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Contributor Picks For 2003

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We tallied opinions from all AAJ contributors, and out of more than 400 nominations the following records received the most votes.


Dave Holland Quintet
Extended Play: Live At Birdland
( ECM )
Review
Interview


Wayne Shorter
Alegr'a
( Verve )
Review 1
Review 2
Review 3
Interview

Andrew Hill
Passing Ships
( Blue Note )
Review 1
Review 2

Dave Douglas
Freak In
( RCA/Bluebird )
Review 1
Review 2
Interview


Nicholas Payton
Sonic Trance
( Warner )
Review
Interview

Jason Moran
The Bandwagon
( Blue Note )
Review 1
Review 2
Review 3
Review 4
Interview

Kenny Garrett
Standard Of Language
( Warner )
Review 1
Review 2
Review 3
Interview



Miroslav Vitous
Universal Syncopations
( ECM )
Review 1
Review 2
Review 3
Review 4
Interview

Kurt Rosenwinkel
Heartcore
( Verve )
Review 1
Review 2
Interview

The Bad Plus
These Are The Vistas
( Columbia )
Review 1
Review 2
Review 3
Review 4


Reissues


Miles Davis
The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions
( Columbia/Legacy )
Review 1
Review 2
Review 3
Review 4
Review 5

Miles Davis
Complete In Person Friday and Saturday Nights at the Blackhawk
( Columbia/Legacy )
Review 1
Review 2
Review 3
Review 4

Jimmy Lyons
The Box Set
( Ayler )
Review


Special Picks



Big Band Vocal Jazz Record Label
Of The Year


Gerald Wilson Orchestra
New York, New Sound
( Mack Avenue )
Review 1
Review 2
Interview

Kurt Elling
Man in the Air
( Blue Note )
Review 1
Review 2
Interview
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