During this ongoing sober upheaval in the jazz marketplace with disparaging questions abounding (what is jazz; how can we
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NYC Winter Jazzfest turns those icy days into a bracing experience that allows savvy fans to binge on dozens of acts spread across ten venues in the village that delve deep into the many sub-genres of this timeless form.
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Iyer points to the “ongoing dialogue for several decades” between jazz artists and those trained in Hindustani music, a North
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On the long plane ride back to the USA from my tour of duty in Vietnam in late 1971, I had a hard time sleeping, afraid, I've determined in hindsight, that I'd wake up back in Vietnam! So, I passed the time listening to music and scribbling random thoughts on a piece of paper.
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