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Earland, Charles
East, Nathan
Eastman, Madeline
Eberle, Ray
Eberle, Robert
Eberly, Bob
Eckstein, William Clarence
Eckstine, Billy
Edison, Harry
Edison, Harry "Sweets"
Edison, Sweets
Edwards, Cliff
Edwards, Clifton A.
Edwards, Eddie
Edwards, Edwin Branford
Edwards, Teddy
Edwards, Theodore Marcus
Egan, Mark
Egan, Mark McDanel
Egstrom, Norma Deloris
Ehrlich, Marty
Eigsti, Taylor
Ekdahl, Lisa
El'Zabar, Kahil
Eldar
Eldridge, David Roy
Eldridge, Peter
Eldridge, Roy
Elf, Mark
Elias, Eliane
Eliscu, Edward
Elling, Kurt
Ellington, Duke
Ellington, Edward Kennedy
Ellington, Mercer
Ellington, Mercer Kennedy
Elliot, Richard
Ellis, Don
Ellis, Herb
Ellis, John
Ellis, Mitchell Herbert
Ellman, Liberty
Emery, James
Enriquez, Bobby
Enriquez, Roberto Delprado Yulo
Epstein, Melvin
Ericson, Rolf
Erno, Kvrda
Erskine, Peter
Ervin, Booker
Ervin, Booker Telleferro II
Erwin, George
Erwin, Pee Wee
Eschete, Ron
Escoffery, Wayne
Escovedo, Pete
Esen, Aydin
Eskelin, Ellery
Eskovitz, Dr. Bruce
Ess, Gene
Etting, Ruth
Eubanks, Duane
Eubanks, Kevin
Eubanks, Robin
Europe, James Reese
Europe, Jim
Evans, Bill
Evans, Gil
Evans, Orrin
Evans, Ray
Evans, Raymond B
Evans, William John
Ewell, Don
Ewell, Donald Tyson
Eyges, David
Eyton, Frank

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Day Trip

Pat Metheny Trio



Night Train

Oscar Peterson Trio



My Foolish Heart

Keith Jarrett / Gary Peacock / Jack DeJohnette



Cyrus Chestnut

Cyrus Chestnut



Cyrus Plays Elvis

Cyrus Chestnut

Reading and Viewing

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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


Doug Ramsey

Take Five: The Public and Private Lives of Paul Desmond

Parkside Publications, Inc.

Rarely in the annals of jazz biography has a subject's career been documented so thoroughly... a monumental work. -- Downbeat Magazine


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


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


Stuart Nicholson

Billie Holiday (Music)

Northeastern

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