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INDEX FOR ESSAYS FOLDER

THE AUSTRALIAN JAZZ ORCHESTRA IN THE UNITED STATES by Eric Myers

HORST LIEPOLT: MAN WITH A PASSION by Eric Myers

HORST LIEPOLT IN NEW YORK by Gordon Dodd

A NIGHT IN NEW YORK WITH DAVID ADES by Eric Myers

JAZZ AND THE CULTURAL POLITICS OF AUSTRALIAN MUSIC by Bruce Johnson

THE KALEIDOSCOPIC MUSICAL MIND OF BRUCE CALE by John Shand

TRADITIONAL JAZZ IN AUSTRALIA by Bruce Johnson

THE CRISIS IN MODERN JAZZ IN AUSTRALIA by Peter Rechniewski

A RESPONSE TO PETER RECHNIEWSKI by Bruce Johnson

CLEMENT SEMMLER: THE FORGOTTEN JAZZ PIONEER by Eric Myers

THE EL ROCCO: AN ERA IN SYDNEY JAZZ by Bruce Johnson

THE ERROL BUDDLE STORY (PART ONE) by Eric Myers

THE ERROL BUDDLE STORY (PART TWO) by Eric Myers

ON ARTHUR JAMES RECEIVING THE OAM by John Sangster

IF THOSE WALLS COULD ONLY SPEAK by Harry Stein with a comment by Bruce Johnson

MEANING IT: TRUTH, TRUMP, UNIVERSALITY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA by John Shand

BRINGING UP THE BODIES: COGNITIVE AGENCY IN JAZZ by Bruce Johnson

COLLECTIVE AUTONOMY: A PATH TOWARDS ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE by Phil Treloar

WHY IS THERE SO LITTLE SPACE FOR WOMEN IN JAZZ MUSIC? by Cat Hope

EL ROCCO: BEYOND THE MAINSTREAM by John Clare

THE UNTOLD HISTORY OF TASMANIAN JAZZ by Simon Petty

THE AUSTRALASIAN JAZZ AND IMPROVISATION RESEARCH NETWORK: BIRTH OF A NOTION by Bruce Johnson, Chris Coady, Rob Burke

MIKE NOCK: MAKING MUSIC FLOW FROM THE RIVER WITHIN by Jakob Baekgaard

JAZZ CENTRE 44: SOUNDING MANY CHORDS by John Clare

MARK SIMMONDS: I WANT TO BE THE BEST by Martin Jackson

KEITH STIRLING: AN ENIGMA by Eric Myers

GRAEME BELL AT SEVENTY by Bruce Johnson

TEN YEARS OF THE BASEMENT by Phil Tripp

SIMON BARKER: NEVER RUNNING OUT OF STEAM by John Shand

PAUL FURNISS: MORE THAN A TRAD PLAYER by Bruce Johnson

THE SYDNEY JAZZ CLUB: 30 YEARS ON by Bruce Johnson

CHUCK YATES AT 75: A GIANT OF AUSTRALIAN JAZZ by Phil Sandford

IMPROVISATIONS: JAZZ PIANIST ANDREA KELLER by Anna Goldsworthy

JIM KELLY & MICK KENNY: BACKBONE OF CROSSFIRE by Eric Myers

GENESIS OF IDENTITY IN AUSTRALIAN IMPROVISED MUSIC by Timothy Stevens

THE LEN BARNARD STORY by Len Barnard

JOHN SANGSTER: AN APPRECIATION by Len Barnard

IMPROVISATION IN CLASSICAL MUSIC: WHERE DID IT GO? by Brian Jenkins

SOME OF MY FAVOURITE ALBUMS (IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER) by Dave Ellis

ALLAN BROWNE & RICHARD MILLER: MODERNISTS & TRADITIONALISTS by Adrian Jackson

TWO INTERVIEWS WITH DON BURROWS by Eric Myers

DON BURROWS AT 80 YEARS OF AGE by Andrew Ford

MELBOURNE’S BENNETTS LANE JAZZ CLUB CLOSES by David James

DAVID JAMES, AUTHOR OF THE WORLD’S BEST JAZZ CLUB by Miriam Zolin

FREE IMPROVISATION: A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE by Martin Davidson

JAMES MORRISON AND DALE BARLOW: THE YOUNG LIONS by Eric Myers

BENNETTS LANE: THE EMERGENCE OF AN INSTITUTION by David James

IT’S ALL JAZZ BUT PLAY YOUR BAG! by Keith Hounslow

BRUCE CALE: MORE THAN JUST A JAZZ MUSICIAN by Adrian Jackson

IS BOB BARNARD AUSTRALIA’S GREATEST JAZZ MUSICIAN? by Dick Hughes

BERNIE McGANN & PAUL GRABOWSKY: A MATCH MADE IN JAZZ HEAVEN, by Tony Hillier

WILMA READING’S BRILLIANT CAREER, by Tony Hillier

DICK HUGHES by Clement Semmler

DICK MONTZ, Interviewed by Mike Williams

JUDY BAILEY: AN IMPROVISED CAREER, by Eric Myers

JUDY BAILEY'S RECORDED MUSIC: AN APPRECIATION, by John Shand

40 YEARS OF JAZZTRACK: AN INTERVIEW WITH MAL STANLEY by Joanne Kee

UNITY HALL JAZZ BAND: WORLD'S LONGEST RUNNING GIG by Nick Galvin

PAUL McNAMARA: A JAZZ THINKER by Eric Myers

ALAN TURNBULL: THE FACE BEHIND THE DRUMS by John Shand

IS THERE AN AUSTRALIAN JAZZ? by Bruce Johnson

KEITH HOUNSLOW: A NEW CAREER PHASE by Gail Brennan/John Clare

BOB SEDERGREEN: THE INTERVIEW by Adrian Jackson

GEOFF BULL: AN INTERVIEW by Eric Myers

ALLAN BROWNE: DRUMMING UP 50 REASONS TO REJOICE by Andra Jackson

NO BIG DEAL: AN INTERVIEW WITH PHIL TRELOAR by John Shand + Concert Review by Eric Myers

WE ARE OUTSIDERS by Ross McHenry

CHICK COREA: RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ARTIST by Eric Myers

FRANK SMITH AT THE EMBERS, MELBOURNE 1960-61 by Ted Nettelbeck

CHRIS QUA Interviewed by Mike Williams

AT THE SOURCE: DAVE PANICHI'S LIFE IN JAZZ by Samuel Cottell

DAVE PANICHI & THE BUDDY RICH TAPE: I GOT NOTHIN’ FOR YOU by Richard Cooke

COLLECTIVE AUTONOMY: RIVER’S FLOW by Phil Treloar

SCHMOE: LEADING ADELAIDE JAZZ SAXOPHONIST AND PERSONALITY by Ted Nettelbeck

RAY MARGINSON: HIS EARLY DAYS IN JAZZ by Ken Simpson-Bull

THE RETIREMENT OF JAZZ LEGEND SONNY ROLLINS: HIS SAX, HIS LEGACY, AND THE SECRET TO LIFE by David Marchese

UNDERSTANDING MILES DAVIS IN NINE PARTS by Greg Cwik and David Marchese

INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY: AUSTRALIA’S JAZZ COMMUNITY SOUNDS OFF by Loretta Barnard

AN OPEN LETTER TO ETHAN IVERSON (AND THE REST OF JAZZ PATRIARCHY) by Sasha Berliner

TONY GOULD Interviewed by Mike Williams

JUDY BAILEY’S ANOTHER JOURNEY: MUSIC FOR SYMPHONY AND JAZZ ORCHESTRAS Reviewed by Eric Myers

VIKTOR’S VIEWMY MUSICAL INVENTORY by Viktor Zappner

JAZZ: HOW CAN IT GO FORWARD? by Graeme Bell AO MBE

A CONVERSATION WITH ERROL BUDDLE by Mike McKeon

IN CONVERSATION: QUINCY JONES by David Marchese

AUSTRALIAN JAZZ HISTORY:  A BRIEF OVERVIEW by Tony Gould

FIRST LADIES OF JAZZ: ELLA AND SARAH by Maureen Meers

DAVE DALLWITZ & THE SOUTHERN JAZZ GROUP by Bruce Johnson

WARREN DALY AND THE BIG BAND by Eric Myers

ON CHARLIE MUNRO by Bruce Johnson

ON THE BENDERS by Bruce Johnson

STEWART SPEER: A DRUMMER WHO WON’T LET THE ODDS BEAT HIM by Eric Myers

CAN JAZZ BE SAVED? by Terry Teachout

ON CHRIS ABRAHAMS  by Mark Bazeley

ON RAY SWINFIELD by Bruce Johnson

BRIAN BROWN: STILL A FORCE by Adrian Jackson

SIMA & THE VISIT OF DEWEY REDMAN IN 1986 by Eric Myers

MARIE WILSON: A MUSICIAN’S SINGER by Bruce Johnson

MARIE WILSON: SKETCHING NUANCE ONTO A CANVAS OF SUBTLETY by John Shand

ROGER FRAMPTON AND THE RESURGENCE OF CREATIVE MUSIC by John Clare

PAUL GRABOWSKY: A TALENT TO BE RECKONED WITH by Adrian Jackson

THE ROGER JANES BAND: MAVERICKS WITH EARS by Bruce Johnson

THE CURIOUS CASE OF AUSTRALIAN SESSION MUSICIANS AND THEIR UNFORTUNATE LICENSING RIGHTS by Pete Thoms

A STORY OF JAZZ IN SYDNEY by Peter Boothman

PETER BOOTHMAN: GROWTH & BALANCE by Bruce Johnson

DON HARPER: AN EXPATRIATE RETURNED by Eric Myers

TOM BAKER: APOSTLE OF SWING by Eric Myers

AUSTRALIAN JAZZ HISTORY: A COMPREHENSIVE OVERVIEW by John Whiteoak & Bruce Johnson

MAKING A DIFFERENCE: MORE GIGS, BETTER PAY by Bruce Johnson

KEITH HOUNSLOW Interviewed by Mike Williams

A CONCISE HISTORY OF AMERICAN JAZZ by Alexander Hunter

BOB BERTLES QUINTET PREVIEW by John Shand

BOB BERTLES’ METEOR, NUCLEUS AND TEN PART QUADRUPLE THREAT by John Shand

WAY OUT WEST by Ian Muldoon

ALAN NASH: ANOTHER MELBURNIAN SUCCESSFUL IN SYDNEY by Gill Falson

JENNY SHEARD by Eric Myers

KERRIE BIDDELL by Eric Myers

LET'S NOT LOSE THAT RHYTHM by Peter Rechniewski

ACTION PLAN COULD SEE JAZZ JUMPING by Andra Jackson

PETER RECHNIEWSKI: UNCAPED CRUSADER by John Shand

BRIAN BROWN Interviewed by Mike Williams

THE PROFESSOR: ANDREW SPEIGHT by Gordon R Webb

JAMES MACAULAY: THE CHARM OF THE TROMBONE IS IN ITS MYSTERY by Nikos Fotakis

JOHN BUCHANAN: HONOURED FOR SERVICES TO JAZZ MUSIC by Samuel Moore

LLOYD SWANTON’S AMBON: QUITE AN EXPERIENCE by Ian Muldoon

JUKEBOX JAZZ by Ian Muldoon

LINDA MAY HAN OH, THE DOUBLE BASS, AND ME by Ian Muldoon

MY MUSIC NOTATION STORY by Maree Steinway

SIMA & THE STATE OF AUSTRALIAN JAZZ 2006, Peter Rechniewski interviewed by Peter Jordan

WHAT DO JAZZ CRITICS DO? I - John Shand is interviewed by Peter Jordan

WHAT DO JAZZ CRITICS DO? II - John McBeath is interviewed by Peter Jordan

THE TALENTED PIANIST BILLY WALKER Interviewed by Gill Falson

THE REMARKABLE MR MORRISON by Mervyn E Collins

JAZZ AND THE ARTIST’S BUSINESS by Ian Muldoon

EXCEEDING MY REACH: ‘INSIDE’ THE UNFAMILIAR by Robert Burke

THE BRILLIANCE OF CHARLIE PARKER by Whitney Balliett

BIG BAND THEORY: A PERSONAL VIEW by Ian Muldoon

CARLO PAGNOTTA & UMBRIA JAZZ 2001: PRELUDE TO A FAILURE by Eric Myers

HORROR MOVIE, IT’S THE 6.30 NEWS: WHY THE AUSTRALIAN MEDIA IGNORE JAZZ by Peter Jordan

SANDY EVANS: IN CONVERSATION WITH MICHAEL WEBB

DON BANKS Interviewed by Mike Williams

AN EXCHANGE I HAD WITH SARAH VAUGHAN by Wynton Marsalis

VIBRAPHONE: THE FORGOTTEN INSTRUMENT OF AUSTRALIAN JAZZ by Garry Lee

WARREN DALY BACK IN THE SWING OF IT by Kevin Jones

TRINKLE TINKLE BANG BANG: PIANO JOYS by Ian Muldoon