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Name Address Active Events
250 Jazz Patterns Gabelsbergerstr. 48b, Munich
Art and Style Magazine Place Vendome, Paris
Australian JazzScene Magazine PO Box 420, Kent Town DC, SA 5000
Bass Player Magazine 2800 Campus Drive, San Mateo, CA
Billboard Magazine
Blues & Rhythm Changes in All Keys Gabelsbergerstr. 48b, Munich
Cadence Magazine Cadence Building, Redwood, NY
Chicago Jazz Magazine PO Box 737, Park Ridge, IL
CODA 1 First Canadian Place, Toronto, ON
Coltrane Changes Gabelsbergerstr. 48b, Munich
CWJEF Music Publications Postfach 12 06, Kornwestheim, BW
De Lafayette Encyclopedia P.O. BOX: 869, New York, NY
DeLafayette World Media Avenue Montaigne, Paris, FR
Douglas Norström (Swedish jazz critic and journalist) Osterangsgatan 19D
Downbeat 102 N. Haven Rd., Elmhurst, IL
Downbeat Magazine Elmhurst, IL
EQ Magazine 1111 Bayhill Drive, Suite 125, San Bruno, CA
extempore PO Box 3079, Kew Victoria
Giornale Della Musica Via Pianezza 17, Torino
Guitar Player 2800 Campus Drive, San Mateo, CA
Hot House Jazz Magazine PO Box 1445, Greenwich, CT
Illinois Blues Blues Blast Magazine, Pekin, IL
International News Agency 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York, NY
Jam Magazine P.o. Box 36181, Kansas City, MO
Jazz & Blues Report 6965 El Camino Real, Carlsbad, CA

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