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Tom Harrell: Infinity

What opened my ears and eyes to Harrell was an extraordinary performance by his quintet at the Koktebel Festival in Crimea, featuring the same drummer as here,...

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Benny Golson: in the maternity ward /1

Tenor saxophonist and composer Benny Golson holds the world record of writing no less than eight jazz standards: Stablemates, Whisper Not, Killer Joe and Five Spot After...

Jazz and cricket memories

Many thanks to Matthew Wright for his informative and entertaining articles on jazz and cricket. In today's high-pressure, money-driven society it's not easy to imagine the same...

Jazz Transatlantic Vol II: Jazz Derivatives And Developments In Twentieth-Century Africa

Gerhard Kubik's magisterial, groundbreaking study comprises two simultaneously published volumes, the product of nearly 60 years' fieldwork by this doyen of ethnomusicology. Volume...

JJ 09/89: Freddie Hubbard & Woody Shaw – The Eternal Triangle

The Eternal Triangle is a follow up to the well received Double Take recorded in 1985. Hubbard, now long distanced from purely commercial considerations, per­forms outstandingly, a...

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: Live

In 2005 Jazz Door released a DVD (seemingly now unobtainable) containing music by Duke Ellington and (separately) Sarah Vaughan, supposedly from Berlin concerts in 1969. In fact...