Content by tag "Trane"

ARTICLE: PROFILES

Memories in Motian

Read "Memories in Motian" reviewed by Zeno De Rossi

Soon after hearing about Paul Motian's passing (November 22, 2011) I felt the urge to delve (again) into his music.

Later on, inspired by a moving writing by Ellery Eskelin (published on his website and reproduced below, by his kind permission), I thought it would have been interesting to collect brief memories from ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Vision Festival: Days 5-6, June 9-10, 2011

Read "Vision Festival: Days 5-6, June 9-10, 2011" reviewed by John Sharpe


Day 1 | Days 2-3 | Day 4 | Days 5-6 | Day 7
Kidd Jordan Quintet, Matthew Shipp/Evan Parker, Paradoxical Frog, Planetary Unknown
Vision Festival

Abrons Arts Center

New York City

June 9-10, 2011


Kidd Jordan Quintet

New Orleans saxophonist Edward Kidd Jordan, who was the ...

February 2011

Read "February 2011" reviewed by Mr. P.C.

Dear Mr. P.C.:

People say that when you see a panhandler at the end of a freeway off ramp, you shouldn't give him money. How is that different from a jazz musician with a tip jar? Brent Jensen, Boise



Dear Brent:

Ha! A trick question! You want me to cite ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Vision Festival 2010: Day 4, June 26, 2010

Read "Vision Festival 2010: Day 4, June 26, 2010" reviewed by John Sharpe

Prologue | Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5 | Day 6 | Day 7
Areni Agbabian, Lorenzo Sanguedolce, Go-Zee-Lah Reggie Nicholson, Borah Bergman, Ned Rothenberg Mark Helias, Tony Malaby, Charles Gayle
Vision Festival
Abrons Arts Center

New York City

June 26, 2010

Saturday was a ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Bobby Broom: Swept Away by the Music

Read "Bobby Broom: Swept Away by the Music" reviewed by Cicily Janus

Bobby Broom is a veteran jazz guitarist, originally from New York City and currently operating from the Chicago jazz scene. He's been the staple side dish of soul and jazz for over thirteen years at Pete Miller's Steakhouse in Evanston, IL. He's also busy performing regularly--not only Chi-town, but throughout the world with his own groups, ...