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It had only been a few days since singer and pianist Diana Krall publicly announced that she and husband Elvis Costello were expecting their first child. Her remarks may have primarily focused on her upcoming album, but it was easy to discern the rosy glow as she discussed imminent arrivals, and how she came up with the name for one of them. “I already knew before we went into the studio the title of the record. I definitely knew it was going to be From This Moment On.” Cole Porter’s romantic ode to great expectations (with its hip, heartening couplet, “No more blue songs/Only whoop-dee-doo songs”) could not be more apt a title track for Krall’s tenth album


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Freddy Cole, The Baylor Project, Somi and More

Read "Freddy Cole, The Baylor Project, Somi and More" reviewed by Jua Howard

Welcome music family! This week I'm sharing more great music including songs from Freddy Cole, The Baylor Project, Jose James, Somi, Jon Hendricks and Diana Krall. Come get lost in the music with me!Playlist Intro 00:00 Freddy Cole “A Place in the Sun (Movin' On)" from This Is the Life (Muse) 2:30 Eric Alexander ...


Article: Interview

Jim West: 40 Years and Going Strong at Justin Time Records

Read "Jim West: 40 Years and Going Strong at Justin Time Records" reviewed by Kerilie McDowall

Owner of Canada's Justin Time Records, the multi-award-winning Jim West, has brought stellar top performers from the Canadian music scene and the USA to the global stage since 1983 for almost half a century, and that's some heavyweight “cred." To celebrate, the label has crafted a compilation, 40 Years of ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Geri Allen, Kronos Quartet, and Ahmad Jamal.

Read "Geri Allen, Kronos Quartet, and Ahmad Jamal." reviewed by Jerome Wilson

This episode features a wide array of duets, tributes, and curiosities from jazz's past and present. Musicians heard include Geri Allen & Kurt Rosenwinkel, the Kronos Quartet, Nate Wooley, and Ahmad Jamal. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I Can't Wait Till I Get Home" from The Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings of Henry Threadgill & ...


Article: Interview

Meet Drummer Danny Gottlieb

Read "Meet Drummer Danny Gottlieb" reviewed by Mike Brannon

This article was first published at All About Jazz in January 2001. If you don't know drummer Danny Gottlieb or you know him from only the earliest incarnations of the Pat Metheny Group, there's a lot you don't know about this talented, multi-faceted musician. Not complacent to rest on past laurels of any kind, ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Joe Farnsworth: Straight From The Soul

Read "Joe Farnsworth: Straight From The Soul" reviewed by Steven Roby

One of the most highly regarded jazz drummers today, Joe Farnsworth, is known for his blazing speed, precision, and musical and melodic playing. Born in South Hadley, Massachusetts, in 1968, Joe grew up in a musical family; his father was a music educator, and he has four older brothers, two of whom became professional ...


Article: Album Review

Francesco Patti, Andrea Domenici, Giuseppe Cucchiara, Andrea Niccolai: A Sound in Common

Read "A Sound in Common" reviewed by Neil Duggan

Album titles can sometimes be mystifying, enigmatic, strange, or in this case, perfectly apt. A Sound In Common links four Italian musicians who share a passion for composing and playing their own brand of swinging contemporary jazz, springing from roots firmly planted in grounded post-bop language. This album, featuring mainly original tunes, is their ...


Article: Liner Notes

Joe Magnarelli: Hoop Dreams

Read "Joe Magnarelli: Hoop Dreams" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

As Duke Ellington would often remind us, music comes in two varieties, that which is good and that which is bad. This suggests that genre and category are really of little concern and that overall quality is really the defining factor in considering the validity of any musical expression. Taking this axiom one step further, let ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

The Christmas Show with Norah Jones and Mars Williams

Read "The Christmas Show with Norah Jones and Mars Williams" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

This holiday show features Christmas-related jazz, some of it warm and cozy, some of it anything but. Artists heard include Norah Jones, Mars Williams, Benny Goodman, 3D Jazz Trio, and John Coltrane. Playlist Jerry Granelli Trio “Christmas Time Is Here" from The Jerry Granelli Trio Plays Vince Guaraldi and Mose Allison (RareNoise) 00:00 Host ...


Article: Interview

A Fireside Chat With Tony Bennett

Read "A Fireside Chat With Tony Bennett" reviewed by AAJ Staff

This interview was first published on All About Jazz in September 2001. Tony Bennett hails from a period in Americana where style loomed larger than sustenance and men were less than men without a martini or scotch in one hand and a cigar or cigarette burning from the other. Those were the days. And ...


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