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ARTICLE: BOOK REVIEWS

The History Of European Jazz: The Music, Musicians And Audience in Context

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The History Of European Jazz: The Music, Musicians And Audience In Context
Various authors/Edited by Francesco Martinelli
741 Pages
ISBN: 13 978 1 78179 446 3
Equinox Publishing
2018

It's taken some time, about a century in fact, but finally, thanks chiefly to editor and jazz historian Francesco ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Sarathy Korwar & The UPAJ Collective: My East Is Your West

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Indo-jazz fusion has distinguished ancestry in Britain. The music took shape in the mid to late 1960s, when a string of extraordinary albums, each with one foot in Indian classical music and the other in post-bop jazz, were recorded by guitarist Amancio D'Silva and violinist John Mayer. Both featured empathetic jazz musicians (Joe Harriott, Don Rendell, ...

ARTICLE: JAZZ POETRY

Poetry and Jazz: A Chronology

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My intention here is to offer a detailed but inevitably incomplete chronology of poetry and jazz. The focus is solely on the combination of the two art forms in performance, not on poetry about jazz or jazz musicians or poetry inspired by jazz but not performed to music. My definition of 'poetry' is fairly broad and ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Noirish

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More music that could work very well as soundtrack for an imaginary film noir... with some spaghetti-western variations.

Happy Listening! And if you like what you hear, listen to the first part of this noir investigation.

Playlist

Guano Padano, “A Country Concept" from Guano Padano (Important) 0:00 Guano ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Mondo Jazz: Walking

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Welcome to the first Mixcloud podcast on All About Jazz. It contains the first episode of Mondo Jazz, a new radio show devoted to international jazz airing every Wednesday night from 10 PM to midnight on Radio Free Brooklyn.

Mondo Jazz is dedicated to the proposition that jazz is a language that originated in ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Joe Harriott; Free Form

Joe Harriott; Free Form

Yesterday I posted about Jamaican tenor saxophonist Wilton Gaynair. Today, I want to hip you to Jamaican alto saxophonist Joe Harriott. Like Gaynair, Harriott was educated at the Alpha Boys School in Kingston. And like Gaynair, Harriott moved to Europe, but instead of relocating to Germany, he settled in the U.K. in 1951 and became a ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Roger Garfitt, Nikki Iles, John Williams Octet: In All My Holy Mountain

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The amalgamation of poetry with jazz is not a new concept. Jack Kerouac was reading his words accompanied by Steve Allen on piano on the album Poetry For The Beat Generation way back in 1959 and over the water in 1963 The Michael Garrick Trio with Joe Harriott and Shake Keane released the EP Blues For ...

Jazz From Around the World: Asia

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Asia is the most culturally and ethnically diverse continent. It is, therefore, hard to distill all its jazz influenced musical legacies into 10 albums. Some countries have robust jazz scenes that, nevertheless, are fundamentally derivative of European and American styles. In other musical cultures jazz has just recently made inroads. Below are 10 historic records that ...

Jazz From Around The World: Latin America and the Caribbean

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The focus of the second installment of Jazz from Around the World is Latin America and the Caribbean. Because of both proximity to the US and the shared African heritage, particularly in the Caribbean, jazz was seamlessly and naturally adopted in this part of the world. Of course Latin jazz with its many guises is a ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Dialogo su Thomas Chapin, con Stefano Pastor e Stefano Leonardi

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La realizzazione del documentario Thomas Chapin, Night Bird Song ci offre l'occasione di fare una chiacchierata con il violinista Stefano Pastor e il flautista Stefano Leonardi, due tenaci e impavidi musicisti e improvvisatori che nel 2014 hanno pubblicato, in quartetto con Fridolin Blumer al contrabbasso e Heinz Geisser alla batteria, il CD Conversations about Thomas Chapin: ...