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Blues From The Delta Avon

Texas Jazz Singer

Play The Way You Feel

Gaddiments

The Look Of Jazz

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Charles Lloyd: The Flowering

This band flourished and bloomed, according to the sleevenote writer, on its final European tour in 1966, aided and abetted by some nimble promotion and publicity. Well, maybe, but...

Cyrille Aimée: Move On

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Tony Kofi: now’s his time

Since he first appeared on the London scene with the Jazz Warriors in the early 1990s, Nottingham-born saxophonist Tony Kofi has risen to become as one of the finest...

Shri: beyond the groove

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Obituary: Keith Tippett

When Hazel Miller phoned me on Sunday to say that Keith Tippett had died, I felt it was like the end of an era; too many of that generation...

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Obituary: Slyde Hyde

Blues From The Delta Avon

There are ordinary books for collectors and there are extraordinary books for collectors. This book surely fits the latter category. This book traces in minute detail the birth of...

Texas Jazz Singer

Play The Way You Feel

JJ 09/70: Blacks, Whites and Blues

Fifty years ago, Graham Boatfield enjoyed Tony Russell demolishing the artificial barriers between blacks, whites and blues. First published in Jazz Journal, September 1970

Thelonious Monk Quartet: Live

I saw Monk in concert three times: first with his quartet at Jazz Expo 69, then with the Giants of Jazz in 1971 and 1972. I had originally found...

Sarah Vaughan: Live