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Bobby Sanabria Spreads The Latin Jazz Gospel

Read "Bobby  Sanabria Spreads The  Latin Jazz Gospel" reviewed by Steve Bryant

Drummer, percussionist, composer, educator, Bobby Sanabria has gained renown and respect from fans and musicians alike as one of the foremost proponents of what is labeled Afro-Cuban/Latin Jazz. Born and raised in the South Bronx, Sanabria performed with a veritable Who's Who in the world of jazz and Latin music, as well as with his own ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Old Time Musketry: Different Times

Read "Different Times" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Brooklyn-based Old Time Musketry is a band whose moniker foreshadows one aspect of the sound it's after, steeped in folk music and Americana. But the quartet's debut, Different Times, contains so much more. First and foremost, Old Time Musketry is a jazz quartet. Sure there's quite a bit of accordion and clarinet on this recording, but ...

ARTICLE: DAN'S DEN

Goodbye Phoebe and Hello Timme

Read "Goodbye Phoebe and Hello Timme" reviewed by Dan Morgenstern

Phoebe Jacobs, who left us on April 9, 2012 just a couple of months shy of 94, was a most remarkable lady who did so much for the music and its makers, as so well-documented in last month's Big Band in the Sky.I first encountered Phoebe when she was handling press and taking care ...

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Swing! / Episode 2 - "Birth of the Big Bands"

Swing! / Episode 2 - "Birth of the Big Bands"

Soulandjazz.com Presents: Swing! Episode 2--Birth of the Big Bands Hosted and Produced by J. Scott Fugate, “The Jazz Evangelist" As always, the show is free, absolutely legal, fun for the whole family, and available for listening right now, right here. Welcome back to another episode of Swing! This month we explore the birth of the ...

George Lewis: A Power Stronger Than Itself

Read "George Lewis: A Power Stronger Than Itself" reviewed by Lloyd N. Peterson Jr.

As an improviser, educator and an explorer of musical expression, George Lewis has become one of the significant contributors towards the respect and recognition Jazz is finally receiving as one of America's most notable and distinguished cultural achievements. He recently published what I consider to be one of the most critical books on Jazz and African ...

Ken Burns Jazz: The Story Of America's Music

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2000
Track listing: Star Dust; Death Comes-a-Creepin? in My Room; Memphis Blues; Livery Stable Blues; Charleston; Chimes Blues; Back Water Blues; The Pearls; Dead Man Blues; Wild Cat Blues; Cake Walkin? Babies (From Home); Sugar Foot Stomp; Heebie Jeebies; Potato Head Blues; West End Blues; The Mooche; East St. Louis Toodle-Oo; Black Beauty; Mood Indigo; There Ain?t No Sweet Man (Worth the Salt of My Tears); Singin? the Blues; Riverboat Shuffle; Hotter than ?ell; I Got Rhythm; It Don?t Mean a Thing (if it Ain?t Got That Swing); Echoes of Harlem; Moten Swing; St. Louis Blues; Ain?t Misbehavin?; For Dancers Only; King Porter Stomp; Rose Room; Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing); Jumpin? at the Woodside; Sent for You Yesterday and Here You Come Today; Lester Leaps In; Oh, Lady, Be Good!; Without Your Love; Strange Fruit; God Bless the Child; Three Little Words; Rebecca; Harlem Congo; A-Tisket, A-Tasket; Shine; Dear Old Southland; Body and Soul; Cotton Tail; Take the ?A? Train; Begin the Beguine; In the Mood; Well, Git It!; Solitude; Drum Boogie; Salt Peanuts; Groovin? High; Ko-Ko; Scrapple from the Apple; Embraceable You; Get Happy; Epistrophy; Straight, No Chaser; Manteca; Moon Dreams; Just Friends; Rockin? Chair; They Can?t Take That Away From Me; Walkin? Shoes; Fine and Mellow; Doodlin?; I Get a Kick Out of You; St. Thomas; Django; Take Five; So What; Giant Steps; Rick Kick Shaw; Chronology; Original Faubus Fables; Acknowledgment; Hello, Dolly; Desafinado; In a Sentimental Mood; Tourist Point of View; E.S.P.; Spanish Key; Birdland; Mister Magic; Rockit; Un Ange en Danger; Tanya; Soon All Will Know; Death Letter; Take the ?A? Train.

The Best Of Ken Burns JAZZ

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2000
Track listing: Star Dust; Dead Man Blues; Dear Old Southland; Singin? the Blues; St. Louis Blues; The Mooche; Hotter Than ?ell; King Porter Stomp; Begin the Beguine; Cotton Tail; Jumpin? at the Woodside; Solitude; Groovin? High; Straight, No Chaser; They Can?t Take That Away From Me; Take Five; Doodlin?; Giant Steps; So What; Take the ?A? Train.

Ken Burns Jazz: The Story Of America

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2000
Track listing: Star Dust; Death Comes-a-Creepin

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ken Burns: Ken Burns Jazz: The Story Of America's Music

Read "Ken Burns Jazz: The Story Of America's Music" reviewed by Jim Santella

Controversial? Come on. How can this be controversial? Y2K was controversial. The November 7th U.S. Presidential election was controversial. But Ken Burns doing a service for the millions of PBS television viewers who know jazz only as a four-letter word? How can that be controversial? A five-CD boxed set, The Story Of America's Music is arranged ...


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