jazzman jazzman  /ˈdʒæz ˌmæn/


  • (n) a musician who plays or composes jazz music


  1. The poet and the jazzman met in a San Francisco basement, aptly named The Cellar, to discuss a fusion of the arts.
  2. The jazzman has this thing with the fuzz.
  3. Those include, in Stuart Beattie's low-key but curiously literate script, a nostalgic jazzman, a soulfully menacing drug lord and even Max's hospitalized mom.


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  1. "I'ma bluesman in the life of the mind, and a jazzman in the world of ideas," West writes.
    on Dec 5, 2009 By: Cornel West Source: Boston Globe

  2. "I think it's been productive," Almond said. "I don't think I'm the same player I was last year at this time. I'm more comfortable with the offense, with the concepts. . . . I feel like I'm a better Jazzman."
    on Jul 26, 2008 By: Morris Almond Source: Salt Lake Tribune

  3. "If (jazzman) James Morrison doesn't make an album with you in the next year, he is completely crazy," Holden said, while Hines even ventured to ask Morrison personally to work with Murphy.
    on Nov 8, 2004 By: Mark Holden Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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