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JazzTimes Magazine
Remembering Ornette Coleman's WisdomPaul Bley, pianist The word “genius” comes to mind with reference to Ornette C
Remembering Ornette Coleman's Wisdom
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 10 days ago
Paul Bley, pianist The word “genius” comes to mind with reference to Ornette Coleman—no question about it. He taught me how to play. Before Ornette, you could make a living playing in someone else’s style—I was playing Bud Powell and so forth.... Read more
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JazzTimes Magazine
Free for All: Reflections on Ornette ColemanOrnette Coleman, who died on June 11 at 85, received due credit in his time: as
Free for All: Reflections on Ornette Coleman
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 10 days ago
Ornette Coleman, who died on June 11 at 85, received due credit in his time: as an alto saxophonist of singular impact, a composer-bandleader of restless purpose and an all-around trailblazer, the man who did more than anyone to blow open modern... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Organized chaosAlvin Fielder is a legendary jazz drummer from Meridian, Miss., who has perform
Organized chaos
Arkansas Times / Posted 12 days ago
Alvin Fielder is a legendary jazz drummer from Meridian, Miss., who has performed in bands over the years with Sun Ra, Eddie Harris, Muhal Richard Abrams, Fred Anderson and Roscoe Mitchell. He was one of the original members of the Association for... Read more
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Salon.com
You Must Hear This! Margo Guryan’s “Sunday Morning”You Must Hear This! is a series that shines a light on overlooked songs that d
You Must Hear This! Margo Guryan’s “Sunday Morning”
Salon.com / Posted 19 days ago
You Must Hear This! is a series that shines a light on overlooked songs that deserve a close listen. Click here to explore other articles in the series. When Margo Guryan recorded her debut album “Take A Picture,” she was already well established... Read more
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Washington City Paper
Six Local Brews Named for Real-Life MusesLooking over a beer list, it can often feel like the brewers used a foreign lan
Six Local Brews Named for Real-Life Muses
Washington City Paper / Posted 25 days ago
Looking over a beer list, it can often feel like the brewers used a foreign language or an online hipster name generator to label their creations. But not all beer names are devoid of meaning. Here are six local brews named for real-life muses. Long... Read more
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JazzTimes Magazine
Book on Miles Davis’ “Lost Quintet” Coming in 2016According to a press release, Gluck “explores the performances of this revoluti
Book on Miles Davis’ “Lost Quintet” Coming in 2016
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 27 days ago
According to a press release, Gluck “explores the performances of this revolutionary group—Davis’s first electric band—to illuminate the thinking of one of our rarest geniuses and, by extension, the extraordinary transition in American music that he... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Yoko Ono is still seeking peaceFor more than 50 years Yoko Ono has been campaigning — for peace, for feminism,
Yoko Ono is still seeking peace
The New Zealand Herald / Posted a month ago
For more than 50 years Yoko Ono has been campaigning — for peace, for feminism, and gun control. This tireless activism, she tells Alex Needham, is at the heart of her work as an artist. Yoko Ono sits at the head of her kitchen table in the Dakota... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Restaurant review: Rambling House Soda proves pleasantly surprising Rambling House Soda, 310 E. Hudson St. Hours: 6 p.m. to midnight Sundays and
Restaurant review: Rambling House Soda proves pleasantly surprising
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 1 months ago
Rambling House Soda, 310 E. Hudson St. Hours: 6 p.m. to midnight Sundays and Wednesdays, and 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursdays through Saturdays Dining If you know Rambling House only as... Read more

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