May 2019

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Pops Coffee on Tuba Skinny's New Album Some Kind-a-Shake

Vol.4, No.5 May 2019

Features

The Andersons Come Out Swinging!, by Lew Shaw 

Director Daniel Pritzker on Bolden, by Joe Bebco 

The First Studio Musician, by R.S. Baker 

The Winikers: A Lineage of Great Jazz, by Stephen Provizer

Teddy Wilson: American Jazz Hero, by Roger Kimmel Smith 

Saving Buddy Bolden’s House, by Joe Bebco 

Nicola Farnon Sings and Swings!, Dave Doyle 

Kansas Smitty’s House Band, by Ljubinko Zivkovic 

More Swing Please—We’re British!, by Dave Doyle 

Other News

Organist Tony Thomas Accompanies The Cameraman, by Bryan S. Wright 

East Coast House Party is All About Trad Jazz, Bruce Gast 

SF Trad Jazz Foundation Archives Now Online, by Joe Bebco 

The Scott Joplin Memorial Concerts, by Edward A. Berlin 

Tribute to the Original Dukes, by Russ Tarby 

From Ragtime to Rockabilly: 2019 Templeton Fest, by Hal Smith 

Columns

Jazz Birthday of the Month: Irving Berlin, illustration by Gary Price 

Static from my Attic, by Andy Senior 

Jazz Jottings, by Lew Shaw 

The Professor is IN: Separating the Artist from the Art, by Adrian Cunningham

Quarter Notes, by Shelly Gallichio 

Profiles in Jazz: Bessie Smith, by Scott Yanow 

Blowing off the Dust: Titles for Performers, by Larry Melton 

Festival Roundup

Final Chorus, compiled by Joe Bebco

Reviews

Nights at the Turntable, by CD reviews by Scott Yanow

Off the Beaten Tracks, CD reviews by Joe Bebco 

Return to Cripple Creek, CD Review by Larry Melton

Pleasure Mad, CD Review by John Landry 

Pops Coffee on Tuba Skinny's New Album Some Kind-a-Shake
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