Issue 40


  • re:Discovery Resume, Scorpio, Tyrone and Carr, Eduardo Mateo and El Kinto Conjunto (and Friends), Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
  • In Memoriam Willie Mitchell 1928-2010, Teddy Pendergrass 1950-2010
  • Havana Cultura Gilles Peterson returns from Cuba with smoking Havana sounds
  • Javelin Dollar-bin bandits hit their mark
  • Outside the Lines Rhythm maestros Tortoise skirt the edges only to circle back
  • Record Rundown Breakestra embraces funk’s fundamentals
  • The Soul of El Barrio Joe Cuba and his Sextet reinvented Latin music many times over
  • Community Unity Detroit collective Tribe employed jazz to empower the people
  • Techno pioneer Carl Craig fosters Tribe’s enduring legacy
  • Higher Ground Motown cofounder and hitmaker ascended soul’s limitations
  • Bittersweet Leroy “Sugarfoot” Bonner bares the pleasures and pains of the Ohio Players
  • Shut Up and Learn The auspicious apprenticeship of Atlantic Records engineer Gene Paul
  • Fast Hands Jazz vibist Johnny Lytle relentlessly wet the distance
  • Analog Out The full circle of the grid sequencer
  • Converse 45 Series Accepted Eclectic: James Pants “Green Eyed Love” b/w Mayer Hawthorne “Thin Moon”

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