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Articles by Fanfare Contributor Alan Rosenthal

  JELLY ROLL, JABBO AND FATS: 19 Portraits in Jazz. By Whitney Balliert. 197 pp. NewYork: Oxford University Press, 1983. $17.95

  Lou Donaldson, Quartet/Quintet/Sextet (Lou Donaldson)

  RED AND HOT. The Fate of Jazz in the Soviet Union. By S. Frederick Starr. 368 pp. New York: Oxford University Press, 1983. $16.95

  Louis Armstrong of New Orleans (Louis Armstrong)

  THE NEW GROVE DICTIONARY OF JAZZ. Edited by Barry Kernfield. 1360 pp. in 2 volumes. London: Macmillan, 1988. $295.00

  Mingus Plays Piano (Charles Mingus)

  (Some of) Charles Mingus on Atlantic

  Muhal Richard Abrams. Afrisong (Muhal Richard Abrams)

  Alvin “Red“ Tyler- Heritage (Tyler)

  Omette Coleman and Prime Time- Virgin Beauty (Omette Coleman)

  Anthem (Steve Lacy)

  On Course (Christopher Hollyday)

  Art Blakey. Like Someone in Love (Art Blakey)

  One O'Clock Jump (Count Basie)

  Barry Harris. Live In Concert (Barry Harris)

  Philly Joe Jones/Dameronia. To Tadd With Love (Philly Joe Jones)

  Benny Goodman. Small Groups: 1941-1945 (Benny Goodman)

  Randy Weston: Blue (Randy Weston)

  Bessie Smith. The Collection (Bessie Smith)

  Red Mitchell—Harold Land Quintet. Hear Ye! (Red Mitchell)

  Bird- The Complete Charlie Parker on Verve (Charlie Parker)

  Solos (1940) (Art Tatum)


  South Side Chicago Jazz (Johnny Dodds)

  Charles Mingus. The Clown (Charles Mingus)

  Sphere. Birdsongs (Sphere)

  COLEMAN, ORNETTE: The Art of the Improviséis (Ornette Coleman)

  Sphere: Flight Path (Sphere)

  Collaboration (Helen Merrill)

  Steve Lacy. The Door (Steve Lacy)

  Count Basie. The Essential Count Basie, Volume... (Count Basie)

  TAYLOR, CECIL: In Florescence (Cecil Taylor)

  CRISS, SONNY: Intermission Riff (Sonny Criss)

  The Art Farmer Quintet. Blame It on My Youth (Art Farmer Qnt)

  Curveball (Geoff Keezer)

  The Brunswick Era, Volume 1 (1926-29) (Duke Ellington)

  David Murray Octet. Home (David Murray Octet)

  The Modern Jazz Quartet. The Best of the Modern... (Modern Jazz Qrt)

  DAVIS, MILES: Chronicle- The Complete Prestige... (Miles Davis)

  Thelonius Monk: Thelonius In Action (Thelonious Monk)

  Diamond In the Rough (Roy Hargrove)

  Tommy Flanagan. Nights at the Vanguard (Tommy Flanagan)

  Don Cherry. Art Deco (Don Cherry)

  Where WERE You? (Joey DeFrancesco)

  Easy Living (Ike Quebec)

  World Saxophone Quartet. Plays Duke Ellington (World Saxophone Qrt)

  EVANS, BILL: The Complete Riverside Recordings (Bill Evans)

  Wynton Marsalis. The Majesty of the Blues (Wynton Marsalis)

  Freddie Hubbard. Open Sesame (Freddie Hubbard)

  “Lady Day“ (1939-1944)- The Sixteen Original Commodore... (Billie Holiday)

  Geri Allen. Twylight (Geri Allen)

  Jazz Lines

  Giants [sic] of the Tenor Sax (Lester Young)

  Jazz Lines

  HAWKINS, COLEMAN: In A Mellow Tone (Coleman Hawkins)

  Jazz Lines

  Henry Threadgill Sextet: Just the Facts and Pass... (Henry Threadgill Sextet)

  Jazz Lines

  Henry Threadgill. Rag, Bush and All (Henry Threadgill)

  Jazz Lines

  J. J. Johnson. The Trombone Master (J. J. Johnson)

  Jazz Lines

  Jackie McLean. New Soil (Jackie McLean)

  Jazz Lines

  James Newton (James Newton)

  Jazz Lines

  James Newton: Luella (James Newton)

  Jazz Lines

  Jammin'at Commodore (Eddie Condon & His Windy City Seven)

  Jazz Lines

  Jazz in New York—1944 (Bobby Hackett & His O)

  Jazz Lines

  Joe Henderson. The State of the Tenor, Volume... (Joe Henderson)

  Jazz Lines

  Joe Henderson. The State of the Tenor, Volume... (Joe Henderson)

  Jazz Lines

  John Coltrane. Coltrane Plays the Blues (John Coltrane)

  Jazz Lines

  Johnny Coles and Frank Wess: Two at the Top (Johnny Coles)

  Jazz Lines

  Julius Hemphill. Big Band (Julius Hemphill)

  Jazz Lines

  Lambert Hendricks & Ross. Everybody's Boppin' (Lambert Hendricks & Ross)

  Jazz Lines

  Lee Konitz. Inside Hi-Fi (Lee Konitz)

  Jazz Lines

  Live at the Knitting Factory, Volume One (Knitting Factory)

  Jazz Lines

  Lofty's Roach Soufflé (Harry Connick Jr)

  Jazz Lines


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