Jazz Register

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'''Jazz Register''' was a fanzine devoted to jazz music published by Edgar Ward.  
'''Jazz Register''' was a fanzine devoted to jazz music published by Edgar Ward.  
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''Jazz Register'' was a quarterly fanzine, and the first issue was published during the January-March 1965 quarter. It was a 12 page mimeographed publication.
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''Jazz Register'' was a quarterly fanzine, published in Yorkshire in the UK. 
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The first issue was published during the January-March 1965 quarter.  It appeared all that year, with one more issue published in 1966. It was a 12 page mimeographed publication.
The first issue features an editorial by Edgar Ward, and article on Glen Gray (1901-1963), with a discography; a list of collectible records for auction; and an article on Bob Lawson's Dixieland Band, among other items.
The first issue features an editorial by Edgar Ward, and article on Glen Gray (1901-1963), with a discography; a list of collectible records for auction; and an article on Bob Lawson's Dixieland Band, among other items.
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Revision as of 00:05, 16 December 2011

Jazz Register was a fanzine devoted to jazz music published by Edgar Ward.

Jazz Register was a quarterly fanzine, published in Yorkshire in the UK.

The first issue was published during the January-March 1965 quarter. It appeared all that year, with one more issue published in 1966. It was a 12 page mimeographed publication.

The first issue features an editorial by Edgar Ward, and article on Glen Gray (1901-1963), with a discography; a list of collectible records for auction; and an article on Bob Lawson's Dixieland Band, among other items.

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