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The new changes in jazz improvisation in America,
coming under the somewhat unedifying nomenclatur..
Volume I of Bop-In' Britain showed, in general
terms, the almost surreptitious way in which the ne..
A while back, JASMINE issued a series of three
Boogie Woogie CDs, each devoted to a particular for..
Features the great legends of jazz saxophone including, SIDNEY BECHET, COLEMAN HAWKINS, LESTER YOUNG..
It happened in 1954. A full-scale festival of jazz
was held in one of London's Royal concert halls..
The occasion was the National Jazz Federation's
annual concert presentation "The Jazz Scene". The ..
In the wake of our runaway success with JASCD382
(Big Band Magic) we are pleased to announce a fol..
Outside it was snowing; temperatures were minus.
Thirteen musicians, hunched against the icy blast..
Featuring the great Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday, New Orleans was an American musical romance ..
The Most detailed CD exploration yet into the early 60s rise of Jazz organists featuring the greates..
WELCOME TO THE CLUB! And our latest adventures in U.K. Club Land where we continue our exploration o..
Featuring The Small Groups Off: Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Gene Krupa, Count Basie, Tommy Dorsey, Wo..
Many tracks are by groups specially formed for the V-Disc programme, with several examples of vocali..
In this second look at the golden age of American
dance bands (the first can be heard on Jasmine J..
The so-called Great Swing Band Era is generally
considered to have started in 1935 when Benny Good..
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