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Don Lanphere

Don Lanphere came to New York when he was 19 and made some impressive recordings with Fats Navarro in 1949, keeping up with the fiery trumpeter. Lanphere played Carnegie Hall with Woody Herman's Second Herd, moved on to Artie Shaw's Gramercy Five, and gigged with the bands of Claude Thornhill, Charlie Barnet and Billy May. Lanphere also made friends with Charlie Parker and recorded the altoist at home with some friends. Those legendary tapes became known as "The Basement Sessions". Lanphere played a second stint with Woody Herman during 1959-1961.

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Chuck Deardorf: Hanging On To The Groove

Read "Chuck Deardorf: Hanging On To The Groove" reviewed by Paul Rauch

Bassist Chuck Deardorf has gained a reputation for virtuosity and professionalism over a career that has thus far spanned 40 years. He has been the first call bassist in Seattle for most of his career, playing with some of the most renowned musicians in the history of jazz. For many years, despite having a prolific local ...

ARTICLE: BIG BAND REPORT

Los Angeles Jazz Institute Festival - Woodchopper's Ball: Part 3-4

Read "Los Angeles Jazz Institute Festival - Woodchopper's Ball: Part 3-4" reviewed by Simon Pilbrow

Los Angeles Jazz Institute Festival “Woodchoppers' Ball" Four Points by Sheraton at LAX Los Angeles, CA May 23-27, 2018 Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 Concert 8: The Herdsmen -Bobby Shew meets Larry McKenna Trumpeter Bobby Shew is a well- known ...

Origin Records: Creating Opportunities and Community

Read "Origin Records: Creating Opportunities and Community" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Being a jazz musician sometimes seems like a life ruled by jungle law. Everyone fights for gigs and puts out music on “labels" with only one artist. However, it doesn't have to be this way. Origin Records is an example of a modern artist driven label that has grown through collaboration and community. As Matt Jorgensen, ...

NEWS: RADIO

Miles Davis: Long Time Gone

Miles Davis: Long Time Gone

This is how co-host Renee Montagne of National Public Radio’s Morning Edition opened one of the program’s hours this morning. We’re kind of blue. Miles Davis died 25 years ago today. It came as a shock to realize how quickly that sizeable amount of time has passed; and a comfort to know that a major creative ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Evan Weiss: Soundscapes

Read "Evan Weiss: Soundscapes" reviewed by Marshall Taylor

Stylistically, Evan Weiss, an up-and-coming composer, arranger and player in the jazz idiom, is a hard nut to crack. Weiss' recent release, Math or Magic (Inner Circle, 2010), contains soundscapes produced by an 11-piece ensemble. The tunes, rich and dense in their orchestration, tread through an array of musical environments teeming with subtly placed electronic sound ...

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Don Lanphere, Northwest Sax Legend

Read "Don Lanphere, Northwest Sax Legend" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Submitted on behalf of Doug Miller. The first time I met Don Lanphere was at Jazz Alley in Seattle. It was 1988, and I was playing a week-long gig there with James Moody. I went back to the band room to find Moody talking to a robust looking man. This person was wearing a beige sweater ...

Home at Last

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003

Home At Last

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Released: 2002
Track listing: 1. The Night Has a Thousand Eyes (Garrett/Wayne/Weisman) - 6:32 2. Alone Together (Dietz/Schwartz) - 8:15 3. My Ideal (Whiting) - 6:51 4. Invitation (Kaper) - 8:21 5. Violets for Your Furs (Dennis) - 5:40 6. Home at Last (Mobley) - 6:55 7. Solar (Davis) - 6:47 8. Estate (Brighetti/Martino) - 6:14 9. End of a Love Affair (Redding) - 5:04 10. Goodbye (Jenkins) - 4:51

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Don Lanphere: Home At Last

Read "Home At Last" reviewed by Joseph Blake

Veteran tenor saxophonist Don Lanphere is a modern Lazarus, a bebop-blowing master brought back to life by Jesus. The 73-year-old Yakima-bred musician was a teenaged fixture on the New York scene during 52nd Street heyday. He made his recording session debut with Max Roach and Fats Navarro in New York in 1948 and hung out with ...


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