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Jack McDuff’s importance to the sub-genres of jazz is beyond what anyone had previously given him credit for, in truth he is an important link to the blending of jazz, soul…
This is certainly an ironic title for someone that ended up in jail for possession of heroin. Art Pepper’s Smack Up was a classic exploration of his instinctive abil…
Arnett Cobb is "Movin’ Right Along" on all eight tracks that encompass this original jazz classic. Released in 1960 originally, it was a roadmap to the sound of bop with se…
.... As if every note was sent from Heaven A Review of Miles Davis’ Masterpiece, "Kind of Blue" Browsing for something new at a local record store, I glanced over in the ja…
A Modern Jazz Symposium of Music and Poetry is a classic recording that should not be overlooked. It was originally released in 1957 between the absolut…

As a prelude to his first undisputed classic "Saxophone Colossus," "Tenor Madness" was recorded in May ’56 during a hyper period of recording. Hoping to distance himself fr…

He's in the pantheon of jazz greats and is arguably one of the finest tenor sax players ever. Alongside the likes of John Coltrane and Lester Young, Sonny Rollins is the…

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