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Jazz and politics go way back. One can argue that Louis Armstrong's Hot Five and Hot Seven recordings in the 1920s were hot" because he was seeking racial justice through musical talent and vision that exceeded everyone else's at the time. Most blues recordings of the 1930s and '40s also are political in that they were ...
By Roxy Coss
Label: Posi-Tone Records
Track listing: Nevertheless, She Persisted; Little Did She Know; She Needed A Hero, So That's What She Became; Females Are Strong As Hell; Mr. President; #MeToo; Choices; Feminist AF; Nasty Women Grab Back; Ode To a Generation.
by Paul Rauch
Saxophonist/composer Roxy Coss migrated east ten years ago from her native Seattle, seeking a life and career in jazz in New York City. That time has seen her develop a strong and focused voice both as a musician and as an advocate and activist for female artists in America's quintessential art form. Coss gained ...