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#1: Jazz magazines?

Posted on 2006-07-23 22:59:20 by steffanii

Are there any good jazz magazines out there actually worth subscribing
to?

Thanks!

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#2: Re: Jazz magazines?

Posted on 2006-07-23 23:24:55 by Kid Kool

steffanii wrote:
> Are there any good jazz magazines out there actually worth subscribing
> to?
>
> Thanks!

Jazz Improv, Just Jazz Guitar [although it's really mainstream: good
mag, though]. I like Jazz Improv because it's musicians talking about
music, not critics talking about whatever it is that critics talk
about.

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#3: Re: Jazz magazines?

Posted on 2006-07-24 01:17:36 by jazzstrings

steffanii wrote:
> Are there any good jazz magazines out there actually worth subscribing
> to?
>
> Thanks!

I like Just Jazz, it has good lessons and interviews.Only 4 issues a
year but it takes me that long to get through trying the songs and
lessons.
I never saw Jazz Improv, I will have to look for a copy.

Rich D.

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#4: Re: Jazz magazines?

Posted on 2006-07-24 02:06:44 by pmfan57

Kid Kool wrote:
> steffanii wrote:
> > Are there any good jazz magazines out there actually worth subscribing
> > to?
> >
> > Thanks!
>
> Jazz Improv, Just Jazz Guitar [although it's really mainstream: good
> mag, though]. I like Jazz Improv because it's musicians talking about
> music, not critics talking about whatever it is that critics talk
> about.

Plus, our own Dan Adler does a lot of the guitar reviews for Jazz
Improv.

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