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      Marc Copland: John

      I heard pianist Marc Copland in a duet concert with his great friend guitarist John Abercrombie in 2016, at Eastside Jazz Club, part of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. It was...

      Daryl Runswick: Late Jazz

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      Jazz in review: 2020

      Selected Jazz Journal writers reflect on the jazz scene in 2020
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      Mike Osborne, powerful and passionate

      It was good to see Barry Witherden’s piece on Mike Osborne. Ossie was one of a select group of unique and original players who graced the British jazz scene...

      Obituary: Chris Barber

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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 06/59: Russia: Jazz-Ho?

      'Jazz does not arouse strong, cheerful feelings, but on the contrary, suppresses them. It hypnotizes you with the deathly cold beat of a machine' For many years the very word...
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      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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