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South African Jazz: Credits

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This special section is devoted to South African jazz, which has prospered for several decades and developed a distinctive character all its own. AAJ: SA was created in 2002 and has since been updated with a continual stream of new material.

This is the Credits page. To visit the rest of this series, click on the links below.



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South Africa @ All About Jazz would not have been possible without the support of many people. We would like to acknowledge their efforts as ambassadors for this music.

AAJ Contributors:

C. Michael Bailey
Sathima Bea Benjamin
Jack Bowers
Mark Corroto
Laurence Donohue-Greene
Struan Douglas and Iain Harris
John Eyles
Michael P. Gladstone
Eyal Hareuveni
Seton Hawkins
Andrey Henkin
E.J. Iannelli
Nils Jacobson
Jeff Kaliss
Ed Kopp
George Matoian
Chris May
Javier Antonio Quiñones Ortiz
Joel Roberts
Chris M. Slawecki
Jim Santella
Philip A. Songa
Derek Taylor


Special thanks:

To the members of the South African jazz community for sharing their time, their ideas, and so much fine music: especially Leemor Daniel, Damon Forbes, and Mike Perry.

And a heartfelt Freedom Day salute to Mel Puljic, who had the idea in the first place and provided help at so many times along the way. Ubuntu.


Edited by Nils Jacobson


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