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Jimi Hendrix

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Guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Born Johnny Allen Hendrix (later changed to James Marshall) on November 27, 1942, in Seattle, Washington. Learning to play guitar as a teenager, Hendrix grew up to become a rock guitar legend. He began his career by playing in a number of bands in his youth. Hendrix later enlisted in the United States Army in 1961 and became as a paratrooper. Even as a soldier, Hendrix found time for music, creating a band named The King Casuals. He served in the army until 1965 when he was discharged because of an injury. After leaving the military, Hendrix pursued his music, working as a session musician and playing backup for such performers as Little Richard, Sam Cooke, and the Isley Brothers

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Rainy Day Chillin'

Label: April First Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Jimi’s Room Blues 1; Miles Eases In; Tomorrow Maybe; Call McCartney; Jimi’s Room Blues 2; Walking Riverside; If 16 Were 9 Minus 0; Raindy Day Chillin'; Jimi's Blue w/Miles.

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Los Angeles Forum April 26, 1969

Label: Legacy Recordings/Experience Hendrix
Released: 2022
Track listing: Introduction - Tax Free; Foxey Lady; Red House; Spanish Castle Magic; Star Spangled Banner; Purple Haze; I Don’t Live Today; Medley-Voodoo Child (Slight Return); Sunshine Of Your Love; Voodoo Child (Slight Return).

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Article: Live Review

Gov't Mule at the Fox Theatre

Read "Gov't Mule at the Fox Theatre" reviewed by Geoff Anderson


Gov't Mule Fox Theatre Boulder, Colorado September 17, 2022 What's new with Gov't Mule? Like every other band in the world, they had to take a COVID break from touring. And now, like many bands, they are back on the road after their forced vacation. One thing that's new is their ...

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Article: Live Review

Jazz In Marciac 2022

Read "Jazz In Marciac 2022" reviewed by Martin McFie


Le Chapiteau, L'Astrada, Jgo Jazz in Marciac Marciac, Southern France July 22 to August 6, 2022 The 43rd annual Jazz in Marciac festival welcomed a quarter million concert visitors to the 13th century French village of Marciac (population 1,247). Jazz in Marciac comes late and runs long in the European ...

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Article: Album Review

George Grydkovets: Rise

Read "Rise" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Ukrainian guitarist & composer George Grydkovets makes his debut here, in a trio accompanied by upright bassist Valentin Kornivenko and drummer Pavel Galitsky (trumpeter Dennis Adu plays on three tracks). Grydkovets currently resides in New York, where he studies at the New School's School of Jazz and Contemporary Music. He recorded this album near his hometown ...

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Article: Live Review

Lizz Wright at Yoshi's Oakland

Read "Lizz Wright at Yoshi's Oakland" reviewed by Walter Atkins


Lizz Wright Yoshi's Oakland Oakland CA June 29, 2022 The accomplished vocalist and songwriter Lizz Wright introduced an exceptional blend of gospel, folk and jazz genres to an exuberant assembly at Yoshi's. Wright, accompanied by pianist Kenny Banks, gracefully took the stage to a full house in one of the San ...

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Article: Take Five With...

Take Five with Anita Donndorff

Read "Take Five with Anita Donndorff" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Meet Anita Donndorff Anita Donndorff is a 26 year-old Argentinean singer. She began her musical journey in 2017, and has become one of the most influential singers in the jazz scene in Buenos Aires. She has performed at some of the most important music venues in Argentina, such as Teatro San Martin, Virasoro Bar, Bebop Club, ...

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Article: In Pictures

Kamasi Washington, Trombone Shorty and George Clinton Kickoff a New Season of Outdoor Music

Read "Kamasi Washington, Trombone Shorty and George Clinton Kickoff a New Season of Outdoor Music" reviewed by Dave Kaufman


The jny: New York City summer music season kicked off with a series of extravagant concerts that turned out large crowds to the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn in Prospect Park and Central Park SummerStage presentations. The comfortable temperatures and low humidity created perfect conditions for outdoor events. Perhaps, the crowds were also buoyed by a collective sense ...

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Article: Album Review

The Rolling Stones: El Mocambo 1977

Read "El Mocambo 1977" reviewed by Doug Collette


The die-cut design of the double-CD cover for the Rolling Stones' El Mocambo 1977 mitigates at least to some degree the borderline amateurish cover art. But reversing the pink and blue covers of the twenty-page booklet inside the dual-fold package achieves a greater end than simply altering the simplistic cosmetics; its extraction also reveals a Paul ...


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