Content by tag "Dan Faulk"

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Lewis Porter on John Coltrane

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The following interview with Lewis Porter, author of John Coltrane: His life and Music, was conducted by telephone on April 15, 2000. I am indebted to Dr. Porter for taking the time from his exceptionally busy schedule as musician, writer, teacher, and father to share his views with us.

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ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Victor Lewis: The Drummer's Spirit

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For several decades, Victor Lewis has been one of the most in-demand drummers of the post-bop era and beyond. He has performed with Stan Getz, Dexter Gordon, J.J. Johnson, Chet Baker, George Cables, Woody Shaw, Kenny Barron, Bobby Watson, and others of similar stature. On account of his exceptional ability to push the envelope of musical ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Dan Faulk: The Dan Faulk Songbook,Vol.1

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Dan Faulk falls into the same sure-footed category as saxophonists like Javon Jackson and Bon Braden who recorded frequently during the '90s alongside other while maintaining their own individual careers. Unlike the other two, Faulk has only recorded three albums under his own name. He has recorded on countless sessions as a member of groups led ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Dan Faulk: Dan Faulk Songbook, Vol.1

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A deep appreciation of jazz lies in the intricacies of listening. Dan Faulk’s Songbook would appear as just another post bop saxophone recording. While this is in part true, a closer listen to the fine print reveals maturity, poise and a singular voice.

Faulk has recorded and played alongside jazz legends J.J. Johnson and Wayne Shorter, ...