List of articles in the library
Interview by Frank Broughton, Mixmag, May 1993
It ain't a respect thing (even if it should be). It's the real thing. The kings are back. The gold, the fresh trainers and the ...
Guru: Jazzmatazz Volume One (Chrysalis)
Review by Jon Young, Musician, June 1993
"IT WAS INDEED a privilege and a blessing to have worked on this project with such amazing people." Eastwood at the Oscars? Clapton on Grammy ...
Report and Interview by Pat Blashill, Details, July 1993
B-boys in berets and turtlenecks. Rappers with hippie tattoos. Gangstas with saxophones. What is rap coming to? Pat Blashill hangs with the Digable Planets and ...
Interview by Frank Broughton, Hip-Hop Connection, July 1995
For most other artists, one project like Jazzmatazz in a lifetime would be enough. Not for Guru. Jazzmatazz 2: The New Reality collects up many of the first LP's ...
Goodbye to all that Jazz: Guru's Jazzmatazz
Report and Interview by Lisa Verrico, The Times, 20 October 2000
LATE LAST YEAR Guru, the rapper from Gang Starr, compiled a wish-list of artists he wanted to work with on his upcoming Jazzmatazz album. ...
see also Gang Starr
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