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Ted Curson: Live in Paris

There is a solid list of reasons why Live in Paris is a valuable keepsake. It’s the last non-posthumous release from trumpeter Ted Curson, who passed in November from heart failure at the age of 77. It features the music of Charles Mingus, Curson’s best known and most fruitful association in jazz, presenting four of … Read More “Ted Curson: Live in Paris”

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The A, B, C & D of Boogie Woogie: Live in Paris

As one of rock’s most eloquent drummers-and one who never lacked for groove-Charlie Watts always seemed like he’d be a boogie-woogie natural, even if the Rolling Stones tended to avoid that medium. But this is boogie-woogie central here, as you’d expect from this fourpiece’s moniker, with the occasional rock ‘n’ roll backbeat pushing the band … Read More “The A, B, C & D of Boogie Woogie: Live in Paris”

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