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Interviews

James Carter: Something Old, Something New

By Published: August 4, 2008
James Carter, Present Tense (Emarcy, 2008)
James Carter, Cyrus Chestnut, Ali Jackson, Reginald Veal, Gold Sounds (Brown Brothers Records, 2005)
James Carter Organ Trio, Out of Nowhere (Half Note Records, 2004)
James Carter, Live at Baker's Keyboard Lounge (Warner Brothers, 2004)
James Carter, Gardenias for Lady Day (Columbia/Sony, 2003)
James Carter, Layin' in the Cut (Atlantic, 2000)
James Carter, Chasin' the Gypsy (Atlantic, 2000)
Flip Phillips, Swing is the Thing (Polygram, 2000)
Cyrus Chestnut, Cyrus Chestnut (Atlantic, 1998)
Herbie Hancock,
Gershwin's World (Polygram, 1998)
James Carter, In Carterian Fashion (Atlantic, 1998)
Various Artists, Great Expectations: The Score (Atlantic, 1998)
Madeleine Peyroux, Dreamland (Atlantic, 1996)
Various Artists, Kansas City: A Robert Altman Film—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Verve, 1996)
James Carter, Conversin' With the Elders (Atlantic, 1996)
James Carter, The Real Quietstorm (Atlantic, 1995)
Wendell Harrison, Rush & Hustle (Enja, 1994)



Photo Credits

Portrait: Jimmy Katz
Performance Photo: John Kelman

Featured Story: Eddy Westveer



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