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<!--020110419028959-->Wax Poetics - 'Issue 46, March/ April 2011' [Magazine]
<!--020110419028959-->Wax Poetics - 'Issue 46, March/ April 2011' [Magazine]
<!--020110419028959-->Wax Poetics - 'Issue 46, March/ April 2011' [Magazine]
<!--020110419028959-->Wax Poetics - 'Issue 46, March/ April 2011' [Magazine]

Wax Poetics

Issue 46, March/ April 2011

Magazine

$9.97
Product Details
  • Apr 19, 2011
  • WP046MZ
  • 9.0 oz
  • new (we only sell new items)
  • Wax Poetics, Inc.
Description
HIGHLIGHTS:
GEORGE BENSON'S journey from child singer to fathering the genre of smooth jazz.
Keyboardist GEORGE DUKE forged a new path and ruled the R&B charts with eccentric funk.
MAINSTREAM RECORDS embraced a funky bunch of modern jazz players and soul singers.
BILLY COBHAM was the most technical and disciplined drummer to ever stay in the pocket.
He was a young drummer trying to keep up in the serious world of spiritual jazz. Then NORMAN CONNORS traded the rigorous life for expensive cars, fashion models, and R&B hits.
Rising from the fertile musical soil of Queens, New York, a group of musicians formed a tight bond and called themselves the JAMAICA KATS.
PHIL COHRAN is the embodiment of spiritual jazz.
JOHN COLTRANE'S three-song demo for Africa/Brass sees the light of day.

Plus:
Nostalgia 77
Bobby Robinson Remembered
DJ Soulscape Record Rundown
Towson State University Jazz Ensemble
Randy Weston
Rahsaan Roland Kirk
Los Exciters
Fred Tompkins RE:Discovered