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"Thousands of Bouquets": An Interview with Gary Burton on Jazz and Japan

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This article was originally published at All About Jazz in May 2000 as part of a “Jazz and Japan" interview series. All About Jazz: What do you remember about your first trip to play in Japan? Gary Burton: I was 19 years old, playing with George Shearing. We spent five weeks in ...


Christian Jacob: On Respect and Knowledge of Jazz in Japan

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Christian Jacob was born in Lorraine, France, and began classical piano studies at the age of four. His early musical influences included Debussy and Ravel, as well as Oscar Peterson, whose approaches to improvisation impressed him the most. Having won First Prize in a piano competition at the Paris Conservatory, Jacob studied and then later ...


Todd Barkan: Continuation and Augmentation

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Todd Barkan has been one of the most important and versatile producers of jazz concerts and records around the globe for almost 30 years. The list of artists whose projects he has produced reads like a veritable Who's Who of jazz. Barkan has managed many artists, including the Boys Choir of Harlem, Chico O'Farrill and Freddy ...


Steve Kuhn: On Japan

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Steve Kuhn's most recent CD, Mostly Coltrane (ECM, 2009), pays tribute to John Coltrane, having been the first pianist in the legendary saxophonist's quartet. He also has played as a sideman with Kenny Dorham, Art Farmer, Stan Getz and many others. Mostly Kuhn has led his own groups, largely trios with bassists including Buster Williams, Eddie ...


Gene Ess: Sandbox and Sanctum

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Guitarist Gene Ess came to jazz via country rock and blues clubs frequented by US service personnel in Okinawa, classical music studies at George Mason University, and performance studies at Berklee before he hit the New York scene. Upon arriving there, he established key contacts with Matthew Garrison, son of bassist Jimmy; Rashied Ali, one of ...

One More: Music of Thad Jones

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Various Artists One More: Music of Thad Jones IPO Recordings 2005 Great jazz things have been happening at IPO Recordings, and they have been for a while. One More: Music of Thad Jones is the sixth CD from Executive Producer Bill Sorin, and it continues the generous spirit of tribute ...


A Choice of Openness: Michael Pronko on Jazz in Japan

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AAJ: How would you describe your background in jazz? How did you first get interested in the music?MP: My father loved jazz and had huge numbers of records. We went to every jazz show in Kansas City. He enjoyed going to the record store and filling up a grocery bag with records and bringing them ...


Real Blues People: Jazz in Japan

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Blue Nippon: Authenticating Jazz in Japan E. Taylor Atkins Duke University Press 0822327104 A recent issue of Jazz Times is devoted to yet another forum on the hoary conundrum of jazz and race. Whose music is jazz and who plays it authentically, African Americans or Caucasians? In discussions such as ...


The Energy Is One: An Interview with Hiromi Uehara

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All About Jazz: Your earliest musical studies were at the Yamaha School of Music. Please describe your experience there. Was this in Tokyo? Hiromi Uehara: It was in Shizuoka, where my home was. I first attended this school when I was five years old. I also attended a regular elementary school, and I was ...


Burnin' at the Bistro: The Jazz Composers Collective

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In the third week of January, 2003, St. Louis was entering its annual deep cold snap as members of the Jazz Composers Collective landed after 24 total hours of travel from a concert in Milan. Although audiences at Jazz at the Bistro on the second night of the four-night run were small, they came prepared for ...


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