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1. Karrin Allyson, Wild for You Karrin Allyson, Wild for You August-September, 2004 Review of Karrin Allyson's 2004 release, Wild for You. Accompanied by a group of Kansas city musicians, Allyson's latest record is "a homage to the '70's, when pop songs were sung not shouted.''

2. Mark Pender Mark Pender August-September, 2004 Brief article about Mark Pender, trumpeter with the Max Weinberg Seven, the house band for the Conan O'Brien Show on NBC. Pender, a native of Kansas City, has been in every taping of the show (the show...

3. One for the Count: A Personal Tribute to Count Basie One for the Count: A Personal Tribute to Count Basie August-September, 2004 Basie Orchestra rhythm guitarist Will Matthews writes of his experiences playing in the 70-year-old (in 2004) Basie big band. Also recalled is a 1980, after hours visit by Basie to the Mutual Musicians...

4. The Buck Clayton Photo Collection Available Online The Buck Clayton Photo Collection Available Online August-September, 2004 Article describes the life and career of Buck Clayton, a jazz trumpter whose collection of papers and recordings was recently donated to the Special Collections of Miller Nichols Library at UMKC. Clayton...

5. The Good Ol' 90's The Good Ol' 90's August-September, 2004 Article listing highlights and staples of the Kansas City jazz scene in the 1980's and 1990's. The author cites a friend as referring to these years as "good old days" of Kansas City jazz.

6. Will Matthews Playing in the Count Basie Band Will Matthews Playing in the Count Basie Band August-September, 2004 Article describes the rise of Kansas City jazz musician Will Matthews, who inherited the position of rhythm guitar in the Count Basie Band. The legendary Freddie Green occupied the guitarist's chair in...

7. Woody Herman's Clarinet at Jazz Museum Woody Herman's Clarinet at Jazz Museum August-September, 2004 Article describes the acquisition of one of Woody Herman's clarinets by the American Jazz Museum in Kansas City. Held by the museum on a 5-year, renewable loan, it is one of only two Herman clarinets on...