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Tim Hagans

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Tim Hagans (born August 19, 1954) is a hard bop trumpeter and composer. He grew up in Dayton, Ohio playing in school bands. His early inspirations included Miles Davis, Herb Alpert, Sly Stone, and Blood, Sweat and Tears. In his late teens, Hagans joined the Stan Kenton Orchestra. Hagans enrolled at Bowling Green State University, where he majored in music education. After the summer of 1974, however, Hagans dropped out of school to join Stan Kenton's band. In 1977, Hagans left Kenton to join up with Herman, but only for four weeks. He then left for Europe where he lived in Malmö, Sweden, a hotbed of the European jazz scene

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Asa Nisi Masa

Featuring the music of Tim Hagans
Duration: 21:09

"Asa Nisi Masa" is a new dance and music film from the Michele Brangwen Dance Ensemble that takes its title from the childhood incantation spoken in Federico Fellini's film "8 1/2." The phrase “Asa Nisi Masa” conjures a beautiful memory for the main character in the film of a time filled with compassion and love. "Asa Nisi Masa," features choreography, editing and costumes by Michele Brangwen and music composed by Danielle Reich, Thomas Helton and Tim Hagans.
Album

A Conversation

Label: Waiting Moon Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Conversation - Parts 1-5

Album

I Love Paris

Label: Blue Canoe Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Autumn Leaves; I Fall In Love Too Easily; Dat Dere; Sentimental Journey; Don't Explain; I Love Paris; My Funny Valentine; Yesterdays; What Lola Wants; Killing Me Softly With Your Song

Album

Masters & Baron Meet Blanton & Webster

Label: Capri Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: All Too Soon; Duke’s Place; I Got It Bad (And That Ain’t Good); A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing; What Am I Here For?; Jack the Bear; Perdido; Passion Flower; Take the ‘A’ Train; Ko- Ko; Introduction to In a Mellotone; In a Mellotone.

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Article: Album Review

Adam Berenson, Scott Barnum & Bob Moses: Assemblages

Read "Assemblages" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Keyboardist and composer Adam Berenson has at his disposal an arsenal of instruments, electronics, synthesizers, etc. But to hear him in the traditional acoustic piano trio setting is immensely enjoyable, while hardly “traditional." On the double-disc Assemblages, Berenson puts aside his Korg Triton Extreme, Yamaha Symphonic Ensemble and other impressively named and plugged-in instruments in favour ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Steve Smith-George Brooks-Prasanna, Tim Hagans, Miles Davis, Return to Forever and Lenny White

Read "Steve Smith-George Brooks-Prasanna, Tim Hagans, Miles Davis, Return to Forever and Lenny White" reviewed by Len Davis


Chris Potter, Steve Smith and George Brooks with Prasanna. Tim Hagans, Miles Davis and more '70s classics to finish. Playlist Chris Potter Underground"Rumples" from Ultrahang (ArtistShare) 00:00 Steve Smith-George Brooks-Prasanna “Dubai Dance" from Raga Bop Trio (Abstract Logix) 0:07:38 Tim Hagans-Bob Belden “are you threatening me?" from Re-Animation (Blue Note) 15:17 Miles Davis “Big ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Tim Hagans: A Conversation

Read "Tim Hagans: A Conversation" reviewed by David Bixler


The pandemic has given trumpet player and composer Tim Hagans a chance to step away from the physicality of the trumpet and focus on seeking new paths for his music. In this episode of LINER NOTES Tim speaks about preparing for an upcoming gig in Europe after not playing with other musicians for nearly two years, ...

News: Birthday

Jazz Musician of the Day: Tim Hagans

Jazz Musician of the Day: Tim Hagans

All About Jazz is celebrating Tim Hagans' birthday today! Tim Hagans (born August 19, 1954) is a hard bop trumpeter and composer. He grew up in Dayton, Ohio playing in school bands. His early inspirations included Miles Davis, Herb Alpert, Sly Stone, and Blood, Sweat and Tears. In his late teens, Hagans joined the Stan Kenton ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Size Matters: (Mostly New) Jazz for Big Bands and Orchestras, Part 4

Read "Size Matters: (Mostly New) Jazz for Big Bands and Orchestras, Part 4" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


In the early days of jazz, “Orchestra" was used to identify bands larger than a septet. Nowadays, jazz orchestras and big bands are much larger than that, like those we feature in our final installment of our mini-series dedicated to (mostly new and upcoming) releases by big bands and orchestras which can be found at the ...


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