Top Ten "Most Read" Articles & CD Reviews: 2004

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Earlier this year we placed a counter on each article page to track how many times an article was read. The articles and reviews below represent our top ten for 2004.

This list excludes the following pages: Welcome to AAJ! , New to Jazz? and the monthly greetings —all located in the "Getting Started" box on the left panel of each page.

Top Ten Articles

  1. Digital Music
    Finding Free and Legal Music Downloads on the Internet
    By Mark Sabbatini

  2. DVD/Video Review
    John McLaughlin: This Is The Way I Do It
    By Walter Kolosky

  3. Interviews
    Joshua Redman: Music is Paramount
    By R.J. DeLuke

  4. Digital Music
    Doing Digital Music Downloads Right: An Introduction
    By Mark Sabbatini

  5. London Calling
    SMiLE, You're in Rock 'n' Roll Heaven with Brian Wilson
    By John Eyles

  6. Building a Jazz Library
    Thelonious Monk
    By Chris M. Slawecki

  7. Extended Analysis
    Miles Davis - Seven Steps: The Complete Columbia Recordings, 1963-1964
    By John Kelman

  8. Artist Profiles
    Chick Corea
    By Mark Sabbatini

  9. Interviews
    Houston Person
    By Russ Musto

  10. Encore
    Jeremy Steig
    By Celeste Sunderland

Top Ten CD Reviews

  1. The Out-of-Towners
    Keith Jarrett/Gary Peacock/Jack DeJohnette

  2. In Praise of Dreams
    Jan Garbarek

  3. Eternal
    Branford Marsalis

  4. Unspeakable
    Bill Frisell

  5. End of the World Party
    Medeski, Martin & Wood

  6. Concert in the Garden
    Maria Schneider Orchestra

  7. Land of the Sun
    Charlie Haden

  8. Seven Days of Falling
    Esbjorn Svensson Trio (E.S.T.)

  9. To The Stars
    Chick Corea Elektric Band

  10. Footprints: The Life And Music Of...
    Wayne Shorter

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