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      Bangers and Clankers /2

      Bangers and clankers /1

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      Per Texas Johansson: Stråk På Himlen Och Stora Hus

      I hadn't hear much of Per Texas Johansson (b 1969) – one of Sweden's finest improvisers and composers of recent decades – since his striking Kaza albums of the...
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      Barry McRae: force of nature

      The obituary by Bob Weir of long-time Jazz Journal critic Barry McRae that appeared in our final printed edition – December 2018 – necessarily covered the facts of a...
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      Obituary: Randy Weston

      For once, the term “towering reputation” has a literal basis. Randy Weston stood six feet five, but was as lithe in movement as he was at the keyboard. One...

      Obituary: John Oddo

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      Jazz And Cricket: An Unlikely Combination

      Despite England’s woeful end in the cricket last month against India, Matthew Wright’s new book, drawing on the perhaps unusual yet prevalent connections between jazz and cricket is both...

      The Look Of Jazz

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      JJ 08/70: Nucleus – Elastic Rock

      In this day of broadening musical tastes, I am sure that there are many readers who enjoy both the creativity of jazz and the explosive energy of the best...
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      Billie

      Director James Erskine's valuable documentary intertwines Holiday's story with that of Linda Kuehl, a literary journalist who in 1970 began a biography of her. Kuehl was a Jewish liberal...