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Adi Meyerson

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Adi Meyerson Is An Israeli Raised Bassist And Composer. She was born in San Francisco to American Parents. At the age of two, she relocated with her family to Jerusalem, Israel, where she grew up. Adi received her first musical training at the prestigious "Charles A. Smith Jerusalem high school of the arts" on bass guitar at the Age of 14. Three years later she came across the great Sonny Rollins record "Plus 4" and fell in love with jazz. After graduating from high school, Adi started playing the upright bass in the search of a new sound that was more appropriate for Jazz. Three months later, Adi was accepted to the prominent collaborative program between "The Center of Jazz Studies (CJS)" at the Israel conservatory of music and "The New School for jazz and contemporary music"- a program which allows only twenty-five students a year to complete a BFA in Performing Arts given by the New School

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Jazz Women From All Over The World

Read "Jazz Women From All Over The World" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This program features female jazz musicians from foreign countries such as Satoko Fujii, Hedvig Mollestad, and Nelly Pouget as well as Americans like Catherine Russell, Maria Schneider and Jamie Baum. The opening seconds of the introduction are cut off on this show but all the music is intact. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I Can't ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Bass Is The Place: Tyler Mitchell, Jimmy Garrison, Dave Holland And More

Read "Bass Is The Place: Tyler Mitchell, Jimmy Garrison, Dave Holland And More" reviewed by David Brown


This week angels & demons are at play as basset luminary Tyler Mitchell and legendary saxophonist Marshall Allen present two new Sun Ra inspired releases. Then, we follow Jimmy Garrison in and out of the Coltrane quartet, followed by more bassist led groups from Wilbur Ware, Ahmed Abdul-Malik (pictured), Linda May Han Oh and others. Bass ...

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New Sounds

Label: Posi-Tone Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Shades Of Brown; Whistleblower; Afloat; Stop Gap; Hold My Heart; Second Wind; Blues For Tangier; Luna Lovejoy; Runaway; Trapezoid

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Article: Live Review

2021 Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland

Read "2021 Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland" reviewed by John Chacona


Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland Cain Park September 11-12, 2021 Witnessing the moment-by-moment interaction between musicians is one of the sublime pleasures of attending a jazz concert. There were plenty of opportunities to do just that during the Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland, but for me the sweetest such encounter didn't occur onstage. It happened between ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Adi Meyerson, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Giovanni Falzone, Vinícius Cantuária & New Releases

Read "Adi Meyerson, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Giovanni Falzone, Vinícius Cantuária & New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


Variety is the spice of jazz, and there's plenty to be found here, from Adi Meyerson's compelling project inspired by Japanese visual artist Yayoi Kusama, to the cinematic music of Slowly Rolling Camera and WiFi CaBel, to the doom jazz of Lee “Scratch" Perry's Guide to the Universe and the touching tribute to Tomasz Stanko by ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Alright I Love You - Celebrating Lyricists Dorothy Parker and Carolyn Leigh

Read "Alright I Love You - Celebrating Lyricists Dorothy Parker and Carolyn Leigh" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast celebrates two legendary lyricists: Dorothy Parker in the first hour and Carolyn Leigh in the second. Other highlights include new releases from pianist Patricia Barber, harpist Brandee Younger and a special project by vocalist Sarah Partridge celebrating women of science plus birthday shoutouts to Fostina Dixon, Naomi Moon Siegel, Trudy Pitts, Cecile McLorin Salvant, ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Left of Average

Read "Left of Average" reviewed by Patrick Burnette


The Bastards look at four albums taking paths less travelled, approaches rarely attempted, and pianos (in the case of Sun Ra at least) untuned. Three 2021 releases are featured and we go way back to 1966 for a movie tie-in album that went right for jazz fans and terribly wrong the MGM employee writing the liner ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Close Your Eyes: Celebrating Bernice Petkere, The Queen of Tin Pan Alley

Read "Close Your Eyes: Celebrating Bernice Petkere, The Queen of Tin Pan Alley" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast begins with a celebration of composer Bernice Petkere ("Close Your Eyes," Lullaby of the Leaves") along with new releases from pianist Haeun Joo and bassist Adi Meyerson. Other birthday shoutouts include Jeri Southern, Terri Lyne Carrington, Roberta Piket, Noa Fort, Tony Bennett, Meg Okura and Cyrille Aimee, among others. Thanks for listening and please ...

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Article: Album Review

New Faces: New Sounds

Read "New Sounds" reviewed by Kyle Simpler


It's refreshing to see younger artists gaining recognition in jazz circles. The energy and performances of such players often adds a sense of vitality to the music, and Posi-Tone Records has been at the forefront of bringing many of these emerging artists to the mainstream. In 2017, for example, Marc Free, the owner and producer of ...


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