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ALL ABOUT JAZZ WALL CLOCK

$13.99

Keep time with this fabulous wall clock featuring the All About Jazz logo framed in black. A great gift for jazz fans of all types.



JAZZ NECKTIE AND TIE PIN

$9.95/$24.95

When you are a jazz man you have got to have style. This colorful necktie features images from New Orleans: trumpets, masquerade masks and more!

Wear your heart on your sleeve. I mean, your sax on your tie. This shiny, silver tie clip features a miniature saxophone. A perfect mate to the New Orleans Necktie.



NEW ORLEANS MUSICIANS RELIEF FUND APRON

$21.69

Know someone who has as much fun at a concert as they do in the kitchen? This stylish apron featuring the New Orleans Relief Fund logo makes a perfect gift. Proceeds benefit musicians in New Orleans.



INSTRUMENT CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS

$8.95

Add a little music to the Christmas tree with these adorable instrument ornaments. With everything from congas to clarinets, you are sure to find the perfect one for most any musician.



TALKING JAZZ: AN ORAL HISTORY

$299

Conversations with Miles Davis, Steve Lacy, Herbie Hancock, Art Blakey and dozens more fill this 24-CD box set. Recorded by pianist and journalist Ben Sidran during his NPR show "Sidran on Record, it includes hours of intelligent and revealing exchanges about music and life.



JIM FLORA GREETING CARDS

$16.95

Maniacally mischievous, the iconic characters of Jim Flora take center stage on these hand-printed, letterpress greeting cards. Originally created for album covers and advertisements, they epitomize classic and quirky jazz style.



RECYCLED LP CD CASE

$48-$52

What better place to store your 12 favorite jazz CDs than in a box made from an original Kenny Dorham Blue Note record? Front cover is on the outside, back cover is on the inside, and the vinyl is on top. Each is a one-of-a-kind, handmade design.



JAZZ COASTERS

$8.99

From Duke Ellington Boulevard to Thelonious Sphere Monk Circle, these tile coasters feature photos of New York City street signs bearing the names of jazz greats. They look cool and protect the table too.



YVES SAINT LAURENT JAZZ EAU DE TOILETTE

$10.99

Not only do you play jazz, you taste jazz, you feel jazz, and you smell jazz. When you wear Yves Saint Laurent Jazz or Live Jazz fragrance for men "a spontaneous and hythmic scent fills the air.

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