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Posts tagged ‘Piano’

20
Dec
lyletedx

The Most Intriguing Performance in Jazz 2011

Jazz, Math, Tech & Lyle Mays

One of the most intriguing events in jazz this year that went largely unnoticed was something that I accidentally stumbled upon.   Read moreRead more

26
Oct
stanleyhoody

Stanley Jordan Solo

Stanley Jordan is an inventive and emotional musician. Whether performing on guitar or piano or both, he always finds a way to communicate a unique and rich musical narrative to the listener. Read moreRead more

4
Oct
eliotz

Q&A: Eliot Zigmund

I feel fortunate to be old enough to have grown up in a time where listening to the radio and buying albums was one of the activities you looked forward to. Each week my friends and I ventured into San Francisco and hit the Tower Records store on Columbia and Bay Street with hopes of buying a hot new record…or cassette or 8 track…whichever we could afford. Read moreRead more

3
Jun
stevekuhnmiles

Miles Davis Podcast: Steve Kuhn

I first met and interviewed the great pianist Steve Kuhn when I was producing The Traneumentary podcast series in 2007. And while we were talking about John Coltrane, Steve kept referencing the first great Miles Davis Quintet that featured Coltrane, Red Garland, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones. Read moreRead more