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Article: Year in Review

AAJ's Top 15 Interviews of 2009

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With nearly 150 interviews published in 2009, AAJ continues to provide the most extensive jazz coverage on the web. We also expanded our interview coverage to include, for those surrounding new CD releases: associated Daily Download tracks; accompanying CD reviews; contest giveaways; and more. As always, AAJ provided coverage of well-known artists ...

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Article: Live Review

Molde Jazz: Day 6, July 18, 2009

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Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5 | Day 6 Break of Day in Molde / Crimetime Orchestra / Jaga Jazzist / Arve Henriksen Closing ConcertMolde Jazz Molde, Norway July 18, 2009 It's almost impossible to believe, that after the late nights ...

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Article: Live Review

Molde Jazz: Day 1, July 13, 2009

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Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5 | Day 6 Arve Henriksen Cartography / Bugge Wesseltoft Molde Jazz Molde, Norway July 13, 2009 Descending by plane into Molde airport, it's difficult not to be in awe of the geography surrounding ...

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Article: Album Review

Meanderthals: Desire Lines

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While music of the dance floor is often mistakenly considered as lacking in substance--great beats, but nothing more--electronica artists and even cross-pollinating jazzers like Nils Petter Molvær, Bugge Wesseltoft, and Eivind Aarset are proving that it's possible to make music equally engaging for the mind and body. Certainly Wesseltoft's New Conception of Jazz Box (Jazzland, 2009) ...

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News: Interview

Trumpeter/Composer Jon Hassell Interviewed at AAJ... And Much, Much More!

Trumpeter/Composer Jon Hassell Interviewed at AAJ... And Much, Much More!

He may well be one of the most insidious influences in modern music. Trumpeter, composer and deep thinker Jon Hassell may not have the same name recognition as, say, Miles Davis, but his unmistakable approach to music--he calls it Fourth World music--has affected musicians around the globe, ranging from now friend/co-conspirator Brian Eno, British post-rock crooner ...


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