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Most Read Album Reviews: 2021


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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 2021.

Lyle Mays
Reviewed by John Kelman
August 20, 2021

Wollny / Parisien / Lefebvre / Lillinger
Reviewed by Phillip Woolever

The Complete Live at the Lighthouse
Lee Morgan
Reviewed by Mike Jurkovic
July 26, 2021

Music is Our Friend: Live In Washington and Albany, 2021
King Crimson
Reviewed by John Kelman
November 12, 2021

Tone Poem
Charles Lloyd and the Marvels
Reviewed by Mike Jurkovic
January 31, 2021

The First Generation 1965-1974
John Mayall
Reviewed by John Kelman
March 18, 2021

Who Do You Think We Are?
Reviewed by John Kelman
September 5, 2021

What Goes Around Comes Around
Kerry Moffit
Reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello
July 28, 2021

This Bitter Earth
Veronica Swift
Reviewed by Mike Jurkovic
March 1, 2021

Live in St. Louis at the Chesterfield Jazz Festival
The Dave Weckl Band
Reviewed by Jim Worsley
April 2, 2021

A Love Supreme -Live In Seattle
John Coltrane
Reviewed by Chris May
September 24, 2021

Behind The Dikes—The 1969 Netherlands Recordings
Bill Evans
Reviewed by Dan McClenaghan
July 19, 2021

Julian Lage
Reviewed by Chris May
June 9, 2021

Future Stride
Emmet Cohen
Reviewed by Mike Jurkovic
January 27, 2021

Chasin' The Trane Revisited
John Coltrane
Reviewed by Chris May
October 3, 2021

Shai Maestro
Reviewed by Chris May
January 25, 2021

Two Roses
Avishai Cohen
Reviewed by Dan McClenaghan
April 7, 2021

Notes with Attachments
Pino Palladino and Blake Mills
Reviewed by Chris May
March 12, 2021

50 Years of Funk and Soul
Tower of Power
Reviewed by John Pietaro
April 15, 2021

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