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O'Brien, Hod
O'Brien, Walter Howard
O'Connell, Helen
O'Connor, Mark
O'Day, Anita
O'Dea, Anne Caldwell
O'Farrill, Arturo "Chico"
O'Farrill, Chico
O'Gallagher, John
Oatts, Dick
Oatts, Richard
Ochs, Larry
Ochs, Lawrence
Odrich, Ron
Odrich, Ronald B. D.D.S.
Okegwo, Ugonna
Oles, Darek
Oleszkiewicz, Darek "Oles"
Oliver, Joe "King"
Oliver, Joseph
Oliver, King
Oliver, Melvin James
Oliver, Sy
Onishi, Junko
Opsvik, Eivind
Ortega, Anthony
Ortega, Anthony Robert
Ory, Edward "Kid"
Ory, Kid
Osborne, Mary
Osby, Greg
Othello
Otter, Ned
Ovsepian, Vardan
Owens, Jimmy
Oxley, Tony

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Abbey Sings Abbey

Abbey Lincoln



Night Train

Oscar Peterson Trio



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

Maria Schneider Orchestra



Live at Newport '58

Horace Silver



River: The Joni Letters (with Bonus Tracks) - Amazon.com Exclusive

Herbie Hancock

Reading and Viewing

At Amazon.com you can often buy used for a fraction of the new price


Sarah Vaughan

Jazz Icons: Sarah Vaughan Live in '58 & '64

Jazz Icons

DVD - With perfect time, intonation and taste, she is hand-in-glove with her trio, pianist Ronell Bright, bassist Richard Davis and drummer Art Morgan. -- Doug Ramsey, Rifftides


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


Dexter Gordon

Jazz Icons: Dexter Gordon Live in '63 & '64

Jazz Icons

DVD - Watching the saxophonist in action is akin to a state of jazz bliss ... It’s priceless footage that is worth its weight in gold. -- JazzReview.com


Charles Mingus

Jazz Icons: Charles Mingus Live in '64

Jazz Icons

The iconoclast among icons. This DVD gives witness to three of Mingus's finest live performances, with one of his most potent groups on fire. -- Bass Player Magazine


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

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