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Today's Track: Vad nu (Sat, 21 Oct 2017)
 Download « Vad nu » free jazz mp3 Listen to Vad nu (7:30) By Artist/Band Trallskogen From the Album Trollskogen (Nikasounds) More Downloads
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Jazz Music News

MUSIC INDUSTRY: Low Society's "Sanctified" - 2018 Grammy Awards, for Your Consideration (Sat, 21 Oct 2017)

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BOOK / MAGAZINE: Recent Reading: A Book About Vibes (Sat, 21 Oct 2017)

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ADVOCACY: The Sonny Rollins Bridge Project Seeks to Rename NYC's Williamsburg Bridge to Commemorate Rollins' Musical Sabbatical There from 1959-1961 (Sat, 21 Oct 2017)

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All About Jazz Feature Articles

Stunt Records in the Spotlight: Enrico Pieranunzi and Sinne Eeg (Sat, 21 Oct 2017)

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Five Women X - Aubrey Logan; Robyn Spangler; Lauren Kinhan; Jackieen Allen; Michelle Lordi (Sat, 21 Oct 2017)

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Herbie Nichols -- Love, Gloom, Cash, Love (Sat, 21 Oct 2017)

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All About Jazz Album Reviews

: Stunt Records in the Spotlight: Enrico Pieranunzi and Sinne Eeg (Sat, 21 Oct 2017)
For a long time, Stunt Records has released high quality music from the Danish jazz scene, some albums have gone on to become classics while others have just pleased those in the know. In terms of genres, Stunt is a curious label with an ear for many genres, including avant-garde, world music, funk... [ read more ]
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Jacques Lesure: For the Love of You (Sat, 21 Oct 2017)
For one to whom almost every well-strummed guitar sounds basically the same, an honest appraisal of any guitar-led group must begin with other earmarks such as group interplay, individual dexterity, choice of material and over-all level of musicianship. Happily, guitarist {{m: Jacques Lesure = 1297... [ read more ]
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Harris Eisenstadt: Recent Developments (Sat, 21 Oct 2017)
How do you pass the tedium of a long haul flight? Catch up on sleep, or take in those films you meant to watch but never got round to viewing? Few of us spend the time as productively as Canadian drummer m: Harris Eisenstadt who sketched out the main elements of his Recent Developments s... [ read more ]
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All About Jazz Feature Interviews

Jamie Saft: Jazz in the Key of Iggy (Fri, 20 Oct 2017)

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David Torn: Making Records, Film Composition, and Working With David Bowie (Thu, 19 Oct 2017)

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The Dazzling Alexis Cole (Thu, 19 Oct 2017)

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Wouter Turkenburg: Jazz Education in the New Millennium (Tue, 17 Oct 2017)

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CAREER: 10 Things You Should Do as Soon as You Sign up New Music for Distribution ()
While signing up for a distribution process is certainly an important of getting your music out there, it doesn't end there. Here we look at ten things you must do once you've signed it up for distribution to ensure your new tunes actually make an impact. Guest post by Chris Robley of DIY Musician...
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BOOK / MAGAZINE: Recent Reading: A Book About Vibes ()
Anthony Smith, Masters of The Vibes (Marimba Productions, Inc.) Smith's book includes a timeline that traces the history of the vibraphone, which early in its life began to be popularly known to its players and to listeners simply as vibes or the vibes. The greater part of the book consists of Smith's transcribed conversations with 34 vibes players -- famous ones like m: Terry Gibbs, m: Gary Burton, m: Charlie Shoemake and Warren Wolf, and newcomers including m: Yuhan Su, m: Joel Ross and m: Jake Chapman...
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Your Jazz Improvisation Audit: 36 Questions That Will Show You What You REALLY Know
It’s time to get down to business… The business of finding out if you’re on track to achieve your musical goals and develop into the musician you want to become. While we often focus on the solos of master musicians and important improvisation concepts here at JazzAdvice, today we’re going to focus on you. Specifically the skills you’ve developed on your musical journey. It’s time for your “musical audit.” But don’t freak out! An audit is simply a systematic inspection of a business’s accounts to ensure accuracy. And for musicians, this means testing your skills and knowledge to ensure that you’re on track in the essential areas of improvisation  – theory, ear training, and tunes & language. The truth is, the way we see our musical-selves is not always entirely accurate. In your daily routine it’s easy to think “Sure, I know music theory” or “Yeah, I have decent ears” or “I know enough tunes.” However, we rarely get specific or put ourselves to the test… What exactly do you know? Where exactly do your ears start getting fuzzy with the melody and harmony? When and where do your musical skills hit a wall? So for the next 30 minutes grab your instrument or pull a chair up to the piano. Here are 36 questions that will cover the stuff you should’ve learned in school and the techniques you need to know get to the next level … Read More Read related articles 5 Skills You Won’t Learn in School, Skill Two:… Can Your Ears Pass This Simple Test? The Answer… 3 Steps to Freedom In All 12 Keys 6 Practice Essentials for Every Improviser Happy New Year! 8 Musical Resolutions That Will…
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