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Posts from the ‘Podcasts’ Category

6
Oct

Miles Davis Podcast: Easy Mo Bee

Miles Davis’ Doo-Bop came out in June 1992 and it was the first project marketed on the original Jazz Online bulletin board system. (I guess I’m dating myself.) Warner Bros. Jazz was our first official client and it was an honor to work the final studio recording by Miles Davis. Looking back to that time, Doo-Bop marked the beginning and end of a couple of things in jazz. Read moreRead more

13
Sep

Miles Davis Podcast: Erin Davis

I had the pleasure of interviewing Miles’ youngest son during the production of this series. Erin Davis not only offered his memories of the musician’s artistry but he also generously shared personal stories of life with his father. Read moreRead more

26
Aug

David Darling: The Art of Eight String Religion

[ Originally posted on The Huffington Post ]

For many music enthusiasts, there are those unique artists that touch a special place in our mind, body and soul. We discover these artists at various points in our lives and they become permanently etched on our personal soundtrack as we evolve on our life’s journey. The Grammy-Award winning cellist David Darling is one of those artists for me. Read moreRead more

25
Aug

Miles Davis Podcast: Ethan Iverson

Versatile pianist and jazz blogger Ethan Iverson weighs in on the impact that Miles had on his growth as an artist and jazz at large. Read moreRead more