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American Beauty: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Label: Rhino
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD 1: Box of Rain; Friend of the Devil; Sugar Magnolia; Operator; Candyman; Ripple; Brokedown Palace; Till the Morning Comes; Attics of My Life; Truckin’. CD 2: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (2/18/71)—Bertha; Truckin'; Hurts Me Too; Loser; Greatest Story Ever Told; Johnny B. Goode; Mama Tried; Hard To Handle; Dark Star; Wharf Rat; Dark Star; Me And My Uncle. CD 3: Casey Jones; Playing in the Band; Me And Bobby McGee; Candyman; Big Boss Man; Sugar Magnolia; St. Stephen; Not Fade Away; Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad; Not Fade Away; Uncle John's Band.

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Workingman's Dead - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Label: Rhino
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD 1: Original Album Remastered - Uncle John’s Band; High Time; Dire Wolf; New Speedway Boogie; Cumberland Blues; Black Peter; Easy Wind; Casey Jones. CD 2: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (2/21/71) - Cold Rain And Snow; Me And Bobby McGee; Loser; Easy Wind; Playing In The Band; Bertha; Me And My Uncle; Ripple” (False Start); Ripple; Next Time You See Me; Sugar Magnolia; Greatest Story Ever Told; Johnny B. Goode. CD 3: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (2/21/71) - China Cat Sunflower>I Know You Rider”>Bird Song; Cumberland Blues; I’m A King Bee; Beat It On Down The Line; Wharf Rat; Truckin’; Casey Jones; Good Lovin’; Uncle John’s Band.

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Ready Or Not

Label: Rhino
Released: 2020
Track listing: Liberty; Eternity; Lazy River Road; Samba In The Rain; So Many Roads; Way To Go Home; Corrina; Easy Answers; Days Between.

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Grateful Dead: American Beauty: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Read "American Beauty: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette


If it's true the Grateful Dead epitomize the counter culture of the Sixties, it's also true the iconic group embraced the following decade on its very own terms, at least at the outset of the period. Workingman's Dead (Warner Bros., 1970) represents an authoritative and confident statement of artistic purpose, while its companion piece, American Beauty ...

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Take Five with George Kahn

Read "Take Five with George Kahn" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Meet George Kahn George Kahn majored in music at Brandeis University and moved to jny: Los Angeles in 1976 to pursue a music career as a pianist and film composer. His jazz recording career now spans over 20 years. The George Kahn Trio album, released in 2018 reached #16 on the JazzWeek Charts. His new album, ...

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Meet Doug Collette

Read "Meet Doug Collette" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Doug Collette's pedigree for crafting honest and carefully-considered music analysis lies in a nearly fifty year devotion to contemporary rock and roll, jazz and the blues. During this time, his zeal for writing has grown to (almost) equal his devotion to the musical experiences he has documented from his astute observations of records, videos, books and ...

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Grateful Dead: Workingman's Dead - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Read "Workingman's Dead - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette


Released on-line around the time of the fiftieth anniversary of the release of Workingman's Dead (Warner Bros., 1970), The Angel's Share of over two-and-a-half hours of unreleased studio outtakes and fly-on-the wall conversations from the recording sessions somewhat give the lie to the expeditious cost-effective time the Grateful Dead spent recording their landmark album. But it's ...

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Danny Scher: Back To School With Thelonious Monk

Read "Danny Scher: Back To School With Thelonious Monk" reviewed by Lawrence Peryer


A high-stakes election season. Streets filled with rage and protest. Cries for racial justice and equity. The latest news from summer 2020? Of course, but that also describes the American Scene in the summer of 1968, when a high school student in Palo Alto, California, first got the idea to book Thelonious Monk to play his ...

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John Scofield: One For Swallow

Read "John Scofield: One For Swallow" reviewed by Ian Patterson


From time to time in his storied career John Scofield will take a look over his shoulder and re-examine some of the music that has fed into his own, personal brand of jazz. The influences are many, for no matter the context that Scofield engineers, his distinctive sound always carries something of the blues, a little ...


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