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JazzBiographies.com has thousands of jazz biography web pages. Each page contains either biography text or links to recommended biographies at other websites.

JazzBiographies.com allows you to locate and compare biographies without having to wade through pages of fruitless search engine results.

JazzBiographies.com was conceived and constructed by Jeremy Wilson. The majority of the content was developed by Sandra Burlingame.

Jeremy Wilson is the creator of JazzStandards.com. His background is in network analysis and information management.

Sandra Burlingame is the Editor in Chief at JazzStandards.com. She has also edited Sing Your Story by Jay Clayton, Metaphors for the Musician by Randy Halberstadt, Tapping the Source by Brenda Bufalino, and 5/4 Magazine.


Cyrus Plays Elvis

Cyrus Chestnut



Roots and Grooves

Maceo Parker



Live at Newport '58

Horace Silver



Maria Schneider - Sky Blue [Standard Edition] CD -(Wallet style packaging with one booklet)

Maria Schneider Orchestra



Night Train

Oscar Peterson Trio

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R. M. Cook, Brian Morton

The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings: Eighth Edition (Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings)

Penguin (Non-Classics)

The leader in its field... if you own only one book on jazz, it really should be this one. -- International Record Review


Doug Ramsey

Take Five: The Public and Private Lives of Paul Desmond

Parkside Publications, Inc.

Rarely in the annals of jazz biography has a subject's career been documented so thoroughly... a monumental work. -- Downbeat Magazine


Wes Montgomery

Jazz Icons: Wes Montgomery Live in '65

Jazz Icons

DVD - Close-ups of Montgomery's hands traversing the fretboard should be required viewing for any aspiring jazz guitarist. -- The Boston Phoenix


David A. Jasen, Gene Jones

Spreadin' Rhythm Around: Black Popular Songwriters, 1880-1930

Schirmer Books

An entertaining and thoughtful history of great but neglected African-American tunesmiths from the vaudeville and early jazz eras. -- Kirkus Reviews


Miles Davis

Miles

Simon & Schuster

... could well be subtitled "Miles Tells All" for this volume is crammed with juicy gossip about most of the key figures in modern jazz. -- San Francisco Chronicle

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