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ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Charles Lloyd at SFJAZZ

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Charles Lloyd
SFJAZZ
jny: San Francisco, CA
April 24-26, 2015

Even in the idiosyncratic world of jazz, Charles Lloyd stands apart. Born in jny: Memphis in 1938, Lloyd is a master of the tenor saxophone and flute. His ethnic mix--Irish, Cherokee, African, and Mongolian--mirrors the vast number of musical styles he ...

ARTICLE: RECORD LABEL PROFILES

Storyville Records: A Treasure Trove of Swinging Jazz

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Since its foundation during the European revivalist movement of the early 1950s, Copenhagen-based Storyville Records has grown into a major repository of New Orleans, big band and mainstream recordings. With something approaching 600 releases in its back catalogue, the label is a treasure trove of jazz that swings.

Founded in 1952 by Danish jazz ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Floyd McDaniel with Dave Specter & the Bluebirds: West Side Baby

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Floyd McDaniel moved to Chicago with his family when he was fifteen, in 1930. He joined a washboard band called the Rhythm Rascals in 1933 and in the following decade he was a member of a jump blues combo called the Five Blazes, which recorded for the Aristocrat label in 1947. This live performance was recorded ...

It Ain't Over! Delmark Celebrates 55 Years of Blues at Buddy Guy's Legends in Chicago

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It Ain't Over! Delmark Celebrates 55 Years of Blues at Buddy Guy's Legends in Chicago
Delmark Records
2009



Recorded live in Chicago at guitarist/vocalist Buddy Guy's Legends on March 7, 2008, It Ain't Over! is a celebration of Delmark Records' 55th year in the record business. ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Roosevelt Sykes: Nasty But It's Clean

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The Honeydripper, Willie Kelly, Easy Papa Johnson, and Dobby Bragg- just a few of the aliases ascribed to one Roosevelt Sykes, the prodigal juke joint pianist. Sykes was one of the few stylists whose successfully straddled the decades. From his beginnings in the 1920s and he continued to wax records into the 60s after his relocation ...