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The Future of the Music Business: How to Succeed With The New Digital Technologies

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The Future Of The Music Business: How To Succeed With The New Digital Technologies Steve Gordon 362 pages (second edition) ISBN: 00331939 paper Hal Leonard 2008 Much has been written about the steady decline of CD sales and the rise of illegal downloading. The ...

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Peter Mazza: Through My Eyes

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On Through My Eyes, guitarist Peter Mazza explores a diverse range of tones and sonic palettes, combining jazz sensibilities with a rock aesthetic. Mazza, a 1995 semi-finalist in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition, might ruffle the feathers of jazz traditionalists with overdubbing and use of steel string acoustic (in open tunings no less), but the ...

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Noah Baerman Trio: Bliss

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Bliss, the new CD from pianist Noah Baerman's trio, is a collection of nine original compositions by the leader, a respected player and jazz educator. It is extremely rare for a recording to translate effectively the energy an ensemble has during a live performance. Bliss successfully manages to be an exception to this phenomenon.

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Jazz Notes: Interviews Across the Generations

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Jazz Notes: Interviews Across the Generations Sanford Josephson Softcover; 208 pages ISBN: 0313357005 Praeger 2009 Jazz Notes is more than just a compilation of interviews with jazz greats. In addition to talks with luminaries like Hoagy Carmichael and Dave Brubeck, it includes updated conversations ...

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Jeff "Siege" Siegel: Live in Europe

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Drummer/composer Jeff Siegel's Live in Europe presents highlights from two radio shows recorded overseas in 2005. Siegel's quartet--tenor saxophonist Erica Lindsay, pianist Francesca Tanksley and bassist Danton Boller--perform four of Siegel's compositions as well as tunes by Tanksley and Lindsay. Lindsay's opening “Elvin's Circle" is a moody, propulsive tribute to the great drummer ...

Michael Jefry Stevens: Eastern Boundary Quartet, Michael Jefry Stevens Trio, Conference Call & Southern Excursion Quartet

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Eastern Boundary QuartetEastern Boundary Quartet Biem Artisjus2008 Michael Jefry StevensFor AndrewKonnex2008 Conference CallPoetry in MotionClean Feed2008 Southern Excursion QuartetTrading PostARC

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Clawing at the Limits of Cool: Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and the Greatest Jazz Collaboration Ever

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Clawing at the Limits of Cool: Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and the Greatest Jazz Collaboration Ever Farah Jasmine Griffin and Salim Washington Hardcover; 304 pages ISBN: 0312327854 Thomas Dunne Books 2008 Clawing at the Limits of Cool: Miles Davis, John Coltrane and the Greatest Jazz Collaboration ...

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Guitar Duets: Elliott Sharp/Scott Fields & Garrison Fewell/Eric Hofbauer

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Elliott Sharp/Scott Fields Scharfefelder Clean Feed 2008 Garrison Fewell/Eric Hofbauer The Lady of Khartoum Creative Nation Music 2008 Guitar duos present many possibilities for intrepid musicians. Such ...

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Gene Bertoncini / Roni Ben-Hur: Jazz Therapy, Volume 1: Smile

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Smile, the inaugural CD from Motema's Jazz Therapy series, comes from guitarists Gene Bertoncini and Roni Ben-Hur and benefits a very worthy cause. The proceeds from the album, the first recorded collaboration between the pair, go to the Dizzy Gillespie Memorial Fund at Englewood Hospital, providing free medical care to jazz musicians in need.

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Brazilian Trio: Forests

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Forests marks the auspicious debut of the Brazilian Trio--pianist Helio Alves, bassist Nilson Matta and drummer Duduka Da Fonseca--three musicians already well known in Brazilian jazz circles, having played with an impressive list of Latin icons, including Paquito D'Rivera, Rosa Passos and Antonio Carlos Jobim. While the traditional piano trio format serves them ...


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