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Van Morrison: Three Chords & The Truth

Some might wonder why a Van Morrison album – his prolific sixth in three years – is reviewed in Jazz Journal. Morrison himself is hardly a jazz musician, despite...

Don Joseph, jazz poet /1

The reputation of trumpeter Don Joseph (1923-1994) now depends on the slimmest of discographies. These performances reveal a technically fluent soloist with a disarmingly fragile lyrical quality reminiscent of...
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Obituary: John Cumming

British jazz promoter who facilitated first UK visits for numerous American artists and was key in the creation of the Bracknell and London jazz festivals

Obituary: Brian Godding

Gerry Mulligan: Writings On A Jazz Original

The former drummer with Bobby Troup, Anita O'Day and others has assembled into a book 52 articles illuminating Mulligan's work and life

Prehistory Of Jazz

JJ 07/61: Eric Dolphy – Outward Bound

Someone develops a new kind of fruit. It's, let's say, a cross between a banana and a grapefruit. Before people get the chance to make up their minds about...

Sarah Vaughan: Live

Aged 50 at the time, 1974, Sarah Vaughan is in her vocal prime here. This release presents two television shows that were under the title Jazz From Newport, although...

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