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Magazine articles on jazz, bebop and swing music and musicians.
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August 31, 2006
Darryl Wilkinson
Multichannel Gets Jazzed Up Jazz fans will have something to sing about on October 24th when Giving' It Up, a collaboration of George Benson and Al Jarreau, will be released as a Monster Music SuperDisc. mark for My Articles similar articles
November 2005
Tom Piazza
35 Who Made a Difference: Wynton Marsalis In Katrina's aftermath, the trumpeter has rallied support for his native New Orleans. mark for My Articles similar articles
January 2005
Marya Hornbacher
Return of a Virtuoso Following a debilitating stroke, the incomparable jazz pianist Oscar Peterson had to start over. mark for My Articles similar articles
July 8, 2002
Charles Taylor
"Songs for Swingin' Lovers" Beyond the magnificent late-night gloom (and the bombast of "My Way") you'll find Frank Sinatra's finger-poppin' classic, a joyous exploration of rhythmic invention. mark for My Articles similar articles
June 11, 2002
Harry Marks
New Orleans: A Wicked Jazz Festival The period of the Jazz and Heritage Festival is the ideal event to showcase the spirit of the city, as a Cajun hotbed of music and unique cuisine. A long weekend during the Festival was enough to fall in love and resolve to return to a city distinct from any other in the United States. mark for My Articles similar articles
December 2001
Michael McClennan
Naxos Jazz Legends Naxos Jazz Legends has the lofty goal of creating a library of restored classic jazz recordings. Duke Ellington: Cotton Club Stomp 1927-1931, and Nat King Cole: Transcriptions Vol.1, 1938, are an impressive beginning to this collection... mark for My Articles similar articles
November 2001
Michael McClennan
Harry Connick Jr.'s 30 Somewhere along the way, vocal jazz started to lose its charm. Somehow, we began to believe that overdubbing and editing every nuance of a recorded performance was not only acceptable, but was commonplace. How refreshing then to hear a recording like Harry Connick Jr.'s 30... mark for My Articles similar articles
September 2001
David Ferris
Pro File: The Digital Drummer Omar Hakim has gone from banging on a toy drum as a child to mastering a Roland V-Drums kit in his adulthood, never missing a beat. How has the jazz and pop percussionist kept on top of things as the music world has gone increasingly digital? mark for My Articles similar articles
July 11, 2001
Michael Monteleone
Ken Nordine At 81, the man who brought the world Word Jazz (and whose voice any god would envy) has released a dazzling new CD... mark for My Articles
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