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Thirty Years of Our JazzTimes: The 1990s

For JazzTimes' 30th anniversary, Peter Watrous looks back at music from the magazine's third decade

lllustration: Evelyn Rapin

In the 1990s, jazz’s blood squirted all over the floor of American culture and its body and soul slowly escaped, leaving an empty shell twisted in the throes of death.

Uh, no, not really.

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