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ARTICLE: UNDER THE RADAR

Eddie Durham: Genius in the Shadows

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On December 13, 1932, in the eye of the Great Depression that was devastating the record industry, the Bennie Moten Orchestra shuffled “on their uppers" into a converted church in Camden, N.J., and silently launched the Swing Era, three years before clarinetist Benny Goodman's formal inauguration as the “King of Swing" at the Palomar Ballroom in ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Ezra Weiss: The Shirley Horn Suite

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Pianist Ezra Weiss' love of Shirley Horn's music began in his youth, coming to fruition on lovingly crafted The Shirley Horn Suite, his tribute to the singer and pianist who died in 2005. A mix of originals and standards, his fifth album as leader is a sophisticated work, with some fresh compositions and terrific performances.

ARTICLE: TAKE FIVE WITH...

Take Five with Wynton Marsalis

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Status: Nine-time Grammy Award-winning jazz performer.

DOB: October 18, 1961 In: New Orleans, LA

Hobbies/Interests: “Play basketball. I like to read. I like to play chess."

Favorite Movies: “[Pause]...see, it's so many. Let me see if I can...any Hitchcock. Elie Kazan's. John Ford. [Pause]...favorite movies...there's so many good ones...I can't ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Robert Levin: The War is Over - A Conversation About Jazz

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[Editor's Note: Interview conducted by Eleanor Brietel, New York Editor of The Drill Press. Most of this interview, originally published on the Buzzle website, was conducted via email.]



Eleanor Brietel: You've published fiction and you also write essays on a variety of subjects. I want, however, to confine this discussion to your ...