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jazzy

(ˈdʒæzi)
mod. stimulating; appealing. That’s a jazzy sweater you got.
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Fiddle, mandolin and banjo still dominate Railroad Earth's wall-of-sound sound, though, and even at its jazziest there's a down-home quality to its ear-filling music (the album was recorded at a 300-year-old house in rural New Jersey).
Bassist/singer Jack Bruce was always the jazziest of the three and went on to do interesting work with Carla Bley and others.
Perhaps hitting the jazziest registers of the festival programme was the stirring performance of William Parker's Raining on the Moon sextet.
Jeff Merkley isn't the jazziest campaigner of the six Democrats on the May 20 ballot, but he is by far the best prepared.
The dinner and jazz event is part of the ongoing Jazz Season at the resort which, with its annual jazz festival between May 29-June 1, is turning it into one of the jazziest towns in the country.
He has sued Microsoft, the most prominent company in America's jazziest industry, and demonized the world's richest human, Bill Gates.
It just needed Gascoigne and we would have had three of the jazziest playmakers of this decade going head-to-head in one last cabaret on the world stage, writes Steve Davies.
Split complementary color schemes offered the jazziest project results.
I daresay that for Skvorecky, the jazz-loving Czech-Canadian fiction writer, it must have been exciting personally to witness these bits of history, if only to enjoy the importance of that jazziest of musical tools, the saxophone, which he himself used to play.
Visit the jazziest piano lounge in town and sample Michael's new gourmet market, with wines, gourmet foods and gift baskets.