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Pleistocene Moon

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The Review 3.5 / 5 - Good
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Laughing Stock

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The Review 5 / 5 - Excellent
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Ben Webser and Oscar Peterson

Ben Webser and Oscar Peterson — One More Time By Armand Lewis The nature of musical partnerships is not a permanent one. Musicians will work together until a better gig comes along or contractual (or geographic) differences r...
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Coltrane’s Latest Offering

BEBOP AND BEYOND by Armand Lewis~ In what turned out to be the last years before John Coltrane’s untimely death in 1967, the tenor saxophonist discarded the bebop and modal styles that defined such classic albums such as Blue...
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On the Road Again

SONNY ROLLINS – ON THE ROAD AGAIN By Armand Lewis While some of the originators of modern jazz lived to see the digital age arrive in the 1980s, there are precious few still around today releasing new music — let alone ...
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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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Blue Note: Strong at 75

Alfred Lion Founded The Pioneering Jazz Label in 1939; Today, The label Celebrates Its Rich History With Numerous Re-releases Of Classic Recordings by Armand Lewis ~ Today, independent record labels are the norm rather than the...
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Wheedle’s Groove

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The Review 4 / 5 - Very Good
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Illinois Jacquet and Leo Parker

TORONTO 1947 by Armand Lewis ~ There was a time when jazz was not considered an art form, but simply as popular entertainment and the louder, faster and more raucous bands were as exciting to their generation as Elvis or the Be...
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