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JazzTimes

Apr 01 2022
Magazine

Get JazzTimes digital magazine subscription today for in-depth coverage of the jazz scene. In addition to insightful profiles on jazz stars new and established, every issue contains reviews of the latest CDs, books and performances. This award-winning publication features lively writing, stunning photography and sophisticated design. Often controversial, always entertaining, JazzTimes is a favorite of musicians and fans alike.

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JazzTimes

Sic Transit Gloria Journalismi

Seeing It Through • RANDALL KEITH HORTON returns DUKE ELLINGTON’s Black, Brown and Beige to the concert hall

Symphony? Fantastic! • VICTOR WOOTEN can now add “concerto composer” to his long résumé

Building from the Bottom • MARTIN WIND brings bassists—and musical worlds—together

The Powell Doctrine, Translated • GUI DUVIGNAU reinterprets the work of a vBrazilian great

Farewells

A Club Grows in Portsmouth • Against all odds, a landmark New Hampshire building has become a jazz venue

They Too Are the ’80s • Fondly remembering the GEORGE ADAMS-DON PULLEN QUARTET

FURTHER LISTENING

Michael Formanek • The veteran bassist doesn’t move on a flat line

Percy Jones • The electric-bass visionary who founded Brand X is still reaching for new challenges

AN ASSOCIATION OF Creative MUSICIANS • The purposeful serendipity of ARTIFACTS has deep Chicago roots

THIS NOTE’S FOR BLUE • ETHAN IVERSON’s latest album is a return to basics, a positive look toward the future, and his Blue Note debut

The Meaning of Mingus • 100 years after the titanic bassist, composer, and bandleader was born, the significance of his legacy keeps going through changes

LIKE FALLING IN LOVE WITH LOVE • As he enters his seventies, WILLIAM PARKER continues to refine his personal approach to the bass and music in general. He’s also more prolific—and more inspiring—than ever.

Bass, How Low Should You Go? • Recent jazz trends increase the demand on your speakers. Here’s how to tell if you need deeper bass—and how to get it

Golden Year • Roland celebrates its 50th anniversary

5 PRIMO PICKS

Heavy Friends • Matthew Stevens and Walter Smith III score another successful spin of the Rolodex

REVIEWS

EDITOR’S PICK

In Praise of Mr. P.C. • The late great PAUL CHAMBERS’ finest moments on record


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 52 Publisher: Madavor Media, LLC Edition: Apr 01 2022

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Get JazzTimes digital magazine subscription today for in-depth coverage of the jazz scene. In addition to insightful profiles on jazz stars new and established, every issue contains reviews of the latest CDs, books and performances. This award-winning publication features lively writing, stunning photography and sophisticated design. Often controversial, always entertaining, JazzTimes is a favorite of musicians and fans alike.

what’s on JAZZTIMES.COM

JazzTimes

Sic Transit Gloria Journalismi

Seeing It Through • RANDALL KEITH HORTON returns DUKE ELLINGTON’s Black, Brown and Beige to the concert hall

Symphony? Fantastic! • VICTOR WOOTEN can now add “concerto composer” to his long résumé

Building from the Bottom • MARTIN WIND brings bassists—and musical worlds—together

The Powell Doctrine, Translated • GUI DUVIGNAU reinterprets the work of a vBrazilian great

Farewells

A Club Grows in Portsmouth • Against all odds, a landmark New Hampshire building has become a jazz venue

They Too Are the ’80s • Fondly remembering the GEORGE ADAMS-DON PULLEN QUARTET

FURTHER LISTENING

Michael Formanek • The veteran bassist doesn’t move on a flat line

Percy Jones • The electric-bass visionary who founded Brand X is still reaching for new challenges

AN ASSOCIATION OF Creative MUSICIANS • The purposeful serendipity of ARTIFACTS has deep Chicago roots

THIS NOTE’S FOR BLUE • ETHAN IVERSON’s latest album is a return to basics, a positive look toward the future, and his Blue Note debut

The Meaning of Mingus • 100 years after the titanic bassist, composer, and bandleader was born, the significance of his legacy keeps going through changes

LIKE FALLING IN LOVE WITH LOVE • As he enters his seventies, WILLIAM PARKER continues to refine his personal approach to the bass and music in general. He’s also more prolific—and more inspiring—than ever.

Bass, How Low Should You Go? • Recent jazz trends increase the demand on your speakers. Here’s how to tell if you need deeper bass—and how to get it

Golden Year • Roland celebrates its 50th anniversary

5 PRIMO PICKS

Heavy Friends • Matthew Stevens and Walter Smith III score another successful spin of the Rolodex

REVIEWS

EDITOR’S PICK

In Praise of Mr. P.C. • The late great PAUL CHAMBERS’ finest moments on record


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