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Top Ten "Most Read" Articles & CD Reviews: 2006

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All About Jazz tracks how often an article is read, and the articles and CD reviews below represent our top ten published in 2006.

Top Ten Articles

Megaphone
What the F**k Happened to Black Popular Music?
By Kenny Drew, Jr.

Interviews
Marc Ribot: That's the Way I View It From New York
By Paul Olson

Interviews
Ben Monder: Surprise from Cohesion
By Paul Olson

Interviews
Tim Berne: Superstitious Pragmatist
By Paul Olson

Interviews
Pat Martino: At One with His Favorite Toy
By R.J. DeLuke

Interviews
Chris Potter: Raising the Bar
By Mike Brannon

Building a Jazz Library
Pat Metheny: Quantum Musician
By Nathan Holaway

Interviews
Dave Douglas: Music, Commerce and Culture Wars
By Paul Olson

Interviews
Terje Rypdal: In A Miles Mood
By R.J. DeLuke

Interviews
Andrew Hill: Coming Back Full Circle
By Paul Olson

Top Ten CD Reviews

Morph The Cat
Donald Fagen

Kicking Television: Live in Chicago
Wilco

Saudades
Trio Beyond

Underground
Chris Potter

Fillmore West 1969: The Complete Recordings
Grateful Dead

The Ultimate Adventure
Chick Corea

Super Trio
Chick Corea / Steve Gadd / Christian McBride

Metheny Mehldau
Pat Metheny / Brad Mehldau

House On Hill
Brad Mehldau

The Word is Out
Jaco Pastorius Big Band

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