Top Ten "Most Read" Articles & CD Reviews: 2005

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AAJ tracks how often an article is read, and the articles and CD reviews below represent our top ten published in 2005.

This list excludes the monthly greetings which receive a significant boost from a link in the monthly newsletter announcements.

Top Ten Articles

  1. Concert/Festival/Event Review
    Festival International de Jazz de Montreal 2005, Day 11, July 10, 2005
    By John Kelman

  2. Swing Set
    Benny Goodman: "Sing, Sing, Sing"
    By David Rickert

  3. Download Review
    NFL Films Music: Selections from Autumn Thunder
    By Mark Sabbatini

  4. Interviews
    Kurt Rosenwinkel: Latitude
    By John Kelman

  5. Building a Jazz Library
    Jimmy Smith: Master of the Hammond B-3
    By Mark Sabbatini

  6. Download Review
    A Dozen Free Concert Downloads
    By Mark Sabbatini

  7. Video Feature
    Joe Lovano: Joyous Encounter
    By Bret Primack

  8. Building a Jazz Library
    Best Live Jazz Recordings (1953-65)
    By C. Michael Bailey

  9. Extended Analysis
    Pat Metheny Group: The Way Up
    By John Kelman

  10. Building a Jazz Library
    Coltrane 101
    By John Eyles

Top Ten CD Reviews

  1. The Way Up
    The Pat Metheny Group

  2. Radiance
    Keith Jarrett

  3. Song X: Twentieth Anniversary
    Pat Metheny/Ornette Coleman

  4. One Down, One Up: Live at the Half Note
    John Coltrane

  5. Pornos For Peace Keepers
    The Rare Bird Rumba Ranch

  6. Momentum
    Joshua Redman Elastic Band

  7. Viaticum
    The Esbjörn Svensson Trio (e.s.t.)

  8. Suspended Animation
    John Petrucci

  9. The Complete Village Vanguard Recordings, 1961
    Bill Evans

  10. At Carnegie Hall
    Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane

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