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Razzle - (Other)
I recently bought the popular magazine "Razzle" as I was informed by a friend that it was a popular "Jazz" magazine.
Upon hearing this recomendation, I scootled down to my local newsagent to sample this unique periodical.
Being a great fan of Jazz I was very excited to get home and read up on who is hot at the moment in the world of Jazz. Sadly, it would seem the world of Jazz has taken a turn for the worse.
I was led to believe that Jazz is an American musical art form which originated in the beginning of the 20th century in African American communities in the Southern United States from a confluence of African and European music traditions. The style's West African pedigree is evident in its use of blue notes, improvisation, polyrhythms, syncopation, and the swung note.
It turns out that it is an endless parade of pictures of women with their tits and minges hanging out. Now, much as I am a fan of women and their badgers and threepenny bits, I really don't believe they belong in my Jazz magazine.
I won't be recomending this publication to my Jazz friends, and I certainly won't be buying this again. I will also take this oppertunity to point out to friends and fellow Jazz lovers to avoid this magazine. A friend of mine at the local Jazz club here in Luton recomends something called "Penthouse" he said that it was his favourite Jazz mag and he often plays his trumpet whilst reading it.
So, as far as a review goes, I cannot stress enough, avoid this magazine if you wish to know more about Jazz. If you want to slip one off of the wrist however, I cannot recommend it enough, coming as it does, with many fine articles to help "get the train into Paddington".