Jazz Research Journal
Issue 13.1-2 (2019)

Special Issue: Jazz and Everyday Aesthetics
Edited by: Roger Fagge and Nicholas Gebhardt
Editorial (open access)
Roger Fagge, Nicholas Gebhardt

The politics, aesthetics and dissonance of music in everyday life
Roger Fagge

‘9-TO-5, WENT TO COLLEGE, NOT 2-NITE HOMEY BLUES’: Jazz and the American mundane in Jean-Michel Basquiat’s writing
Ellen O'Donoghue Oddy

What can everyday aesthetics teach us about jazz practice?
Michael Fletcher

Russia and the Creation of Jazz in the British Everyday Imaginary
Robert Lawson-Peebles

Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah’s critique of the Danziger Bridge shootings
James Gordon Williams

Jazz, space and labor: Mixed media aestheticization of work songs in Jason Moran’s STAGED
Kimberly Hannon Teal

Rhythm Clubs, record series, and the everyday connoisseurship of ‘hot rhythm’ records in interwar Britain
Lawrence Davies

Jazzing through the luminiferous ether: How international radio broadcasts affected the experience of jazz in 1920s–1930s New Zealand
Aleisha Ward

Grappling with Grappelli: Contemporary jazz violin pedagogy and the legacy of gypsy jazz
Tom Sykes, Ari Poutiainen

‘Mississippi, My Home’: Songwriting, identity and everyday aesthetics in the African-American tradition
Josep Pedro, Begoña Gutiérrez-Martínez

‘What to do over the week-end’: Towards an understanding of distraction, advertising and newspaper coverage of the Kansas City jazz scene in the 1930s
Anthony J. Bushard

Everyday jazz life: A photographic project on contemporary jazz musicians’ lives in Birmingham
Pedro Cravinho, Brian Homer

Extended play: A history of listenings
Sarah Raine

Living with music: Departures and returns among early New Orleans jazz musicians
Nicholas Gebhardt

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