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Southern Jazz: There

Read "There" reviewed by Randy McElligott


Southern Jazz kicks off this recording with a rollicking version of “Sweet Georgia Brown”. Displaying how well they work together as an ensemble in the tradition of the Dixieland style of Jazz. Dr. Ted Borodofsky and the rest of the band trade solos. Brief in nature but an example of the skills these guys possess. No fooling around here. A great opener, full of fun and vigor.

“Bye Bye Blackbird” has long been a favorite of many musicians. We are ...

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Southern Jazz: There's No Place Like Home

Read "There's No Place Like Home" reviewed by Mark Corroto


We paused as UN peacekeepers rolled onto the battleground that jazz critics and musicians inhabit these days. Our intafada against Kenny G, and the shelling by the Downtown artists halted as the Lincoln Center’s uptown brigade reloaded. The multinational squad was made up of Dr. Ted Borodofsky and his Southern Jazz band. Out of their unarmed transports came the music of Dixieland swing. His jazz, an authentic group swing, caused a cessation of all aggression. Yes, jazz was once a ...


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