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Most Read Album Reviews: 2023


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All About Jazz tracks how often an album review is read, and the reviews listed below represent our top viewed in 2023. Though All About Jazz generates mostly organic traffic (i.e. via search and from within), results can be skewed by heavy social sharing. Still, most of the albums listed below align with staff favorites.

Double Portrait
Giuseppe Millaci
Reviewed by Mike Jurkovic
September 20, 2023

Funky Nothingness
Frank Zappa
Reviewed by Ken Dryden
June 26, 2023

Dream Box
Pat Metheny
Reviewed by Nenad Georgievski
June 22, 2023

This Moment
Reviewed by Ian Patterson
June 12, 2023

Cecile McLorin Salvant
Reviewed by Katchie Cartwright
March 30, 2023

Evenings At The Village Gate
John Coltrane
Reviewed by Chris May
July 7, 2023

The Source
Kenny Barron
Reviewed by Mike Jurkovic
January 29, 2023

World On A String
Larry McKenna
Reviewed by Richard J Salvucci
November 21, 2023

Your Mother Should Know: Brad Mehldau Plays The Beatles
Brad Mehldau
Reviewed by Mike Jurkovic
January 27, 2023

Got The Keys To The Kingdom: Live At The Village Vanguard
Chris Potter
Reviewed by Chris May
January 26, 2023

Lakecia Benjamin
Reviewed by Mike Jurkovic
January 7, 2023

SuperBlue: The Iridescent Spree
Kurt Elling & Charlie Hunter
Reviewed by Chris May
June 14, 2023

All Around Man: Live In London
Rory Gallagher
Reviewed by Doug Collette
August 13, 2023

Kings Highway
Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band
Reviewed by Cary Tenenbaum
July 7, 2023

Everything Is Going to Be OK
GoGo Penguin
Reviewed by Geno Thackara
April 19, 2023

You've Got To Learn
Nina Simone
Reviewed by Chris May
July 19, 2023

Your Requests
Laila Biali
Reviewed by Dan Bilawsky
May 16, 2023

You're The One
Rhiannon Giddens
Reviewed by Katchie Cartwright
August 11, 2023

La fòla de l'oca/Overtime
Roberto Bonati + ParmaFrontiere Orchestra
Reviewed by Duncan Heining
July 6, 2023

Espérame en el Cielo
Gilbert Castellanos
Reviewed by Ken Laster
January 29, 2023

Far Far Away
Jim Snidero
Reviewed by Dan McClenaghan
January 23, 2023

Beck Bogert & Appice Live In Japan 1973 Live In London 1974
Jeff Beck
Reviewed by Scott Gudell
September 24, 2023

Fever: A Peggy Lee Celebration
Ann Hampton Callaway
Reviewed by Richard J Salvucci
January 18, 2023

Dynamic Maximum Tension
Darcy James Argue's Secret Society
Reviewed by Katchie Cartwright
September 3, 2023

The Gennett Suite
Buselli / Wallarab Jazz Orchestra
Reviewed by Dan McClenaghan
June 6, 2023

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