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2 0 0 6 CD ReviewsBody and Soul Remixed! by Coleman HawkinsBack Of My Hand by Tempus FugitMonk Meets the Beatles by Thelonious Monk'Bone Madonna by MadonnaMe and Mr. Johnson by Jimmy SmithStreetwalkin' Blues by The Jive-Ass All-StarsBridgeleap Plays the Albert Ayler Songbook by BridgeleapMy Darker Moods by Regis PhilbinNot So Lady Sings the Blues by Lil' KimMahogany Hall Teeth by Scrote Bradshaw's Creole MarmaladeDirty, Dirty, Dirty... George Plays Jelly Roll by George WinstonSatan Swings Baby and That's the Truth, The Whole Truth and Nothing But... by Sammy Davis Jr.Velvet Horn by Bob AlmondJust One of Those Things: Rod Stewart Salutes Mel Tormé by Rod StewartMiles Davis: Miles in Berlin by Miles DavisDownload G Mingus by Charles Mingus & Kenny GNews All About Jazz Launches Outernet Jazz Coverage!
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2 0 0 3 CD Reviews Bix and Pops Lost Cannabis Sessions by Bix Beiderbecke Channeling Adorno on Jazz by Hoffman/Alicea/Vicuta Crusader Stomp by Octagon Eightette Embouchure Of Doom by Mike Metheny Hear Me Yell! by FBVD In The Habit by Sisters of Swing Kicking the Habit by Sisters of Swing Marsalis Plays Bolden: The 'Lost Napkin' Suite by Wynton Marsalis & LCJO North Coastin' by Herb Gauleiter Octet Ode to Myself by Bart Hofnagel Pale Blues A La Dimuendo by Norbert Gundersen Remembering Heidi by Marques Tuiasosopo Sextet Round 1: Jazz From the School of Hard Knock Outs by Mike Tyson Sinatra at the Sands by Frank Sinatra with The Count Basie Orchestra Subcutaneous by Ruth and the Colettes The Mists Of New England by Janice Grossman The Palestine Sessions by Muslim Holiday The Peace Album by The Taubes The Penny Whistle Tapes by John Coltrane Tsunami by AqualungNews Rappers See the Light, Embrace Jazz Jimmy Smith Converts to the Ambient Sound of Accordions Music Industry Unveils New Piracy-Proof FormatBook Review Deciphering the Message: Hidden Meanings of Jazz
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