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13 blogs about Jazz.

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

    BIRD by Christina Rauh Fishburne (Book Review)
    Between the covers of BIRD, Christina Rauh Fishburne offers a chapbook of moving images and emotional tableaux using words as her pigment and a keen sense of observation as her brush. Her prose poems are …
    By Tyran Grillo, 496 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

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

    78s Added to New “Record Collection” Database
    Hello again. I have now completed the 78s section of my new collection database. Satisfy your curiosity and head on over for a look-see!
    By Richard Capeless, 31 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per year. Started in .

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

    Lieb & The Ultimate Sideman
    ERIC INEKE & DAVID LIEBMAN – In 2012, Dutch drummer Eric Ineke and saxophonist and flautist David Liebman compiled The Ultimate Sideman, a historical narrative and a discussion of Ineke’s experiences with jazz giants and …
    By Francois, 633 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

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

    "5 by Monk by 5" by the Thelonious Monk Quintet on Riverside RLP 12-305
    Monk’s Riverside titles are a joy to explore. View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize There are so many Monk albums I’m after. Several are on Riverside like this one …
    By Fredrik, 274 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

  5. 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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  6. 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. 🇺🇸

    Thanksgiving comes early this year!
    Big news, gang. We’ve all held our breath since late last year, hoping that the reception for the Definitive, Super Deluxe Charlie Brown Christmas — and the recently discovered, isn’t-it-fabulous original session recordings that produced …
    By Derrick Bang, 592 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per year. Started in .

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

    Waiting For Spring // David Benoit (GRP 9595)
    I know what you’re thinking. “David Benoit?! We’ve waited a year for a record review and it’s David Benoit?!? What the heck is Tarik doing writing about HIM?!” Weeeeell hold on there. This may seem …
    By Tarik, 1,386 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per year. Started in .

  8. 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.

    Jazz Collector Podcast — Sept. 24, 2023
    This week’s theme: The Riverside Label, Part IThe post Jazz Collector Podcast — Sept. 24, 2023 first appeared on
    By Al, 27 words

    Feed Roughly one post per week. Started in .

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

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    Richard Davis (1930-2023), Part 1
    Richard Davis, whose soulful, pronounced upright bass was heard on a wide range of post-war sideman recordings—from chamber jazz and hard bop to free, funk, fusion and spiritual jazz—and on a variety of albums of …
    By Marc Myers, 500 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per week. Started in .

  11. 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.” 🇺🇸

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    By Joe Maita, 17 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per week.

  12. 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.” 🇬🇧

    Paul Gonsalves/Tubby Hayes: Just Friends (1965) EMI
    Selection 1: Pedro’s Walk (Hamer) . . . Selection 2: Mini Minor (Hamer) . . . Track List A1 Tupa (Hayes; Gonsalves),A2 Amber Mood (Deuchar)A3 Just Friends (Klenner; Lewis)B1 Pedro’s Walk (Hamer) B2.Baby …
    By LondonJazzCollector, 953 words

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  13. 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. 🇺🇸

    Recent discovery: Blue Ice
    Michael Caine was born to star in spy thrillers, which became obvious during his career-making portrayal of Len Deighton’s Harry Palmer, in The Ipcress File. (Deighton’s protagonist actually remains unnamed in his 1962 novel and …
    By Derrick Bang, 1,130 words

    Feed Roughly eight posts per year. Started in .