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The Van Gelder Sessions

Rudy Van Gelder Began Recording Jazz Greats Like Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis, Art Blakely and John Coltrane For Blue Note In His Parent’s New Jersey Living Room By Carter James ~ I often tell my friends who own record stores ...
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Playboy Magazine’s Jazz Legacy

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Overall Review 3 / 5 - Above Average
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Jutta Hipp

LOST RADIO SESSIONS FOUND By Armand Lewis Women have never had an easy time as jazz instrumentalists. The stresses of leading a band, the difficulties of life on the road, the competitive nature of soloing and not least, the ti...
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Howard McGhee

Howard McGhee West Coast

By Armand Lewis Historians have dated the dawn of modern jazz in Los Angeles to December 10, 1945: The opening night of the Charlie Parker / Dizzy Gillespie Quintet at Billy Berg’s nightclub in Hollywood. While this date mark...
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Lars Gullin – Liquid Moves

Bebop and Beyond by Armand Lewis While modern jazz originated in the United States during the mid 1940s, it quickly spread around the world and by the 1950s, there were jazz modernists in most industrialized countries, includin...
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Oscar Pettiford

Oscar Pettiford in Germany

KEEPING TIME WITH OSCAR PETTIFORD by Armand Lewis ~ During the swing era, the bass was rarely prominent in either performance or recording. Used almost exclusively to “keep time” and to maintain the rhythmic foundation behi...
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Hayden and Bley’s Last Protest, Time/Life

BY ARMAND LEWIS JAZZ IS NOT NORMALLY considered to be protest music. By their nature, songs of protest or political struggle require lyrics. Being a predominantly instrumental form, jazz cannot express musically what can be ex...
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Sonny Criss: Imperial Sessions

By Armand Lewis Historians have dated the dawn of modern jazz in Los Angeles to December 10, 1945: the Jazz is one of the very few musical genres that has a capitol. The capitol of country music may be Nashville, but the capito...
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100 Years Ago Today

Bebop and Beyond by Armand Lewis On February 26, 1917, five New Orleans musicians went into the Victor Records studios in New York City to record two tunes for release on one 10” 78rpm single. Victor Records 18255 would be re...
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