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Cadence (Redwood, NY, 1976-2000)
“Frustrated with the lack of published coverage of truly creative music, Robert Rusch founded Cadence magazine in 1975 to give a voice to avant-garde artists
Metronome (New York, NY, 1932-1961)
Lacunae: Vol. 64 no. 3. Although Metronome began publication in 1885, in 1932/33 the journal began shifting its editorial focus to jazz. Included here are the
Platter Chatter (Seattle, WA, 1945-1947)
The Record Changer (Washington, DC, 1942-1943; Fairfax, VA, 1943-1946; Washington, DC, 1946-1947; New York, NY, 1948-1955, 1957)
Lacunae: Vol. 7 no. 1. A copy of this issue could not be located; the issue may never have been published. “The Record Changer was