In addition, the following journals are indexed in IIBP: Black Music Research Journal (1995); Blues & Soul (1999); Blues Revue (2000); Cadence (subtitled The Review of Jazz & Blues: Creative Improvised Music; 2000); Coda Magazine (subtitled The Journal of Jazz and Improvised Music; 2000); Crescendo & Jazz Music (2000); Jazz hot (subtitled la revue internationale du jazz; 2001); Jazz Journal International (2000); Jazz Player (2000); Jazz Podium (1998); Jazzforschung = Jazz Research (2000; publisher delayed); Jazziz (1998); Jazz Times (alternate title Jazz Times; 1999); Living Blues (2000; publisher delayed); Negro Music Journal (1902-3; ceased); Source: The Magazine of Hip-Hop Music, Culture & Politics (1997 alone; resumes with 2000); and Vibe (2000).
What does BMRJ stand for?
BMRJ stands for Black Music Research Journal
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explains this reality, which continues to the present day: "Part of the reason that such mythological documentation and thought continue to surface in scholarly writings is that too few black intellectuals have been involved in black-music research for significant and persistent debunking to take place" ("On Black Music Research," Black Music Research Journal : 48; see also Richard Crawford, "On Two Traditions of Black Music Research," Black Music Research Journal : 1--9).
Floyd began editing the Black Music Research Journal (BMRJ) as an annual in 1980, three years before the establishment of the CBMR.