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[Long] Live (at) the Jazz Standard! - Part 1


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A jazz club is not just a commercial enterprise, or an entertainment spot, it's a cultural hub, a place where ideas are exchanged, styles are tested and then defined, careers are inspired, collaborations get launched or cemented. When a venue like the Jazz Standard closes the loss should not be seen only in terms of a measurable disappearance of revenues but especially in terms of an unmeasurable loss of artistic opportunities.

This week we focus on the artistic opportunities that the Jazz Standard made possible over the years, through some of the best concerts that were recorded live at its celebrated location on East 27th Street.

With a wish to see the Jazz Standard open again soon.


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Michael Leonhart Orchestra "Sham Time" [Unreleased] 0:16
  • Host talks 7:46
  • Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory Orchestra}} "We Are MTO" We Are MTO (Rex) 9:19
  • Host talks 13:18
  • Mingus Big Band "E's Flat Ah's Flat Too (AKA Hora Decubitus)" Mingus Big Band Live at Jazz Standard (Jazz Workshop/Jazz Standard) 14:38
  • Michael Blake Euplion Orchestra "Burnout" [Unreleased] 21:34
  • Host talks 33:34
  • Maria Schneider "Days of Wine and Roses" Days of Wine and Roses -Live at the Jazz Standard (ArtistShare) 35:00
  • Travis Sullivan's Bjorkestra "Army of Me" I Go Humble (Zoho) 43:45
  • Host talks 53:07
  • SFJAZZ Collective "Superstition" Music of Stevie Wonder and New Compositions: Live in New York 2011 -Season 8 (SFJAZZ) 55:41
  • Wolfgang Muthspiel, Mick Goodrick "Darn That Dream" Live at the Jazz Standard (Material) 1:05:54
  • Ben Sidran "Girl Talk" Live at the Jazz Standard 2008 [Feat. David "Fathead" Newman] (Self-released) 1:09:13
  • Host talks 1:16:03
  • Antonio Sanchez "It Will Be Better (once People Get Here)" Antonio Sanchez Live in New York at Jazz Standard (C.A.M. Jazz) 1:17:55
Photo credit: Nathan West


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