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Randy Sandke

Randy Sandke has performed at festivals, clubs, and concerts around the world. He has toured Europe over forty times and performed extensively throughout Japan, the U.S., Canada, and India. Randy has recorded over twenty albums as a leader, primarily on the Concord, Nagel-Heyer, and Evening Star label. A recent discography, published by the Dutch jazz scholar Gerard Beilderman, runs to 53 pages. Among the artists Mr. Sandke has recorded with include the instrumentalists Michael Brecker, Benny Goodman, Kenny Barron, Dick Hyman, Mulgrew Miller, Bill Charlap, Eric Reed, Frank Wess, Ray Anderson, Chris Potter, Sweets Edison, Flip Phillips, Scott Hamilton, Wycliffe Gordon, Warren Vache, and Mel Lewis

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Buddy Rich: The Beat Goes On

Read "Buddy Rich: The Beat Goes On" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Was Buddy Rich really “the world's greatest drummer"? The answer to that speculative question is debatable, of course, and opinions may vary, as they no doubt do on what kind of a person (or persons) he was when not weaving his particular brand of magic behind a drum kit. Buddy's remarkable talents as a drummer and ...

Spiritualized, Connie Crothers, Allen Lowe & Vinny Golia

Read "Spiritualized, Connie Crothers, Allen Lowe & Vinny Golia" reviewed by Martin Longley

Spiritualized Secret Project Robot April 2, 2013 The English cosmo-psychedelic drugsludge-rock combo Spiritualized would usually be expected to play at one of NYC's larger venues, such as Terminal 5 or Webster Hall. Just prior to their U.S. West Coast dates, Spiritualized suddenly announced a micro-gig, leaking the ...

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Every Now and Den

Read "Every Now and Den" reviewed by Dan Morgenstern

It's been so long since the last Den that it should perhaps be renamed, “Every Now and Den." But here I am with some of the events that stand out from the past five months or so, not necessarily in chronological order.I've never missed the annual Satchmo Summerfest in New Orleans, and the August ...

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Jazz Connect Conference at APAP|NYC 2013 Schedule

Jazz Connect Conference at APAP|NYC 2013 Schedule

Jazz Connect 2013 is free to all attendees. Register here. LOCATION: Hilton New York 1335 Avenue of the Americas at 54th St. New York, NY 10019 THURSDAY, JANUARY 10 9:00 am Workshops 1. Full Stream Ahead: Music Streaming Rights & Issues As music makes continues to make its bumpy transition ...

ARTICLE: DAN'S DEN

A Swell Farewell...and Onward

Read "A Swell Farewell...and Onward" reviewed by Dan Morgenstern

On April 13, Rutgers University-Newark threw a swell party for me on the occasion of my retirement as director of the Institute of Jazz Studies. I won't go into the social and musical details here, but do want to thank all my friends who showed up, and the many others who sent regrets--notably Sonny Rollins, whose ...

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Newport Jazz Festival As Strong As Ever

Read "Newport Jazz Festival As Strong As Ever" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

CareFusion Newport Jazz FestivalFort Adams State ParkNewport, RIAugust 6-8, 2010 It may seem like a small thing, but it's nice that the jazz festival in Rhode Island last weekend, August 6-8, was called the CareFusion NewportJazz Festival. No matter how you slice that, it's the Newport Jazz Festival, in the ...

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Where the Dark and the Light Folks Meet

Read "Where the Dark and the Light Folks Meet" reviewed by Daniel Kassell

Where the Dark and the Light Folks Meet Randall Sandke Hardcover; 288 pages ISBN: 0-8108-6652-8 Scarecrow Press 2010In Where the Dark and the Light Folks Meet, musician and author Randall Sandke tackles the stubborn and controversial question of whether jazz is the product of ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Two Tributes to Bille Holiday: Dee Dee Bridgewater and Stepanie Nakasian

Read "Two Tributes to Bille Holiday: Dee Dee Bridgewater and Stepanie Nakasian" reviewed by Joel Roberts

Dee Dee Bridgewater Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie with Love from Dee Dee Emarcy 2010 Stephanie Nakasian Billie Remembered: The Classic Songs of Billie Holiday Inner City 2010 Dee Dee ...

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Randy Sandke's New Book "Where the Dark and Light Folks Meet - Race and the Mythology, Politics, and Business of Jazz" Has Just Been Published on Scarecrow Press

Randy Sandke's New Book "Where the Dark and Light Folks Meet - Race and the Mythology, Politics, and Business of Jazz" Has Just Been Published on Scarecrow Press

Randy Sandke tackles the stubborn and controversial question of whether jazz is the product of an insulated African-American environment, shut off from the rest of society by strictures of segregation and discrimination; or whether it is more properly understood as the juncture of a wide variety of influences under the broader umbrella of American culture. This ...


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