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Pete Magadini: Bones Blues

Monday, 27 March 2017 10:04

R-2765422-1300036313.jpegThe 1970s were a no-man's land for acoustic jazz. The rise of album rock, arena concerts and electronic instruments led to the growing popularity of psychedelic jazz-rock fusion and funk, especially on college campuses.

Oscar Dennard: Phantom Pianist

Thursday, 23 March 2017 11:25

91NYpXBzrvL._SL1500_Precious little is known about Oscar Dennard. A gifted pianist with octopus hands and superb time, Dennard made far too few recordings and wasn't alive long enough to be fully appreciated or interviewed for articles or album liner notes.

Lee Morgan: I Called Him Morgan

Lee+Morgan+1964+Search+For+The+New+LandJazz is the only form of American music with a history that feels like a film noir. As a proudly nocturnal sub-culture, jazz has its own language, its own style and its own cynical way of looking at the world.

Interview: Roger Kellaway

Monday, 20 March 2017 11:05

SAVE-Roger KellawayThis Thursday, March 23, at 7:30 p.m., pianists Roger Kellaway and Peter Beets will be appearing together as a duet at New York's Sheen Center as part of producer Pat Philips' Jazz on Bleecker Street concert series.

The Rise of Sunshine Pop

Friday, 17 March 2017 11:34

61d9-jRFShLFor every sunny pop hit of the mid-1960s and early '70s that you know, there were dozens of others with similarly upbeat feels that never made it onto your radar.

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