Original copy of Issue 15 from Feb/Mar 2006: Sold As Is Condition: VG(+)
The Mizell Brothers made Blue Note the hippest record label of the 1970s, even if it infuriated the jazz purists. Archie Shepp and the jazz avant-garde also had a knack for incensing the critics. We’ve got beautiful photos showing how real their movement was. And we finish up our talk with David Axelrod, who never got his own critical due.
re:Discovery The Sylvers, The Junkyard Band, Sidney Owens and North South Connection, Sir Victor Uwaifo and His Melody Maestros, Gershon Kingsley (Composer)
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