Tag Archives: Jazz

A New Year, A New Blog — I’m back!

Triumphantly proclaiming my return to the land of the jazz blogs. Continue reading

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A Grand Experiment for the Jazz Internet

Getting the word out about the new section at Lubricity: asking you, “What is Jazz?” Continue reading

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Please Don’t Call Me A Jazz Nerd

My thoughts on the recent discussion about jazz being caricatured as the domain of loser-dorks Continue reading

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Live Jazz — From the Sidelines

Experiencing a jazz show as a member of the audience — not as a trombonist — is a new challenge. Continue reading

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Big T and the Water Glass

I didn’t realize how much of a reaction I would get to my last post, but I haven’t found anything inspiring to follow it up.  I’m happy to see the negativity of the Teachout debate begin to fade, and to … Continue reading

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A Word That Makes Me Cringe

My rant against the word “jazzer” Continue reading

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Old and New Media: An Unlikely Pair

Since starting Lubricity a couple of months ago, I’ve started to get the lay of the land as far as where people are at in dealing with jazz over the internet.  It’s really just starting to become useful as a … Continue reading

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