Charles Walker

Charles Walker

Dave Brubeck has always been something like the Rubik’s Cube of the jazz world - immediately accessible, deceptively intricate, and massively popular. The clues to under…
What is it about that milieu of musical elements floating about the jazz world of the early sixties that continues to attract young stylists, nearly forty years after its h…
Rick Margitza, as is often mentioned in discussions of the young tenor man, was with Miles Davis for a number of the trumpeter’s last few disjointed years. Widely disparage…
Repertory is tricky at this turn of jazz's first century. On the one hand, Tin Pan Alley provides form, structure, ever-ready blueprints in which to place meaning, through …
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