• The publication of Arya Jenkins’ “FOOLISH LOVE” is the eleventh in a series of short stories she has been commissioned to write for Jerry Jazz Musician.

     

  • You bring out the jazz in me
    The art blakey, max roach the roy haynes in me
    Seeing you  shake your hips like
    Congas…the way you move your hips to a mamba

     

  • In this edition, Paul features samples of Alex Steinweiss album covers, created during the early 1940’s, at the beginning of his career

     

     

  • Them knees,
    full of bees again,
     
    two gates
    flapping in a stuttering breeze,
  • “Foolish Love” — a short story by Arya Jenkins
  • "You Bring Out the Jazz in Me” — a poem by Erren Kelly
  • Cover Stories, with Paul Morris; Vol. 21
  • "Diddley-Bop-She-Bop" -- a poem by Michael L. Newell
Quiz Show » Jazz History Quiz

Jazz History Quiz #98

This pianist – known for his tasteful swinging and bop-based style – was Ella Fitzgerald’s regular accompanist from 1963 – 1965, and again from 1968 – 1978. Who was he?

Harold Mabern

Bobby Timmons

Barry Harris

Hank Jones

Oscar Peterson

Elmo Hope

Tommy Flanagan

Go to the next page for the answer!

 

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Literature » Poetry

“Jazz” — a poem by William Chene

Somewhere between the wide open spaces
And those tiny, secret places in the heart,
The sound of nursery rhymes and temple chimes
Mingle with incense and nonsense
Until even the air has to smile.
That’s where you’ll find me, in my hiding place,
Making up rhymes and trying to keep time
To the pace of the

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