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Freedom Is, Freedom Ain’t: Jazz and the Making of the Sixties

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In the long decade between the mid-fifties and the late sixties, jazz was changing more than its sound. The age of Max Roach’s Freedom Now Suite, John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme, and Charles Mingus’s The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady was a time when jazz became both newly militant and newly seductive, its example powerfully shaping the social dramas of the Civil Rights movement, the Black Power movement, and the counterculture. Freedom Is, Freedom Ain’t is the fi… More >>

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Marian McPartland and Willie Pickens: Ain’t Misbehavin – Live at the Jazz Showcase

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Not that it should come as any surprise that Marian McPartland–the longtime host of NPR’s Piano Jazz and a leading figure in jazz piano for over four decades running–has released another fine album of piano duets, but this one is even more satisfying than longtime fans could rightly expect. Transferring the format of her radio program to the stage of Chicago’s venerable Jazz Showcase, Ain’t Misbehavin’ matches McPartland with the veteran Chicago pianist Willie Pickens, an… More >>

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If You Ain’t a Jazz Fan You Can Suck It Funny Basketball T Shirt

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GILDAN ADULT HEAVY COTTON TEE
5.3 oz., 100% Cotton, preshrunk
Cotton/10% Polyester).
Seamless double-needle collar.
Taped neck and shoulders.
Double-needle sleeve and bottom hems.
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Times Ain’t Like They Used to Be – Early Rural & Popular Music

  • TIMES AIN’T LIKE THEY USED TO BE (DVD MOVIE)

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Fans of early country and blues won’t want to miss this compilation of newsreel footage from the ’20s and ’30s, capturing both the famous (Jimmie Rodgers, Bob Wills’s Texas Playboys) and the anonymous. The 23 painstakingly compiled clips focus mostly on the musicians where they lived or played, at home, at barn dances, and on street corners. Some of the highlights include Georgia field hands, taking a break a… More >>

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