JULIAN JOSEPH JAZZ ACADEMY SUCCESSES!

Julian is proud to announce that this year five JJJA students have been accepted into the Jazz programme at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, two into the course at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, one into the programme at Middlesex University with another one to study composition at Birmingham Conservatoire.

Most recently, two of the Academy's brightest stars, Wilfie Williams and Karen Shiraishi, have been awarded major scholarships to study at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston Massachusetts, with a third student awaiting his results. Wilfie has also received a scholarship to attend the Jazz programme at The New School in New York City.

"Congratulations to all our students for putting the hard work in and showing their dedication and love for this music, you make us all so proud. Every student at JJJA matters to us, they are our greatest treasure and we want to support and build their confidence to create positively in the world with the magical beauty of Jazz." Julian Joseph

Click here for press release.

 
JULIAN TALKS ABOUT BBC YOUNG JAZZ MUSICIAN OF THE YEAR
 
BBC TEN PIECES CELEBRATES ITS AMBASSADOR

To celebrate Julian's birthday next week, the BBC Ten Pieces team caught up with him to wish him many happy returns and to ask him to tell us a bit more about himself.

In just ten quick-fire questions we've found out all that you need to know about Julian, from who encouraged him to become a professional musician to his secret love for basketball.

Click here to read.

The BBC's Ten Pieces is an exciting initiative for primary and secondary age students led by BBC Learning and the BBC Performing Groups. Its aim is to open up the world of classical music to a new generation of children and inspire them to develop their own creative responses to ten pieces of music using a variety of art forms - digital art or animation, performance poetry, dance or movement and composition.

 
 
YAMAHA JAZZ FM REPLAY PROJECT @ LOVE SUPREME 2016

Jazz FM and Yamaha UK have teamed up to offer amateur and lapsed musicians a unique once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to perform as part of the Replay Project at the Love Supreme Festival in July.

Applications are invited from adult amateurs who play saxophone, trumpet or trombone. Successful applicants will be invited to a series of rehearsals to be coached by Pete Long, Musical Director of The Ronnie Scott's Big Band. Following these, musicians will go on to perform at Love Supreme with the Replay Project big band.

''It's a blessing for me to be involved with Replay to encourage opportunities for budding musicians to rejoin in the adventure of music making. Truly one of the most rewarding endeavours in life is to play an instrument and to share that with others so I look forward in anticipation to seeing things unfold and hearing the results.'' Julian Joseph, Patron.

As a patron of the project, Julian is joined by Jamie Cullum, Jools Holland and Alexander Armstrong. Click here for more info and application details.

 
JAZZ WORKSHOP, CORN EXCHANGE NEWBURY, 16 MAY 2015

Julian will be hosting a workshop masterclass at the Corn Exchange Newbury, as part of the Newbury Spring Festival on Saturday 16 May from 11 am until 1 pm ahead of his trio gig.

For more info and free tickets, click here, or call 0845 5218 218.

   
LEICESTER HOUSE JAZZ PRESENTS... JULIAN JOSEPH
 
Leicester Jazz House TV interview at Embrace Arts in Leicester, March 2015.
   
   
KINGS PLACE LOCAL

Julian is featured as Kings Place Local in the December 2014-March 2015 listings, interviewed ahead of his 7 February 2015 appearance.

Click here to read the interview.

For gig info and tickets, click here.

   
   
JULIAN INTRODUCES BBC FOUR'S BLUES COLLECTION
Sonny Boy Williamson

Julian recalls his early love of music and reflects upon how blues is the "bedrock and the catalyst" of modern music.

"A love for any black music means a love for the blues as that is tied up in all of it and it's something that runs through all the music that I love. The sounds of people like Sonny Boy Williamson, Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, the early sound of Delta blues is the thing that really gets me going. I love that sound: that sense of yearning, the raucousness, its emotional cry, that's what attracts me to it."

Click here for more.

Watch the BBC Four Collection online here.

   

'MY MUSIC' FEATURE

Julian talks about five of his favourite tracks in the latest issue of the BASCA magazine, 'The Works'.

Click here to read.

 

   
WINDOWS INTO TRISTAN AND ISOLDE - TICKETS SELLING OUT FAST  

Julian's contemporary reimagining of this timeless legend, commissioned for Stephen Fry's Deloitte Ignite Verdi/Wagner Festival, is to be performed at the Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, on Sunday 22 September at 7 pm.

The performance will feature members of the Julian Joseph All Star Big Band:

Julian Joseph (piano)
Mark Hodgson (bass)
Mark Mondesir (drums)
Russell Bennett (trumpet)
Richard Henry (bass trombone)
Shabaka Hutchings (clarinet & bass clarinet)

with Carleen Anderson, Ken Papenfus, Christine Tobin and Cleveland Watkiss in the lead roles.

Click here to book the last remaining seats, or call 020 7304 4000.

   

JULIAN JOSEPH JAZZ ACADEMY SUMMER CAMP, 29-31 JULY

The Julian Joseph Jazz Academy will be hosting a 3-day Summer Camp at Haggerston School, Weymouth Terrace, London E2 8LS from Monday 29th to Wednesday 31 July. Students will have the chance to work with some of the world’s top jazz musicians to develop their creative talents and performance skills through exploring the American roots of jazz.

SESSIONS INCLUDE:
Real Jazz Notes – the art of improvisation
The Language of Truth - finding the voice of jazz
Jazz Democracy – discipline of the Sideman
Rhythmic Fundamentals – core principles of jazz
Jazz Roots and Legends – jazz through its history

With Julian Joseph, Trevor Watkis, Mark Mondesir, Mark Hodgson, Cleveland Watkiss and other special guests.

If you are an instrumentalist or vocalist aged 11-22 with a keen interest in jazz, apply here or call 020 8882 8825.

   
JULIAN JOSEPH TRIO @ RONNIE SCOTT'S - SELLING OUT FAST
 

Julian returns to Ronnie Scott's on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 May with his trio - Mark Hodgson on bass and Mark Mondesir on drums.

For more info and booking, go to www.ronniescotts.co.uk.

 

JUMPIN' AT THE WIGMORE

Students from the Julian Joseph Jazz Academy and the Brass Band and Choir from the Centre for Young Musicians Hackney will be performing at London's Wigmore Hall on Saturday 18 May at 12.30 pm.

Tickets £5, available at the Saturday programme or by order here (NB: tickets cannot be purchased in advance from the Wigmore Hall or on the day).

Wigmore Hall, 36 Wigmore Street, London W1. Nearest tubes: Oxford Circus/Bond Street.

 

JULIAN AT THE REST IS NOISE FESTIVAL, SOUTHBANK CENTRE, LONDON
Click here to listen to Julian talking about the influence of jazz on the classical composers of the 1920s - Stravinsky, Milhaud, Poulenc, Ravel, Prokofiev - at London's Royal Festival Hall as part of the Rest Is Noise Festival.
 
JULIAN ON STRAVINSKY & THE CLASSICAL/JAZZ COMPOSERS OF THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY

Julian discusses Stravinsky's use of jazz harmony and rhythm in The Rite of Spring (click on link below), ahead of his talk about Le Jazz, the Parisian movement in the early 1920s, as part of the Rest Is Noise Festival, Royal Festival Hall, Sunday 10 February, 1.30 pm.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/video/2013/feb/07/rest-is-noise-stravinsky-rite-spring-video-preview

For more info and tickets, click here.

 
     
JULIAN JOSEPH JAZZ ACADEMY OPENS SATURDAY 12 JANUARY 2013    

"I want to create an Academy that gets to the heart and power of Jazz through its roots and history. The infectious rhythm, melody and invention inspires in an environment of cooperation and encouragement. The Academy’s mission is to be true to this great music." (Julian Joseph, Founder and Artistic Director)

The Julian Joseph Jazz Academy aims to provide young people with an amazing opportunity to work with some of the world's top jazz musicians, develop their creative talents and performance skills, and explore the roots and history of jazz.

In the run-up to the opening of the Julian Joseph Jazz Academy in January 2013, Julian will be hosting a series of Taster Days, with workshops and performances designed to give an insight into what the Academy is set to offer.

Three Taster Days will be held in London, on Sunday 30th September at the Barbican Centre, Saturday 20th October at WAC, NW3, and Sunday 11th November at the World Heartbeat Academy, SW18.

For more info and to enrol, go to www.hmdt.org.uk and download an application form.

 
     

BECOME A JULIAN JOSEPH JAZZ ACADEMY LUMINARY

Julian is actively recruiting lovers of jazz for HMDT Music because the Julian Joseph Jazz Academy needs their support!

The JJA Luminaries are a devoted group of jazz musicians, promoters, organisations and individuals who through their generous donations help to support the Academy and its activities.

Donate here.
 
 
     
"BROWN BOMBER" REVIEW  

'The Brown Bomber dance suite was a superb piece of dance theatre. The dancers embodied a multitude of characters epitomising the time of the second boxing match between Schmeling and Louis. The boxers' training camps with their attendant fans and young pretenders, the managers and coaches were all brought exquisitely to life through well-developed characterisation and well-chosen dance styling. Adding another layer of vivacity to the piece were the no-expense-spared costumes; it was like watching a dance version of the Bugsy Malone film.'

Lewis Wheeler, Cloud Dance Festival, 24 June 2012 (4 stars).

Download the soundtrack from NMC here.

 

BOOKING OPEN FOR JULIAN JOSEPH QUINTET @ PROMS AT ST JUDE'S
Julian is bringing a new quintet to the Proms at St Jude's Festival in June, featuring Christian Garrick on violin, Steve Williamson on tenor & soprano saxophones, Mark Hodgson on bass and Mark Mondesir on drums. For more information and tickets, click here.
 
YAMAHA JAZZ EXPERIENCE COMPETITION FINALS
Julian will be judging the finals of the Yamaha Jazz Experience Competition on Monday 7 May at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival. The event will take place between 1 & 3 pm on the Montpellier Gardens Free Stage. For more info, click here.
 
JULIAN TO HEADLINE EVENING OF JAZZ PIANO AT KING'S SCHOOL MACCLESFIELD

Widely regarded as Britain’s leading jazz pianist, Julian is the latest star attraction in the King’s School’s concert series. Julian will play the King’s School’s Main Hall at the Boys’ Division on Saturday April 28 beginning at 7.00pm. He will play the main set with other sets from top local artistes the Steve Plews Trio, the Dan Whieldon Trio and rising star George King.

The evening will celebrate the release of Julian’s first album in 15 years, 'Live at the Vortex', which has already received five-star reviews in The Guardian and Independent and was produced by local producer and jazz pianist Steve Plews. He said: "Working with Julian has been a revelation. His technique and approach to the instrument is awe inspiring. If you enjoy the music of Thelonius Monk, Oscar Peterson and, of course, the great American song book then this is event is a once in a life time chance to hear this standard in Macclesfield."

Tickets at £10 and £7 concessions are available from 07833 163529 or ASC Records.

 
SHADOWBALL, ONE NIGHT ONLY, HACKNEY EMPIRE, THURSDAY 15 MARCH

Julian Joseph and Mike Phillips’ compelling jazz opera tells the fast-paced story of Negro League baseball players and their jazz compatriots struggling to achieve their dreams in a time of segregation. Inspired by the era of Ellington and Armstrong, Joseph’s swinging score offers a lively evening of home runs, peanuts and Cracker Jack. Great fun for all the family!

Special fund-raising performance. Bigger and better than ever - over 200 on stage! Tickets £10-£25, or a £50 donation package. Click here to book, or call 020 8985 2424.

   
JULIAN JOSEPH TRIO @ TURNER SIMS HALL ON JAZZ LINE-UP  

Kevin le Gendre introduces the Julian Joseph Trio at the Turner Sims Hall, Southampton, in Jazz Line-Up's grand finale to the Music Nation weekend on Radio 3. Classic Jazz Standards together with Joseph originals are on the bill.

Jazz Line-Up, BBC Radio 3, Sunday 4 March, 11 pm.

   
LIVE @ THE VORTEX ALBUM RELEASE 1 FEBRUARY 2012  

"An arresting reminder of Joseph's powers and deep awareness of the jazz tradition." John Fordham, The Guardian.

Julian's solo set at the British Piano Festival, recorded live at The Vortex, London in September 2008 is being released by ASC Records on 1 February 2012.

This unique solo recording captures the essence of Julian Joseph's pianistic talent; the percussive intricacy and tender harmony embellished with a fearsome improvisatory technique. Recorded live at the Vortex Jazz Club, in London, this is an intimate portrait of one of the finest pianists of his generation.

For more info, click here. Available from HMV, Propermusic and Amazon, or download here.

   
VIKTORIA MULLOVA & MATTHEW BARLEY ENSEMBLE LIVE BROADCAST  
Watch this concert broadcast live from the Louvre in Paris on Medici TV at 7 pm, Friday 20 January.  
 
MICHAEL GARRICK TRIBUTE ON JAZZ LINE-UP, CHRISTMAS DAY  

It was planned to be a Christmas special broadcast where British jazz legend Michael Garrick MBE would conduct his Big Band for a performance of his "Peter Pan" Suite for Christmas Day. The news of his tragic death in November was a blow and a sad loss that one of our own powerhouses in composition had died.

In his honour, BBC Radio 3's Jazz Line-Up pays tribute to Michael by completing the project and recording his Jazz Suite "Peter Pan", in the same studio where he made his early broadcast some 50 yaers ago, the iconic BBC Maida Vale studios in west London.

His son Gabriel directs the band and the programme is presented by Julian Joseph.

   
JOSEPH COMMISSIONS FOR NYJO  
Two new pieces by Julian, commissioned by the National Youth Jazz Orchestra, will be performed during their residency at Ronnie Scott's this coming January. For more info, click here.
   

JAZZ UK FEATURE

"Jazz musicians are easy to take for granted. You can call us yesterday, and we'll still do it. It isn't like that for classical music or rock. So maybe we need to take ourselves more seriously, and keep pressing for the people in charge to recognise how amazing this music is."

Julian is interviewed by jazz critic John Fordham in the December 2011-January 2012 issue of Jazz UK, following the 3 sell-out nights at Ronnie Scott's with his All Star Big Band. Julian talks about current projects, working with musicians from Peter King to Steve Williamson, and reveals his latest plans for the future.

Click here to read Julian's interview or download the whole issue from the Jazz UK page.

 

'THE BROWN BOMBER' PREMIERE

Julian's commission for the 2012 Cultural Olympiad will be performed at the Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells Theatre, London, on 20 & 21 June, at Bethnal Green's York Hall on 22 & 23 June and the QEH on 14 & 15 July 2012.

'The Brown Bomber' is a dance suite, telling the story of the historic battle between US heavyweight boxer Joe Louis ('The Brown Bomber') and the German champion Max Schmeling which took place in New York City in 1938 following Louis's defeat at the 1936 Olympic Games.

Choreography by Sheron Wray. In association with the Hackney Music Development Trust.

 

 
   
JULIAN SHORTLISTED FOR BASCA BRITISH COMPOSER AWARD
Julian has been shortlisted in the Award's new Outreach category for his children's opera, Shadowball. The category is designed to champion works which bring contemporary classical music and jazz to new audiences.

‘Shadowball’, commissioned by the Hackney Music Development Trust, was premiered in 2010. Julian’s swinging score, inspired by the era of Ellington and Armstrong, tells the fast-paced story of the American Negro Baseball Leagues and the players whose talents went unacknowledged whilst their jazz compatriots reached heights of stardom by defining a new art form. Together, these larger-than-life personalities helped to change America forever. A ground-breaking project, ‘Shadowball’ motivates young people to play baseball, achieve their dreams and create a lasting legacy for our time.

Winners will be announced at Stationers’ Hall, London on Wednesday 30 November, and a special programme devoted to the awards will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on Sunday December 4.

Click here for more details.

 
JULIAN TALKS TO CHRIS CHALLIS OF THE BRIGHTON ARGUS
Ahead of his Brighton Jazz Club trio gig, Julian talks to The Argus's Chris Challis: "I think that creativity and the imagination is the most important thing [in jazz]. You can only grow to a certain height, but of course you can put on high heel shoes." Click here to read more.
 
JULIAN TO WRITE NEW JAZZ SUITE FOR 2012 CULTURAL OLYMPIAD
Louis & Schmeling 1938
The drama behind one of the most historic fights in boxing history is to be brought to life in jazz for the London 2012 Games.
 
"The Brown Bomber" will explore the relationship between American heavyweight Joe Louis - The Brown Bomber - and his German contender Max Schmeling during the height of the Nazi propaganda campaign. Although adversaries in sport, they became great friends despite the ideological opposition that surrounded them.
 
Julian's new jazz suite, produced in collaboration with the Hackney Music Development Trust, will recreate the 1938 rematch in which hard-hitting American legend Joe Louis defended his heavyweight title against German champion Max Schmeling.
 
The suite will be premiered in 2012 and broadcast on BBC Radio 3.
 
Read more in The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, The London Evening Standard, The Daily Express and Gramaphone Magazine.
   
ALBUM RELEASE: THE PEASANT GIRL

The Peasant Girl, the new double-cd featuring Viktoria Mullova and the Matthew Barley Ensemble (Julian Joseph, Paul Clarvis and Sam Walton) is available now from ONYX CLASSICS.

Viktoria Mullova’s rural origins in Ukraine are reflected in this eclectic album, which combines elements of classical music and jazz and reflects the phenomenal influence that the gypsies have had on swathes of music in the 20th century. This is music that is blissfully free from the misleading shackles of genre.

 
BBC Music Magazine September 2011 5 stars:
'It was a brilliant idea to combine seven Bartok Duos with music by Bratsch, the French Gypsy band, and jazz improvisations from Joseph and the two percussionists: the various musical elements are drawn into a creative symbiosis. The programme which looked bitty, adds up to a coherent sequence, with two numbers by Weather Report not that far away from from the world of Youssou N'Dour.
All the performances have energy and imagination, and even though Kodaly's Duo, passionately played by Mullova and Barley, might seem at a tangent to the rest, it makes perfect sense as the culmination of a beautifully crafted album." Martin Cotton
   
SUPPORT & PATRONAGE  
Julian has recently been appointed Vice President of the National Youth Jazz Collective, is an Ambassador for Youth Music, and is a patron of the Hackney Music Development Trust.
   
GOLD BADGE AWARD  
Julian was awarded a prestigious Gold Badge by the British Academy for Songwriters, Composers and Authors for his unique contribution to music at London's Savoy Hotel on Wednesday 20 October. Click here for more info.
   
JOOLS HOLLAND'S RADIO 2 SHOW  
Julian will be guesting on Jools Holland's show on BBC Radio 2 on Monday 11 October (11 pm). Click here for more details and listen again.
   

ALL ABOUT JAZZ INTERVIEW

Julian talks to Bruce Lindsay about baseball, opera and being a jazz musician. Click here to read.

   
JULIAN & THE SIXTEEN  
Julian's collaboration with The Sixteen at this summer's Spitalfields Festival will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3's Performance on 3 at 7.00pm on Friday 2 July.
   
SHADOWBALL  

Shadowball, Julian's new opera, is to be premiered at London's Mermaid Conference and Events Centre on Tuesday and Wednesday 29 and 30 June at 7.30 pm, with a childrens' matinee on 30 June at 1.30 pm. The opera features Julian and his quintet, Cleveland Watkiss in the role of Satchel Paige and a cast of over 100 children from Hackney schools. See gigs page for booking.

Watch Cleveland Watkiss perform a song from Shadowball on Front Row. Click here for BBC London feature.

"In a time of segregation, when jazz and baseball flourished, a courageous group of men struggled to achieve their dream despite the odds. Shadowball - an opera in a league of its own."

   
JULIAN WITH WYNTON MARSALIS'S LINCOLN CENTER ORCHESTRA
Sunday 20th June 7.30pm @ Hackney Empire. Julian joins Cleveland Watkiss, Jean Toussaint and Jim Hart as guests of Wynton Marsalis and the JALC Orchestra.
 
YAMAHA JAZZ EXPERIENCE COMPETITION
Julian will be judging the Yamaha Jazz Experience competition at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival on Saturday 1 May. For more details, click here.
   
JULIAN TALKS TO BRANFORD MARSALIS  

Julian will be talking to American saxophonist Branford Marsalis on BBC Radio 3's Jazz Line-Up on Sunday 17 January @ 11.30 pm. The interview was recorded live at the 2009 London Jazz Festival.

   
JULIAN & MATTHEW BARLEY PLAY RAVEL
Click here to watch Julian and Matthew Barley perform Ravel's 'Habanera', featured on their new album, Dance of the Three Legged Elephants.
 
PATRONAGE
Julian is now a patron of the Firebird Trust, a charity that offers positive experience through music to vulnerable people in society, and supports musicians from all genres. Their latest project, Komposit, is the name of a new ensemble founded to give opportunities to composers and musicians keen to play new music.
 
VOICE OF BLACK OPERA & PAUL HAMLYN COMPOSERS AWARDS
Julian will be judging in two major music competitions during October - the Voice of Black Opera and the Paul Hamlyn Composers Award.
   

SHADOWBALL

 
Julian has been commissioned by the Hackney Music Development Trust to write a jazz opera about the US Negro Baseball Leagues which will involve young people in performance activities and promote interest in the game whilst addressing issues of racism and descrimination.

‘Shadow Ball’ refers to a common pre-game feature during which Negro League players warmed up by staging mock games with an imaginary ball. Though unintended, this pantomime was an apt metaphor for the exclusion of Blacks from Major League play in America for over 60 years. Using the stories of Black Baseball players in the 1930s-40s, and their jazz compatriots who often suffered similar racial prejudice, Shadowball is designed to inspire young people to achieve despite the odds.

Julian will be launching the project with a children's opera workshop on 7 October. Click here for more info. Photos of the Shadowball launch event can be seen here.
   
THE NEVERENDINGSONG  

Julian and Paul Pacifico announced the launch of a new UK jazz initiative, the NeverEndingSong, on BBC Radio 4's Today programme. The project plans to play a continuous jam on a blues in G for 7 days in 7 towns across the UK - London, Brighton, Cardiff, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and Edinburgh - starting on Monday 7 September.

   

JULIAN JOSEPH & MATTHEW BARLEY - NEW CD RELEASE

Dance of the Three Legged Elephants, Julian's new duet album with cellist Matthew Barley, features originals and arrangements of jazz and classical numbers, from Bach to Chick Corea, Ravel to Jaco Pastorius.

Dazzling yet intimate, this set of 10 tracks is the work of two brilliant and internationally renowned musicians who are also close friends, and their friendship pours from the music with passion, intensity, humour and inspiring energy.

Click here to buy direct from Signum Classics.

Watch the live stream of Matthew and Julian performing at King's Place, London, on 23 and 26 September.

   
BBC Radio Scotland Young Jazz Musician of the Year 2009  
Julian is Chairman of Judges at this year's BBC Radio Scotland Young Jazz Musician of the Year competition. The final will be held on Wednesday 24 June, 7.30 pm at the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow. For more info and tickets, click here.
   
PATRONAGE  
Julian has recently become a patron of Manchester's Band on the Wall, which is reopening at the end of September, and the Pembroke Academy of Music, with Sir Colin Davis.
   
JULIAN JOINS YAMAHA'S JAZZ EXPERIENCE

Yamaha have launched a wide-ranging new jazz education initiative, The Jazz Experience, involving teacher-training, school activities and live events with major input from Julian Joseph, Gwilym Simcock, Tim Garland and jazz educator Richard Michael.

A series of regional one day improvisation work shops will be led by Joseph, Simcock, Garland and Michael with contributions form Peter Ind while additional name players will be announced for subsequent training and master classes.

The scheme is aimed at secondary school classroom and instrumental teachers and is designed to give them the skills to encourage and teach pupils to learn improvisation and help showcase the best of this emerging talent at festivals and venues including the Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Ronnie Scott’s and the 606 club.

For more info and application forms, click here.

 
 
JAZZ LINE-UP MOVES TO SUNDAY NIGHTS
BBC Radio 3's Jazz Line-Up has moved to a new slot on Sunday nights @ 11.30/11.45 pm.
 
JULIAN JOSEPH ALBUMS NOW AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD
The Language of Truth, Reality, Live at the Wigmore Hall and Universal Traveller, as well as the new duet album with Matthew Barley, Dance of the Three Legged Elephants, are now available to download on iTunes, Amazon, Napster and Rhapsody.
 
 
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