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Kamasi Washington Headlining rock and hip-hop festivals, LAís charismatic tenor lion Kamasi Washington is drawing new audiences to jazz. He is part of a street-savvy collective who are rejuvenating the spiritual, socially conscious tradition of late 60s and early 70s Afro-American jazz, writes Wif Stenger

Profiles Singer Polly Gibbons, unsure what category she falls into and opting for none; Montréal festival founder André Ménard, pleased his jazz festival exceeds its designation; big band leader Scott Willcox, happy to have Gil Evans sit with Igor Stravinsky

Still burning for Buddy Dave Weckl, who plays Buddy Rich band dates at Ronnieís this month, tells Mark Youll of his enduring affection for the drummerís music

Two princes and a duke A year after the death of pop star Prince, Brian Morton tells us what he is doing in a jazz magazine

Still Clinging to the Wreckage Steve Voce listens in to Bob Brookmeyer, Mezz Mezzrow and Gene Lees

Book Reviews King Of Jazz // Jazz As Visual Language // Fatal Music // The Jazz Repertoire: A Survey // Jews And Jazz

Stream of consciousness Nigel Jarrett, faced by a torrent of jazz on YouTube, doesnít close his eyes

Record reviews We review 71 CDs of new and reissued jazz.
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