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Ray Reach
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Raymond Everett Reach, Jr. (born August 3, 1948) is an American pianist, vocalist and educator residing in Birmingham, Alabama, now serving as Director of Student Jazz Programs for the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame, director of the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame All-Stars and President and CEO of Ray Reach Music and Magic City Music Productions. In addition, he is an accomplished guitarist, arranger, composer, conductor and music producer. Although he has composed, arranged and performed in a variety of genre (including classical, pop, R & B, gospel, contemporary Christian and jazz), he is perhaps best known for his work in the jazz idiom, combining straight-ahead jazz piano stylings with Sinatra-style vocals.

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Ray Reach
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Raymond Everett Reach, Jr. (born August 3, 1948) is an American pianist, vocalist and educator residing in Birmingham, Alabama, now serving as Director of Student Jazz Programs for the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame, director of the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame All-Stars and President and CEO of Ray Reach Music and Magic City Music Productions. In addition, he is an accomplished guitarist, arranger, composer, conductor and music producer. Although he has composed, arranged and performed in a variety of genre (including classical, pop, R & B, gospel, contemporary Christian and jazz), he is perhaps best known for his work in the jazz idiom, combining straight-ahead jazz piano stylings with Sinatra-style vocals.

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Spiral (Andrew Hill Album)
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Spiral is an album by American jazz pianist Andrew Hill recorded in late 1974 and ealy 1975 and released on the Freedom label. The album features six of Hill's original compositions and one interpretation of a jazz standard performed by a quartet and quintet. The cover incorrectly identifies the album as being recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival when it actually contains studio recordings. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars and stated "Although the music overall does not reach the heights of the pianist's earlier work for Blue Note (or his later sessions), there are enough surprising moments and thought-provoking solos to make this a release worth picking up by open-eared listeners".

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Spiral (Andrew Hill Album)
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Spiral is an album by American jazz pianist Andrew Hill recorded in late 1974 and ealy 1975 and released on the Freedom label. The album features six of Hill's original compositions and one interpretation of a jazz standard performed by a quartet and quintet. The cover incorrectly identifies the album as being recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival when it actually contains studio recordings. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars and stated "Although the music overall does not reach the heights of the pianist's earlier work for Blue Note (or his later sessions), there are enough surprising moments and thought-provoking solos to make this a release worth picking up by open-eared listeners".

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Jazz in Word
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K. Krick-Aigner / M.-O. Schuster: Introduction - S. Feinstein: Jazz as a Liberator of Language - Y. Karsunke: bloody Mary - J. N. Pfeifer: Poems - Pre- and Post-World War I - M. de Ridder: "This Music Has Arisen from the Trenches": Jazz as a Measure of Modernity in European Literature after World War I - W. Lamprecht: From the Cakewalk to the Foxtrot - Two-stepping between Dance and Propaganda: The Sound of World War I - K. Nowakowski: A Racketeers' Music? Reactions to Early Jazz in Vienna - P. Cohen-Avenel: Jazz and the Revolution of Dance Music in Dance-Manuals (Koebner, Pollack, Jaffé, Baresel) between 1913 and 1926 - The Interwar Period - K. Krick- Aigner: "Because she's got to dance": Jazz Dance in the Literary Imagination of German Expressionist Women Poets - L. Tessitore: "Sprachen-Ragtime": Jazz Influences on Walter Mehring's Poems for Cabaret - S. Kluge: Delightful Orgies: An Invitation for a New Discussion on Thomas Mann and Jazz - F. Opitz: "Bäbä, tu. Bäbä, tut!": Jazz and Literature in Symphonie für Jazz by René Schickele - V. Hofeneder: Syncopes and Infl ation: The Rhythm of Austrian Literature in the Interwar Period - P.-H. Kucher: "Ein Durcheinander mit viel Jazzmusik": 1928 as a Case Study on Controversial-productive Jazz (Culture) Reception in the Viennese Feuilleton, Literature, Music, and Theater - H. Schreckenberger: Jazz and the "New Woman": Lili Grün's Novel Alles ist Jazz (1933) - 1945 - Present - G. Divers: "legt los, leute, haut rein": US-American Jazz in German Poetry since 1945 - M.-O. Schuster: The Transnational Spin in Marginal Jazz Passages in GDR Literature - H. Justin: Hearing and Writing in the Staircase of History: Remarks on an Imaginary Meeting between Kafka and Borneman - A. W. Hurley: "Always within reach, trumpet gold, interpretation-free, above suspicion"? Günter Grass, Jazz, and Literature - T. Antonic: "God's empty chair", or: You Can't Dig It - Jazz & Poetry of the Beat Generation and Beat-inspired Jazz & Poetry in Austria - S. Richter: Performing Jazz and Poetry: Musings about a Fictitious Concert - H. Neundlinger: Performance - Pattern - Improvisation: The Relationship between Body, Sound, and Text in Christian Loidl's Poetry - L. Uzukauskaitÿe: Jazz in Lithuanian Literature - V. Mihaiu: Global & Local, Words & Jazz in Today's World

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Jazz in Word
49,80 € *
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K. Krick-Aigner / M.-O. Schuster: Introduction - S. Feinstein: Jazz as a Liberator of Language - Y. Karsunke: bloody Mary - J. N. Pfeifer: Poems - Pre- and Post-World War I - M. de Ridder: "This Music Has Arisen from the Trenches": Jazz as a Measure of Modernity in European Literature after World War I - W. Lamprecht: From the Cakewalk to the Foxtrot - Two-stepping between Dance and Propaganda: The Sound of World War I - K. Nowakowski: A Racketeers' Music? Reactions to Early Jazz in Vienna - P. Cohen-Avenel: Jazz and the Revolution of Dance Music in Dance-Manuals (Koebner, Pollack, Jaffé, Baresel) between 1913 and 1926 - The Interwar Period - K. Krick- Aigner: "Because she's got to dance": Jazz Dance in the Literary Imagination of German Expressionist Women Poets - L. Tessitore: "Sprachen-Ragtime": Jazz Influences on Walter Mehring's Poems for Cabaret - S. Kluge: Delightful Orgies: An Invitation for a New Discussion on Thomas Mann and Jazz - F. Opitz: "Bäbä, tu. Bäbä, tut!": Jazz and Literature in Symphonie für Jazz by René Schickele - V. Hofeneder: Syncopes and Infl ation: The Rhythm of Austrian Literature in the Interwar Period - P.-H. Kucher: "Ein Durcheinander mit viel Jazzmusik": 1928 as a Case Study on Controversial-productive Jazz (Culture) Reception in the Viennese Feuilleton, Literature, Music, and Theater - H. Schreckenberger: Jazz and the "New Woman": Lili Grün's Novel Alles ist Jazz (1933) - 1945 - Present - G. Divers: "legt los, leute, haut rein": US-American Jazz in German Poetry since 1945 - M.-O. Schuster: The Transnational Spin in Marginal Jazz Passages in GDR Literature - H. Justin: Hearing and Writing in the Staircase of History: Remarks on an Imaginary Meeting between Kafka and Borneman - A. W. Hurley: "Always within reach, trumpet gold, interpretation-free, above suspicion"? Günter Grass, Jazz, and Literature - T. Antonic: "God's empty chair", or: You Can't Dig It - Jazz & Poetry of the Beat Generation and Beat-inspired Jazz & Poetry in Austria - S. Richter: Performing Jazz and Poetry: Musings about a Fictitious Concert - H. Neundlinger: Performance - Pattern - Improvisation: The Relationship between Body, Sound, and Text in Christian Loidl's Poetry - L. Uzukauskaitÿe: Jazz in Lithuanian Literature - V. Mihaiu: Global & Local, Words & Jazz in Today's World

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Youssou NDour - Return To Goree
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Internationally acclaimed Senegalese singer YOUSSOU N'DOUR explores Africa's enduring musical legacy from its historical roots in the slave trade, to its far reach across the globe in RETURN TO GOREE. With renowned jazz pianist MONCEF GENOUD, their journey takes them from the Goree trading post, where African slaves were processed on to ships bound for the Americas, to Atlanta, New Orleans, New York City and finally Luxembourg. Revealing the history of jazz, the rich legacy of their ancestors and the influence on the cultures they became part of. RETURN TO GOREE gathers together some of the world's most exceptional musicians and singers from gospel, traditional jazz and soul, including IDRIS MUHAMMAD, ERNIE HAMMES and GREGOIRE MARET and culminates in an exclusive 'one off' live concert on the island of Goree.

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Tok Tok Tok
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Tok Tok Tok is an acoustic soul band from Europe.German Jazz Award for "it took so long" (2003) French Grand Prix SACEM (Singing and Composition) for "about" (2005). German Jazz Award for "about" (2005). DVD "live in Bratislava" (2005) nominated for "Award Of German Record Industrie". Spain "Reach out and sway your Booty" (2007) nominated for the best Live Album 2007. Before founding Tok Tok Tok in 1998 Tokunbo Akinro (lyrics) and Morten Klein (Composition and Arrangement), the creative and organizing heart of the band, worked together in various other projects. Their musical search for melodic beauty associated with groove and soul led them to find their completing parts in each other. They continue to concentrate on the song qualities of their acoustic soul compositions, as exemplified on Ruby Soul (2002).

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Tok Tok Tok
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Tok Tok Tok is an acoustic soul band from Europe.German Jazz Award for "it took so long" (2003) French Grand Prix SACEM (Singing and Composition) for "about" (2005). German Jazz Award for "about" (2005). DVD "live in Bratislava" (2005) nominated for "Award Of German Record Industrie". Spain "Reach out and sway your Booty" (2007) nominated for the best Live Album 2007. Before founding Tok Tok Tok in 1998 Tokunbo Akinro (lyrics) and Morten Klein (Composition and Arrangement), the creative and organizing heart of the band, worked together in various other projects. Their musical search for melodic beauty associated with groove and soul led them to find their completing parts in each other. They continue to concentrate on the song qualities of their acoustic soul compositions, as exemplified on Ruby Soul (2002).

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