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Gut Bucket Blues

On this day in 1926, a new jazz record was released, though it was recorded in the fall of 1925. On that Autumn day, Louis Armstrong and his new band went into the studio and made a recording for Okeh Records called “Gut Bucket Blues,” which is considered to be a low-down blues. 210 more words


Yup, I’m a complete book geek. It’s a definite sickness!

If you also love books, and enjoy horror, fantasy, science fiction or just stories with an odd twist, check out my current offerings on Amazon or Fox Spirit Books


Marketing Seminar

Join me at the Tempe Public Library on February 25th, 2017 from 10:00am to 12:00pm. I’ll be sharing marketing and advertising tips and tricks, answering questions, and giving promotional ideas. 19 more words

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Should ARC reviews always be positive?

As you’re reading the title, I can already see you going, “Of course not! You’re supposed to be honest while reviewing.” And yes, I agree. The whole point of being an advanced reader is that you provide the author/publisher with real, helpful feedback. 643 more words


Michael Brecker

I recently spoke to a number of jazz musicians and asked them, “Who do you think was the greatest tenor saxophone player ever?” The list was short, but at the top were John Coltrane, Dexter Gordon, Sonny Rollins, Stan Getz, Lester Young, and Joe Henderson. 304 more words


Guest editor in Sustainability's special issue

If you’re working on evaluating the sustainability of urban agriculture by advancing in new methodological approaches or assessing specific case studies, check out the information on the new special issue of the… 577 more words