The Jazz.com Blog
December 01, 2007 · 0 comments
We are proudly opening our doors after almost two years of behind-the-scenes efforts to create a useful and exciting center of jazz activity on the web. We are launching with almost three thousand pages of unique content – including features, reviews and interviews contributed by many of the finest writers in the jazz world.
Our music review section offers an unmatched guide to the greatest jazz tracks, encompassing both timeless classics and the most provocative contemporary performances. Unlike other guides to recordings, which typically review entire CDs, jazz.com highlights the best individual tracks --- an invaluable guide in this day of downloading and iPod-ing.
Jazz.com is also delighted to announce that we are the new home to Lewis Porter’s unique Encyclopedia of Jazz Musicians, an unsurpassed source of information on currently active performers. Also make sure to visit our Visual Jazz galleries where we feature the best in jazz photography and painting. We also invite site visitors to participate in our discussion boards, list their goods and services in the jazz.com directory, or create their own jazz.com web page. Check back here in the coming days, as we share more of highlights of jazz.com.
This blog entry posted by Ted Gioia
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