Issue 38:2
Nov/Dec 2014
Magazine Contents

Jazz

There are many ways one might divide the career of 60-year-old guitarist, teacher, and author Garrison Fewell, a career (and life) that nonetheless has its powerful...

Wardell Gray (1921–1955) is one of the saddest cases in jazz, an extraordinarily talented, intelligent, and warm individual who gave his life to heroin addiction and...

There are three ways to view a set like this: as a nostalgic trip down memory lane via the big studio biopics of the 1950s; as...

Cube Metier is a collaborative British-Czech label that has issued 50 jazz albums, most of them of the traditional swing-bop variety. This is by no means...

The title and liner notes of this album are more puzzling than the music. “Jazz City!” the notes exclaim. “A most unusual city! Not a city...

Frank Rosolino (1926–1978) was, for a time, considered one of the greatest of all white jazz trombonists. For many sessions he was even more highly sought...