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What?An mp-free jazz blog focusing on rare or out-of-print music. We generally publish once a week. Songs will be available for a limited time, and are for evaluation purposes only. Attend concerts. Buy music.
Who?Chilly Jay Chill (aka Jeff Jackson) and Prof. Drew LeDrew (aka Jeff Golick). Requests, rants, and rights issues to: destination.out [ at ] gmail [ dot ] com.
How?Just be yourself.
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Category Archives: 1990s
In the spring of 2007, Destination: Out asked many of our favorite jazz writers, critics, and musicians for lists of their favorite jazz albums of the 1990s. Here is everything we got; this link should provide you with a pdf… Continue reading
THE DARK TREE 2 Horace Tapscott The Dark Tree, 1 & 2 hatOLOGY : 1991 HT, piano; John Carter, clarinet; Cecil McBee, contrabass; Andrew Cyrille, drums. WELCOME TO THE CONCLUSION OF THE SUMMATION OF NINETIES WEEK (Part five [b] of… Continue reading
WELCOME TO THE SUMMATION OF NINETIES WEEK (Part five [a] of five) Before we offer a full accounting of the top vote-getters, we need to extend our sincerest thanks to every person who contributed a list to this venture. Listmaking… Continue reading
WELCOME TO NINETIES WEEK (Part four of five) ‘I love the ’90s!’ – Colette Over the past month, we polled music critics, musicians, and bloggers for their favorite jazz records from the 1990s. We got a terrific response. See below… Continue reading
WELCOME TO NINETIES WEEK (Part three of five) ‘The present is in constant struggle with the past.’ -Jean Genet Over the past month, we polled music critics, musicians, and jazz bloggers for their favorite records from the 1990s. We… Continue reading
WELCOME TO NINETIES WEEK (Part two of five) ‘Rewrite history while it’s still fresh.’ – JG Ballard It’s too easy to fetishize the distant past. We mostly highlight overlooked jazz from the 60s, 70s, and 80s here at D:O, but… Continue reading