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Rein De Graaff: Early Morning Blues

One of the best and certainly one of the busiest jazz pianists in Europe, De Graaff here gets the opportunity to do something he rarely has time...

Brothers in jazz

The Mills Brothers formed their singing group in Piqua, Ohio around 1925, at first naming themselves Four Boys and a Kazoo. They were real-life brothers, Herbert, Harry,...

Obituary: Jack Sheldon

Jazz trumpeter Jack Sheldon has died. That he lived such a long life is surprising, given the many often self-induced difficulties he faced and overcame.

Seeking Le Jazz Hot

The BBC jazz axe

Desire In Chromatic Harmony

Kenneth Smith has a brilliant new approach to understanding chromatic music. To grasp it, an academic background in music but also in philosophy...

JJ 10/89: The Imperfect Art, by Ted Gioia

Chances are, Ted Gioia likes jazz. He should do, since he teaches the stuff at Stanford University and is himself a jazz pianist. But that doesn't stop...

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...

Syncopation