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Reviews

Nothing But Time
Nothing But Time

Pearring Sound

Philosophy
Philosophy

Mario Pavone Dialect Trio

Vegetable Soup
Vegetable Soup

Norihiro Kikuta

Sun Rings
Sun Rings

Kronos Quartet/Terry Riley

Plays Monk & Trane
Plays Monk & Trane

Dave O'Higgins & Rob Luft

Somewhere
Somewhere

Peter Eldridge, Kenny Werner

Zigsaw: Music Of Steve Lampert
Zigsaw: Music Of Steve Lampert

Noah Preminger Group

Articles

Radio

Brandon Robertson and The Quiet Temple WORLD OF JAZZ
Brandon Robertson and The Quiet Temple
With Bob Osborne
George Shearing Centennial, Woodstock turns 50 and the Charlie Parker Festival A BROAD SPECTRUM
George Shearing Centennial, Woodstock turns 50 and...
With Mary Foster Conklin
Count Basie & Kenny Drew NEON JAZZ
Count Basie & Kenny Drew
With Joe Dimino

Tune in daily to hear some of the internet's top jazz radio programs including Mondo Jazz, Jazz Bastard, World of Jazz, The Third Story, One Man's Jazz, Jazz at 100, Gifts & Messages, Neon Jazz, A Broad Spectrum, and Doing Jazz. Programs range from music to talk to jazz ed. It's an eclectic mix of shows presenting emerging artists to living legends from around the globe.

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Aback
Aback

Lauren Lee

Komposition VII
Komposition VII

Max Agnas

Primavera O
Primavera O

Marco Sanguinetti

Favela Chic
Favela Chic

Tom van der Zaal

Born Today

Steve Coleman Steve Coleman
Born:1956

Steve began playing music just days before his 14th birthday as a freshman at South Shore High School on the south side of Chicago. His first instrument was violin but later that year he switched to...

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Jazz Story

View Eric Mintel's All About Jazz profile By Eric Mintel
Member since: 2015

I love jazz because it's a positive art form. I was first exposed to jazz at 14 when I found the music of Dave Brubeck in my parents record collection. In 1990, I met Dave Brubeck backstage at the Keswick Theater (near Philadelphia) which then led to a friendship for nearly 20 years

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Poll Results

Jazz Poll: top 100 jazz venues

All About Jazz would like to thank the 4,000 members who participated in our poll to help us identify the world's top jazz venues. For a recap, click here.

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TW = this week; LW = last week; 2W = two weeks ago.

JazzWeek Radio Chart

TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 2 1 Monty Alexander Wareika Hill (MACD) 315 305 +10 1 58 1 5
2 1 2 Jazzmeia Horn Love and Liberation (Concord Jazz) 308 319 -11 2 52 1 6
3 3 3 Jimmy Cobb This I Dig Of You (Smoke Sessions) 300 269 +31 0 56 3 5
4 6 4 Bill O'Connell and the Afro Caribbean Ensemble Wind Off The Hudson (Savant) 260 225 +35 4 51 4 4
5 4 5 Mike LeDonne Partners In Time (Savant) 256 254 +2 0 47 1 9
6 8 6 Houston Person I'm Just a Lucky So and So (HighNote) 251 220 +31 4 49 6 4
7 5 7 Antonio Adolfo Samba Jazz Alley (AAM Music) 236 247 -11 0 45 3 7
8 7 8 Veronica Swift Confessions (Mack Avenue) 222 221 +1 1 39 7 7
9 12 9 Matthew Whitaker Now Hear This (Resilience Music Alliance) 216 208 +8 1 38 9 6
10 11 10 Verve Jazz Ensemble Night Mode (Lightgroove Media) 213 210 +3 0 38 6 10

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