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Most Read Album Reviews: 2019

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All About Jazz tracks how often an album review is read, and the reviews listed below represent our most popular in 2019. The number to the right of the date published represents the article's read count as of December 30th.

In The Key Of The Universe
Joey DeFrancesco
by Chris Mosey
Published: February 10, 2019

Epistrophy
Bill Frisell | Thomas Morgan
by John Kelman
Published: April 5, 2019

Love Hurts
Julian Lage
by Chris Mosey
Published: February 14, 2019

Circuits
Chris Potter
by Sammy Stein
Published: January 19, 2019

Trust In The Lifeforce Of The Deep Mystery
The Comet Is Coming
by Chris May
Published: February 25, 2019 | 17,397

Correlations
Steve Davis
by Peter Hoetjes
Published: March 19, 2019

Tenormore
Scott Robinson
by Dan Bilawsky
Published: March 30, 2019

Jazz Muses
Al Hood and the H2 Sextet
by Nicholas F. Mondello
Published: March 17, 2019

The Transitory Poems
Vijay Iyer and Craig Taborn
by Dan McClenaghan
Published: March 7, 2019 | 16,140

Fyah
Theon Cross
by Chris May
Published: February 4, 2019

Coltrane '58: The Prestige Recordings
John Coltrane
by Mike Jurkovic
Published: April 10, 2019 | 15,179

Live in Japan 1984
Allan Holdsworth
by John Kelman
Published: February 9, 2019

Signature
Matthew Shipp Trio
by Karl Ackermann
Published: February 1, 2019

Perpetual Optimism
Herlin Riley
by Chris Mosey
Published: March 28, 201

Driftglass
SEED Ensemble
by Chris May
Published: January 22, 2019

Infection In The Sentence
Sarah Tandy
by Chris May
Published: February 18, 2019

VOX
Pedro Martins
by Friedrich Kunzmann
Published: February 23, 2019


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