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Mark Dresser Seven: Ain’t Nothing But A Cyber Coup & You

I guess the notion of "chamber jazz" could be traced back to small groups led by the likes of Rex Stewart (in Paris in 1938) and Sidney Bechet /...

Bill Frisell: Harmony

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Benny Golson: in the maternity ward /3

Continued from last month and concluding... I brought some records today. Please take a look at this one, it’s Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, 1958 – Paris Olympia. Oh, look...

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: Wallace Roney

Texas Jazz Singer

One of the most jazz-oriented and blues-inflected singers of the swing era, Louise Tobin does not come immediately to mind when reflecting on those years. Although unfair, this is...

Play The Way You Feel

Gaddiments

JJ 04/61: In My Opinion – Lennie Felix

This is one of a series of taped interviews with musicians, who are asked to give a snap opinion on a set of records played to them. Although no...

Miles Davis: Birth Of The Cool – the film

Fans of Miles Davis may remember some grainy old footage of the trumpeter shadowboxing in a gym sometime during the mid-1960s. It’s a clip that in previous docs has...