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Desire In Chromatic Harmony

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Martin Perret’s L’Anderer: Junctures

Swiss-born percussionist and composer Martin Perret is a fixture on Berlin’s creative and improvised scenes, and L’Anderer ("other") is his main artistic outlet....

Soggy Po Boys: All In Favor

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Andrew McCormack: keen to connect

“I think it’s really important that the audience can connect to the music”, declares London-based pianist Andrew McCormack. “I suppose there’s a danger of trying too hard...

Where’s the mainstream?

I have been a reader of Jazz Journal on and off since 1957, and regularly since 1980. I enjoy it, but the whole jazz scene seems to...

Obituary: David Mossman

The Geography Of Jazz

The Geography Of Jazz is collection of poems by Lenard D. Moore. Moore is an acclaimed poet, author and founder of the Carolina...

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JJ 06/59: Jazz festivals

Jazz festivals, like spring, would seem to be busting out all over this year. Both here and over the Atlantic we hear of more and more festivals...

Green Book

Fifty-six years after LBJ officially ended racial discrimination in the USA with the pen-stroke that signed the Civil Rights Act, the years immediately preceding February 1964 are...