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ARTICLE: FROM FAR AND WIDE

At A Korean Jazz Picnic, No Need To Know The Music

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That jazz appeals to younger audiences, is fun, and not so serious, is more than a mere notion, materializing in, of all places, South Korea. The Jarasum Jazz Festival created there by promoter In Jae Jin has become one of the largest in Asia by hosting a multi-day event which features camping, western and Korean performers, ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

A focus on Nate Wooley

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This time around we focus on trumpeter Nate Wooley. This episode also features a couple of tracks from Fabian Arends and a selection of recent releases and archive cuts.

Playlist Ryan Keberle & Catharsis “Para Volar" from The Hope I Hold (Greenleaf) 00:00 Jeong Lim Yang “Moon Tethered" from Déjà Vu (Fresh Sound ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Greg Ward, Örjan Hultén and More

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Brand new releases from Greg Ward and Örjan Hultén plus a compare and contrast between original recordings by John Coltrane and radical reworkings by Tisziji Munoz

Playlist Greg Ward Rogue Parade “Metropolis" from Stomping Off from Greenwood (Greenleaf) 00:00 Örjan Hultén Orion “Minus Degrees" from Minusgrader (Artogrush) 08:41 Steve Grossman “Afro Blue" from ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Darren Barrett Energy in Motion: The Music of the Bee Gees

Read "The Music of the Bee Gees" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Polyester suits, platform shoes and big hairstyles were in vogue during the 1970's when being cool meant looking the part in spite of the outlandish attire. The music was equally flamboyant and among the many bands, the Australia/ England based Bee Gees, brothers (Barry, Maurice, and Robin Gibb) produced a string of top hits at the ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Justin Faulkner: Serving the Music

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The rare balance of passionate ambition and mature dedication that are the hallmark of young professionals puts them in a category all their own. More often than not they began honing their skills at an early age and it seems as if life conspired to help them succeed. Justin Faulkner, the young drummer for the legendary ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Warren Wolf: Beyond Perfect Pitch

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[ Editor's Note: The following interview is reprinted from George Colligan's blog, Jazztruth]

Warren Wolf is an amazing young multi-instrumentalist from Baltimore. He plays the drums quite well, and I've hired him and worked with Wolf the drummer in a number of settings. He is the premier young vibraphonist on the scene. He also plays ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Warren Wolf: The Wizard of Vibes

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Warren Wolf has made his name by playing the vibes, which he does with aplomb. He's as much a virtuoso on the instrument as anyone, even including his jazz elders. That may be, in part, because he was influenced by the sound of Milt Jackson and studied with one of the best in Dave Samuels, while ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Pamela Hines Trio: Moon Germs

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Recording the real first varied-style, high energy album of her career, pianist Pamela Hines unveils Moon Germs, titled after the Joe Farrell composition, with longtime band mates, bassist John Lockwood and drummer Bob Gullotti, on an eclectic blend of driving rhythms and freer interpretations of modern jazz. With this album, Hines attempts a different approach and ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Pamela Hines Trio Releases "Moon Germs"

Pamela Hines Trio Releases "Moon Germs"

Moon Germs, titled after the Joe Farrell tune, features Pamela Hines on piano, John Lockwood on bass and Bob Gullotti on drums. Special guests Darren Barrett on trumpet and Greg Dudzienski on tenor saxophone really make a pair of Hines' compositions come alive. This 2010 Spicerack Records release is the pianist's most adventuresome and eclectic set to ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Myron Walden: Momentum

Read "Momentum" reviewed by John Kelman

Sometimes a break can be the best thing a musician can take. Not getting tired by any means, if a four-year sabbatical from recording as a leader results in as strong a comeback as reedman Myron Walden's, perhaps artists should take breaks more often. A charter member of drummer Brian Blade's Fellowship Band, Walden is back ...