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  1. Goldblum just released his first jazz album, The Capitol Studio Sessions, recently, and while I don't hear anything special going on musically, he did say on NPR that he was interested in presenting jazz in a manner that would make it appealing to a wider audience. This includes using a large dose of his spontaneous humor, and playing simpler jazz that stresses the fun aspect of the music. He features the vocalists and trumpet player more than he does his own piano playing, so he doesn't seem to be on an ego trip... Is this going to be a good or a bad thing for jazz? What sayeth thou?