That Jazz On-Demand December 2017

By | December 10, 2017

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That Jazz On-Demand are the top songs by artists added to the That Jazz playlist and available to purchase from and

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  • Dave Samuels 1948-2019
    Dave Samuels, a Grammy-award winning vibraphonist best known for his work over three decades with the crossover jazz-fusion band Spyro Gyra, passed away April 22 in New York City after a long illness. He was 70 years old. His death was announced by the band on its official Facebook page, ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2019-04-23
  • JT Notes: Renegade Heart
    On our editorial calendar, this issue was originally designated as “The Renegades Issue.” Here’s one of the ways Webster’s Dictionary defines the word “renegade”: “an individual who rejects lawful or conventional behavior.” Going by that definition, you could argue that every issue of JazzTimes is full of renegades. What was supposed to ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2019-04-23
  • Tobias Meinhart: Berlin People (Sunnyside)
    The Berlin connections here are various. The rhythm section (pianist Ludwig Hornung, bassist Tom Berkmann, drummer Mathias Ruppnig) lives there. The leader, tenor saxophonist Tobias Meinhart, moved from Germany to New York 10 years ago but spends his summers in Berlin. Kurt Rosenwinkel, a major American guitarist who plays on ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2019-04-23
  • Lyle Mays – “Fictionary”
    Keyboardist Lyle Mays, a pioneer of contemporary jazz and a longtime creative partner to guitarist Pat Metheny, recorded the album Fictionary on this day (April 23) in 1992 in New York City. A trio recording, Mays recruited two close personal friends and fellow jazz titans to appear alongside him: drummer Jack ... read more
    Source: JazzizPublished on 2019-04-23
  • Running with the Devil: New Documentary Traces Harlem Blues Duo Satan & Adam
    Satan and Adam, Harlem, circa late-1980s Mr. Satan had seen better days. Having suffered a stroke, he was convalescing in a nursing home in Gulfport, Florida, unrecognized by the folks around him. Those who knew him as a super-funky, high-octane Harlem street performer, or before that, as the gifted session ... read more
    Source: JazzizPublished on 2019-04-23
  • RECORDING: Swiss Minimalistic Jazz Ensemble Akku Quintet to Release Fourth Album Depart on Trey Gunn’s 7d Media Label
    The Akku Quintet was founded by drummer and composer Manuel Pasquinelli. Says renown writer Sid Smith, 'Best-known for his work in Swiss post-rock minimalist outfit, SONAR, Pasquinelli's writing contains an almost cinematic dimension that encompasses bittersweet moods and moments of unfolding drama.' The band is based in Switzerland, from where ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2019-04-23
  • BIRTHDAY: Jazz Musician of the Day: Alan Broadbent
    All About Jazz is celebrating Alan Broadbent's birthday today! Alan Broadbent was born in Auckland, New Zealand and in 1966, at the age of 19, received a Downbeat Magazine scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston. In 1969 he was asked to join Woody Herman's band as his ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2019-04-23
  • VIDEO / DVD: Bill Evans in England, 1969
    The year 1969 was a busy one for pianist Bill Evans. In January and March, Evans with bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Marty Morell recorded What's New with flutist Jeremy Steig. In February, the trio was recorded furtively at New York's Village Vanguard (The Secret Sessions). Then they moved on ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2019-04-23
  • TECHNOLOGY: Springtime Means New Snapchat Features
    Buckle up Snapchatters! Everyone's favorite now-you-see-it, now-you-don't platform is rolling out a host of new features this spring, including a variety of new filters, and the integration of Shazam, as well as some additional new tools which could help band/artists be more creative and make a bit more of a ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2019-04-23
  • TECHNOLOGY: World’s Most Popular Websites [infographic]
    While we think of quite a few websites as 'popular,' an actual look at the internet's favorite sites reveals just how few really come close to making the cut, and by just how wide of a margin the web's top dogs really rule the roost. Guest post by Bobby Owsinski ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2019-04-23
  • CAREER: Utilizing Video to Promote Your Music
    With so many options available for promoting your music, it can be overwhelming to try and figure out which one is best for you, but video often emerges at the head of the pack. Here we take a deep dive into what it takes to effectively utilize video as a ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2019-04-23
  • The Art Ensemble of Chicago’s Way Forward
    Sometime in 1969, an ad ran in the Chicago Defender, the city’s long-running African-American weekly: “Musician Sells Out!” It was typical of Lester Bowie’s sly sense of humor to use this accusation of compromise as a statement of intent; he was turning his back on a successful career as an R&B ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2019-04-22
  • Tom Harrell: Infinity (HighNote)
    A powerful spirituality illuminates Tom Harrell’s work, but that doesn’t mean that there’s anything pretentious or dogmatic going on. An irrepressible sense of play also abounds; trumpeter/flugelhornist Harrell sounds both delighted by his musical quest and enraptured by what he discovers. “The Fast,” this set’s opener, might easily have been ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2019-04-22
  • Charles Mingus – “Better Git It In Your Soul”
    Bassist, composer, bandleader and jazz iconoclast Charles Mingus was born on this day (April 22) in Nogales, Arizona, in 1922. He would have turned 97. Celebrate his legacy with today’s Song of the Day, “Better Git It In Your Soul,” from his 1959 masterpiece Mingus Ah Um. As an artist, Mingus ... read more
    Source: JazzizPublished on 2019-04-22
  • New Music Monday: Azymuth, Joel Ross, Daniel Wohl & More
    Looking for some Monday motivation? We’ve got you covered. From the debut of the great-grandson of the creator of Gypsy jazz to previously unheard music by jazz fusion giants, here are five new songs you can listen to right now to start your week the right way. Azymuth, “Juntos Mais ... read more
    Source: JazzizPublished on 2019-04-22
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