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Let's get small
Cassandra Wilson The Blue Note Thursday, June 28 Better than: Imagining the funk of 40,000 years... Last year The Guardian put together a list of 50 key events in the history of jazz music, and Cassandra Wilson managed to nab slot No. 46 for "rediscovering the blues" on her Blue Note debut Blue Li ... More >>
The adventurous Ten headlines the Voice's Fifth Annual Jazz Critics' Poll
Hes back with an army in tow
Your fake name is good enough for him--Sam Beam chats about his new album
As you may have heard, Prince is playing five NYC shows in December, as part of his Welcome 2 America tour, also featuring the likes of Maceo Parker, Mint Condition, Esperanza Spalding, Cassandra Wilson, Sinbad (!!), Lalah Hathaway, Sheila E., Graham Central Station, and still-extant SOTC obs ... More >>
Finally, the change we need
New releases, reissues, debuts, and moreeach critic's picks
It takes an intrepid listener to dig out of this year's jazz avalanche
Alicia Keys is still a few albums away from her masterpiece. She'll get there.
From Ornette Coleman to Esperanza Spalding, it's the music you need to hear
M-1 works to smoothly revolutionize the grown folks
A great tradition strives to keep itself young by discovering its inner Melissa Manchester
Seeking ways to get heard and to grow, and more often succeeding at the latter
For as it was not necessarily prophesied by Karl Rove and Stanley Crouch, so it shall be
The Rev. revs up, quiets down, chats up, preaches, sings
Bringing Life Back to the Living
A Success Story Where the Good Guys Win?
The Bad Plus's Equilateral Chamber Jazz
Looking for Uncle Jazz at the 2002 JVC Something-or-Other Festival
Playing Catch-Up in Heavy Traffic
Cassandra Wilson and Dee Dee Bridgewater Enter the Pantheon
Boomers at Their Best for 'Made in America' Benefit
Jason Moran Helps Blue Note Be Blue Note
Bringing Musicians Back to Life
Terence Blanchard Revisits Jimmy McHugh
Jazz Competes With Its Past, Settles for the Hard Sell
JVC 2000 Looks Backward