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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RJD2: Record Roots Turn Up the Phonograph: Dante Ross For the Love of Love Money The Untold Tale of an Underground Cult Classic Memory Machines Turntablism’s Alternate Tradition Part II – History of the phonograph Wayne McGhie & the Sounds of Joy Canadian Sound Heritage – Jamaica to Toronto Elbow to Elbow The Roosevelt Hotel NYC Record Show A Man and His Music, From Harlem, New York An Interview with International Latin Music Hall of Famer, Henry “Pucho” Brown Academic Archive Volume Volume VIII Record Collecting in the Lost Provinces Solid Soul Poppa Willie Mitchell Player to Preacher A Chat with Al Green I Know How to Get a Sound Joe Zawinul and His Electronic Sonics The Joe Zawinul Selected Record Timeline 1966-1980 Carry That Weight Jazz & Soul Covers the Beatles

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