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CD Reviews
Body and Soul Remixed! by Coleman Hawkins
Back Of My Hand by Tempus Fugit
Monk Meets the Beatles by Thelonious Monk
'Bone Madonna by Madonna
Me and Mr. Johnson by Jimmy Smith
Streetwalkin' Blues by The Jive-Ass All-Stars
Bridgeleap Plays the Albert Ayler Songbook by Bridgeleap
My Darker Moods by Regis Philbin
Not So Lady Sings the Blues by Lil' Kim
Mahogany Hall Teeth by Scrote Bradshaw's Creole Marmalade
Dirty, Dirty, Dirty... George Plays Jelly Roll by George Winston
Satan Swings Baby and That's the Truth, The Whole Truth and Nothing But... by Sammy Davis Jr.
Velvet Horn by Bob Almond
Just One of Those Things: Rod Stewart Salutes Mel Tormé by Rod Stewart
Miles Davis: Miles in Berlin by Miles Davis

G Mingus by Charles Mingus & Kenny G

All About Jazz Launches Outernet Jazz Coverage!


CD Reviews
Round About Lunchtime: The Complete Columbia Cafeteria Recordings 1955-85 by Miles Davis
Swings Krautland by David Hasselhoff
Alone Together by George W. Bush & Friends Swing Broadway and Hollywood
Has Never Eaten of the Whimpering Kiss My Only Dog's Collar Return by Jim Belushi
Michael Bolton Sings the Duke Ellington Songbook by Michael Bolton
Good Spirits: Harvey Limburger Plays New Music from Dizzy Gillespie by Dizzy Gillespie via Harvey Limburger
Days of Wine and Roses: Miles and Bird Remixed by Abdul Malik
Lush Life by Michael Jackson
Robotic Jazz Funk by DJ I-Bot and Proto-Jazz-One
A Tribute to Art Tatum by Yanni

Madonna Launches Bid for Blue Note
British Government to give $75,000,000 a Year to Jazz
Jazzscientia at AAJ: Where Jazz and Science Meet

Book Reviews
The Lost Wave

Concert Reviews
A Far-Out Concert Among the Stars

Digital Music
Is it random or is it Memorex?

Multiple Reviews
Exposing the Cover Story Behind the Classics


CD Reviews
The Lost Duck Tapes by Curly "Duck" Flebber
The Jazz Soul of PDQ Bach by Pat Metheny/Kenny G
The 2004 Election Blues Sessions by Bill Clinton and Wynton Marsalis
Bossa Nova Bitchslap! by Music Association of Detroit
A New Trip: Dylan Sings Jazz! by Bob Dylan
A Flower for Feldman by William Parker
Rumble in the Bronx by Didgeridoo
Cheek to Cheek: Ellis Leahy Sings Sinatra by Ellis Leahy
One Eye Open, the Other One Closed by Noah Howard
Thinly Veiled by The Crouchites
Saggy by The Boobs Trio

New Reissue Label Markets Rarities
Jazz Pianist Bill Evans to Appear on Queer Eye For the Straight Guy
ECM Announces Summer Release Schedule

Book Reviews
Kinds Of 'Do: The Story Of Miles Davis' Hair
Louis Armstrong: An Extravagant Wife


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 Aqualung

Rappers See the Light, Embrace Jazz
Jimmy Smith Converts to the Ambient Sound of Accordions
Music Industry Unveils New Piracy-Proof Format

Book Review
Deciphering the Message: Hidden Meanings of Jazz

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