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      Larry Newcomb Quartet: Love Dad

      Judging by its title and the cover photo depicting Newcomb and his bass playing son Jake, the main sales pitch of this release is the inter-generational familial team-up. Nothing...
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      Tony Rémy: covering the bases

      “I love jazz but I don’t call myself a jazz man. I call myself a musician and I think I’ve proved I can cover quite a few bases”, declares...
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      Obituary: Cándido Camero

      Cuban-born percussionist Cándido Camero (usually simply known as “Cándido”), died at his home in New York City on 7 November. He was 99. He was called the “father of...

      Navigating the new

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      Universal Tonality: The Life And Music Of William Parker

      If an antidote to apathy consists of work and proselytizing, then bassist, composer, bandleader, activist and organiser William Parker embodies that antidote. Cisco Bradley has achieved much in simply...

      The Look Of Jazz

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      JJ 05/80: Beyond the Mainstream – Chick Corea

      The influences (Powell, Tyner, Ellington), the bands (Return To Forever and Circle) and those clueless critics. A 1970 interview with the pianist and composer by Elliot Meadow. First published in Jazz Journal May 1980
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      Syncopation

      In the late 1940s the first wave of World War II novels began to appear. The positives were that the authors had actually served in the armed forces, allowed...