Wax Poetics

Wax Poetics is a quarterly American music magazine dedicated to vintage and contemporary jazz, funk, soul, Latin, hip-hop, reggae, blues, and R&B in the crate-digger tradition; the name of the magazine is itself an allusion to vinyl records.

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Academic Archive Accessing the Past in Eldred v. Ashcroft (01-618) 239 F.3d 372 On the Blackhand Side Bill Gunn and Ganja and Hess: A Strange Trip The Aural Adventures of Savath and Savalas Sound Savior If Radio is Sound Salvation, Billy Bass is its Shaman History of a Break Record The Incredible Bongo Band When Fusion Was Fun Stone Alliance, PM records, and the Open Sky Trio All the Urban Scraw That’s Fit to Print The New York Times and the War on Subway Graffiti Also Sprach Deodato Arranger, Composer, and Jazz-Funk Legend Eumir Deodato Jack Ashford The Unknown tambourine Man Pete Rock Reminisces In Pursuit of Joe Henderson The Milestone Years Roy Ayers: Music of Many Colors Mr. Magic’s Be-Bop Convention Early Connecticut Hip-Hop

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