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  1. This looks interesting: Playing Changes: Jazz For The New Century There's an excerpt in the new JazzTimes that just landed in my mailbox, but I haven't had a chance to read it yet.
  2. Somehow missed this when Nate posted it in late March as part of WBGO’s “Deep Dive” series. Quite a remarkable essay about the film and its context. “Lensing The Mob”: Jazz On A Summer’s Day 60 Years Later
  3. Nate Chinen, author of the recent book Playing Changes: Jazz For The New Century, did an interview with me that we aired this afternoon for International Jazz Day. It's now archived online: Playing Changes: Music And Conversation With Jazz Writer Nate Chinen
  4. Jazz critic Nate Chinen now writes the "Take Five" column for WBGO that used to be a feature of NPR Jazz. He focuses primarily on new music, and it's always worth a read (and listen). This week's edition includes the forthcoming Art Ensemble of Chicago release We Are On The Edge: Visions And Visionaries: the Art Ensemble of Chicago, Melissa Aldana, and more
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