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14 blogs about Jazz.

  1. Between Sound and Space: ECM Records and Beyond
    “The only archive reviewing every ECM album in existence.” By Tyran Grillo. 🇺🇸

    Interview with Former ECM Producer Sun Chung
    I recently had a the honor of interviewing former ECM producer Sun Chung, who now runs his own label, Red Hook Records. Click the photo below to see the interview on All About Jazz. (Photo …
    By Tyran Grillo, 46 words

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  2. Creed Taylor Produced
    “A look at the music produced by legendary producer Creed Taylor.” By Mark Cathcart. 🇺🇸

    Pete Turner: The Color of Light (Exhibition)
    A new exhibition of Pete Turner’s amazing color pictures opens this week in New York City. Sadly I won’t be able to attend. If you can attend, I thoroughly recommend making time. As good as …
    By cathcam, 58 words

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  3. Deep Groove Mono
    “A jazz record collector blog designed, developed, written, and maintained independently by Richard Capeless.” 🇺🇸

    Jazz/Audio Critic Ken Micallef Interviews DGM’s Rich Capeless
    About a week ago I was watching audiophile and jazz critic Ken Micallef’s YouTube video on the new Tone Poet reissue of John Coltrane’s classic album Blue Train, and suddenly my name came up. As …
    By Richard Capeless, 63 words

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  4. FLOPHOUSE | magazine
    “…dedicated to hard bop, soul jazz and Hammond grooves.”

    D.B. Blues
    PROFILE – DANIEL BULATKIN Promising Czech keyboardist works on his career from location Rotterdam. It pays to wander off Main Street and take side streets and alleys. I was not familiar with Daniel Bulatkin but …
    By Francois, 307 words

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  5. FW Rare Jazz Vinyl Collector
    By Fredrik. 🇸🇪

    Booker Ervin "Groovin' High" on Prestige PRLP 7417
    Booker Ervin on Prestige = always great stuff. View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize This is one of those lovely Booker Ervin titles on Prestige. There are plenty of other titles on Prestige …
    By Fredrik, 287 words

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  6. the Heat Warps
    “Revisiting every Miles Davis live tape from 1969 to 1975 in chronological order.” By Jeremy Erwin.

    7.1.1975 Avery Fisher Hall
    The wealth of documentation chronicling Miles Davis’ electric period begins with an 85-minute audience reel captured at a small club in Rochester, NY on February 25, 1969. It concludes here at Lincoln Center on July …
    By Jeremy Erwin, 1,039 words

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  7. Impressions of Vince
    “Commentary, discussions and random thoughts about San Francisco-born jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi, beloved by many … and affectionately known as Dr. Funk.” By Derrick Bang, Scott McGuire. 🇺🇸

    Bits & bobs: Winter 2023
    Late last year, I spent a delightful couple of hours chatting with Bill Carter, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania. As some of you know, he's also an accomplished jazz pianist …
    By Derrick Bang, 348 words

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  8. It's A Raggy Waltz
    “I collect jazz on vinyl, I dig the Dave Brubeck Quartet, & I write about it.” 🇺🇸

    Songs From My Childhood – Episode I: Somethin’ Else // Cannonball Adderley (Blue Note 1595)
    Do you remember what it was? Do you remember the tune, the song, the album, the artist that started you on the path to becoming a jazz fan? What was it about that particular item …
    By Tarik, 1,219 words

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  9. Jazz Collector
    “Jazz Collector is the leading jazz blog and jazz website for those who love jazz and treasure the history, archives, ephemera and, most of all, the music.” By Al Perlman.

    Watching Some Original Original And Not So Original Jazz Vinyl
    Very interesting thread on the previous post. Glad everyone has been able to keep the conversation going in my absence. For the record, I am and always will be an original, no matter what anyone …
    By Al, 582 words

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  10. Jazz Scan
    “Jazz ain't dead; it's just evolving!” By Derrick Bang, Ric Bang, Scott McGuire. 🇺🇸

    Holiday Jazz 2022: Where did everybody go?
    [Web master's note: Northern California film critic Derrick Bang — the eldest, youngest and only son of this site's primary jazz guru, Ric Bang — has surveyed the holiday jazz scene for a quarter century …
    By Derrick Bang, 4,033 words

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  11. JazzWax
    “Marc Myers writes daily on jazz legends and legendary jazz recordings.”

    Interview: Bill Crow, Part 2
    Bill Crow came to the bass accidentally in 1950. But he was ready for the challenge. Within two years, he was recording with Claude Thornhill and then Stan Getz. But Bill was no ordinary bassist. …
    By Marc Myers, 3,438 words

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  12. Jerry Jazz Musician
    “A non-commercial website whose mission is to explore the culture of America with jazz music, jazz history, and jazz culture as the centerpiece.” 🇺🇸

    Two poets remember Jaco Pastorius
    . . Chris Hakkens, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons Jaco Pastorius with Weather Report; 1980 . ___ . Understanding Jaco That one song still holds the power to haunt. I peeled apart its soulful …
    By Joe Maita, 820 words

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  13. LondonJazzCollector
    “Adventures in collecting "modern jazz": the classical music of America from the Fifties and Sixties, and a little Seventies, on original vinyl, on a budget, from England.” 🇬🇧

    Sonny Rollins: BN LP 1542 (1956) Blue Note Deep Dive! (updated)
    A record collector Public Service Post. Some records are essential, Sonny Rollins BN LP 1542 is one. Looking to upgrade to “an original”? Want to know when your copy was manufactured? Look more closely at …
    By LondonJazzCollector, 2,832 words

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  14. Screen Action Jazz
    “Commentary and breaking news regarding the golden age of jazz soundtracks that supplied a swing backdrop for the suspenseful adventures of secret agents, private detectives, cops, spies and heist-minded criminals.” By Derrick Bang. 🇺🇸

    The beat goes on: Confess, Fletch
    One would assume, given a soundtrack album laden with iconic classics by Horace Silver, Chet Baker, Dexter Gordon and many others, that this film score is saturated with jazz.Well … not exactly. But more on …
    By Derrick Bang, 816 words

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