Image via WikipediaGoogle Book search now includes a selection of magazines. Since I'm listening to jazz artist Randy Weston, I plugged his name into the search and this was the first result from Jet, July 1961:
This matches my thinking of how Weston's music is the most African of any American artist, yet still close enough to mainstream jazz.
From Weston's discography, the inspiration for African Village-Bedford Stuyvesant:
By the way, to quickly start listening to an artist's music in lala, type the name in the search box and click on the play arrow next to the name on the search results. This is an ordered list by most often played recently. For Weston, it's mostly just me doing the listening but for more popular artists, it works well as an introduction to the music. Or just play this track for the best of the best (albeit not the original version):