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Arts For Arts Presents : Brandon Lopez Birthday On_Line Salon Friday 8PM


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Arts For Arts Presents : Brandon Lopez Birthday On_Line Salon Friday 8PM

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Performs Friday On_Line Salon




Friday, May 29, 8pm ET

Brandon Lopez’s Solo Birthday Performance will be Live on Zoom.
Join Brandon Lopez and enjoy the performance, the interview and the opportunity to join in with your questions.

Register for the link to watch.

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Artist Diaries


Artist Diaries features short works by AFA Artists that give an inside look into different aspects of their creativity. Watch now on Facebook and IGTV.

Brandon Lopez

Brandon Lopez

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Raina Sokolov-Gonzalez
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Watch Now On Screening Vision


K.J. Holmes & Jeremy Carlstedt

Dancer K.J. Holmes and drummer Jeremy Carlstedt, live at Vision Festival 22. Filmed May 31, 2017 at Judson Memorial Church, NYC.

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Henry Grimes & Connie Crothers

Bassist Henry Grimes and pianist Connie Crothers live at David Gage String Instruments. Filmed April 26, 2016.

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Miriam Parker & Wadada Leo Smith

Tuesday, May 26
Miriam Parker / Wadada Leo Smith

Miriam Parker and Wadada Leo Smith perform “A Moving Line” with sculpture by Jo Wood-Brown live at Vision Festival 21. Filmed June 11, 2016 at Judson Memorial Church, NYC.


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On May 28
Conversation with Wadada Leo Smith
This was filmed on April 20, 2015 at The Clemente, NYC.
 


Upcoming Screening Vision Schedule
From AFA Archives


Henry Grimes & Amina Claudine Myers

Sunday May 31
Henry Grimes & Amina Claudine Myers

Part two of bassist Henry Grimes and pianist Amina Claudine Myers live at Vision Festival 20. Filmed July 7, 2015 at Judson Memorial Church, NYC.


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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 11: Débora Watts & John Allen Watts Live!


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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 11: Débora Watts & John Allen Watts Live!

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We’re live with Jazz Forum @ Home including weekly free-of-charge Facebook Live Streaming series from artists’ homes on Saturdays at 7 pm EDT. This Saturday, May 30 at 7 PM we have Brazilian vocalist, Débora Watts & pianist, John Allen Watts!

Like our Facebook page to receive notifications when we go live.

Go to this link at time of broadcast: https://www.facebook.com/jazzforumclub/live/

RSVP TO THE EVENT


Watch our previous Facebook Live performances:
Julius Rodriguez • Sherma Andrews • Ted Rosenthal • Ann Hampton Callaway • Nanny Assis • Alexis Cole • Kate Baker & Dave Stryker • Donald Harrison

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By Jorge Ben Jor
Performed by Débora Watts

@ Jazz Forum
December 18th 2018

Don’t miss Débora’s LIVE performance this Saturday with John Allen Watts!

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Yesterdays, Jimmy Cobb
We remember our dear Jimmy Cobb, whom we lost this past Sunday at 91. This video montage, produced by Eleana Tee Cobb & Danny Pickering features Jerome Kern’s “Yesterdays” and features Jimmy’s group with special guest, Roy Hargrove. We cherish and miss you, Jimmy! We send our deepest heartfelt Condolences, Love and Support to Eleana, Serena, Jaime and to Bonnie and Al, as well as to Jimmy Cobb’s legion of friends and musical colleagues.
Mark Morganelli
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Here’s a picture from one of our Brazilian house parties in Dobbs Ferry from several years back with David Amram, the late Al Drears and Jimmy Cobb joining me and Ellen. Rest Easy, Jimmy.
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Vulture Profile:
The Longest Lives

Reggie Workman
By Matt Stieb

‘Those Were Memorable Times. But I Don’t Want to Live There.’ Reggie Workman played with John Coltrane, won a Guggenheim at 82, and is tired of Zoom.

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For families who are at home with kids, Jitterbugs is here for you! We are very proud to present Jitterbugs @ Home to keep your children musically busy. Enjoy!


We Are Bringing Jitterbugs to Your Living Room via Zoom!


Thanks to everyone who joined our first Jitterbugs @ Home class. We hope you had fun singing and dancing along with us!

The Jitterbugs Jazz classes are for kids ages 2-7. Two teachers lead the children through interactive music games.

Please join us for our next class on Sunday, June 14 @ 10:30 AM!

GET TICKETS FOR SUNDAY, JUNE 14 @ 10:30

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Drummer Conclave at Jazz Forum, 1982
These bad cats were all on hand to check out the legendary Philly Joe Jones, playing with his Quartet at the second Jazz Forum loft (648 Broadway at Bleecker Street, 5th floor – photo by Mitchell Seidel) L-R: Jimmy Lovelace, Jo Jones, Jr., Art Lewis, Al Foster, Leroy Williams, Philly Joe Jones, Jual Curtis
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The Jitterbugs Jazz classes are for kids ages 2-7. Two teachers lead the children through interactive music games.

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Will Friedwald’s CLIP JOINT livestream events this week: BILL BOGGS, ROSEMARY CLOONEY + GUYS & DOLLS!


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Will Friedwald’s CLIP JOINT livestream events this week: BILL BOGGS, ROSEMARY CLOONEY + GUYS & DOLLS!

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CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM events:
 

WEEK OF MAY 25:
BILL BOGGS,
“GUYS & DOLLS,” and
ROSEMARY CLOONEY!

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1. “AN EVENING WITH BILL BOGGS (& SPIKE THE WONDER DOG!)”
Will Friedwald’s CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM (TOTALLY TUNEFUL TUESDAYS)

Will Friedwald is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Tuesday evening May 26 7:00PM-11:30PM

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89615538158?pwd=eEZwT2FsdnZ0RVRocTAxSEtxMzRTZz09

Meeting ID: 896 1553 8158
Password: 032402
One tap mobile
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+13017158592,,89615538158#,,1#,032402# US (Germantown)

In honor of Bill’s great new novel:
THE ADVENTURES OF SPIKE THE WONDER DOG

featuring FRANK SINATRA – SAMMY DAVIS, JR. – BOBBY RYDELL
    ELVIS PRESLEY – ROSEMARY CLOONEY – BING CROSBY
    BUCKY PIZZARELLI – BOBBY SHORT – JACK JONES
    BOB DYLAN – ANN HAMPTON CALLAWAY – and all your favorites!

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2. THE BROADWAY MIXTAPE :
JASA & Will Friedwald’s CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM present
“GUYS AND DOLLS”

Wednesday Morning May 27, 11:00AM – 2:00PM

Will Friedwald is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84309324725?pwd=OUJ4TXVjdkM1WVlsY1JHZzFlbld6QT09

Meeting ID: 843 0932 4725
Password: 360349
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featuring VIVIAN BLAINE – STUBBY KAYE – SAM LEVENE –
    FRANK SINATRA  MARLO BRANDON – NATHAN LANE –
    FAITH PRINCE – DEAN MARTIN – PERRY COMO –
   LENA HORNE – BETTY HUTTON – PEGGY LEE – DINAH SHORE  –
   and all your favorites!

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3. “A BONUS EVENING WITH ROSEMARY CLOONEY”
(Will Friedwald’s CLIP JOINT livestream)

Thursday: May 28, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86246333786?pwd=Q0xWKzhHUS9EaHVNanErUDY0R2RSZz09

Meeting ID: 862 4633 3786
Password: 576824
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ROSEMARY CLOONEY with BOB HOPE, BING CROSBY, PERRY COMO,
    FRANK SINATRA – NAT KING COLE, DEAN MARTIN & JERRY LEWIS,
    JOHNNY MERCER, STEVE ALLEN JOSE FERRER, JO STAFFORD,
    MEL TORME, JOHN RAITT – and all HER favorites!  

 


Good news! I have been able to post a couple of the ZOOM recordings of the “BROADWAY MIXTAPE” series on vimeo.

These are private links, am only sharing with close friends and supporters!

“CAMELOT” MIXTAPE –
https://vimeo.com/405670306/486fe70574

“PORGY AND BESS” MIXTAPE –
https://vimeo.com/416028509/3102607243

“FIDDLER ON THE ROOF” MIXTAPE
https://vimeo.com/416157416/ce9d85b144

special! “AN AFTERNOON WITH NELSON RIDDLE”
(special guest: Rosemary Riddle Acerra)
https://vimeo.com/419023834

[Note: the “CAMELOT” is from before my green screen arrived, so the image of me is pretty bizarre, with parts of my anatomy appearing and disappearing!]
 

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NEW VIDEO FROM JC Hopkins Biggish Band “We Can Change The World” featuring Nico Sarbanes

NEW VIDEO FROM JC Hopkins Biggish Band “We Can Change The World” featuring Nico Sarbanes


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NEW VIDEO FROM
JC Hopkins Biggish Band
“We Can Change The World”
featuring Nico Sarbanes

“We Can Change The World” is a new song from the J.C. Hopkins Biggish Band’s new album New York Moment. It was written by JC and Nico Sarbanes who also sings it. It speaks of the idea that one can get power to change the world in a powerful way even if that starts with just one other person. It doesn’t hurt if you are in love with that person. It is both a song of empowerment and romance. Swinging arrangement by Drew Vandewinkel and driving it along is drummer Evan Hyde.

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NEW CD

J.C. HOPKINS BIGGISH BAND “NEW YORK MOMENT”

LABEL: TWEE-JAZZ RECORDS 001

PRODUCED BY: J.C. HOPKINS

Artist Website: www.jchopkins.com

Release Date: APRIL 5, 2020

UPC Code: 888295981491 

1- Beguiled 

2- One Of Those Days (Hopkins/Federer) 

3- The Wonderful Things To Come (Hopkins/Federer) 

4- We Can Change The World (Hopkins/Sarbanes) 

5- Oh, Kitty! 

6- Better Git It In Your Soul (Mingus) 

7- Sublime Beauty 

8- What Would You Say? 

9- Lulu 

10- Close Your Eyes 

11- The Children Will Lead Us

all tracks by J.C. Hopkins unless noted 

Musicians: 

Joy Hanson, Nico Sarbanes, Vanisha Gould, Shawn Whitehorn and Alicyn Yaffee – Vocals J.C .Hopkins – piano, Nico Sarbanes – trumpet solos, Drew  Vandewinkelarranger and tenor sax, Jason Marshall – Baritone sax, Julian Pressley – alto sax, Beserat Taffesse – trombone, Walter Cano – trumpet, Evan Hyde – drums, Kaisa Maenshivu – upright bass, Alicyn Yaffee – guitarist

A difficult group to classify, the J.C. Hopkins Biggish Band (a small big band or a large jazz combo) is a forward-looking swing ensemble that has been a regular feature at the historic Minton’s Playhouse every Saturday night for several years. The title of New York Moment, J.C. Hopkins’ latest project, is described by the composer in this way: “People say that a New York minute is really just a second, a split second, whereas a New York Moment transcends time. It’s when time stops. It’s when the trumpet player plays an otherworldly melody, or when the saxophonist wails like a wild duck creating a sense of tumult in an already tumultuous world, or when the singer sings just the right notes as the band lays down a lush chord. And it’s so beautiful that it resonates in your soul.”

His new recording, New York Moment, has J.C. Hopkins’ originals and the arrangements of tenor-saxophonist Drew Vandewinkle for the spirited group. Featured in key spots are five singers. Nico Sarbanes, who is also an excellent trumpeter, is in the spotlight on the uptempo “We Can Change The World” and “Lulu” (taking a particularly memorable trumpet solo on the latter), and sharing the vocals with Joy Hanson in winning style on the love song “Beguiled” and “What Would You Say.” Ms. Hanson is also heard on the quietly sensuous “The Wonderful Things To Come” and the ballad “Close Your Eyes.” Vanisha Gould adds to the New Orleans party atmosphere of “One Of Those Days” with her jubilant singing and puts plenty of honest emotion into “Sublime Beauty.” Shawn Whitehorn uplifts the medium-tempo love song “Oh, Kitty” while Alicyn Yaffee excels on the lowdown blues “The Children Will Lead Us.”
 

The Biggish Band also has its opportunities to be featured throughout the diverse material with an instrumental version of Charles Mingus’ “Better Git It In Your Soul” having some joyfully wild ensembles and passionate playing by altoist Julian Pressley. J.C. Hopkins moved from his hometown of San Francisco in 2000 to Brooklyn where he soon formed the JC Hopkins Biggish Band. His singer in the early days was the then-unknown Norah Jones. After her phenomenal success, she was succeeded by a long list of other great jazz vocalists including Madeleine Peyroux, Queen Esther, Jazzmeia Horn, Alicia Olatuja, and Brianna Thomas. Hopkins, whose song “Dreams Come True” was recorded as a duet by Willie Nelson and Norah Jones, recorded his first album with his band, Underneath A Brooklyn Moon, in 2005. 2017’s Meet Me At Minton’s (which has guest spots for Jon Hendricks, Andy Bey and Jazzmeia Horn) celebrates the Biggish Band’s long-time Saturday night residency at Minton’s Playhouse, the historic club where early 1940s jam sessions featuring Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious Monk and others helped form bebop. Hopkins is also Minton’s long-time music programmer.
 

New York Moment is the J.C. Hopkins Biggish Band’s finest recording to date and shows just how much the music is swinging at Minton’s Playhouse in the 21st century. 
 

Available From: www.jchopkins.com •Amazon •CDBaby •iTunes
 

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Will Friedwald CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM EVENTS


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CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM events:

A special bonus CLIP JOINT show this evening (Thursday May 21) 7:30PM
Thursday May 21 – “HENRY MANCINI ENCORES” – a CLIP JOINT SPECIAL
featuring ANDY WILLIAMS, SUE RANEY, TONY BENNETT, GENE KELLY, GINNY O’CONNOR MANCINI!

here is the NEW (password-protected link) for tonight’s BONUS clip joint livestream event, HENRY MANCINI “ENCORES”
(please discard previous link)

7:30PM, Thursday May 21 (Eastern Time)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85053976591?pwd=NSs2V1pOU1Y1eS9KQWxxeEVnNnBTZz09

Meeting ID: 850 5397 6591
Password: 762837
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two big items tonight – a complete 1973 JULIE ANDREWS / HENRY MANCINI “SPECIAL” plus a whole slew of ANDY WILLIAMS / HENRY MANCINI segments from four different shows! (courtesy Anthony DiFlorio III)

plus a special tribute to GINNY O’CONNOR MANCINI with excerpts from vintage big band shorts (courtesy Mark Cantor & Bryan Cooper) !

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And also this evening :

4.THE NEW YORK ADVENTURE CLUB PRESENTS :
‘NYC’s Tin Pan Alley: The Birthplace of America’s Music Industry’ Webinar

(in case you missed it the first time!)

to register:
https://www.nyadventureclub.com/event/nycs-tin-pan-alley-the-birthplace-of-americas-music-industry-webinar-registration-105098107268/

Thursday, May 21 5:30 PM – 7 PM

 


Good news! I have been able to post a couple of the ZOOM recordings of the “BROADWAY MIXTAPE” series on vimeo.

These are private links, am only sharing with close friends and supporters!

“CAMELOT” MIXTAPE –
https://vimeo.com/405670306/486fe70574

“PORGY AND BESS” MIXTAPE –
https://vimeo.com/416028509/3102607243

“FIDDLER ON THE ROOF” MIXTAPE
https://vimeo.com/416157416/ce9d85b144

special! “AN AFTERNOON WITH NELSON RIDDLE”
(special guest: Rosemary Riddle Acerra)
https://vimeo.com/419023834

[Note: the “CAMELOT” is from before my green screen arrived, so the image of me is pretty bizarre, with parts of my anatomy appearing and disappearing!]
 

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CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM events (and a lot of ’em) for week of May 18:

here are the zoom links for the recurring Tuesday and Wednesday events :

1. TUESDAY EVENINGS

Will Friedwald is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Will Friedwald’s CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM presents TOTALLY TUNEFUL TUESDAYS (recurring on Tuesday Evenings)
Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime

TUESDAY MAY 19, 7:00PM (EST) – MIDNIGHT (come & go as you wish!)

THIS WEEK! (Tuesday May 19 @ 7:00 PM EDT)

MEL TORME: “NEW DISCOVERIES”

MEL TORMÉ on
THE MEL TORMÉ SHOW (1951)
THE KEN MURRAY SHOW (1950)
THE JO STAFFORD SHOW (1961)
THE BING CROSBY SHOW (1965)
IN SESSION with SARAH VAUGHAN & CARMEN McRAE (1977)
and lots of surprise clips and bonuses!

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81104982657
Meeting ID: 811 0498 2657

 and coming over the next few Tuesdays:
 
 

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2. WEDNESDAY MORNINGS

JASA and Will Friedwald’s CLIP JOINT present THE BROADWAY MIXTAPE

Wednesday, May 20⋅11:00am – 2:00pm

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82783970756

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82783970756
<https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82783970756>

This week, a very special show – our first guest star
LAURENCE MASLON, celebrated author, raconteur, and professor of Musical Theater at NYU

In order to give a special presentation:

THE “OTHER” RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN:
ALLEGRO
ME AND JULIET
PIPE DREAM

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3A. Harvey Granat & 92Y Present:

A special program guest-hosted by Will Friedwald
‘Celebrating HENRY MANCINI”
Featuring MONICA MANCINI jazz-pop star (and Henry’s daughter)
And CHRISTINE ANDREAS headlining Broadway leading lady!

Thursday morning @ 11:30AM to 1:00PM EDT
to register <https://www.92y.org/event/harvey-granat-henry-mancini>

including a special tribute to GINNY O’CONNOR MANCINI!

3B. a special bonus CLIP JOINT show that evening (Thursday May 21) 7:30PM
Thursday May 21 – “HENRY MANCINI ENCORES” – a CLIP JOINT SPECIAL
featuring ANDY WILLIAMS, SUE RANEY, TONY BENNETT, GENE KELLY, GINNY O’CONNOR MANCINI! and all your favorites!
for participants in the 92Y MANCINI EVENT (above), THE NYAC TIN PAN ALLEY EVENT (below) and everybody else!

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87464354776

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4.THE NEW YORK ADVENTURE CLUB PRESENTS :
‘NYC’s Tin Pan Alley: The Birthplace of America’s Music Industry’ Webinar

(in case you missed it the first time!)

to register:
https://www.nyadventureclub.com/event/nycs-tin-pan-alley-the-birthplace-of-americas-music-industry-webinar-registration-105098107268/

Thursday, May 21 5:30 PM – 7 PM

 


Good news! I have been able to post a couple of the ZOOM recordings of the “BROADWAY MIXTAPE” series on vimeo.

These are private links, am only sharing with close friends and supporters!

“CAMELOT” MIXTAPE –
https://vimeo.com/405670306/486fe70574

“PORGY AND BESS” MIXTAPE –
https://vimeo.com/416028509/3102607243

“FIDDLER ON THE ROOF” MIXTAPE
https://vimeo.com/416157416/ce9d85b144

special! “AN AFTERNOON WITH NELSON RIDDLE”
(special guest: Rosemary Riddle Acerra)
https://vimeo.com/419023834

[Note: the “CAMELOT” is from before my green screen arrived, so the image of me is pretty bizarre, with parts of my anatomy appearing and disappearing!]
 

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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 9: Donald Harrison Live!


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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 9: Donald Harrison Live!

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We’re live with Jazz Forum @ Home including weekly free-of-charge Facebook Live Streaming series from artists’ homes on Saturdays at 7 pm EDT. This Saturday, May 23 at 7 PM we have the great saxophonist, Donald Harrison LIVE from New Orleans!

Like our Facebook page to receive notifications when we go live.

Go to this link at time of broadcast: https://www.facebook.com/jazzforumclub/live/

RSVP TO THE EVENT


Watch our previous Facebook Live performances:
Julius Rodriguez • Sherma Andrews • Ted Rosenthal • Ann Hampton Callaway • Nanny Assis • Alexis Cole • Kate Baker & Dave Stryker

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Duchess

Jazz Forum Arts Summer Series @ Lyndhurst in 2015

feat. Amy Cervini, Hilary Gardner and Melissa Stylianou

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The New York Times:
Sonny Rollins: Art Never Dies 
By Sonny Rollins

“The spirit of art shines through in a performance when I stop thinking — when I let the music play itself, not just the one song that I’ve memorized, but all of the songs and experiences I have in my mind. And as things come to me, unplanned, I surprise even myself.”

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Drummer Conclave at Jazz Forum, 1982
These bad cats were all on hand to check out the legendary Philly Joe Jones, playing with his Quartet at the second Jazz Forum loft (648 Broadway at Bleecker Street, 5th floor – photo by Mitchell Seidel) L-R: Jimmy Lovelace, Jo Jones, Jr., Art Lewis, Al Foster, Leroy Williams, Philly Joe Jones, Jual Curtis
Mark Morganelli

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For families who are at home with kids, Jitterbugs is here for you! We are very proud to present Jitterbugs @ Home to keep your children musically busy. Enjoy!


We Are Bringing Jitterbugs to Your Living Room via Zoom!


Thanks to everyone who joined our first Jitterbugs @ Home class. We hope you had fun singing and dancing along with us!

The Jitterbugs Jazz classes are for kids ages 2-7. Two teachers lead the children through interactive music games.

Please join us for our next class on Sunday, June 14 @ 10:30 AM!

GET TICKETS FOR SUNDAY, JUNE 14 @ 10:30

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Please contribute to Jazz Together, our emergency campaign to support the Jazz Forum, the 34 free outdoor summer concerts and our new Jitterbugs children’s education program. The Jazz Forum Arts Board of Directors is leading the campaign with generous initial contributions totalling $20,000. We hope you will join them.
 

MAKE A DONATION
BECOME A MEMBER



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Gary Lucas: 25 shows and counting since lockdown

Gary Lucas: 25 shows and counting since lockdown


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May 21, 2020

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Gary Lucas: 25 shows and counting since lockdown

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Since lockdown began mid-March, Gary Lucas has live-streamed solo guitar shows from his apartment in the West Village every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3pm EST on his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/gary.lucas.5836

with viewers tuning in from all over the world, including fans in the UK, Europe, Mexico, South America, Australia, Cuba, Russia, the Ukraine, Greece, Turkey, South Africa, Morocco, Israel and elsewhere.

All shows are archived here:

http://garylucas.com/www/streams/streams.shtml

Check out a fan’s interactive response on Instagram:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CATLMV_gSsZ/?igshid=16ano0ecen23y

This Saturday night May 23rd at 8pm EST, the Joe’s Pub Live! Archive is streaming a full concert of Gary Lucas’s 30’s Chinese Pop project “The Edge of Heaven”,

recorded live at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater in Feb. 2019.

 The concert features Feifei Yang on vocals and erhu and Jason Candler on saxophone.

For more info: https://bit.ly/2To7pMc

The video will be embedded on the page on the Joe’s Pub sit on the day of the stream, 

or people can go directly to https://www.youtube.com/user/JoesPubNY

Clips and reviews of The Edge of Heaven live:

https://bit.ly/2XgMWK9

Lastly the release of Gary Lucas’s 40 year retrospective double album “The Essential Gary Lucas” was postponed due to the pandemic, and now will be released Sept. 11th on Knitting Factory Records.

View the original press release here:

https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwmusic/article/Gary-Lucas-Unveils-THE-ESSENTIAL-GARY-LUCAS-20200213

For more info please contact Jim Merlis at jim@bighassle.com

www.garylucas.com

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From The Falcon Archives : : Vic Juris Trio


 

 

 

 

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To benefit Falcon musicians, their families, and staff affected by COVID-19. 

Vic Juris Trio featured Jay Anderson / Bass and Adam Nussbaum / Drums, and was recorded December 15, 2007 at the Old Falcon, by Lynn Segarra / Dreamspirit Video

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Vic Juris

(1953-2019)

“…a humble master of the jazz guitar…”

Vic Juris was a jazz guitarist whose facility, cleanness, and unerring taste on the instrument established his firm reputation as a musician’s musician.

A humble man more devoted to pursuit of his craft than of the spotlight, Juris was nonetheless a player of remarkable prowess and versatility. He was also an educator who taught at the New School, Lehigh University, and Rutgers University, in addition to master classes and workshops around the world. His jazz-musician peers regarded him with just the sort of esteem he was disinclined to seek for himself.

That said, Juris did carve out an important niche as both a sideman and a leader. In the former case, he had a creative partnership with saxophonist and NEA Jazz Master Dave Liebman that extended more than two decades. In the latter, he maintained a Sunday-night trio residency at the 55 Bar, a small club in Greenwich Village,

for the last seven years of his life.

“There was no one more real than Vic both as a person and musician,” Liebman wrote on Facebook after Juris’s passing was announced. “He was the hardest worker I have known … Dedication beyond the norm.”

Victor Jurusz Jr. was born September 26, 1953 in Jersey City, New Jersey, and spent his entire life in the northern New Jersey area. He discovered the guitar early—at 10, after hearing his father’s Chuck Berry records—and, following a few lessons with guitarist Ed Berg, largely taught himself to play.

“There weren’t that many opportunities to go to music school to study jazz in those days,” he recalled to The New York City Jazz Record in 2016. “I came from a kind of a lower-middle-class, blue-collar town in New Jersey and … nobody really had the money to send their kids to college in those days, so I started hanging out in the city.”

This was the rock era of the early 1970s, which was also the most fruitful period of jazz fusion; at the same time, the folk scene in Greenwich Village was still active. Juris soaked up all of it, played all of it, and took every opportunity he could find to work with musicians whom he felt could teach him something. It was a habit on which he built his career as a sideman.

Guitarist Pat Martino heard Juris and recommended him to bebop organist Don Patterson. That gig opened doors for Juris to work with Jimmy Smith, Wild Bill Davis, and Shirley Scott. He also collaborated with saxophonist Eric Kloss in a fusion band that included keyboardist Barry Miles. These connections begat further connections to saxophonists Phil Woods and Richie Cole, for both of whom Juris became a recurring sideman; he also met Liebman (then working in the fusion ensemble Lookout Farm), who proved a kindred spirit.

In the 1980s, Juris continued his associations with Cole and Kloss, as well as trumpeter Mark Morganelli and bassist Gary Peacock; he also began working frequently in dual guitar formats, including gigs with Biréli Lagrène, Diz Disley, John Etheridge, and a yearlong stint with Larry Coryell (one of Juris’ early favorites in the fusion genre). However, it was in 1991 that he solidified his strongest collaborative relationship: He joined Liebman’s band and remained part of it for the next 23 years.

Through it all, he continued to work as an educator and as a leader, gigging frequently and recording 28 albums under his own name. In the mid-1990s, he began playing regularly with bassist Jay Anderson; their partnership lasted nearly as long as his tenure with Liebman. (Anderson and drummer Adam Nussbaum constituted Juris’ trio at the 55 Bar.) Another important musical pairing for Juris was also a personal one; his wife, vocalist Kate Baker, often sat in at the 55 Bar and recorded with Juris, notably on his 2015 album Vic Plays Victor Young.

The demand for Juris’ freelance services found him playing in almost every style conceivable, and seemingly without cease. “My plate is always full,” he told DownBeat in 2017.

Early in 2019, however, Juris began noticing an exhaustion that plagued him during and after gigs with no apparent cause. He was eventually diagnosed with metastatic liver cancer. A fan-supported GoFundMe account was able to help make ends meet. His gigging schedule, in the meantime, never flagged.

I always have gigs,” he said in 2017. “I always make sure that I’m playing
and that there’s a challenge in it for me.”
 
PUBLISHED JANUARY 2, 2020  – BY MICHAEL J. WEST / JAZZ TIMES
 

 

 

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Will Friedwald CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM EVENTS


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Will Friedwald CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM EVENTS

Will Friedwald CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM EVENTS<!–



CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM events (and a lot of ’em) for week of May 11:

here are the zoom links for the recurring Tuesday and Wednesday events :

1. TUESDAY EVENINGS

Will Friedwald is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Will Friedwald’s CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM presents TOTALLY TUNEFUL TUESDAYS (recurring on Tuesday Evenings)
Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime

TUESDAY MAY 12, 7:00PM (EST) – MIDNIGHT (come & go as you wish!)

this week is a special show : KINDS OF BLUES
 
All kinds of blues, from the Mississippi delta to New Orleans to the Copacabana!
From Bessie Smith and Big Joe Turner to Dinah Shore and Jo Stafford, from Nat King Cole to Louis Armstrong to Mel Torme, Ella Fitzgerald, and Joe Williams – everybody sang the blues!  requests encouraged!

the Tuesday evening series is mostly “by request”: attendees are encouraged to request artists, songs, shows, or whatever, in advance via eMail (wfriedwald@gmail.com) or during the show itself via the ZOOM chat feature.

Tuesday evenings, starting at 7:00PM Eastern Standard Time

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 811 0498 2657

 and coming over the next few Tuesdays:
 
 5/19 – Leonard (Maltin’s) Choice
 5/26 – Bill (Boggs)’s Choice
 6/2 – Anais (Reno)’s Choice

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2. WEDNESDAY MORNINGS

JASA and Will Friedwald’s CLIP JOINT present THE BROADWAY MIXTAPE

Wednesday, May 13⋅11:00am – 2:00pm

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82783970756

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THE ‘WEST SIDE STORY’ MIXTAPE

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THURSDAY MAY 14 – this is quite possibly the biggest day yet in the ongoing saga of the CLIP JOINT project, with no less that three events (including not one but two “Kings”!)

a. noon – for the 92nd Street YNAT KING COLE SINGS JOHNNY BURKE,  JIMMY VAN HEUSEN, AND SAMMY CAHN – originally planned as a live book-launch event, we decided to make this a three-way songbook show instead!  Going to be awesome!

register here:
https://www.92y.org/event/will-friedwald-s-clip-joint-nat-king-cole

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Thursday May 14:

b. 5:30PM – THE NEW YORK ADVENTURE CLUB presents DECONSTRUCTING ELVIS!  a full-on visual lecture!  more details to come.

register here:
https://www.nyadventureclub.com/event/elvis-the-king-of-rock-roll-lives-on-webinar-registration-104440634750/

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Thursday May 14:

c. 8:00PM a special CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM “CELEBRATING MAY 14” – honoring the following birthdays:

VERONICA SWIFT (greatest of all great young jazz singers)

BOBBY DARIN

SIDNEY BECHET (who was not only born on May 14, but also died on that day. creepy, right?)

FRANK SINATRA (who died on May 14 – any excuse to fete FS!)

and my late father, HERBERT FRIEDWALD (with a special documentary presentation that will surprise most of you.)

Topic: Will Friedwald’s CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM presents CELEBRATING MAY 14: DARIN, BECHET, SWIFT, SINATRA & FRIEDWALD
Time: May 14, 2020 08:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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ORIGINAL VINYL RECORDS NEW ARRIVALS: Jackie McLean-Dexter Gordon-Ellington-Mingus-Roach BLUE NOTE TONE POET SERIES

ORIGINAL VINYL RECORDS NEW ARRIVALS: Jackie McLean-Dexter Gordon-Ellington-Mingus-Roach BLUE NOTE TONE POET SERIES


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Jackie McLean-Dexter Gordon-Ellington-Mingus-Roach
BLUE NOTE TONE POET SERIES

JACKIE MCLEAN
A FICKLE SONANCE
180 Gram VINYL EDITION
BLUE NOTE 84089
$24.95 Buys It

Jackie McLean that also offered just a hint of the avant-garde explorations the alto saxophonist was about to embark on in the years to come with the dissonances of the title track’s intro. Otherwise the fantastic quintet—with McLean joined by Tommy Turrentine on trumpet, Sonny Clark on piano, Butch Warren on piano, and Billy Higgins on drums—kept it firmly in the pocket on this sterling set that kicks off with the playful “Five Will Get You Ten” (which legend has it Clark found in Thelonious Monk’s apartment). Reid Miles’ dramatic cropping of Francis Wolff’s photo of McLean on the cover makes the album cover utterly unforgettable.

This Blue Note 80 Vinyl Edition is all-analog, mastered by Kevin Gray from the original master tapes, and pressed on 180g vinyl at Optimal.

Tracklist:

A1. Five Will Get You Ten
A2. Subdued
A3. Sundu

B1. A Fickle Sonance
B2. Enitnerrut

B3. Lost

Dexter Gordon~A Swingin’ Affair
180 Gram VINYL EDITION
Blue Note ST-84133 

$24.95 Buys It

 

Just 2 days after saxophonist Dexter Gordon recorded his classic album GO! in August 1962 he brought the same quartet with pianist Sonny Clark, bassist Butch Warren, and drummer Billy Higgins back into Rudy Van Gelder’s studio to record the equally sublime A Swingin’ Affair. All the joy and beauty of the great tenor man’s music can be found in the irrepressible opener “Soy Califa,” a Gordon original that moves deftly between Latin and swing rhythms as Dex holds forth with his commanding horn. The feeling of the music is reflected perfectly in Reid Miles’ masterful cover design featuring Francis Wolff’s incredible photo.

This Blue Note 80 Vinyl Edition is all-analog, mastered by Kevin Gray from the original master tapes, and pressed on 180g vinyl at Optimal.

Tracklist:

A1. Soy Califa
A2. Don’t Explain
A3. You Stepped Out Of A Dream

B1. The Backbone
B2. Until The Real Thing Comes Along
B3. McSplivens

DUKE ELLINGTON/
CHARLIE MINGUS/MAX ROACH~
Money Jungle 
180 Gram VINYL EDITION
(Blue Note Tone Poet Series)
$34.95 Buys It

The Cooker~ Lee Morgan
(Blue Note Tone Poet Series)
[LP] 81578

$36.95 Buys It
Listening to Lee Morgan blow his molten solo on “A Night In Tunisia,” the opening track of The Cooker, it’s hard to fathom that he was only 19 years old at the time. Recorded just 2 weeks after Morgan’s dazzling performance on John Coltrane’s masterpiece Blue Train in September 1957, The Cooker was in fact Morgan’s 5th Blue Note album as a leader. Bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Philly Joe Jones (both of whom also played on Blue Train) are joined by baritone saxophone master Pepper Adams and the great Bobby Timmons on piano on this superbly swinging session.

Blue Note Tone Poet Series

The Blue Note Tone Poet Series was born out of Blue Note President Don Was’ admiration for the exceptional audiophile Blue Note LP reissues presented by Music Matters. Was brought Joe Harley (from Music Matters), a.k.a. the “Tone Poet,” on board to curate and supervise a series of reissues from the Blue Note family of labels.

Extreme attention to detail has been paid to getting these right in every conceivable way, from the jacket graphics and printing quality to superior LP mastering (direct from the master tapes) by Kevin Gray to superb 180 gm audiophile LP pressings by Record Technology Inc. Every aspect of these Blue Note/Tone Poet releases is done to the highest possible standard. It means that you will never find a superior version. This is IT.

Blue Note Records’ Tone Poet Audiophile Vinyl Reissue Series is produced by Joe Harley and features all-analog, mastered-from-the-original-master-tape 180g audiophile vinyl reissues in deluxe gatefold packaging. Mastering is by Kevin Gray (Cohearent Audio) and vinyl is manufactured at Record Technology Incorporated (RTI).

Tracklist:

A1: A Night In Tunisia
A2: Heavy Dipper

B1: Just One Of Those Things
B2: Lover Man
B3: New-Ma

(Stay Tuned for more Blue Note Tone Poet Series Coming Soon)

Charles Lloyd  8: Kindred Spirits (Live From The Lobero) [3 LP/2 CD/DVD]
$179.95 Buys It
The legendary saxophonist, composer, and jazz mystic Charles Lloyd celebrated his 80th birthday on March 15, 2018, at his hometown venue, Santa Barbara’s Lobero Theatre, with an unprecedented grouping of musical friends including guitarist Julian Lage, pianist Gerald Clayton, bassist Reuben Rogers, and drummer Eric Harland, with special guests organist Booker T. Jones and bassist Don Was joining the ensemble midway. Deluxe boxset includes 3-LPs, 2-CDs, and a DVD of the full performance, along with a 96-page hardcover book and 2 lithographs that commemorate the first 8 decades of Lloyd’s remarkable journey.

William Parker / I Plan To Stay A Believer:
      The Inside Songs of Curtis Mayfield 
ltd. 2LP edition

$26.95 Buys It
I Plan To Stay A Believer is the definitive document of William Parker’s The Inside Songs of Curtis Mayfield project, featuring fully charged extensions & expansions – both music & text – of selections from the soul music legend’s immortal songbook by an equally mighty & masterful 8-piece band.

Gospel-tinged uplift, luminous swing, tight soul grooves, and wholly-lit free jazz are rousingly delivered with clear-eyed joy and righteous purpose. This work brings Mayfield’s and Parker’s positive messages of hope and fortitude in the face of seemingly endless tribulation firmly into the present moment, exultantly so and with total commitment.

* This first time on vinyl edition features a previously unreleased / exclusive to vinyl (and astonishing) core-band version of “People Get Ready / The Inside Song”, all-new cover art, insert, and full-resolution download card complete with the 7 additional tracks on original 2CD edition. 
Very nice cut & press on the tests & will be a beautiful package throughout.

More Recent Arrivals

The perfect gift for Mother’s Day – a unique offering that will last much longer than flowers. Twenty six vintage songs dripping with sentimentality, and all inspired by the love of one’s mother. Featuring Vera Lynn singing the title track and joined by Bing Crosby, Al Jolson, Carmen Miranda, top tenors John McCormack and Benamino Gigli and a host of international artists, here is a present that all mothers will greatly appreciate.
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Willie Smith (1910-1967) stands alongside Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter as one of the three great alto saxophone players of the pre-Charlie Parker generation – yet this is the first double CD devoted to his formidable artistry. Retrospective’s tribute to this towering figure in jazz history presents a 48-track survey that tracks his extraordinary career from sax-section leader in the 30s to high-flying soloist in the 50s, opening with 10 classics from his 13 years as one of the big stars of the Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra (Uptown Blues). He then joined Harry James’ band for many years.

2 CD Set $11.95 Buys It
“Europe’s pre-eminent jazz instrumentalist of all time.” Few will dispute Duke Ellington’s verdict on the legendary gypsy guitarist, Django Reinhardt. In 1928 he was burned in a caravan fire leaving the nerves and sinews of his left hand shrivelled and his third and forth fingers virtually paralysed. To play the guitar he had to devise a unique method of fingering which contributed to the originality that made him a true genius of jazz. Reinhardt & Grappelli were both members of a 14 piece band Louis Vola put together to play at the Hotel Claridge in 1934.

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This centenary tribute is the finest single CD now available of the fabulously unique alto sax sound of Earl Bostic, playing both R&B and standards. Earl Bostic (1913-1965) has carved a special niche for himself in the annals of great saxophone-players. Always a brilliant technician, from a background of playing in, and arranging for, jazz big-bands such as Lionel Hampton’s, he led a group that achieved great success playing Rhythm & Blues. He went on to become a household name when he took popular standards and gave them a hard-driving R&B edge, as with the lilting Latin number he took for his million-selling signature tune, Flamingo. It was Bostic’s alto that inspired all those later distinctively honking R&B saxes. The 27 tracks of Earl Bostic plays Flamingo presents a selection of the best of his R&B and then rather more of the best of his versions of standards, for which he is most famous. The R&B greats include Eight Forty-Five Stomp, That’s The Groovy Thing, Don’t You Do It, The Major And\The Minor, Earl Blows A Fuse and his big hit version of Sleep. Among the many standards getting the invigorating Bostic treatment is, of course, his other major chart success, Temptation, as well as Cherokee, Moonglow, Lover Come Back To Me, The Man I Love and many more. Even Schubert’s Serenade emerges in a bracing new guise! Earl Bostic was an inspiration for several later tenor sax masters who can be heard in his band on this CD, from Don Byas to John Coltrane, Benny Golson and Stanley Turrentine.

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“This collection is very much the cream of the crop for Jug Band Music from the 20’s and 30’s. So many of the classic Jug Bands are here: The Memphis Jug Band, Gus Cannon’s Jug Band, King David’s Jug Band, The Dixieland Jug Band… For a one-disc collection, it packs a lot classics: “Walk Right In”, Cocaine Habit Blues, Minglewood Blues, Tear It Down, Boodle Am Shake, so many songs later covered by the likes of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, Maria Muldar, the New Christy Minstrels, the Lovin’ Spoonful, the Grateful Dead, this CD is a great introduction to Jug Band Music without drifting all the way into the Hokum of Tampa Red and/or Barbecue Bob. Larger doses may be found in the JSP Box Sets Memphis Jug Band with Gus Cannon’s Jug Stompers and Memphis Shakedown: More Jug Band Classics as well as Ruckus Juice & Chitlins.”

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The 31 tracks on this CD demonstrate just why Les Paul has had such an enormous influence over the way American popular music sounds today. As Rolling Stone Keith Richards admitted: “We must all own up that, without Les Paul, generations of flash little punks like us would be in jail or cleaning toilets.” Emerging from the influence of Django Reinhardt, Paul eventually developed what has been described (by Richard Ginell) as “an astonishingly fluid, hard-swinging style of his own, one that featured extremely rapid runs, fluttered and repeated single notes, and chunking rhythm support

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THE VERVE ALBUMS COLLECTION Among the most creative and prolific saxophonists of his generation, Lee Konitz was one of few altoists working in the early fifties who retained a unique style, in an era when Charlie Parker extended a huge influence. An early sideman for Miles Davis, Konitz participated in the legendary Birth Of Cool sessions, while his work with jazz pianist and teacher Lennie Tristano – Lee was a former pupil – remains highly sought. Comprising the musician s eight original albums made for Verve and Atlantic in the late 1950s, this four-disc set features the finest work this estimable sax-man ever produced. With over five hours of extraordinary music, this collection documents the most pivotal phase of what was both a widely celebrated and long standing career. Working as both an ideal introduction to Lee Konitz s best music, and a welcome reminder of his musical prowess, this delightful set will thrill newcomers and seasoned fans alike.

NEW VINYL


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UNRELEASED JOHNNY GRIFFIN-EDDIE ”LOCKJAW” DAVIS TENOR SAX DUEL OW! 

Deluxe Package Includes Interviews with Tenor Star James Carter and Drummer Kenny Washington and Essays by Historian Ted Panken and Pianist Michael Weiss 

The supercharged tenor saxophone duo of Johnny Griffin and Eddie ”Lockjaw” Davis can be heard in full flight on Reel to Real Recordings’ previously unreleased live set Ow! 

The title – which features stellar, previously unreleased performances captured at the Seattle club the Penthouse in May-June 1962 — will initially be available on 180-gram vinyl mastered by Bernie Grundman, and subsequently be issued on CD Dec. 6. 

Reel to Real – a partnership between Vancouver-based jazz impresario and saxophonist Cory Weeds and Resonance Records co-president and noted ”Jazz Detective” Zev Feldman – was launched on Record Store Day 2018 with a pair of releases that included Swingin’ in Seattle, live sessions by Cannonball Adderley’s quintet recorded at the Penthouse in 1966-67. Resonance has previously plumbed the Penthouse’s deep archives for its albums by Wes Montgomery (Smokin’ in Seattle) and the Three Sounds featuring Gene Harris (Groovin’ Hard). 

In his notes included in the 28-page booklet that accompanies the package, Weeds recalls, ”Upon hearing the Johnny Griffin-Eddie ”Lockjaw” Davis tapes, I got that excited feeling in my stomach again, called Zev, and said, ”We have to put this music out, whatever it takes.” 

Feldman adds, ”These recordings are a gift that keeps on giving so much elation and positive vibes, which were captured with this music. It will now live on forever thanks to producer/radio legend Jim Wilke; engineer Fred Stimson, who recorded these broadcasts that were transferred from the original analog tapes; and Charlie Puzzo, Jr., son of the Penthouse’s proprietor.”

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2 LPs of previously unissued studio recordings, strictly limited to 665 hand-numbered copies

Trumpeter Dixon and pianist Taylor, friends going back to their Truman-era school days, associated copiously in nearly every artistic fashion—except making music together. Duets is their only meeting in studio apart from both artists appearing on Taylor’s 1966 landmark Blue Note LP Conquistador. In 1992 they made the briefest summer festival tour to Italy and France, budgeting in two additional days for this recording session. That musical output was prepared for a release that was shelved for more than a quarter century and now comes out as a posthumous release in tribute to both giants. The initiative to release this music began with the Bill Dixon Trust and was approved by Taylor in his final years. Now, a wider public will hear music that they both prized, documenting the extraordinary relationship between their musicalities.

Duets is a remarkable and unique item in the extensive catalogs of both men’s recordings. Fans familiar with Dixon and Taylor’s distinctive styles will approach with curious uncertainty:  How could it possibly work to blend styles of Joyce and Hemingway? Pollock and Kline? Nevelson and Brancusi? Bill Dixon and Cecil Taylor share a fundamental fiber of taste and reaction as the basis for their interaction. The complementary nature of Duets makes the case thoroughly that the project stands apart not just from the numerous duet projects of both instrumentalists, but from the wide field of improvised duets in this sector of the music.

Strictly limited to 665 copies worldwide, this 2-LP set has been scrupulously mastered from the original tape, preserving both the high gloss and the brutal physicality of the recording. Plates cut by Sterling Sound’s Grammy®-winning mastering master Steve Fallone have been pressed into virgin vinyl at QRP, and wrapped in a hand-numbered Old Style Tip-On gatefold jacket that Stoughton has perfected. The package also includes a new contextualizing essay by historian Ben Young.

Triple Point Records would like to thank Miles Bellamy, Robert Bielecki, Joe Walker, Jon Reichert, Mark Lamb, Yannis Lyras, and Bernhard Zaglmayer

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#SaveOurStages

 
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Hello Falcon Friends and Patrons,
 
I hope everyone is safe and as happy as is possible in these surreal times.
Of course we are looking forward to re-opening as soon as it is safe.
 
As you know, live music venues are in a struggle to survive. The current situation will have a devastating impact on our already endangered performance spaces.
 
Mike Amari, formerly of BSP Kingston, now with the Bearsville Theater, has connected The Falcon to The National Independent Venue Association which is working across the country to keep small independent performance venues from folding.
 
We are asking patrons, friends, co-workers, and local supporters to click the button below and communicate your support for #SaveOurStages to your congressional representative. 
 
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This form – with a pre-inserted message – auto-emails our local and regional representatives Gillibrand, Schumer, and Delgado, urging them to push for funding that will support our music & art venues during lockdown and recovery.
 
I wish you well, and hope you are finding time to reflect, to read, to cook, and maybe to learn new skills! I look forward to re-opening and to greeting you all again.
 
Much Love,
Tony Falco
 

 

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ORIGINAL VINYL RECORDS NEW ARRIVALS: BLUE NOTE TONE POET SERIES: LEE MORGAN THE COOKER + CHARLES LLOYD BOX SET & MORE

ORIGINAL VINYL RECORDS NEW ARRIVALS: BLUE NOTE TONE POET SERIES: LEE MORGAN THE COOKER + CHARLES LLOYD BOX SET & MORE


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BLUE NOTE TONE POET SERIES: LEE MORGAN THE COOKER + CHARLES LLOYD BOX SET & MORE

The Cooker~ Lee Morgan
(Blue Note Tone Poet Series)
[LP] 81578

$36.95 Buys It
Listening to Lee Morgan blow his molten solo on “A Night In Tunisia,” the opening track of The Cooker, it’s hard to fathom that he was only 19 years old at the time. Recorded just 2 weeks after Morgan’s dazzling performance on John Coltrane’s masterpiece Blue Train in September 1957, The Cooker was in fact Morgan’s 5th Blue Note album as a leader. Bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Philly Joe Jones (both of whom also played on Blue Train) are joined by baritone saxophone master Pepper Adams and the great Bobby Timmons on piano on this superbly swinging session.

Blue Note Tone Poet Series

The Blue Note Tone Poet Series was born out of Blue Note President Don Was’ admiration for the exceptional audiophile Blue Note LP reissues presented by Music Matters. Was brought Joe Harley (from Music Matters), a.k.a. the “Tone Poet,” on board to curate and supervise a series of reissues from the Blue Note family of labels.

Extreme attention to detail has been paid to getting these right in every conceivable way, from the jacket graphics and printing quality to superior LP mastering (direct from the master tapes) by Kevin Gray to superb 180 gm audiophile LP pressings by Record Technology Inc. Every aspect of these Blue Note/Tone Poet releases is done to the highest possible standard. It means that you will never find a superior version. This is IT.

Blue Note Records’ Tone Poet Audiophile Vinyl Reissue Series is produced by Joe Harley and features all-analog, mastered-from-the-original-master-tape 180g audiophile vinyl reissues in deluxe gatefold packaging. Mastering is by Kevin Gray (Cohearent Audio) and vinyl is manufactured at Record Technology Incorporated (RTI).

Tracklist:

A1: A Night In Tunisia
A2: Heavy Dipper

B1: Just One Of Those Things
B2: Lover Man
B3: New-Ma

(Stay Tuned for more Blue Note Tone Poet Series Coming Soon)

Charles Lloyd  8: Kindred Spirits (Live From The Lobero) [3 LP/2 CD/DVD]
$179.95 Buys It
The legendary saxophonist, composer, and jazz mystic Charles Lloyd celebrated his 80th birthday on March 15, 2018, at his hometown venue, Santa Barbara’s Lobero Theatre, with an unprecedented grouping of musical friends including guitarist Julian Lage, pianist Gerald Clayton, bassist Reuben Rogers, and drummer Eric Harland, with special guests organist Booker T. Jones and bassist Don Was joining the ensemble midway. Deluxe boxset includes 3-LPs, 2-CDs, and a DVD of the full performance, along with a 96-page hardcover book and 2 lithographs that commemorate the first 8 decades of Lloyd’s remarkable journey.

William Parker / I Plan To Stay A Believer:
      The Inside Songs of Curtis Mayfield 
ltd. 2LP edition

$26.95 Buys It
I Plan To Stay A Believer is the definitive document of William Parker’s The Inside Songs of Curtis Mayfield project, featuring fully charged extensions & expansions – both music & text – of selections from the soul music legend’s immortal songbook by an equally mighty & masterful 8-piece band.

Gospel-tinged uplift, luminous swing, tight soul grooves, and wholly-lit free jazz are rousingly delivered with clear-eyed joy and righteous purpose. This work brings Mayfield’s and Parker’s positive messages of hope and fortitude in the face of seemingly endless tribulation firmly into the present moment, exultantly so and with total commitment.

* This first time on vinyl edition features a previously unreleased / exclusive to vinyl (and astonishing) core-band version of “People Get Ready / The Inside Song”, all-new cover art, insert, and full-resolution download card complete with the 7 additional tracks on original 2CD edition. 
Very nice cut & press on the tests & will be a beautiful package throughout.

More Recent Arrivals

The perfect gift for Mother’s Day – a unique offering that will last much longer than flowers. Twenty six vintage songs dripping with sentimentality, and all inspired by the love of one’s mother. Featuring Vera Lynn singing the title track and joined by Bing Crosby, Al Jolson, Carmen Miranda, top tenors John McCormack and Benamino Gigli and a host of international artists, here is a present that all mothers will greatly appreciate.
$7.95 Buys It

2 CD Set $10.95 Buy It
Willie Smith (1910-1967) stands alongside Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter as one of the three great alto saxophone players of the pre-Charlie Parker generation – yet this is the first double CD devoted to his formidable artistry. Retrospective’s tribute to this towering figure in jazz history presents a 48-track survey that tracks his extraordinary career from sax-section leader in the 30s to high-flying soloist in the 50s, opening with 10 classics from his 13 years as one of the big stars of the Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra (Uptown Blues). He then joined Harry James’ band for many years.

2 CD Set $11.95 Buys It
“Europe’s pre-eminent jazz instrumentalist of all time.” Few will dispute Duke Ellington’s verdict on the legendary gypsy guitarist, Django Reinhardt. In 1928 he was burned in a caravan fire leaving the nerves and sinews of his left hand shrivelled and his third and forth fingers virtually paralysed. To play the guitar he had to devise a unique method of fingering which contributed to the originality that made him a true genius of jazz. Reinhardt & Grappelli were both members of a 14 piece band Louis Vola put together to play at the Hotel Claridge in 1934.

$9.95 Buys It
This centenary tribute is the finest single CD now available of the fabulously unique alto sax sound of Earl Bostic, playing both R&B and standards. Earl Bostic (1913-1965) has carved a special niche for himself in the annals of great saxophone-players. Always a brilliant technician, from a background of playing in, and arranging for, jazz big-bands such as Lionel Hampton’s, he led a group that achieved great success playing Rhythm & Blues. He went on to become a household name when he took popular standards and gave them a hard-driving R&B edge, as with the lilting Latin number he took for his million-selling signature tune, Flamingo. It was Bostic’s alto that inspired all those later distinctively honking R&B saxes. The 27 tracks of Earl Bostic plays Flamingo presents a selection of the best of his R&B and then rather more of the best of his versions of standards, for which he is most famous. The R&B greats include Eight Forty-Five Stomp, That’s The Groovy Thing, Don’t You Do It, The Major And\The Minor, Earl Blows A Fuse and his big hit version of Sleep. Among the many standards getting the invigorating Bostic treatment is, of course, his other major chart success, Temptation, as well as Cherokee, Moonglow, Lover Come Back To Me, The Man I Love and many more. Even Schubert’s Serenade emerges in a bracing new guise! Earl Bostic was an inspiration for several later tenor sax masters who can be heard in his band on this CD, from Don Byas to John Coltrane, Benny Golson and Stanley Turrentine.

$7.95 Buys It
“This collection is very much the cream of the crop for Jug Band Music from the 20’s and 30’s. So many of the classic Jug Bands are here: The Memphis Jug Band, Gus Cannon’s Jug Band, King David’s Jug Band, The Dixieland Jug Band… For a one-disc collection, it packs a lot classics: “Walk Right In”, Cocaine Habit Blues, Minglewood Blues, Tear It Down, Boodle Am Shake, so many songs later covered by the likes of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, Maria Muldar, the New Christy Minstrels, the Lovin’ Spoonful, the Grateful Dead, this CD is a great introduction to Jug Band Music without drifting all the way into the Hokum of Tampa Red and/or Barbecue Bob. Larger doses may be found in the JSP Box Sets Memphis Jug Band with Gus Cannon’s Jug Stompers and Memphis Shakedown: More Jug Band Classics as well as Ruckus Juice & Chitlins.”

$10.95 Buys It
The 31 tracks on this CD demonstrate just why Les Paul has had such an enormous influence over the way American popular music sounds today. As Rolling Stone Keith Richards admitted: “We must all own up that, without Les Paul, generations of flash little punks like us would be in jail or cleaning toilets.” Emerging from the influence of Django Reinhardt, Paul eventually developed what has been described (by Richard Ginell) as “an astonishingly fluid, hard-swinging style of his own, one that featured extremely rapid runs, fluttered and repeated single notes, and chunking rhythm support

$15.50 Buys It
THE VERVE ALBUMS COLLECTION Among the most creative and prolific saxophonists of his generation, Lee Konitz was one of few altoists working in the early fifties who retained a unique style, in an era when Charlie Parker extended a huge influence. An early sideman for Miles Davis, Konitz participated in the legendary Birth Of Cool sessions, while his work with jazz pianist and teacher Lennie Tristano – Lee was a former pupil – remains highly sought. Comprising the musician s eight original albums made for Verve and Atlantic in the late 1950s, this four-disc set features the finest work this estimable sax-man ever produced. With over five hours of extraordinary music, this collection documents the most pivotal phase of what was both a widely celebrated and long standing career. Working as both an ideal introduction to Lee Konitz s best music, and a welcome reminder of his musical prowess, this delightful set will thrill newcomers and seasoned fans alike.

NEW VINYL


$49.95 Buys It

UNRELEASED JOHNNY GRIFFIN-EDDIE ”LOCKJAW” DAVIS TENOR SAX DUEL OW! 

Deluxe Package Includes Interviews with Tenor Star James Carter and Drummer Kenny Washington and Essays by Historian Ted Panken and Pianist Michael Weiss 

The supercharged tenor saxophone duo of Johnny Griffin and Eddie ”Lockjaw” Davis can be heard in full flight on Reel to Real Recordings’ previously unreleased live set Ow! 

The title – which features stellar, previously unreleased performances captured at the Seattle club the Penthouse in May-June 1962 — will initially be available on 180-gram vinyl mastered by Bernie Grundman, and subsequently be issued on CD Dec. 6. 

Reel to Real – a partnership between Vancouver-based jazz impresario and saxophonist Cory Weeds and Resonance Records co-president and noted ”Jazz Detective” Zev Feldman – was launched on Record Store Day 2018 with a pair of releases that included Swingin’ in Seattle, live sessions by Cannonball Adderley’s quintet recorded at the Penthouse in 1966-67. Resonance has previously plumbed the Penthouse’s deep archives for its albums by Wes Montgomery (Smokin’ in Seattle) and the Three Sounds featuring Gene Harris (Groovin’ Hard). 

In his notes included in the 28-page booklet that accompanies the package, Weeds recalls, ”Upon hearing the Johnny Griffin-Eddie ”Lockjaw” Davis tapes, I got that excited feeling in my stomach again, called Zev, and said, ”We have to put this music out, whatever it takes.” 

Feldman adds, ”These recordings are a gift that keeps on giving so much elation and positive vibes, which were captured with this music. It will now live on forever thanks to producer/radio legend Jim Wilke; engineer Fred Stimson, who recorded these broadcasts that were transferred from the original analog tapes; and Charlie Puzzo, Jr., son of the Penthouse’s proprietor.”

$79.95 Buys It
 

2 LPs of previously unissued studio recordings, strictly limited to 665 hand-numbered copies

Trumpeter Dixon and pianist Taylor, friends going back to their Truman-era school days, associated copiously in nearly every artistic fashion—except making music together. Duets is their only meeting in studio apart from both artists appearing on Taylor’s 1966 landmark Blue Note LP Conquistador. In 1992 they made the briefest summer festival tour to Italy and France, budgeting in two additional days for this recording session. That musical output was prepared for a release that was shelved for more than a quarter century and now comes out as a posthumous release in tribute to both giants. The initiative to release this music began with the Bill Dixon Trust and was approved by Taylor in his final years. Now, a wider public will hear music that they both prized, documenting the extraordinary relationship between their musicalities.

Duets is a remarkable and unique item in the extensive catalogs of both men’s recordings. Fans familiar with Dixon and Taylor’s distinctive styles will approach with curious uncertainty:  How could it possibly work to blend styles of Joyce and Hemingway? Pollock and Kline? Nevelson and Brancusi? Bill Dixon and Cecil Taylor share a fundamental fiber of taste and reaction as the basis for their interaction. The complementary nature of Duets makes the case thoroughly that the project stands apart not just from the numerous duet projects of both instrumentalists, but from the wide field of improvised duets in this sector of the music.

Strictly limited to 665 copies worldwide, this 2-LP set has been scrupulously mastered from the original tape, preserving both the high gloss and the brutal physicality of the recording. Plates cut by Sterling Sound’s Grammy®-winning mastering master Steve Fallone have been pressed into virgin vinyl at QRP, and wrapped in a hand-numbered Old Style Tip-On gatefold jacket that Stoughton has perfected. The package also includes a new contextualizing essay by historian Ben Young.

Triple Point Records would like to thank Miles Bellamy, Robert Bielecki, Joe Walker, Jon Reichert, Mark Lamb, Yannis Lyras, and Bernhard Zaglmayer

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NEW SONG & VIDEO FROM Cynthia Scott Hold On Stay Strong

NEW SONG & VIDEO FROM Cynthia Scott Hold On Stay Strong


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May 8, 2020

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“Hold On Stay Strong” is part prayer, part invocation and part musical therapy to give us all the strength and a mantra to keep our heads while dealing and surviving through this virus and all of its ramifications. Dedicated to health workers and all service workers globally and people suffering in the ambulances on their way to the hospital. Hold On Stay Strong.

THE BAND
Cynthia Scott  voice
Jeb Patton  piano
Paul Beaudry  bass
Dwayne ‘Cook’ Broadnax  drums
Don Braden  sax solo
Bob Magnuson  sax
Bennett Paster  organ

Watch The Video

Get The Music:


 

Cynthia Scott will do her first
live Zoom on Facebook
on Alternative Venues For Jazz 
hosted by Gail Boyd Friday May 8th at 5pm 

Tune In HERE

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Jazz, R&B and Gospel Influenced Singer Releases New Single “Hold On Stay Strong” As an Emergency Song. 
 
Known predominantly for her work with the iconic Ray Charles, Cynthia has traveled the world as an American jazz Ambassador. Her Career has taken her music to four continents with concert and night club performances.
 
Hold On Stay Strong is one of the tunes that was being recorded for a future recording called “Hear It For Yourself” that was still in studio production when the Covid-19 epidemic hit.
 
The production was put on hold until a stranger contacted Scott and requested she share the song now, knowing the song would give strength and hope to a world that was experiencing the devastating effects of Covid-19.
 
Ms. Scott decided to release the song finishing it online, as a single. The song is positive, the lyrics are poignant and the sentiment is heartfelt. The aim is to try to support people emotionally through her music, and to give hope and peace to people who might need it. 
 
It is dedicated to health and service workers globally and to all of us affected. Giving us an uplifting message to “Hold On Stay Strong” as we all navigate these very trying times. 
                                                               
“In a rich, soulful voice, she sings messages of hope and compassion.”


  • Jazziz

But her real accomplishment has been her ability to draw people in with her own style; something that mixes R and B, Jazz, Blues, Soul and Gospel into a character that is solely her own. 


  • National  Musical Academy of Ukraine

“The whole focus of the United Nations Millennium goal is to reach around the globe.  We all share the same emotions, same burdens. This beautiful soulful message by Cynthia Scott gets to the core of the people the world over. Music breaks thru the language barrier..


  • Gloria Starr Kins, United Nation Correspondent

“The best kept secret on the New  York Jazz Circuit…”

– The Amsterdam News
 
Great Scott” 

– Rod Harrington, El Dorado News-Times
 
A mesmerizing vocalist 

– Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune Jazz Critic

For Private Vocal/Performace Lessons contact cynthia at info@cynthiascott.com

www.cynthiascott.com

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Cadence New York Musicians Relief FundLooking forward to Great Day in New York

Cadence New York Musicians Relief FundLooking forward to Great Day in New York


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Cadence Magazine
New York Musicians Relief Fund

Looking forward to
Great Day in New York

Donate to individual musicians in New York. 
Update: Wednesday, May 6, 2020.
The first donation of $500 went to trombonist Art Baron. THANK YOU.

100% of each donation goes to a COVID 19 affected musician in New York.

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Dear Friends of Cadence:
Help us raise money to support musicians affected by COVID 19. We owe it to those artists that we listen to and learn from, that we write and read about. You know how essential music is!
Help us help others.
 
 
 
DONATIONS OF $100 OR MORE RECEIVE A TWO YEAR ONLINE MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION.
 

Or mail your payment to:
Cadence Magazine, P.O. Box 13071, Portland, OR 97213

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Don’t Forget Mother’s Day: ORIGINAL VINYL RECORDS NEW ARRIVALS

Don’t Forget Mother’s Day: ORIGINAL VINYL RECORDS NEW ARRIVALS


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May 5, 2020

To: Listings/Critics/Features
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Our Physical Store Is Closed, but
We’re Selling Online
So Please Check Our NEW ARRIVALS Below

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The perfect gift for Mother’s Day – a unique offering that will last much longer than flowers. Twenty six vintage songs dripping with sentimentality, and all inspired by the love of one’s mother. Featuring Vera Lynn singing the title track and joined by Bing Crosby, Al Jolson, Carmen Miranda, top tenors John McCormack and Benamino Gigli and a host of international artists, here is a present that all mothers will greatly appreciate.
$7.95 Buys It

2 CD Set $10.95 Buy It
Willie Smith (1910-1967) stands alongside Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter as one of the three great alto saxophone players of the pre-Charlie Parker generation – yet this is the first double CD devoted to his formidable artistry. Retrospective’s tribute to this towering figure in jazz history presents a 48-track survey that tracks his extraordinary career from sax-section leader in the 30s to high-flying soloist in the 50s, opening with 10 classics from his 13 years as one of the big stars of the Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra (Uptown Blues). He then joined Harry James’ band for many years.

2 CD Set $11.95 Buys It
“Europe’s pre-eminent jazz instrumentalist of all time.” Few will dispute Duke Ellington’s verdict on the legendary gypsy guitarist, Django Reinhardt. In 1928 he was burned in a caravan fire leaving the nerves and sinews of his left hand shrivelled and his third and forth fingers virtually paralysed. To play the guitar he had to devise a unique method of fingering which contributed to the originality that made him a true genius of jazz. Reinhardt & Grappelli were both members of a 14 piece band Louis Vola put together to play at the Hotel Claridge in 1934.

$9.95 Buys It
This centenary tribute is the finest single CD now available of the fabulously unique alto sax sound of Earl Bostic, playing both R&B and standards. Earl Bostic (1913-1965) has carved a special niche for himself in the annals of great saxophone-players. Always a brilliant technician, from a background of playing in, and arranging for, jazz big-bands such as Lionel Hampton’s, he led a group that achieved great success playing Rhythm & Blues. He went on to become a household name when he took popular standards and gave them a hard-driving R&B edge, as with the lilting Latin number he took for his million-selling signature tune, Flamingo. It was Bostic’s alto that inspired all those later distinctively honking R&B saxes. The 27 tracks of Earl Bostic plays Flamingo presents a selection of the best of his R&B and then rather more of the best of his versions of standards, for which he is most famous. The R&B greats include Eight Forty-Five Stomp, That’s The Groovy Thing, Don’t You Do It, The Major And\The Minor, Earl Blows A Fuse and his big hit version of Sleep. Among the many standards getting the invigorating Bostic treatment is, of course, his other major chart success, Temptation, as well as Cherokee, Moonglow, Lover Come Back To Me, The Man I Love and many more. Even Schubert’s Serenade emerges in a bracing new guise! Earl Bostic was an inspiration for several later tenor sax masters who can be heard in his band on this CD, from Don Byas to John Coltrane, Benny Golson and Stanley Turrentine.

$7.95 Buys It
“This collection is very much the cream of the crop for Jug Band Music from the 20’s and 30’s. So many of the classic Jug Bands are here: The Memphis Jug Band, Gus Cannon’s Jug Band, King David’s Jug Band, The Dixieland Jug Band… For a one-disc collection, it packs a lot classics: “Walk Right In”, Cocaine Habit Blues, Minglewood Blues, Tear It Down, Boodle Am Shake, so many songs later covered by the likes of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, Maria Muldar, the New Christy Minstrels, the Lovin’ Spoonful, the Grateful Dead, this CD is a great introduction to Jug Band Music without drifting all the way into the Hokum of Tampa Red and/or Barbecue Bob. Larger doses may be found in the JSP Box Sets Memphis Jug Band with Gus Cannon’s Jug Stompers and Memphis Shakedown: More Jug Band Classics as well as Ruckus Juice & Chitlins.”

$10.95 Buys It
The 31 tracks on this CD demonstrate just why Les Paul has had such an enormous influence over the way American popular music sounds today. As Rolling Stone Keith Richards admitted: “We must all own up that, without Les Paul, generations of flash little punks like us would be in jail or cleaning toilets.” Emerging from the influence of Django Reinhardt, Paul eventually developed what has been described (by Richard Ginell) as “an astonishingly fluid, hard-swinging style of his own, one that featured extremely rapid runs, fluttered and repeated single notes, and chunking rhythm support

$15.50 Buys It
THE VERVE ALBUMS COLLECTION Among the most creative and prolific saxophonists of his generation, Lee Konitz was one of few altoists working in the early fifties who retained a unique style, in an era when Charlie Parker extended a huge influence. An early sideman for Miles Davis, Konitz participated in the legendary Birth Of Cool sessions, while his work with jazz pianist and teacher Lennie Tristano – Lee was a former pupil – remains highly sought. Comprising the musician s eight original albums made for Verve and Atlantic in the late 1950s, this four-disc set features the finest work this estimable sax-man ever produced. With over five hours of extraordinary music, this collection documents the most pivotal phase of what was both a widely celebrated and long standing career. Working as both an ideal introduction to Lee Konitz s best music, and a welcome reminder of his musical prowess, this delightful set will thrill newcomers and seasoned fans alike.

NEW VINYL


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UNRELEASED JOHNNY GRIFFIN-EDDIE ”LOCKJAW” DAVIS TENOR SAX DUEL OW! 

Deluxe Package Includes Interviews with Tenor Star James Carter and Drummer Kenny Washington and Essays by Historian Ted Panken and Pianist Michael Weiss 

The supercharged tenor saxophone duo of Johnny Griffin and Eddie ”Lockjaw” Davis can be heard in full flight on Reel to Real Recordings’ previously unreleased live set Ow! 

The title – which features stellar, previously unreleased performances captured at the Seattle club the Penthouse in May-June 1962 — will initially be available on 180-gram vinyl mastered by Bernie Grundman, and subsequently be issued on CD Dec. 6. 

Reel to Real – a partnership between Vancouver-based jazz impresario and saxophonist Cory Weeds and Resonance Records co-president and noted ”Jazz Detective” Zev Feldman – was launched on Record Store Day 2018 with a pair of releases that included Swingin’ in Seattle, live sessions by Cannonball Adderley’s quintet recorded at the Penthouse in 1966-67. Resonance has previously plumbed the Penthouse’s deep archives for its albums by Wes Montgomery (Smokin’ in Seattle) and the Three Sounds featuring Gene Harris (Groovin’ Hard). 

In his notes included in the 28-page booklet that accompanies the package, Weeds recalls, ”Upon hearing the Johnny Griffin-Eddie ”Lockjaw” Davis tapes, I got that excited feeling in my stomach again, called Zev, and said, ”We have to put this music out, whatever it takes.” 

Feldman adds, ”These recordings are a gift that keeps on giving so much elation and positive vibes, which were captured with this music. It will now live on forever thanks to producer/radio legend Jim Wilke; engineer Fred Stimson, who recorded these broadcasts that were transferred from the original analog tapes; and Charlie Puzzo, Jr., son of the Penthouse’s proprietor.”

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2 LPs of previously unissued studio recordings, strictly limited to 665 hand-numbered copies

Trumpeter Dixon and pianist Taylor, friends going back to their Truman-era school days, associated copiously in nearly every artistic fashion—except making music together. Duets is their only meeting in studio apart from both artists appearing on Taylor’s 1966 landmark Blue Note LP Conquistador. In 1992 they made the briefest summer festival tour to Italy and France, budgeting in two additional days for this recording session. That musical output was prepared for a release that was shelved for more than a quarter century and now comes out as a posthumous release in tribute to both giants. The initiative to release this music began with the Bill Dixon Trust and was approved by Taylor in his final years. Now, a wider public will hear music that they both prized, documenting the extraordinary relationship between their musicalities.

Duets is a remarkable and unique item in the extensive catalogs of both men’s recordings. Fans familiar with Dixon and Taylor’s distinctive styles will approach with curious uncertainty:  How could it possibly work to blend styles of Joyce and Hemingway? Pollock and Kline? Nevelson and Brancusi? Bill Dixon and Cecil Taylor share a fundamental fiber of taste and reaction as the basis for their interaction. The complementary nature of Duets makes the case thoroughly that the project stands apart not just from the numerous duet projects of both instrumentalists, but from the wide field of improvised duets in this sector of the music.

Strictly limited to 665 copies worldwide, this 2-LP set has been scrupulously mastered from the original tape, preserving both the high gloss and the brutal physicality of the recording. Plates cut by Sterling Sound’s Grammy®-winning mastering master Steve Fallone have been pressed into virgin vinyl at QRP, and wrapped in a hand-numbered Old Style Tip-On gatefold jacket that Stoughton has perfected. The package also includes a new contextualizing essay by historian Ben Young.

Triple Point Records would like to thank Miles Bellamy, Robert Bielecki, Joe Walker, Jon Reichert, Mark Lamb, Yannis Lyras, and Bernhard Zaglmayer

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Saint Peter’s Church: Friday at Four on Facebook Terell Stafford

Saint Peter’s Church: Friday at Four on Facebook Terell Stafford


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Dear friends,

I have TWO special broadcasts to announce this week. For our Friday at Four on Facebook broadcast, we have a great Jazz Vespers from September 2019 featuring jazz trumpet virtuoso Terell Stafford. He’s backed by Ike Sturm(bass) and Chris Dingman (vibraphone), and is joined by two wonderful singers, Melissa Stylianou and Misty Ann Sturm. Don’t miss it! Just pop over to our Facebook page at 4pm, Friday, May 1. The program runs 1 hour.
 

 

Jazz Vespers Broadcast
 

 

 

 

And the other broadcast is TOMORROW, Thursday, April 30 at 1:00 pm at Dr. Bálint Karosi’s YouTube Channel. Bálint is the cantor at Saint Peter’s, but he’s also an internationally celebrated organist and composer. This broadcast features his one-act opera, “Lonely Hearts.”

Bálint writes: “My one-act opera “Lonely Hearts” explores love, illusion, dreams and deception in a surreal, but all-too-familiar world, from the perspectives of both women and men.” Libretto, based on a true story by Almási András-Tóth.

Hear about the story this opera is based on in this podcast from NPR.
  

 

“Lonely Hearts” Opera
 

 

 

 

On behalf of the Saint Peter’s and Midtown Arts Common staff, I wish you health, safety, and happiness.

Best regards,
James

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Gary Lucas Live Solo Concerts Online

Gary Lucas Live Solo Concerts Online


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Gary Lucas Live Solo Concerts Online

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During the crisis, GARY LUCAS is performing live solo concerts every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3pm EST on his

Facebook page at www.facebook.com/gary.lucas.5836   

All concerts are archived at https://bit.ly/2yWHO5w

Check out his tribute to his friend the late Hal Willner recorded April 9th:

https://bit.ly/2VRicjK

Gary will perform a Zoom Cocktail Concert on behalf of the historic Eldridge Street Synagogue on the Lower East Side of Manhattan this Monday night May 4th at 7pm EST. More details forthcoming on their website 
https://www.eldridgestreet.org

And on Saturday May 23rd at 8pm EST Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater NYC will stream a live recording of Gary Lucas’ 30’s Chinese pop project

 “The Edge of Heaven”

featuring Feifei Yang vocals and erhu and Jason Candler saxophone.

New interview with Gary Lucas from BLUES.GR.

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Stay safe!

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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 7: Nanny Assis Live!


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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 7: Nanny Assis Live!

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Fred Hersch Trio

Fred Hersch performing at the Jazz Forum playing Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II’s “The Song Is You” & Thelonious Monk’s “Blue Monk”

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The NEW YORK ADVENTURE CLUB presents: SINATRA! THE MAN AND HIS MUSIC (webinar)

The NEW YORK ADVENTURE CLUB presents: SINATRA! THE MAN AND HIS MUSIC (webinar)


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April 27, 2020

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The NEW YORK ADVENTURE CLUB presents 
SINATRA! THE MAN AND HIS MUSIC! (webinar)
Mon, April 27, 2020, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT

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NOTE #1: the NYAC charges a $10 fee for this event.

NOTE #2: this will supersede the usual MONDAY MUSIC MARATHON, however, at 10PM, I will have a two hour SINATRA MINI-MARATHON after party for everyone who attends “The Main Event” and all Clip Joint Livestreamers. The Main event is through livestorm and the “after party” will be on ZOOM.
 

* What made Frank Sinatra — aka Ol’ Blue Eyes, The Chairman of the Board, The Voice — tick? This is the story of how one seemingly ordinary Italian kid from Hoboken, New Jersey learned to craft his raw musical talent and demeanor to become one of the world’s greatest musical icons of his generation, and century.
 

* Join New York Adventure Club as we explore the life and music of legendary singer and performer Frank Sinatra, and how his musicianship, unerring instinct, and New York chutzpah made him into one of the greatest musical figures of the 20th century.
 

* Led by award-winning author Will Friedwald — who penned Sinatra! The Song Is You, considered the most essential book ever published on Sinatra — our virtual exploration of Frank Sinatra filled with copious visuals and iconic performances on video will include:
 

* The origin story of Frank Sinatra, from his upbringing as an only child of Italian immigrants in Hoboken, to how a nobody from New Jersey made himself into the most celebrated entertainer in show business, and the most famous man in the world — more than once.
 

* The evolution of the Sinatra sound, from the big band of the war years to the lushly-romantic of later generations
A discussion around Sinatra’s great colleagues and collaborators, including the legendary Nelson Riddle, Billy May, Gordon Jenkins, and others.

* Behind-the-scenes stories of Sinatra in the recording studio, gleaned from the musicians themselves
Rare classic video clips of Sinatra singing his essential signature songs, most of which cannot be found online

* Afterward, we’ll have a Q&A with Will — any and all questions about Frank Sinatra are welcomed and encouraged!

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here’s the info for the ZOOM after session:

Will Friedwald is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: SINATRA: THE MAN AND HIS MUSIC – bonus Sinatra session! “Songs for Zoomin’ Humans!”
Time: Apr 27, 2020 10:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Will Friedwald writes about music and popular culture for THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, VANITY FAIR and PLAYBOY magazine and reviews current shows for THE CITIVIEW NEW YORK. He also is the author of nine books, including the award-winning A BIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE TO THE GREAT JAZZ AND POP SINGERS, SINATRA: THE SONG IS YOU, STARDUST MELODIES, TONY BENNETT: THE GOOD LIFE, LOONEY TUNES & MERRIE MELODIES, and JAZZ SINGING. He has written over 600 liner notes for compact discs, received ten Grammy nominations, and appears frequently on television and other documentaries. He is also a consultant and curator for Apple Music.

New Books:

THE GREAT JAZZ AND POP VOCAL ALBUMS (Pantheon Books / Random House, November 2017)

SINATRA: THE SONG IS YOU – NEW REVISED EDITION (Chicago Review Press, May 2018)

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The Falcon Archives: Hugh Brodie’s Cosmic Ensemble [Wed 4.29.20]


 

 

 

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Hugh Brodie’s performance was recorded at The (Old) Falcon (now BUILDING RECORDS studio) on November 3, 2007 by Lynn Segarra / Dreamspirit Video


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Hugh Brodie 

(1937-2017)

 
“Brodie’s genius lies in his ability to take…opposing elements and weave them into a synthesis of moving logic.” – George Chevalier/Woodstock Times
 
The Cosmic Ensemble Features:
Jon Esposito / Piano
Robert Kopec / Bass
Dean Sharp / Drums

Brodie is a sax player who gets right down to the true nitty gritty. An artist who coaxes every ounce of emotion from his instrument as only a true jazz player can. He is spiritual beyond words in his approach to his craft and even in brief conversation. Brodie emerges as a courteous and affable gentleman – “cool,” in the context of an old-school jazzman who knows his stuff like an artisan of another time.

Hugh’s first exposure to the blues came when he was very young in the fields of North Carolina. He worked on his cousin’s farm and listened to the workers as they sang the blues in the blazing sun tending to the watermelon and sugar cane. Later, in his early teens, Hugh was amazed by the way the members of the Sanctified Church in Newark N.J. used music in their worship. Hugh was astonished when he witnessed fellow worshipers being overcome by “the great creator” from their toes to their head. These experiences planted the seeds for Brodie’s future music. They created the life experiences and burning hunger that Hugh needed to create music about the spiritual world. Hugh wanted to play music so badly

that he begged his father to buy him a sax. There was no going back.

Hugh’s adolescence hinged around his music. He’d play his sax on the city bus, and even did gigs with a local rock band (but just to ‘pay the bills.’) But by the time Brodie was in his 30’s he decided to become serious about jazz. He moved himself and his family to Brooklyn N.Y. where he would be close to clubs that would feature big jazz stars. He studied hard at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, and recorded an album with Cal Massey.

In the 80’s Brodie landed a gig with one of his heroes, Illinois Jacquet. But, after only a few years with Jacquet, Brodie decided that he needed to play his own music. He has since created two CD’s, “Unforgettable Sax” and “Songs For Anu.” He has studied astral projection and applied it to music. This combination of astrology and music has made “Unforgettable Sax” very popular in Europe. Hugh’s second CD, “Song’s For Anu,” is about going back to the beginning of time. It explores ancient earth travelers and their religions, some of which are still around today. He has developed his own peaceful beliefs that have become integral to his music, centered around a “no hate” policy and the fact that the three most important things that you can say to a person are

“thank you, please, and sorry.”
 
Hugh Abdullah Rashid Brodie, made his final trip to the astral plane on Wednesday, April 05, 2017, passing  peacefully with his wife Penny at his side, in Monticello NY.  

 

 

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From The Falcon Archives : : Jonah Smith Band 4.25.20


 

 

 

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Jonah Smith

 
Jonah Smith is a critically acclaimed American artist. He has produced several records and has performed around the world at places like Bonnaroo, BAM Festival in Barcelona, The Bowery Ballroom in NYC, Ronnie Scotts in London, SXSW, and countless others. His most well-known brush with fame came as a semi-finalist on America’s Got Talent, where he received a standing ovation from Howard Stern. He went on to perform four times on national television from Radio City Music Hall wowing the judges and audiences with his big soulful voice
and considerable keyboard chops.

His latest record, “Stay Close” was released in June of 2017. It gained national attention before it’s release when Smith’s song, “Ocala” landed on the front page of The Washington Post. Songs from the record are in rotation at Americana radio stations and Smith has done a live in studio at SiriusXM headquarters in New York as well as the well-known Daytrotter video series to promote this beautifully crafted acoustic record. “Stay Close” garnered two Independent Music Award nominations and one win — for “Best Story Song” for “Ocala”.

Smith’s songs have been featured on several national television networks including NBC, ABC, and FX and his song, “My Morning Scene” which was the 2006 IMA award winner for Best Americana Song was featured on Good Morning America. In addition to his work as an artist, Smith co-writes and produces and is an in demand session singer. His voice can be heard in national ad campaigns

and Japanese cartoon theme songs.

Smith has had the pleasure of recording and performing with several of his influences over the years including Garth Hudson (of the Band), Bill Frisell, Los Lobos, Little Feat, Taj Mahal, Martin Sexton and others. His 2016 record, Easy Prey featured guests like Ruthie Foster, Lucius and David Hidalgo.  

“You are the real deal. You can play, you can sing, you are terrific!” Howard Stern

“Mr. Smith’s folk songs are equally well suited to downtown lounges

and rural front porches” New York Times

“Easygoing, soulful music, which calls to mind J.J. Cale, early Van Morrison

Wall St. Journal

“A blend of distinctive American styles with engaging songwriting” NPR

“Luxurious Blues” La Vanguardia, Spain

 

 

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WILL FRIEDWALD’S CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM EVENTS: FRANK SINATRA & NELSON RIDDLE!

WILL FRIEDWALD’S CLIP JOINT LIVESTREAM EVENTS: FRANK SINATRA & NELSON RIDDLE!


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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 6: Camille Bertault Live!


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This Saturday, Camille will sing for us from her home in Paris, collaborating with her Dad, Paul Bertault who’ll play piano. (5 pm EDT this week)

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Christian Sands performing at the Jazz Forum, recorded on June 7, 2019.

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Our beloved box office manager, Alex Miller, will culminate his SUNY Purchase graduate school experience with a Facebook LIVE recital! 

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“​For Our Courageous Workers​” CITYWIDE MUSICAL FANFARE PLANNED FOR 7PM ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29

“​For Our Courageous Workers​” CITYWIDE MUSICAL FANFARE PLANNED FOR 7PM ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 

CITYWIDE MUSICAL FANFARE PLANNED FOR 7PM ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29
 

(NEW YORK, N.Y.) – A newly composed symphonic fanfare called “​For Our Courageous Workers​” will be played by over 1,000 musicians and non-musicians alike on ​Wednesday, April 29, at 7pm​, as part of the daily “cheer” honoring front-line workers serving the populace during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The score has been arranged so that everyone in the five boroughs can take part from the safety of their windows, rooftops, and doorways, be they professional musicians or amateur pot-bangers. There are parts for all: musicians of any and every level — beginners, young musicians, amateurs, professionals on voices, strings, brass, winds, keyboards, drums — as well as for all the people of the city who can sing, bang on pots and pans, or just make a general racket.
 

Composers Frank London (of The Klezmatics), and Hajnal Pivnick and Dorian Wallace (of Tenth Intervention) have joined forces on this effort to bring the city together in a communal music project to honor the efforts of those risking their own health for the benefit of all.
 

Co-sponsors to date include The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Make Music New York, HONK NYC; and are being updated regularly.
 

For more information, detailed instructions, and a downloadable score that does not require the ability to read music, go to ​http://www.tenthintervention.com/workers

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Live from The Falcon Archives presents : : Roswell Rudd


 

 

 

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Roswell Rudd

 
 
The late, great American trombonist, Roswell Rudd (1935 – 2017) celebrated his 81st birthday at The Falcon with Fay Victor, Ken Filiano and Lafayette Harris

These great musicians have had the long-term advantage of playing music together for many years. They have the sound of a band – musicians who know and hear each other so well. Four distinct personalities coming together to celebrate in concert!

Roswell Rudd

Grammy nominated player and, for the fifth time, The Jazz Journalists Association’s 2014 TROMBONIST OF THE YEAR. His Sunnyside release TROMBONE FOR LOVERS was voted One of the 10 Best of 2013 by NPR, The Boston Globe, and numerous blogs. At 81, Rudd still likes his moniker

“The Incredible Honk of Kerhonkson”.

Fay Victor

Vocalist/composer Fay Victor, called “artistically complete” by the New York Times, consistently hones a unique vision of the vocalist’s role in jazz and improvised music. A multi-genre approach called “Freesong”. Victor’s eight critically acclaimed recordings as a leader has been praised by the music press worldwide. Victor performs and teaches internationally with a veritable who’s-who of musicians such as Aruan Ortiz, Andrew Cyrille, Henry Threadgill and John Medeski, among others.

Lafayette Harris


An important pianist in the NYC music scene, sharing the stage with jazz artists Houston Person, Ernestine Anderson, and Roswell Rudd and hosting his own events at well-known NYC venues – The Lenox Lounge, The Blue Note and Smalls. Lafayette has played with, arranged, and was the last pianist, for the great Max Roach,
one of the inventors of modern jazz, as well as the world’s greatest drummer.
 
Ken Filiano

Ken Filiano performs worldwide with leading artists in jazz, fusing the rich traditions of the double bass with his limitless inventiveness. Ken’s solo bass CD, NineWinds, received widespread critical praise. Ken has been called a creative virtuoso, a master of technique, who can play anything, because he puts the music first

and leaves peripheral considerations behind.

 

 

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HAPPENING RIGHT NOW! Friday’s broadcast: Three sets from All Nite Soul 2016

HAPPENING RIGHT NOW! Friday’s broadcast: Three sets from All Nite Soul 2016


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Dear friends,

We’ve got a really special treat planned for our Friday afternoon Facebook broadcast this week: one set each from three awesome bands from All Nite Soul 2016. The broadcast runs about 2.5 hours, and it’s full of forward-leaning improvisation and swing by masters of the art. Just pop on to our Facebook page at 4:00 p.m. EST. (You don’t need to have a Facebook account to see the broadcast.) See you there!

Hoping you are safe and well,
James

James Beaudreau
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And here are the three artists…

Rudy Royston

Upon graduating college, Rudy Royston went on to play and record in the gospel, alternative rock and jazz scenes in Denver and around the United States. He taught music 10 years in public schools before relocating to the east coast in 2006 to pursue graduate studies in music at Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, studying jazz percussion with the great Victor Lewis. Rudy quickly integrated into the New York music scene, performing with world-renowned artists such as Javon Jackson, Bill Frisell, Les McCann, David Gilmore, Ben Allison, Jason Moran, JD Allen, Sean Jones, Jeremy Pelt, Greg Osby, Jennifer Holiday, Tia Fuller, Ravi Coltrane, Ralph Bowen, Bruce Barth, George Colligan, Don Byron, Stanley Cowell, Tom Harrell, John Ellis, Jenny Scheinman, John Patitucci, Dave Douglas, Branford Marsalis, Rudresh Mahanthappa and The Mingus Big Band, to name a few. 
 

Fabian Almazan

Fabian Almazan was voted #1 Rising Piano Star on the Downbeat Magazine Critics 2014 Poll and was granted the Chamber Music America 2014 NEW Jazz Works commission. Almazan received the Cintas Foundation 2010/11 Brandon Fradd Award in Music Composition, an award that has been granted to many Cuban artists who have gone on to play an influential role in the development of Cuban cultural heritage. Almazan was also selected as one of six composers to participate in the Sundance Composers’ Lab where he studied with such acclaimed film composers as Harry Gregson-Williams, Alan Silvestri, George S. Clinton, Christopher Young, Ed Shearmur and Peter Golub. His solo albums, Personalities, which Fabian Almazan released on his own record label, Biophilia Records, and Rhizome [AritstShare/BlueNote Records] have garnered nationwide critical acclaim, including a glowing review in The New York Times. Interest in Almazan’s work was also bolstered by his performances at the historic Village Vanguard in New York City, which have been broadcasted live to a nationwide audience on National Public Radio’s Live from the Village Vanguard. Since 2007 Fabian has been the pianist for the Terence Blanchard’s various bands, including the E-Collective which was nominated for a GRAMMY in 2016. Mr. Almazan has toured North and South America, Asia, Africa, Australia and Europe extensively and has had the opportunity to perform with such artists as Linda May Han Oh, Gretchen Parlato, John Hollenbeck, Johnathan Blake, Justin Brown, Mark Guiliana, Dave Douglass, Chris Dingman, David Sanchez and Ambrose Akinmusire among others.
 

Lauren Sevian Quartet (LSQ)

Lauren Sevian is the winner of the “Rising Star” Baritone Saxophonist in the 67th Downbeat Critics Poll and the Hothouse Jazz Awards Baritone Saxophone 2019. Ms. Sevian came to NYC in 1997 to attend the Manhattan School of Music, and soon thereafter began touring with groups such as Diva and the Artie Shaw Orchestra. She can be seen performing as a bandleader around the NYC area with her quartet, the LSQ, or LSAT, her quintet co-led with alto saxophonist Alexa Tarantino, which recently won first place in the “Made in NY” jazz competition. As a sidewoman, she can be heard regularly with the Mingus Big Band, and has performed with countless other groups, notably the Dizzy Gillespie all star big band, Christian McBride’s Big Band, Robin Eubanks Big Band, and the legendary Count Basie Orchestra. Her debut album “Blueprint” was released on saxophonist Greg Osby’s label Inner Circle Music to critical acclaim, winning a SESAC jazz award for national performance activity, and receiving rave reviews in publications such as Downbeat, Cadence, and All About Jazz. Her sophomore album, “Bliss”, was released spring 2018 on Posi-tone Records, and features all stars of the jazz scene, Alexa Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, Christian McBride, and E.J. Strickland. Her versatility as a musician has led her to a variety of playing situations, working with the likes of actor Denis Leary, with Maurice Hines in the theater production of “Tappin Thru Life”, and with Harry Connick Jr. in his broadway show “A Celebration of Cole Porter”. She is a frequent guest artist at many universities, high schools, middle schools, and jazz festivals across the country. As an educator, she has been teaching privately for over 15 years; she is jazz saxophone faculty at the Manhattan School of Music, Jazz at Lincoln Center as the director of the “Young Women’s Jazz Orchestra”, instructor for the middle school jazz academy, Summer Jazz Academy at Bard College, and Jazz House Kids Summer Jazz Workshop. She has adjudicated at many jazz competitions & festivals, notably the Essentially Ellington Competition at Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Monterey Jazz Festivals’ “Next Generation Jazz Festival”, the Victoria Music Festival in Melbourne, Australia, and the Eau Claire Jazz Festival at the University of Wisconsin in Eau Claire. 
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The Falcon Archives presents : : Lucky Peterson


 

 

 

 

 

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“Peterson… is exactly the kind of musical product that thrived 80 or 90 years ago on the South’s famous “Chitlin Circuit.” It’s an authentic, original rendition that’s born-and-bred American blues and soul, and there just plain isn’t enough of that anymore.” – Michelle Parsons/Pegasus News

The most dangerous triple threat working in the blues, Peterson has gained a reputation as one of the most preeminent performers of the modern era. A searing lead guitarist, fantastic organist, and first-rate vocalist, Lucky’s many talents

are truly mind-boggling.

Peterson is prime-rich in roots but performs in the present – what one would expect from an artist with Peterson’s resumé;. His career began as a child. Growing up in Buffalo, NY, his father owned The Governor’s Inn, one of the area’s most renowned blues clubs. Willie Dixon produced Peterson’s first record when he was but five years old, the R&B hit, “1-2-3-4.” This resulted in television appearances for the blues prodigy on such shows as The Tonight Show, The Ed Sullivan Show,

and What’s My Line.

As a teenager he attended Buffalo Academy of Performing Arts before paying dues in the bands of Etta James and Otis Rush. Peterson has since performed with a long list of greats, including B.B. King and Albert Collins. His 1993 Verve debut “I’m Ready” announced the arrival of a new force, while his 1996 collaboration with the legendary Mavis Staples saw him displaying his gospel chops and influences. In addition to establishing himself through these recordings, Peterson has made his name through his electrifying live performances – the attributes of a legend.  

 

 

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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 4: Ted Rosenthal Live!


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Paquito D’Rivera performing at the Jazz Forum, recorded on May 17, 2019.

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I got to know trumpeter Dean Pratt when he played lead in my rehearsal big band (1978-79) at 50 Cooper Square, before I even opened the Jazz Forum in that location. Dig these pictures of the Dean Pratt Big Band at the second Jazz Forum at 648 Broadway, NYC on July 11, 1982. Yep, that’s drum legend Mel Lewis, hanging with Dean and the cats at the bar I built with my partner, Tony Giuliano!
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Come with us into the House of Sound to learn about how woodwind instruments make a sound.  If you have instruments at home, this is the moment to try them out together! 

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“It wasn’t until I lost my sight that the piano became kind of the center of what I wanted to do.” – Justin Kauflin

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Gary Lucas Tribute to Hal Willner today @3pm EST 4/9/20

Gary Lucas Tribute to Hal Willner today @3pm EST 4/9/20


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Gary Lucas Tribute to Hal Willner today @3pm EST 4/9/20

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I’m performing a solo tribute to my friend the late great Hal Willner at 3pm EST today 4/9/20 live from my living room. 

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Stay safe

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Gary Lucas Tribute to Hal Willner today @3pm EST 4/9/20

Gary Lucas Tribute to Hal Willner today @3pm EST 4/9/20


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Gary Lucas Tribute to Hal Willner today @3pm EST 4/9/20

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Banjo Virtuoso
EDDY DAVIS
1940-2020

Eddy Davis at ScienSonic Laboratories

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I’ve just lost one of the dearest friends I’ve ever had in music. Eddy Davis was a highly significant and influential presence in my life. He was a fiercely individualistic performer… a veteran of the old Chicago days when music was hot, joyful, exuberant and unselfconscious. A character and a curmudgeon, who could hold court for hours after the gig. And a loving mentor who helped younger musicians like myself learn and grow in this music.

I had only played with Eddy a handful of times when he called me in late 1998 to say that he was forming a new band to fill a weekly Wednesday spot at the Cajun on 8thAvenue. He wanted me to play lead on C melody saxophone, in a little group with two reeds, and no drums. This by itself gives a clue to what an original thinker he was.

I already knew that Eddy was a proficient and highly individualistic stylist on the banjo, who sounded like no one else. What I didn’t know, but soon found out, was that this man was also a walking repository of many hundreds if not thousands of tunes of every description, ranging far beyond the standard repertoire… with a fascinating background story at the ready for nearly every one. I quickly learned that he was also a prolific and idiosyncratic composer himself, with a wonderfully philosophical work ethic: write original music every day, keep what works, and throw the rest away without a backward glance. 

Eddy was also what used to be called a “character”: affable, opinionated, hilarious, and irascible all in one, and above all highly passionate about music. What I learned over the ensuing 7 ½ years in Eddy’s little band, I cannot begin to describe. I came to refer to those regular Wed. sessions as my “doctor’s appointment” — for they fixed whatever ailed me, and provided the perfect antidote to the ills of the world, and of the music scene. Over the years we were graced with the presence of some very distinguished musicians who came by and sat in with us, including Harry Allen, Joe Muranyi, Bob Barnard, Howard Johnson, and Barry Harris.

Eddy was generous with his strong opinions, with his knowledge and experience, and with his encouragement. But he was a generous soul in other ways as well. When he heard that I was building a studio (my “Laboratory”), he had me come by the apartment and started giving me things out of his closets. A Roland 24-track recorder… three vintage microphones… instruments… things that I treasure, and use every single day of my life. When my father turned 75, Eddy came out to New Jersey and played for him, and wouldn’t take a dime for it.

When I got the call today that Eddy had passed — another victim of this horrible virus that is ruining so many lives, and our musical life as well — I hung up the phone and just cried. Later I went out to my Laboratory, and kissed every single thing there that he had given to me. How cruel to lose such an irreplaceable person… killed by an enemy, as my brother commented, that is neither visible nor sentient.

One night at the Cajun stands out in my memory, and seems particularly relevant today. It was the night after the last disaster that changed New York forever: the World Trade Center attack. There was a pall over the city, the air was full of dust, and there was a frightful, lingering smell. “What am I doing here?” I thought. “This is crazy.” But somehow we all made our way to the nearly empty club. We were in a state of shock; nobody knew what to say. I wondered if we would even be able to play. We took the stage, looked at each other, and counted off a tune. The instant the first note sounded, I was overcome with emotion and my face was full of tears. Suddenly I understood exactly why we were there, why it was so important that we play this music. We played our hearts out that night — for ourselves, for our city, and for a single table of bewildered tourists, stranded in town by these incomprehensible events. They were so grateful for the music, so comforted by it. 

The simple comfort of live music has been taken from us now. We must bear this loss, and those that will surely follow, alone… shut away in our homes. I know that when the awful burden of this terrible time has finally been lifted, when we can share music, life, and love again, it will feel like that night at the Cajun. My eyes will fill, my heart will sing, and the joy that Eddy Davis gave me will be with me every time I lift the horn to my face, for as long as I live.
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‘NYC’s Tin Pan Alley: The Birthplace of America’s Music Industry’ Webinar

‘NYC’s Tin Pan Alley: The Birthplace of America’s Music Industry’ Webinar


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April 6, 2020

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Tuesday April 7, 6:00PM-7:30PM

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If you walked over right now to the Manhattan intersection of West 28th Street and Broadway, what would you hear? Unfortunately, like too many streets in NYC these days, probably only construction and car horns. But over 100 years ago, you would have been greeted with something else entirely: a cacophony of sounds from aspiring composers, singing and banging away on the piano, from the sidewalk to walk-up music studios. This is the story of one neighborhood in New York that transformed the city into the songwriting and music publishing capital of the world — a role it still maintains over a century later.
 

Join New York Adventure Club as we shine a spotlight on the former New York City neighborhood of Tin Pan Alley, the birthplace of the American music industry, which produced some of the most prolific songwriters of the early 20th century.
 

Led by award-winning author Will Friedwald, who is widely considered one of the nation’s most prolific music writers, our virtual journey down Tin Pan Alley will include:

 

The origin story of Tin Pan Alley, and how a stretch of West 28th Street in Manhattan became the home for independent music publishers and songwriters from around the world.
 

The evolution of the American music business, from the early days where songwriters were largely anonymous, to the mid-1960s when The Beatles and Bob Dylan changed the fundamental business model, to today’s ‘360’ management deals.
 

The music styles that converged in the former neighborhood, including jazz & blues from New Orleans, cowboy songs from the American West, and theatrical scores from the theatres in Europe.

Stories about the early music legends, such as Irving Berlin, Richard Rodgers, and Cole Porter.

Rare and vintage audio & video clips of the legendary Tin Pan Alley songwriters in action, such as Johnny Green playing “Body and Soul and Harold Arlen singing “Stormy Weather — none of which can be found online.

Afterward, we’ll have a Q&A with Will — any and all questions about Tin Pan Alley are welcomed and encouraged!

 

See you there!

 

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Jack Kleinsinger Highlights In Jazz: In Memory of Bucky Pizzarelli

Jack Kleinsinger Highlights In Jazz: In Memory of Bucky Pizzarelli


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April 5, 2020

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 New York’s Longest Running Jazz Concert Series

In Memory of Bucky Pizzarelli
 
January 9, 1926 – April 1, 2020
 
Highlights In Jazz producer Jack Kleinsinger
pays tribute to the late master guitarist
Bucky Pizzarelli,
a long-time friend and inspiration.

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Highlights in Jazz producer Jack Kleinsinger offers condolences to the Pizzarelli family,  and joins the music community at large in mourning the death of the legendary guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, on April 1, at age 94. 
 
The venerable master of the seven-string guitar was an in-demand studio musician who recorded with stars including Frank Sinatra and Sarah Vaughan and countless others. He was an alumnus of the Tonight Show and Dick Cavett show bands, and a collaborator with musicians as diverse as Benny Goodman, Les Paul, Stéphane Grappelli, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Ben E. King, and Dion and the Belmonts. “He did everything,” Kleinsinger says. “His real strength was as a rhythm guitarist, but he was a great soloist too. He was amazing!”
 
Meeting Bucky Pizzarelli was a life changer for Jack Kleinsinger. The two met at a jazz party in Colorado in 1972, and it seemed inevitable that they would hit it off. After all, at the time Bucky and Jack looked so much alike that many of their fellow partiers thought they were members of the same family. 
 
They roomed together in Colorado, and before long Bucky encouraged Jack to buy a club or rent a hall to put on shows himself. “Bucky said that since I love jazz so much and get along with musicians so well, I should do something about it. He told me to put on a few shows and get it out of my system,” Jack recalls. “He gave me another piece of advice: Keep your day job!”
 
Kleinsinger took Bucky’s words seriously on both counts. When he produced his first concert in 1973, the guitarist was on the lineup and appeared at a total of 35 Highlights In Jazz events in the decades since then. “I could always count on him, Bucky was one of my go-to people. He was so good to me, without him there would be no Highlights In Jazz.” Jack didn’t quit his day job, and he never got his love of jazz and producing concerts out of his system.  “Almost 50 years later, I’m still doing it and still enjoying it,” he notes.
 
As their friendship strengthened over the years, “Bucky became like a family member. He played at my parents’ 50thwedding anniversary; he attended my father’s funeral. John Pizzarelli—also a great guitarist—made his first Highlights In Jazz appearance as a surprise guest when he was just 15 years old,” Kleinsinger recalls. “My life has been so enriched by knowing Bucky Pizzarelli and his family. He was an amazing guy; I’m going to miss him. It’s a real loss.” 
 
Kleinsinger plans to produce a concert to pay tribute to the revered guitarist as part of the 49th season of the Highlights In Jazz series in 2021.

 
Jack Kleinsinger’s HIGHLIGHTS IN JAZZ 2020
 
Now it its 48th year

All Shows Are Postponed
Until Further Notice

 
All concerts are at
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center
199 Chambers St., in Manhattan

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Ellington Everlasting: Art Baron & The Duke’s Men
Trombonist Art Baron
Saxophonist Jay Brandford
Drummer Bernard Purdie
Bassist Bill Crow
Pianist James Weidman
Saxophonist Mark Hynes
Special guest: Vocalist Ira Hawkins
Plus, surprise special guest!

 
Thursday, June 4, 2020
The Return of the Jam Session

Saxophonists Peter and Will Anderson
Pianist Ted Rosenthal
Guitarist Frank Vignola
Trombonist Wycliffe Gordon
Drummer Victor Lewis
Trumpeter Brian Lynch
Visit  HIGHLIGHTS IN JAZZ Archive
at the University of North Florida
www.digitalcommons.unf.edu/kleinsinger/

All Shows At
 
BMCC TRIBECA Performing Arts Center 
Borough of Manhattan Community College 
199 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007
http://tribecapac.org
 
By car take FDR Drive south to end, through underpass onto West Street,  north to Chambers.
By Subway take 1, 2, 3, 9, A, C, E, J or M train to Chambers or N, R to City Hall stop. Walk west on Chambers.
Box Office 212-220-1460
Ticket Prices
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$45.00 (student rate)
 
and by mail order.
$180.00 per subscription
 
Tickets can be purchased in advance at the box office.
You are now able to use your credit card at the Tribeca PAC Box Office located on 199 Chambers Street, or by calling (212) 220-1460 and now online at Tickets.Tribecapac.org
 
Please send a check made payable to: Highlights In Jazz
 
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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 3: Sherma Andrews Live!


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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 3: Sherma Andrews Live!

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We’re live with Jazz Forum @ Home including weekly free-of-charge Facebook Live Streaming series from artists’ homes on Saturdays at 7 pm EDT. Tune in, enjoy and keep in touch for more of your favorite live music.


Go to our Facebook Live page at the time of the show!

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Dance & Sing Along!

Sherma Andrews’ performance at the Jazz Forum, on July 26, 2019.

Feat. Lenny Underwood, keys & bass, Chris Amelar, guitar, and Michael Tate, drums.

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In Memory of Wallace Roney
Having known Wallace for almost 40 years, I’m incredibly saddened that he’s no longer with us. Rest Easy, Wallace. Condolences to Wallace’s family, friends and musical colleagues. Here is some music from his last sets at Jazz Forum, Tarrytown during his 59th Birthday weekend, May 24 & 25, 2019. – Mark Morganelli
Feat. Emilio Modeste, sax, Oscar Williams, piano, Paul Caffari, bass, Malik Coley, drums. (Photo by Mitchell Seidel)
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Something A Little Different…

Thanks to Zeke, originally from Tarrytown (currently in Elmsford) for sharing this super-creative video from his group’s latest project ‘Brush Strokes,’ their jazz/hip-hop album. This is “The New” by Four Elements & Beyond (Freak Tha Monsta, MothaBug, Miggs Son Daddy). You Dig?!

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Recommended Listening
Joao Gilberto & Stan Getz – Full Album (1963)
Getz/Gilberto is an album by American saxophonist Stan Getz and Brazilian guitarist João Gilberto, featuring pianist and composer Antônio Carlos Jobim, who also composed many of the tracks, including Garota de Ipanema & Desafinado. Getz/Gilberto was released in March 1964 by Verve Records and is considered the record that popularized bossa nova worldwide and was one of the best-selling jazz albums of all time. It was one of the main inspirations for me as I recorded by latest Brasil! Double-CD. Enjoy the Masters! – Mark Morganelli
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To stay connected as a community, each week we will ask you a question.  We will post a few responses in next week’s Jazz Forum @ Home. Click below to answer this week’s question and check out our favorite response from last week. Have fun! 


This Week’s Question:
Jazz musicians are known for their storytelling abilities. Tell us your favorite anecdote or story shared by a performer.


Let us know if you would like to remain anonymous.

SHARE YOUR STORY


Last Week’s Question:
What Jazz tune makes you feel most at home and why?


I would say “Stardust” by Hoagy Carmichael, including its somewhat lengthy Rubato introduction, because it moves so smoothly and elegantly throughout its range, making it so relaxing.  In my opinion, the tune “Stardust” can be comparable to the traditional American Folk song “I Dream of Genie With the Light Brown Hair” by Stephen Foster, and as well, the traditional Irish folk song, “Danny Boy”. – Frank Pedulla


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Drummer’s Conclave at Jazz Forum, 648 Broadway, NYC
L-R: Jimmy Lovelace, Jo Jones, Jr., Art Lewis, Al Foster,
Leroy Williams, Philly Joe Jones, Jual Curtis

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As many of you have children or grandchildren and are looking for activities to do at home, we’re bringing Jitterbugs, our new kids program, home to you! We are sharing videos and activities to keep yourself and your children musically busy. Enjoy!


Read The Jazz Fly with Jody

Follow the fly on a jazzy adventure! Jitterbugs educator Jody Ferber Redhage reads The Jazz Fly by Matthew Gollub, accompanied by her son Theo on drums.

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Bake a Drum Cake
 
Speaking of drums… here’s an idea: Ask for your little one’s assistance in the kitchen! Why not bake a musical cake together. And if you do, remember to share the delicious results with us.
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Meet the ArtistMonty Alexander
Interview by Salina LeBris

“I never took it seriously, that it could’ve been a profession, but I was amazed” – Monty Alexander

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Gary Lucas Live Solo Acoustic on Facebook Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday @ 3pm EDT / with “The Golem” at Cornell

Gary Lucas Live Solo Acoustic on Facebook Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday @ 3pm EDT / with “The Golem” at Cornell


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March 31, 2020

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Gary Lucas Live Solo Acoustic on Facebook Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday @ 3pm EDT / with “The Golem” at Cornell

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Hi guys—Hope everyone is safe and well—what a scary time.

While live gigs are on hold for the moment, I’ve been doing live solo acoustic concerts from home here in NYC on my Facebook page at

https://www.facebook.com/gary.lucas.5836 

It’s free and open to the public. The response has been heartwarming, to say the least. 

Beginning this Thursday April 2nd, I am going live on Facebook every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3pm EDT.

Here’s the story so far: 

https://bit.ly/3byaks4  https://bit.ly/33Y5Lol  https://bit.ly/2QS6oux   https://bit.ly/3agQLo7   https://bit.ly/2Jfujjk 

More news:

My last out-of-town gig before the hammer came down was on March 4th performing my live solo score accompanying the silent horror film  “The Golem”  

before a packed house at the Cornell Cinema at Cornell University in Ithaca NY. Thanks to Kino-Lorber for their superb new restoration.

Some feedback:

“Weaving together themes that range from eerie to folksy, ominous to psychedelic, with a sprinkling of motifs from Jewish music mixed in, masterful guitarist Gary Lucas works his magic in a unique score for Paul Wegener’s German expressionist classic, The Golem. Performing on an electric and acoustic guitar, along with effects pedals, he conjures unexpected sensations and surprising empathies. After the show, he offers a great talk-back about both his score and the film.” 

Mary Fessenden, Director, Cornell Cinema

 

” I just saw the legendary Gary Lucas (of Captain Beefheart) perform his score to the silent film The Golem. Oscillating between electric guitar and acoustic and with the aid of a bunch of pedals, he captivates musically the story of the clay monster made by a Rabbi in Prague which will save humanity. Boy do we need a friendly monster these days! The performance feels intimate and at the same time produces vast soundscapes which sweep across the stage. I was blown away. This is something not to be missed.”

–Trevor Pinch – author of “Analog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer”

 

“Gary Lucas’ live score accompanying “The Golem” is a total treat, a virtuoso performance on guitars that adds meaning and depth to this silent film classic. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see a great guitarist providing the soundtrack to a great movie!”  

–Gerald R. Beasley 
  Carl A. Kroch University Librarian
  Cornell University 

 

For more info and for “Golem” bookings, please contact Warren Galea at warrengaleamusic.com

 

For more info about my forthcoming double CD retrospective “The Essential Gary Lucas” on Knitting Factory Records—release date on hold for the time being–

 

 please contact Jim Merlis at  jim@bighassle.com.

Thanks, be well–and stay safe!

Gary Lucas
NYC

www.garylucas.com

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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 2: Julius Rodriguez Live!


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Jazz Forum @ Home vol. 2: Julius Rodriguez Live!

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We’re going live! Jazz Forum will be airing a weekly free-of-charge Facebook Live Streaming series from artists’ homes on Saturdays at 7 pm EDT. Tune in, enjoy and keep in touch for more of your favorite live music.



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The Bob James Trio performs Westchester Lady, Angela (Theme from ‘Taxi’) and Someone to Watch Over Me at the Jazz Forum on April 12, 2019. Featuring: Billy Kilson, drums and Michael Palazzolo, bass.
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Tarrytown resident, Italian-American vocalist Vanessa Racci has contributed her version of Louis Prima’s “Buona Sera” (Good Evening) for all to enjoy as we offer Condolences, Love and Support to our family, friends and musical colleagues in Italia. We will get through this, together!
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This Week’s Question: 

What Jazz tune makes you feel most at home and why?


Let us know if you would like to remain anonymous.

SHARE YOUR STORY


Last Week’s Question: What was the most memorable Jazz show you have seen and what made it so special? 

Sharon & Dean
“The Forest Hills Jazz Festival, held on September 17, 1988, was special due to the amount of talent at one venue. The pre-concert performers were: Noel Pointer, Lonnie Liston Smith, Jon Hendricks & Co, and Roseanne Vitro. The headliners were: Stan Getz, Grover Washington Jr, Chuck Mangione, Gato Barbieri, Freddie Hubbard, and Angela Bofill. I remember the day was rainy, but that did not dampen the spirits of the audience or performers. What a great show for only $22.50! Unfortunately, some of these musicians are no longer with us, but will live on in their music.”


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Clarence “C” Sharpe & Hank Mobley, at the Ronnie Boykins Memorial benefit, 1980, Jazz Forum, 50 Cooper Square, NYC.

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Meet the Artist: Al Foster
Interview by Salina LeBris

Miles would say, “Don’t worry about the changes, worry about the drums.” – Al Foster

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To Be, or Not … to Bop
By Dizzy Gillespie & Al Foster

“Just recently finished reading this great tome by Dizzy, as told to Al Fraser. Wish I’d read it while Diz was still here so I could have asked him about some of these experiences directly.”Mark Morganelli, Executive Director, Jazz Forum Arts

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As many of you have children or grandchildren and are looking for activities to do at home, we wanted to bring Jitterbugs: Jazz for Kids, our new kids program, to you at home as well! Here are a few ideas to keep yourself and the children musically busy.

Color the instruments!

Print this page of instruments to draw at home. Maybe it’ll spark a conversation about which is their favorite instrument, and why!

We tested the print-out on 2 1/2 year old Astrid, daughter of Isak Edblad, Jazz Forum Arts’ Digital Marketing Specialist. We can proudly confirm that it’s Astrid-approved!

 

PRINT THE PDF


Shake, shake, shake it!
Why not take it one step further: Build your own instruments! Watch this video with your kids and then do it yourself – guaranteed to make your whole family swing. Maybe try to shake your new instrument along to the tunes off Jazz Forum’s Mark Morganelli!
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Introducing Jazz Forum @ Home


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Dear Jazz Forum Community, 

Today we are excited to launch Jazz Forum @ Home, your virtual Jazz Forum experience!  Every Thursday while we are closed, we will share Jazz and Brazilian videos, archival photos, interviews and more.  Enjoy our content and PLEASE SHARE YOURS! Email your stories, videos, photos and ideas for more content to info@jazzforumarts.org. Your participation will enrich the sense of community and make this more fun! 

As the international language of understanding and harmony, music calms and delights us. We hope Jazz Forum @ Home will make this tough time easier to endure. We look forward to seeing you all as soon as the restrictions are lifted and we can resume our weekend shows.

Stay well, be careful and all best from all of us at Jazz Forum Arts!

Want to join the conversation on social media? Tag us @jazzforumclub and use the hashtag: #JazzForumAtHome.


The Vincent Herring Quintet performing at the Jazz Forum on April 27, 2019 featuring Jeremy Pelt, trumpet, Louis Hayes, drums, Dave Kikoski, piano, and Yasushi Nakamura, bass.
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Dizzy Gillespie on the set of “Music In Monk Time,” the award-winning documentary filmed at the Jazz Forum, 648 Broadway, New York – November 1982. Dizzy was explaining Afro-Cuban rhythms (L-R: Larry Gales, Dizzy, Ben Riley, Al Drears, Mark Morganelli, John Stubblefield – photo by Mitchell Seidel)

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Meet the Artist: Gary Smulyan
Interview by Salina LeBris

I tell all my students, “You think you’re going on a straight path and then your phone rings and you make a left turn, and you go a completely different way in your life. You have to be open to try things, and you never know what’s going to happen.” – Gary Smulyan

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Thelonious Monk: The Life and Times of an American Original
By Robin DG Kelley

“…a massive and impressive undertaking… Thoroughly researched, meticulously footnoted, and beautifully crafted, Thelonious Monk presents the most complete, most revealing portrait ever assembled of the man known as the high priest of bebop.” – Steve Greenlee, The Boston Globe

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POSTPONED: DUDUKA’S 69th BIRTHDAY & NEW ALBUM RELEASE CELEBRATION With HELIO ALVES AND MAUCHA ADNET March 26- 29 at Dizzy’s

POSTPONED: DUDUKA’S 69th BIRTHDAY & NEW ALBUM RELEASE CELEBRATION With HELIO ALVES AND MAUCHA ADNET March 26- 29 at Dizzy’s


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March 18, 2020

To: Listings/Critics/Features
From: Jazz Promo Services
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POSTPONED

NEW DATE TBA

DUDUKA’S 69th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
& NEW ALBUM RELEASE

DUDUKA DA FONSECA & HELIO ALVES
FEATURING MAUCHA ADNET
SAMBA JAZZ AND THE MUSIC OF JOBIM
@ Dizzy’s Club

 
Thursday-Sunday,March 26 – 29
Sets at 7:30 and 9:30 pm


 

MAUCHA ADNET – VOCALS

BILLY DREWES – REEDS & FLUTE
CHICO PINHEIRO – GUITAR

HANS GLAWISCHNIG – BASS
MARTIN WIND – BASS (3/26 only)

HELIO ALVES – PIANO
DUDUKA DA FONSECA – DRUMS

Appearing at:
 Jazz at Lincoln Center Broadway at 60th Street
5th Floor
Reservations:
Call: 
212 258-9595 or -9795.
Online reservations:
 www.jalc.org

NEW ALBUM RELEASE

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Drummer Duduka Da Fonseca and pianist Helio Alves come from two different parts of Brazil but have done much over their careers to keep the tradition of Bossa Nova and Brazilian jazz alive. Here, they perform a program highlighting the beauty of his music alongside Maucha Adnet, who was a member of Jobim’s ensemble during the last ten years of his life. Samba Jazz & Tom Jobim also includes a stellar cast of musical greats and special appearances by trumpeters Wynton Marsalis and Claudio Roditi. 
JAZZIZ

In fact, we continue do discover more about these innovators and their influence through albums like Samba Jazz & Tom Jobim, Da Fonseca and Alves contributes their own originals: Alves dynamic “Untitled” and frenetic “Helium,” and Da Fonseca’s intriguing outré “Alana.” These three modern tunes serve as a reminder that not all Brazilian jazz today is predicated on bossa and sambas, and that what Gilberto and Jobim started still unfolding all these years later.” 
Suzanne Lorge . Downbeat Magazine

“Samba Jazz & Tom Jobim (Sunnyside) is headlined by three Brazilian jazz stars of recent years —drummer Duduka Da Fonseca, vocalist Maucha Adnet, and pianist Helio Alves. The presence of guitarist Romero Lubambo, bassist Hans Glawischnig and saxophonist Billy Drewes adds extra heft to the rhythm section and the ensemble’s versatility while the involvement of two notable guests—trumpeters Claudio Roditi and Wynton Marsalis—signals that something truly special is in the works.”  
Mark Holston . All About Jazz

Duduka Da Fonseca plays drums with a stirring, sensuality. It’s like listening to crushed ice melt at the beach. Duduka’s latest album is Samba Jazz & Tom Jobim (Sunnyside), with pianist Helio Alves and vocalist Maucha Adnet.   The music is like listening to old friends deep in conversation. There’s also plenty of Brazilian soul and stardust, and a rainbow of moods. A lovely album.  
JAZZWAX BY MARC MYERS
 

Samba Jazz & Tom Jobim finds the two at the top of their game, both honoring and pushing Brazilian jazz in bold directions. Samba Jazz & Tom Jobim is a labor of love from Alves and Da Fonseca. Their longtime relationship, developed through countless gigs and extended collaborations, fostered an undeniably deep and loving relationship with their musical forefathers.  Andy Jurik . Pop Matters

Since 2007, drummer Duduka Da Fonseca, pianist Helio Alves and vocalist Maucha Adnet have been presenting the titular program at Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola at New York’s Jazz at Lincoln Center, and at other venues throughout the world. A concept set steeped in personalized history of varied sorts—Da Fonseca’s, absorbing this hybridized style at the foot of the masters in Brazil; Adnet’s and Da Fonseca’s, working with the late Antonio Carlos Jobim; Alves’ and Da Fonseca’s, playing together in bands in New York City for more than a quarter century—it’s a show that never fails to impress and inspire.  There’s still no substitute for seeing this band live—as this writer can attest, having had the pleasure on more than one occasion—but this is pretty damn close.
 Dan Bilawsky . All About Jazz

 

Watch
Duduka Da Fonseca and Helio Alves, Samba Jazz & The Music Of Jobim

www.dudukadafonsecatrio.com www.helioalvesmusic.net

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CORRECT LINK FOR: Allan Harris Nat King Cole 101st Birthday House Concert – livestreaming on FB

CORRECT LINK FOR: Allan Harris Nat King Cole 101st Birthday House Concert – livestreaming on FB


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March 17, 2020

To: Listings/Critics/Features
From: Jazz Promo Services
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Will’s New York Nite Life

Allan Harris

Nat King Cole 101st Birthday House Concert 

Tuesday, March 17, 7:30PM

live streaming on Facebook

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Happy 101st birthday to the King himself, Nathaniel Adams Cole, born this day in Montgomery Alabama, 1919. He was born on St. Patrick’s Day, and throughout his life, he always attributed his remarkable career to “the luck o’ the Irish” and the shamrock in his pocket.
 

One of Cole’s greatest living successors is the remarkable, Harlem-based jazz singer Allan Harris. Every year, Allan and his wife Pat throw a party on Nat Cole’s birthday; this year, alas, the current quarantine situation has made such gatherings impossible. However, Allan and Pat are sharing the love on Nat’s birthday by live-streaming Allan’s performance directly here on FB.
 

Do not miss this unique, one-of-a-kind live stream concert! And, even if you can’t go to your local Irish pub, don’t forget to drink a toast to the King on his 101st birthday!

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Author: Will Friedwald

Will Friedwald writes about music and popular culture for THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, VANITY FAIR and PLAYBOY magazine and reviews current shows for THE CITIVIEW NEW YORK. He also is the author of nine books, including the award-winning A BIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE TO THE GREAT JAZZ AND POP SINGERS, SINATRA: THE SONG IS YOU, STARDUST MELODIES, TONY BENNETT: THE GOOD LIFE, LOONEY TUNES & MERRIE MELODIES, and JAZZ SINGING. He has written over 600 liner notes for compact discs, received ten Grammy nominations, and appears frequently on television and other documentaries. He is also a consultant and curator for Apple Music.

New Books:

THE GREAT JAZZ AND POP VOCAL ALBUMS (Pantheon Books / Random House, November 2017)

SINATRA: THE SONG IS YOU – NEW REVISED EDITION (Chicago Review Press, May 2018)

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Allan Harris Nat King Cole 101st Birthday House Concert – livestreaming on FB

Allan Harris Nat King Cole 101st Birthday House Concert – livestreaming on FB


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March 17, 2020

To: Listings/Critics/Features
From: Jazz Promo Services
www.jazzpromoservices.com

Will’s New York Nite Life

Allan Harris

Nat King Cole 101st Birthday House Concert 

Tuesday, March 17, 7:30PM

live streaming on Facebook

shem.gif

Happy 101st birthday to the King himself, Nathaniel Adams Cole, born this day in Montgomery Alabama, 1919. He was born on St. Patrick’s Day, and throughout his life, he always attributed his remarkable career to “the luck o’ the Irish” and the shamrock in his pocket.
 

One of Cole’s greatest living successors is the remarkable, Harlem-based jazz singer Allan Harris. Every year, Allan and his wife Pat throw a party on Nat Cole’s birthday; this year, alas, the current quarantine situation has made such gatherings impossible. However, Allan and Pat are sharing the love on Nat’s birthday by live-streaming Allan’s performance directly here on FB.
 

Do not miss this unique, one-of-a-kind live stream concert! And, even if you can’t go to your local Irish pub, don’t forget to drink a toast to the King on his 101st birthday!

Welcome! Please subscribe to our blogs and stay informed about the best things to do in New York City.

If you love the Big Apple, be sure to subscribe for the latest happenings in NYC!

Author: Will Friedwald

Will Friedwald writes about music and popular culture for THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, VANITY FAIR and PLAYBOY magazine and reviews current shows for THE CITIVIEW NEW YORK. He also is the author of nine books, including the award-winning A BIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE TO THE GREAT JAZZ AND POP SINGERS, SINATRA: THE SONG IS YOU, STARDUST MELODIES, TONY BENNETT: THE GOOD LIFE, LOONEY TUNES & MERRIE MELODIES, and JAZZ SINGING. He has written over 600 liner notes for compact discs, received ten Grammy nominations, and appears frequently on television and other documentaries. He is also a consultant and curator for Apple Music.

New Books:

THE GREAT JAZZ AND POP VOCAL ALBUMS (Pantheon Books / Random House, November 2017)

SINATRA: THE SONG IS YOU – NEW REVISED EDITION (Chicago Review Press, May 2018)

This E Mail is being sent by:
 
Jim Eigo Jazz Promo Services
272 Ste Route 94 S #1  Warwick, NY 10990
T: 845-986-1677
E-Mail:
 jim@jazzpromoservices.com
 Web Site: www.jazzpromoservices.com/
 
HAVE A JAZZ EVENT, NEW CD OR IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE JAZZ COMMUNITY YOU WANT TO PROMOTE? CONTACT JAZZ PROMO SERVICES FOR PRICE QUOTE.
 
CHECK OUT OUR NEW YOUTUBE VIDEO
HERE

 


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