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      Adonis Rose Piece Of Mind: Live At Blue Llama

      Drummer Adonis Rose did his first live recording in the Blue Llama club in Ann Arbor in the early summer for release in the autumn of 2020. The music...
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      Helen O’Connell, one of the finest

      The good news is we’re living smack dab in the heart of Centenary Central, the really good news is how many centenarians are of the musician, performer and vocalist...
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      Obituary: Michel Legrand

      Michel Legrand, the French composer, pianist, arranger, singer and conductor, was born in the Paris suburb of Bécon-les-Bruyères, 24 February 1932, into a musical family. He began playing the...

      Nice day for Al Grey

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      I Ain’t Studdin’ Ya – My American Blues Story

      Blues and soul performer Bobby Rush reflects that it took him over 50 years to become an overnight sensation. This is the paradox that is Bobby Rush. In many...

      Duke Ellington Studies

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      JJ 03/61: Jazz Skyline

      The contemporary New York jazz scene might be described in a phrase of the sort Edgar Allan Poe appreciated: of a dismal yet prophetic aspect. As Joe Benjamin has...
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      Motherless Brooklyn

      Actor Edward Norton secured the rights to Jonathan Lethern’s best-selling novel Motherless Brooklyn on publication in 1999. Exactly 20 years later he brings it to the screen in the...