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Norman Granz' J.A.T.P.: Carnegie Hall, 1949

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This release, one might suspect, is a tribute to Norman Granz, who died late last year. A tireless promoter of jazz, one of Granz’s first projects was the Jazz at the Philharmonic series, which successfully presented jazz to a more cultured audience. Although criticized by some as vaudeville for pandering to the masses, the concerts were often a chance to see veterans and younger players who otherwise might never have played together. The song selection isn’t all that challenging, reflecting ...


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