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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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My Foolish Heart

Keith Jarrett / Gary Peacock / Jack DeJohnette



Live at Newport '58

Horace Silver



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

Herbie Hancock



Day Trip

Pat Metheny Trio



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


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


Eric Dolphy, Stan Getz, Elvin Jones, McCoy Tyner, John Coltrane

Jazz Icons: John Coltrane Live in β€˜60, β€˜61 & β€˜65

Jazz Icons

DVD - Viewing these three sets is like watching the wheels of change transforming jazz itself. . . Each set is breathtaking and inspiring, and when viewed together, deadly awesome. -- Bass Player 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

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