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What's new at All About Jazz! What's cookin'
We have a few projects in the pipeline that we plan to launch soon. Expect three new polls including Best Jazz Cities, Best Records Labels and Fantasy Jazz Festival next week. Also, look for the return of contest giveaways later this month.

Reviews

The Real Blue
The Real Blue

Pureum Jin

City Abstract
City Abstract

Dan McCarthy

Spectrum
Spectrum

Hiromi

Munich 2016
Munich 2016

Keith Jarrett

Articles

Interview with 12 Points Festival 2019
Interview with Chick Corea Trio Live: Food For Thought
Interview with Take Five with Ed Palermo
Interview with 4 Wheel Drive at Hong Kong Arts Centre

News

Track of the day

Love and Restraint
Love and Restraint

Łukasz Borowicki

Wave Over Wave
Wave Over Wave

Heather Bambrick

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 1 1 Poncho Sanchez Trane's Delight (Concord Picante) 411 348 +63 4 59 1 4
2 2 2 Monty Alexander Wareika Hill (MACD) 305 342 -37 2 56 1 8
3 3 3 Jazzmeia Horn Love and Liberation (Concord Jazz) 277 299 -22 1 50 1 9
4 4 4 Jimmy Cobb This I Dig Of You (Smoke Sessions) 264 270 -6 1 51 3 8
5 6 5 Bill O'Connell and the Afro Caribbean Ensemble Wind Off The Hudson (Savant) 247 230 +17 0 44 4 7
6 5 6 Houston Person I'm Just a Lucky So and So (HighNote) 246 263 -17 1 47 4 7
7 13 7 Scott Hamilton Quartet Danish Ballads ... & More (Stunt) 230 207 +23 3 48 7 5
8 11 8 George Coleman The Quartet (Smoke Sessions) 226 218 +8 7 52 8 2
9 8 9 Eliane Elias Love Stories (Concord Jazz) 220 223 -3 0 35 8 6
10 12 10 Miles Davis Rubberband (Rhino / Warner) 212 217 -5 2 43 10 4

Born Today

Garrison Fewell Garrison Fewell
Born:1953

"The guitarist formerly known as one of Boston's most eloquent inside players has become one of its leading experimenters," writes Boston Phoenix's Jon Garelick, who included Fewell's ensemble,...

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Jazz Story

View Matt Richards's All About Jazz profile By Matt Richards
Member since: 2014

The first time I heard jazz guitar it was coming from a Wes Montgomery album. Even though I was mostly a folk-rocker it sounded great. That was my first step into progressive music of many forms—actually, anything that wasn't inside the popular definition of music at any given time

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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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