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Behind the Lens With Pat A. Robinson

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Meet Pat A. Robinson :
My love for photography began in junior high school, starting with a plastic Kodak film camera, as a means to meet people and start new friendships.

I dreamed that the art of photography would be my life's work. I'm a self-taught photographer. My skills advanced further by taking ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Dave Liebman: A New York Story

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A few months shy of 65, saxophonist Dave Liebman may be having the busiest time of his career, now in its fifth decade. In the past 12 months, nearly a dozen releases have demonstrated the tremendous stylistic breadth of a musical oeuvre that kicked into high gear early, when, in the short span of three years, ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Doug Wamble: A New Direction

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It's never easy for an established artist to make a change in their musical output mid-career, especially if up until that point they have made a name for themselves in the realm of traditional jazz. While some of these artists make a switch because for monetary reasons or to reach a wider audience, others are drawn ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Doug Wamble / Charlie Hunter / Bernard Purdie at The Iridium, July 2010

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Doug Wamble / Charlie Hunter / Bernard Purdie
The Iridium
New York City, USA
July, 2010

Iridium in summer. It's 10:00PM and simmering outside. A Broadway building announced the temperature as being 82 degrees. But inside the club it was about to get bluesy... and funky. The featured performer was guitarist and singer Doug ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Jeremy Pelt: A Man of Honor

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For the younger generation of jazz musicians, those in their thirties today, the path is not always as smooth and easy as we may think it is. Nobody likes to live in anybody's shadow. Jazz is populated with giants who left their mark and those who look up to them in order to be able to ...