THE 10 BEST JAZZ CDS OF 2009

Helio Alves: It's Clear (Reservoir Music)
Luis Bonilla: I Talking Now! (Planet Arts)
Edmar Castaneda: Entre Cuerdas (ArtistShare)
Bill Henderson: Beautiful Memory (Ahuh Productions)
Fred Hersch: Fred Hersch Plays Jobim (Sunnyside)
Diane Hubka: I Like It Here: Live in Tokyo (SSJ Records)
James Moody: 4A (IPO Recordings)
Claudio Roditi: Brazilliance x 4 (Resonance)
Gary Smulyan: High Noon: The Jazz Soul of Frankie Laine
(Reservoir Music)
Gerald Wilson: Detroit (Mack Avenue)

BEST LATIN JAZZ CD: Wayne Wallace: ¡Bien Bien! (Patois Records)

BEST REISSUE CD: Various Artists: The Trombones Inc. (Lonehill)

BEST BOX SET: Ella Fitzgerald: Twelve Nights in Hollywood (Verve)


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GENIUS ON THE EDGE: BUD POWELL AND THELONIOUS MONK
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