The Jazz Review was a magazine which was founded by Nat Hentoff, Martin Williams, and , in New York City in 1958. It was published until 1961. Hentoff and Williams were co-editors throughout its brief existence. Many issues of The Jazz Review are available at Jazz Studies Online which assesses its quality as follows: A regular feature of The Jazz Review was "The Blues", a page of transcriptions of the lyrics from blues recordings by a variety of singers, e.g., in the seventh issue: * Crying Mother Blues, Red Nelson * Six Cold Feet in the Ground, Leroy Carr * Patrol Wagon Blues, Henry Allen

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  • The Jazz Review was a magazine which was founded by Nat Hentoff, Martin Williams, and , in New York City in 1958. It was published until 1961. Hentoff and Williams were co-editors throughout its brief existence. Many issues of The Jazz Review are available at Jazz Studies Online which assesses its quality as follows: While all of the material is of high quality, several features are particularly distinctive: the regular reviews of musicians' work by other musicians; Hentoff's regular column "Jazz in Print", which deals with the politics of the music business as well as of the nation; and the incorporation of a wide range of musical styles and approaches to discussing jazz. A regular feature of The Jazz Review was "The Blues", a page of transcriptions of the lyrics from blues recordings by a variety of singers, e.g., in the seventh issue: * Crying Mother Blues, Red Nelson * Six Cold Feet in the Ground, Leroy Carr * Patrol Wagon Blues, Henry Allen (en)
  • The Jazz Review was a jazz criticism magazine which was founded by Nat Hentoff and Martin Williams in New York City in 1958. It was published until 1961. Hentoff and Williams were co-editors throughout its brief existence (which lasted 22 issues). Many issues of The Jazz Review are available at Jazz Studies Online which assesses its quality as follows: While all of the material is of high quality, several features are particularly distinctive: the regular reviews of musicians' work by other musicians; Hentoff's regular column "Jazz in Print", which deals with the politics of the music business as well as of the nation; and the incorporation of a wide range of musical styles and approaches to discussing jazz. A regular feature of The Jazz Review was "The Blues," a page of transcriptions of the lyrics from blues recordings by a variety of singers, e.g., in the seventh issue: * "Crying Mother Blues," Red Nelson * "Six Cold Feet in the Ground," Leroy Carr * "Patrol Wagon Blues," Henry Allen (en)
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  • The Jazz Review was a magazine which was founded by Nat Hentoff, Martin Williams, and , in New York City in 1958. It was published until 1961. Hentoff and Williams were co-editors throughout its brief existence. Many issues of The Jazz Review are available at Jazz Studies Online which assesses its quality as follows: A regular feature of The Jazz Review was "The Blues", a page of transcriptions of the lyrics from blues recordings by a variety of singers, e.g., in the seventh issue: * Crying Mother Blues, Red Nelson * Six Cold Feet in the Ground, Leroy Carr * Patrol Wagon Blues, Henry Allen (en)
  • The Jazz Review was a jazz criticism magazine which was founded by Nat Hentoff and Martin Williams in New York City in 1958. It was published until 1961. Hentoff and Williams were co-editors throughout its brief existence (which lasted 22 issues). Many issues of The Jazz Review are available at Jazz Studies Online which assesses its quality as follows: A regular feature of The Jazz Review was "The Blues," a page of transcriptions of the lyrics from blues recordings by a variety of singers, e.g., in the seventh issue: (en)
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