The International Herald Tribune has an article about saxophonist Joshua Redman, focusing on his new album Momentum:
The 36-year-old Redman is a word man. "Language is an exciting thing to me," Redman said in an interview. "I am always running up against the limits of my own language. I am always searching for the right way to express things."
The Lakeland Ledger has a very interesting article that traces the careers of the Adderley Brothers, Cannonball and Nat as they left their native Florida to make jazz history:
On June 19, 1955 -- 50 years ago today -- the brothers entered Cafe Bohemia as unknowns, "country boys" newly arrived in the hotbed of jazz. But before the night was over, Julian "Cannonball" Adderley and his brother Nat set the New York jazz world ablaze with dazzling performances that caused mouths to drop and word to spread.
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