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Everette Harp: All for You

Read "All for You" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Get into the groove. The opening track of Everette Harp's new album sends that message, loud and clear. “Kisses Don't Lie," an upbeat, contemporary jazz groove with a hint of funk and a danceable beat, sets the tone for All for You , the saxman's latest from A440 Records.

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E.T. Mensah & The Tempos: All For You

Read "All For You" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Though he hailed from Ghana, E.T. Mensah was a musical ambassador for the world. During the '40s, swing had made its way across the Atlantic and planted itself in the popular dance culture of West Africa. For musicians trained in the European (imperial) tradition of marching bands, early jazz bore obvious appeal--and big bands rose to ...