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Top 15 "Recommended" Articles: 2015

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All About Jazz tracks how often an article is recommended, and the articles listed below represent our top fifteen published in 2015.

Paul Jost: The First Thing is Heart
Paul Jost
by Chris M. Slawecki
Published: February 12, 2015

Ron Aprea: On John Lennon, Jazz Legends, And Life In Music
Ron Aprea
by Dan Bilawsky
Published: August 16, 2015

Yelena Eckemoff: Growing Into Jazz
Yelena Eckemoff
by Mark Sullivan
Published: November 10, 2015

Bill Laswell: No Boundaries
Bill Laswell
by Nenad Georgievski
Published: March 30, 2015

John McLaughlin
John McLaughlin
by Alan Bryson
Published: August 31, 2015

Top Ten Guitarists Who Left Us Too Soon
Jimi Hendrix
by Alan Bryson
Published: December 3, 2015

Eddie Gomez: The Call of the Wild
Eddie Gomez
by Robin Arends
Published: February 6, 2015

Pamela Rose: Tribute To Etta James at The California Jazz Conservatory
Pamela Rose
by Walter Atkins
Published: February 21, 2015

Les McCann: Never Say No Again
Les McCann
by Chris M. Slawecki
Published: June 2, 2015

Gabriel Vicéns: Puerto Rican Jazz Guitar
Gabriel Vicéns
by Mark Sullivan
Published: November 14, 2015

Lisa Fischer & Grand Baton At Yoshi's Oakland
Lisa Fischer
by Walter Atkins
Published: April 23, 2015

John Coltrane and the Meaning of Life
John Coltrane
by Douglas Groothuis
Published: January 22, 2015

Pat Metheny Group: Travels
Pat Metheny Group
by John Kelman
Published: February 23, 2015

Gary Burton: On ECM & Playing With Pat Metheny
Gary Burton
by Mark Sullivan
Published: September 18, 2015

Two OA2 Records Releases Featuring Pianist Michael Kocour
Michael Kocour, Unhinged Sextet
by Mark Sullivan
Published: May 26, 2015

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