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Moody, Mumbles, Free Music & Cuba from JazzCorner.com Moody, Mumbles, Cuba and Free Gifts from JazzCorner.com After a 10 month challenge with pancreatic cancer, James Moody died on December 9th. I first met Moody in the early 80s, when I was "assigned" to interview him for an NPR New Year's Eve broadcast. It was for me, love at first sight. He was so concerned that I was at ease, and told me a silly joke just to relax. I've long forgotten the joke, but I will never forget his easy going manner, wry humor and musical versatility that served him well in a career in which he moved deftly from alto and tenor saxophones to clarinet and flute. Moody, Mumbles, Free Music & Cuba from JazzCorner.com
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Welcome to Guyana Jazz Festival 2012! Welcome to Guyana Jazz Festival 2012! Welcome to the homepage of the Annual Guyana Jazz Festival™. The premier musical event of the year. The first annual Guyana Jazz Festival™ will be held in October 2013. The Guyana Jazz Festival™ is an annual production of the Guyana Jazz Festival Foundation Inc. (A Non Profit). You will find information on this site to assist you in planning your attendance.
Jaco Pastorius: The Great Innovator — The Blues Blogger Jaco Pastorius: The Great Innovator — The Blues Blogger On December 1st bass legend Jaco Pastorius would’ve been 62 years old… The following article was written in September 2008. Out of the many jazz posts I’ve done, this one is my favorite. Twenty six years after his tragic death, Jaco Pastorius’ extraordinary talent continues to generate a sentimental spot and source of inspiration for musicians & fans the world over.… I hope you enjoy the variation in genre this time around. ~TBB
MARIO CANONGE - MICHEL ZENINO Duo Jazz en concert à Le Baiser Salé
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Une Guadeloupéenne nominée aux Grammy Awards - RCI Guadeloupe Radio Caraïbe International
John Coltrane – Naima – 1965
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Steve Coleman
Dance Of The Infidels
Greg Osby Quintet: Live At The Village Vanguard Greg Osby Quintet: Live At The Village Vanguard Live At The Village Vanguard Listen Now: Greg Osby Quintet In Concert John Rogers for NPR/johnrogersnyc.com Greg Osby. Partner Content from WBGO Greg Osby Quintet: Live At The Village Vanguard
Jazz At Newport
Steve Coleman and the trumpet of Jonathan Finlayson
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FM - : Steve Coleman - Motherland Pulse 1. Irate Blues (4:22) -
FM - : Steve Coleman - Motherland Pulse 4. Wights Waits For Weig
FM - : Steve Coleman - Motherland Pulse 5. No Good Time Fairies
FM - : Steve Coleman - Motherland Pulse 6. On This (5:11) - #jaz
FM - : Steve Coleman - Motherland Pulse 7. The Glide Was In The
FM - Steve Coleman: cud_ba-rith
FM - Steve Coleman: another_level
FM - : Steve Coleman - The Sonic Language of Myth 2. Maat - #jaz
FM - : Steve Coleman - The Sonic Language of Myth 3. The Twelve
FM - Steve Coleman and Five Elements: Precession
FM - : Steve Coleman - Curves of Life 2. Country Bama - #jazz
FM - : Steve Coleman - Curves of Life 3. The Streets - #jazz
FM - : Steve Coleman - The Way of the Cipher 1. Freestyle - #jaz
FM - : Steve Coleman - The Way of the Cipher 5. Black Genghis -
FM - Steve Coleman And Five Elements: the_gypsy
FM - Steve Coleman And Metrics: night_breed

Jazz.com | Jazz Music – Jazz Artists – Jazz News

Jazz.com | Jazz Music – Jazz Artists – Jazz News Below are links to some of the highlights from the jazz.com blog. Life on the Road: The Journal of a Traveling Jazz Musician: Frøy Aagre’s three-part article may be the most insightful account you will ever read about the realities of road life for most jazz musicians. It is not a pretty picture, but it was a story that very much needed to be told.
Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall - Wi At Carnegie Hall is a live album by The Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane. Album information[edit] It was recorded on 29 November 1957 at "Thanksgiving Jazz", a benefit concert produced by Kenneth Lee Karpe for the Morningside Community Center in Harlem. Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall - Wi
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RIP Pete King (1929-2009)
Sunnyside Records: by John Hollenbeck Sunnyside Records: by John Hollenbeck Musicians: John Hollenbeck - drums Ben Kono - flute, alto saxophone Jeremy Viner - clarinet, tenor saxophone Tony Malaby - tenor saxophone Dan Willis - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute, english horn Bohdan Hilash - clarinet, contralto Ellery Eskelin - tenor saxophone Rob Hudson - trombone Mike Christianson - trombone Jacob Garchik - trombone Alan Ferber - trombone Tony Kadleck - trumpet / Fluegelhorn Jon Owens - trumpet / Fluegelhorn Dave Ballou - trumpet / Fluegelhorn Laurie Frink - trumpet / Fluegelhorn Kermit Driscoll - Acoustic / Electric Bass Gary Versace - piano, organ, keyboard Matt Moran - mallet percussion John Ferrari - mallet percussion Theo Bleckmann - vocals Jc Sanford - conductor This really isn’t a jazz recording, nor a classical one, either. The instrumentation reminds one of the jazz big bands of old, which have long since disappeared, but this group lives in a world without classification.
(This list is expanded from a similar list published in the Village Voice and Las Vegas City Life). 1. Allen Toussaint, The Bright Mississippi (Nonesuch) – The old-school R&B hitmaker digs deep into jazz roots, applying elegant piano to New Orleans chestnuts and pieces by Monk and Ellington. Diaries » Top 10, 2009
FM - : Abdullah Ibrahim / Capetown Carnival / South Africa (1986
FM - : Charlie Haden + Egberto Gismonti / Don Quixote / In Montr
FM - : Herbie Mann (flute) / Uskudar / Impressions of the Middle
Radio Jazz Plus Est Une Web/Internet Radio De Smooth Jazz Sans F
Winter Jazzfest
Enrico Rava
Magic Malik
Fred Frith and Carla Kihlstedt
Ohad Talmor
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