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Article: Book Review

Enrico Bettinello: Storie di Jazz

Read "Enrico Bettinello: Storie di Jazz" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo


Storie di Jazz Enrico Bettinello 330 Pagine Arcana Uno dei libri più avvincenti sul jazz del 2015 viene dall'editoria italiana. Ne è autore Enrico Bettinello, giornalista tra i più preparati del panorama musicale nazionale. Il suo saggio si impone per vivacità di pensiero e acume critico, nello scandagliare le vicende ...

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Article: Bailey's Bundles

Jazz Vocals April

Read "Jazz Vocals April" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Writer's note: Music writing is an avocation. It is not what I do for a living. It exists as that undertaking I do for the satisfaction of possibly educating others about this single essential art. But the reality is I have less and less time to write. As a result, I am limiting my writing to ...

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Article: Record Label Profile

Music Matters slows it down

Read "Music Matters slows it down" reviewed by Greg Simmons


Music Matters is pulling a fast one. For the past several years they've been hawking a series of reissues of the classic Blue Note Records catalogue of the 1950s and 60s. The defining features of this series have been that they've all been re-mastered from the original session tapes by mastering guru Kevin Gray and, in ...

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Article: Album Review

Sonny Clark: Dial "S" For Sonny

Read "Dial "S" For Sonny" reviewed by Greg Simmons


Original copies of Blue Note 1570--Dial “S" For Sonny--are among the rarer Blue Note records, often changing hands for thousands of dollars for even a mediocre copy. That's an awful lot of scratch for a fifty-six year old piece of pressed vinyl and a cardboard sleeve. Fortunately, there are better ways to hear pianist Sonny Clark's ...


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