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www.jazzstudiesonline.org

This is an amazing collaborative new resource even with specific courses' syllabuses to keep me reading forever. Check out George E. Lewis and the robots!

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www.jazzstudiesonline.org

This is an amazing collaborative new resource even with specific courses' syllabuses to keep me reading forever. Check out George E. Lewis and the robots!

Thanks for that! Just got some great 1947 Wardell Gray playing!

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Thanks much--I'll be adding this to the Night Lights links page.

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I'm sure I'd read about this elsewhere before, but thanks for the heads up.

I strongly recommend the first issue of Jazz Review they have put in searchable pdfs, with a promise to make more issues available.

The contents:

Sonny Rollins and the Challenge of Thematic Improvisation by Gunther Schuller 6

Walter Page's Story as told to Frank Driggs 12

The Negro Church: Its Influence on Modern Jazz, I by Mimi Clar 16

Missing Moderns by Martin Williams 19

A View of Criticism by William Russo 20

Reviews: Recordings

-Thelonious Monk by Gunther Schuller 22

-Miles Davis by Dick Katz 28

-Billie Holiday by Glenn Coulter 31

-Langston Hughes by Glenn Coulter 33

-John Lewis by Bob Brookmeyer 33

-Miles Davis by Bob Brookmeyer 34

-Jimmy Giuffre 3 by George Russell 35

-Horace Silver by Bill Crow 35

-King Oliver by Larry Gushee 36

-Sonny Rollins by Art Farmer 37

-Jelly Roll Morton by Guy Waterman 38

-The Great Blues Singers, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Jimmy Rushing, Muddy Watters, Little Walter by Hsio Wen Shih 39

Reviews: Books

-John Clellon Holmes' The Horn by Orrin Keepnews 42

-Shapiro—Hentoff The Jazz Makers by Glenn Coulter 43

-Ralph Gleason's Jam Session by Orrin Keepnews 44

-Barry Ulanov's Handbook of Jazz by Benny Green 44

-Hugues Panassie's Discographie Critique Des Meilleurs Disques de Jazz by N . H . 45

Reconsiderations 1 (Jelly Roll Morton and Fats Waller) by M . W. 46

The Blues 46

Jazz in Print by Nat Hentoff 47

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Anyone knows what one has to do to be permitted access to certain essays?

I tried to acess the essay by Maxine Gordon on the 1947 Elks Hall concert but no go!

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