Jazz Improv Magazine

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  1. Flip Oakes

    Flip Oakes New Friend

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    The latest Autumn Jazz Improv Magazine recently came out and it features trumpet players !!

    Included are Dizzy and Faddis are on the cover. Interviews with Marvin Stamm, Jeremy Pelt, Dave Douglas, Tim Hagans, Randy Brecker, Orbert Davis, Bobby Shew, Brian Lynch, Sean Jones, Flip Oakes and more.

    There are Transcribed Solos, Lead Sheets, and Analysis.

    Each Issue includes a FREE JAZZ CD companion as well....

    This is a GREAT Magazine, and Resource for all Jazz Musicians, and Jazz Enthusiasts!!

    It is sold at either Barnes and Nobles or Borders Bookstores.

    You can also subscribe: Call 1-888-472-0670


    Jazz Improv Magazine
    225 E. 36th Street, Suite 7D
    New York, NY 10016
    1-888-472-0670
    Phone: 212-889-0853
    Fax: 212-889-0931

    http://www.jazzimprov.com

    All The Best,

    Flip Oakes

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  2. dcstep

    dcstep Mezzo Piano User

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    Nov 27, 2003
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    Wow, thanks for the headsup, Flip. It's always a great mag, but that's a great trumpet lineup.

    Dave
     
  3. Lazorphaze

    Lazorphaze Piano User

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    i might have to enter in the jazz improv contest. See if i can't win meself some dough.
     
  4. jazzartizt1742

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    I bought it 4 days ago, great issue! Awesome interviews from Faddis and Stamm!! Downbeat is also a great jazz magazine.
     

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