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LF: JAZZ Magazine Volume 4, Number 2 (Spring 1980)

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Will be a reasonable but generous (and/or vice-versa) for a fully intact copy in respectable (as in take home to meet the folks) condition.

PM me here if you have such a one for sale.

cf: https://jazzmf.com/jazz-magazine-volume-4/

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Cityscape: Detroit

By Gregory Jakub

Why It’s So Hard to Find Jazz on the Radio

By Charles Mitchell

Jazz Alive! Helps in the Search

By Ed Newton

Insight: Young Fletcher Henderson

By Margery P. Dews

The Self-Renewing Sonny Rollins

Interview by David Weiss; cover painting by Bob Delboy from a photography by Bruce W. Talamon

Letters

From the Editor

Idle Threats

By Tom Piazza

Waxings

By Bill Esposito

Clues in the search for hard-to-get records

Soundings

By Charles Graham

A jazz-lover’s audio and record-care guide

Bookings

Where major groups are playing nationally

Rehearsal Bands

By Bill Schremp

Notes

  • New York, by Ira Gitler
  • Paris, by Michael Zwerin
  • On the Recording Scene
  • Los Angeles, by Harvey Siders
  • Chicago, by Jerry DeMuth
  • Notes from All Over
  • Hiptionary, by Elliot Horne & Ian Dove
  • Jazz on Radio and Television, by Mitchell Seidel & Peter Keepnews
  • Aida Chapman: The Voice For Jazz in the Government, by Sid Cassese
  • Western Regional Federation of Jazz Begins Taking Shape
  • Jefferson Suspect is Acquitted, by Gregory Jakub
  • African Resort With a Jazz Policy, by Ira Gitler
  • Newport-New York Gets a New Sponsor
  • Roundup of What Festivals Are Playing

Books

  • Stanley Baron: Benny, King Of Swing; Chris Goddard: Jazz Away From Home; by Richard M. Sudhalter
  • Josef Skvorecky: The Bass Saxophone; by Bob Suter
  • Sheldon Harris: Blues Who’s Who; by Ed Levine

First Take: Sheila Jordan

By Burt Korall

Gallery: Backstage at the 1979 Playboy Jazz Festival

Photos by Bruce Talamon

Woodshed: Transcription and Analysis of Sonny Rollins’s solo on “Pent-Up House”

By David Wild

Reviews

  • George Adams: Sound Suggestions; by Mitchell Feldman
  • Count Basie: Basie Jam 3; by Terry Teachout
  • Arthur Blythe: In The Tradition; Arthur Blythe: Metamorphosis; by Neil Tesser
  • Dave Brubeck: Back Home; by James G. Shell
  • Joe Farrell: Skateboard Park; by Peter Keepnews
  • Stan Getz: Children Of The World; Stan Getz: Early Getz; by George Kanzler, Jr.
  • Thad Jones & Mel Lewis: And UMO; Mel Lewis & The Jazz Orchestra: Naturally; by Sy Johnson
  • Egberto Gismonti: Solo; by W. Patrick Hinely
  • McCoy Tyner: Passion Dance; Stanley Cowell: Equipoise; by Walter Parker
  • Jay Hoggard: Days Like These; Jay Hoggard: Solo Vibraphone; by David Jackson
  • Michael Gregory Jackson: Heart & Center; by Bob Blumenthal
  • Bob James & Earl Klugh: One On One; by Robert Henschen
  • Cecil McBee: Alternate Spaces; Cecil McBee: Music From The Source; by W. Patrick Hinely
  • Dave McKenna: Giant Strides; Dave McKenna: No Bass Hit; by Fred Bouchard
  • Old And New Dreams; by James G. Shell
  • Mary Lou Williams: My Mama Pinned A Rose On Me; Mary Lou Williams: Solo Recital; by George Kanzler, Jr.
  • Miles Davis Re-evaluated, by Charles Mitchell

[Miles In Tokyo; Miles In Berlin; At Plugged Nickel Volumes I & II; Black Beauty: Miles Davis At Fillmore West; Dark Magus; Pangaea; Circle In The Round]

  • Hank Jones: Ain’t Misbehavin’; Clark Terry: Ain’t Misbehavin’; by Sy Johnson
  • Richie Cole: Keeper Of The Flame; Red Rodney: Home Free; David Schnitter: Thundering; by Peter Keepnews
  • The Vogue Label’s Legacy, by Dan Morgenstern

[Clifford Brown: The Paris Collection; Roy Eldridge: Little Jazz; Johnny Hodges: The Rabbit In Paris; Django Reinhardt: The Versatile Giant; Zoot Sims: Brother In Swing; Mary Lou Williams: First Lady Of The Piano; J.J. Johnson & Milt Jackson: A Date In New York; Sidney Bechet & Martial Solal: When A Soprano Meets A Piano; Buck Clayton: Passport To Paradise; Dizzy Gillespie: Havin’ A Good Time In Paris]

On The Record

Thumbnail reviews by Randy Savicky

Time Capsules

Reviews of reissues

Fragments

By Vincent Pelote

Answers to your jazz history questions

 

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