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Doc Wendell’s Prescription for Swing: "Pres And Teddy-The Lester Young And Teddy Wilson Quartet" (Verve)

By Devon Wendell

The sound of Lester Young’s tenor saxophone is sheer ecstasy. “Pres” (as he was nicknamed by Billie Holiday) was one of the most important, original, and brilliant musicians in the history of jazz. 658 more words

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Live Jazz: Tierney Sutton at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts

By Kathy Schwarz

Brookville, New York. Tierney Sutton has frequently received accolades such as “a singer’s singer” and a “musician’s singer.” But she’s also a listener’s singer, and all three of those descriptions were on full display in her Friday night performance in the… 420 more words

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CD Review: Bob Dylan “Shadows in the Night”

By Devon Wendell

I doubt I’ll be buying Shadows in the Night, the latest Bob Dylan album. Aside from Love And Theft, his albums since the late ’90s have lacked the vocal phrasing that made Dylan so great. 131 more words

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Christmas CD Review: Jennifer Leitham's “Future Christmas”

By Devon Wendell

A truly daunting task for any jazz musician is to create a Christmas album that both swings for the jazz lovers and appeals to a mainstream audience. 555 more words

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The Top 6 Led Zeppelin Bootlegs

To paraphrase James Thurber, the 1970s were the days of bootleg love. In an era before millions of iPhone videos from concerts could be streamed online, bootleg labels like Trade Mark of Quality (TMQ) had profitable businesses selling illegal recordings of entire rock concerts. 1,047 more words

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