wading through the albums that land on the doormat and wondering if jazz is still jazz, along comes an album like this. A sheer delight.........The album may be titled Invisible Man but, with this release, it could be the most inappropriate title ever - want to buy a guitarist a Xmas present ? Look no further.” - Lance


Guitarist Frank Kohl convenes a first-rate lineup to produce this fantastic assemblage of music. INVISIBLE  MAN is a nice collection of mostly original compositions buoyed by his artistry on six strings. Kohl has a tone on the instrument that grabs your ear quite easily and the interplay between he and his sidemen here is wonderful....... This is a very cool and worthwhile listening.” - Glenn Daniels

The Jazz Page

Frank shows his roots with some Wes & George- inspired harmonic and melodic touches and furthers his own sort of post-bop/hard-bop take on it all. He is poised, polished and swingingly lined/aligned throughout. It's all good music. It shows Frank off well as a thorough stylist and imaginative improviser. It's a nice listen.    Good Show!  "Invisible Man” - Grego Applegate Edwards

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