Mundell Lowe - Our Waltz
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Michael Cuscuna: Lifetime Achievement in Recording by John McDonough
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  Copyright ® John McDonough, copyright protected; all rights reserved. Michael passed away on April 19, 2024. His death is an immense loss to the Cuscuna family and the Jazz World. This article, which appeared in the January 2, 2024 issue of The Magazine, is posted as a tribute to his memory and as a way of saying “Thank You” to the many kindnesses he shared with the JazzProfiles blog. “Once upon a time, a tiny handful of early jazz critics wrote about rare old jazz records like priests talking about the Bible when most of the world couldn’t even read. Like the lonely tree in the for ..read more
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Blossom Dearie--My Gentleman Friend, Soon It's Gonna Rain, 1967 TV
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Ahmad Jamal Cheek To Cheek (Live At The Spotlite Club, Washington, D.C./1958)
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Shorty Rogers Is Long On West Coast Jazz [From the Archives with Additions]
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 © -  Steven A. Cerra - copyright protected; all rights reserved. “The definition of "West Coast Jazz?" You know, I've been asked that question so many times. It's a hard one. I'm not trying to evade the question, I'm just trying to figure it out myself. Maybe I was a practitioner of it, but as I think it over, all of us in music are products of our environment and heritage. Shelly Manne, Jimmy Giuffre and myself who are so distinctly associated with this sound...when I look back at our musical heritage, I remember that we all loved the Kansas City 7, a small unit out of the Basie ..read more
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Pancho from Latinville by Victor Feldman
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Bob Florence Limited Edition by Gordon Jack
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 © Copyright ® Steven Cerra, copyright protected; all rights reserved Gordon Jack is a frequent contributor to the Jazz Journal and a very generous friend in allowing JazzProfiles to re-publish his perceptive and well-researched writings on various topics about Jazz and its makers. Gordon is the author of Fifties Jazz Talk An Oral Retrospective and he also developed the Gerry Mulligan discography in Raymond Horricks’ book Gerry Mulligan’s Ark. The following article was published in the April 7, 2024 edition of Jazz Journal. Gordon is based in the UK and uses English spelling. Fo ..read more
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Wes Montgomery Trio - A Dynamic New Sound
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Louis Stewart - Louis the First [Livia Records LRCD 2401]
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 © Copyright ® Steven Cerra, copyright protected; all rights reserved Derek Jewell - Sunday Times: "With luck he really could become the best jazz guitarist in the world." Jack Carter - Crescendo: "Stewart's performance on these tracks clearly demonstrates that there will be many more albums, many more accolades." Ronnie Scott: "Louis is a superbly talented natural musician. In my book he's one of the world's great jazz guitarists." Ray Comiskey-Irish Times: "an excellent example of jazz guitar by a master." Hugh de Camillis- Guitarist Magazine: "Guitarists Joe Pass and Ike Isaacs h ..read more
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