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Cheryl Francis saved to Icons
Thanks to the likes of Esperanza Spalding, Trombone Shorty, and Cécile McLorin Salvant, jazz has found a new rhythm.
VANITY FAIR saved to The VF Portrait Studio
It was a piece of black and white magic, a perfect fusion of sound and music boasting Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington – and lots of smoke. Can the landmark TV show now bewitch a new generation of fans?
Jerrilyn Rothenberg saved to Paintings
Richard Brody reviews “The Complete Riverside Recordings” of Thelonious Monk, a fifteen-disk set of his sessions, in the studio and live, for the label.
Peter Kohan saved to Music Pics
The recent release, from Mosaic Records, of the eight-disk set “The Complete Hank Mobley Blue Note Sessions 1963-70” (https://amzn.to/3dGuBxy) does more than make a significant batch of Mobley’s music compendiously available; it also tells a story of a great artist and of his times.
ProJazzNet saved to New Jazz Releases
Anybody know what kind of bass he played (in this picture at least)? That thing looks and sounds absolutely massive, assuming Jimmy wasn't a small man....
L. Duane Jackson saved to Favorite Artist
Not just a jazz genius, Miles Davis was also a sartorial chameleon, easily carrying off the Ivy League Look and slim-cut European suits with ass-kicking charm.
Diane Mills-Johnson saved to Miles
Jazz Musician. Born in the slums of segregated New Orleans, Louisiana, neglected, with no supervision, he spent most of his time on the streets, singing with neighborhood kids for loose change and searching garbage cans for food. Delinquency landed him in the New Orleans Waif's Home, where, under the tutelage of the...
djayjenk saved to ICONIC JAZZ
“Ron Carter” image by Andrea Palmucci. All Rights Reserved. View more jazz images at All About Jazz Photo Gallery.
Серегин Егор saved to photo b