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Phineas Newborn Jr. and Miles Davis

Read "Phineas Newborn Jr. and Miles Davis" reviewed by Joe Dimino

To commemorate the 600th full episode of Neon Jazz outta Kansas City, we focus on the life of Memphis-born bass cat Jamil Nasser. His son, Muneer, penned his biography and it's called Upright Bass: The Musical Life & Legacy of Jamil Nasser. George Joyner, Jamil Sulieman, and Jamil Nasser are three names that appear on the ...

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Phineas Newborn Jr. and Oscar Dennard

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To commemorate the 600th full episode of Neon Jazz outta jny: Kansas City, we focus on the life of Memphis-born bass cat Jamil Nasser. His son, Muneer, penned his biography and it's called Upright Bass: The Musical Life & Legacy of Jamil Nasser. George Joyner, Jamil Sulieman, and Jamil Nasser are three names that appear on ...

Take Five with Sergio Pamies

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About Sergio Pamies
Born in Granada, Spain in 1983, Pamies has published three albums under his name; Entre Amigos (PSM, 2008), Borrachito (Bebyne Records, 2011), and What Brought You Here? (Bebyne Records, 2017). Critics have acknowledged his talent for composition, the lyrical qualities of his playing, and his natural and spontaneous ability to fuse ...

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Chris Biesterfeldt: Phineas

Read "Phineas" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Un virtuoso come Chris Biesterfeldt non poteva che essere attratto da Phineas Newborn Jr., il pianista che sul finire degli anni cinquanta emerse come l'erede di Art Tatum e Oscar Peterson ma uscì presto di scena per problemi di salute mentale.

Nato ad Asheville nel North Carolina ma residente a New York dal ...

Not Feelin’ All Right: Guilt and Those Cheap Imported Box Sets

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When I was in high school in the '70s, I bought a jazz record with an unusual request in the liner notes. The artist--I think it was Chick Corea--asked fans not to tape his record and pass it around to friends.

He said (and I'm paraphrasing from memory): “If you like jazz and you ...