That Jazz On-Demand December 2017

By | December 10, 2017

Joey Alexander - That Jazz On-Demand

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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That Jazz "Buy What You Hear" December 2017

Caesar FrazierYou Will KnowInstinct
Danny JanklowPhilaforniaElevation
Dave BennettBlood MoonBlood Moon
Dave Bradshaw Jr.Flipside
Delfeayo MarsalisSesame Street ThemeKalamazoo
Eric AlexanderBut Here's The ThingSong Of No Regrets
Eric WyattE-BrotherLook To The Sky
Gary Meek Stella On The Stairs Originals
Houston PersonOur Day Will ComeRain Or Shine
Joey AlexanderRhythm-a-ning (Live)Joey.Monk.Live!
Johnny O'NealAfter The Love Is GoneIn The Moment
Kamasi WashingtonPerspectiveHarmony of Difference
Matt CappyChurch And State Church And State
Michelle ColtraneCove IslandAwakening
Ranky TankyRanky TankyRanky Tanky
Rondi CharlestonResilienceResilience
Sherman Irby MomentumSmile PleaseCerulean Canvas
Tom GuarnaSong For CarabelloThe Wishing Stones
Vincent HerringHard WorkHard Times
Wynton Marsalis & Lincoln Center Jazz OrchestraHymn To FreedomHandful Of Keys
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    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-05-28
  • Leslie Pintchik: You Eat My Food, You Drink My Wine, You Steal My Girl! (Pintch Hard)
    Between the album title (there’s a story behind it, of course) and original tunes named “Happy Dog,” “A Simpler Time” and especially “Your Call Will Be Answered by Our Next Available Representative, in the Order in Which It Was Received. Please Stay on the Line; Your Call Is Important to ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2018-05-27
  • Michelle Coltrane: What’s in a Name?
    She has been singing since childhood and shares one of the most illustrious names in jazz. But, putting family commitments first, Michelle Coltrane, daughter of Alice and stepdaughter of John (who died when she was 6), waited until her mid-30s to record her debut album, I Think of You. It ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2018-05-27
  • RECORDING: “Hourglass” – New Release by Toronto-Based Singer/Songwriter Howard Gladstone with Special Guest Laura Fernandez!
    Toronto singer-songwriter Howard Gladstone released Hourglass -- his fifth album of original contemporary folk/roots music in the U.S.A. on June 15, 2018. Three years after spinal surgery Howard Gladstone has returned to music with a higher level of commitment and inspiration, and deeper understanding of its' healing power. Gladstone has ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-05-27
  • BIRTHDAY: Jazz Musician of the Day: Ramsey Lewis
    All About Jazz is celebrating Ramsey Lewis' birthday today! Composer and pianist Ramsey Lewis has been referred to as 'the great performer", a title reflecting his performance style and musical selections which display his early gospel playing and classical training along with his love of jazz and other musical forms. ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-05-27
  • PERFORMANCE / TOUR: Jean Luc Ponty to Tour the US Summer 2018
    Legendary French violinist Jean Luc Ponty and his band will be continuing their 'Atlantic Years' tour in the US beginning August 2018! Jean Luc Ponty is a pioneer and undisputed master of the violin in the arena of jazz and rock. He is widely regarded as an innovator who has ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-05-26
  • BIRTHDAY: Jazz Musician of the Day: Miles Davis
    All About Jazz is celebrating Miles Davis' birthday today! Throughout a professional career lasting 50 years, Miles Davis played the trumpet in a lyrical, introspective, and melodic style, often employing a stemless harmon mute to make his sound more personal and intimate. But if his approach to his instrument was ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-05-26
  • CAREER: 5 Web Tools for Musicians to Try
    In this piece Fiona Z shares five recently discovered valuable tools artists can use to improve their online experience, streamline social media usage, edit video, sign online paperwork and more! Guest post from Fiona Z Lately, I've been diving into summits, podcasts and I've also signed up to go to ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-05-26
  • MUSIC INDUSTRY: How Record Labels Screwed up the Music Industry, and How Spotify, Apple Saved Them
    ALTERNATIVE TAKE: Mike Masnick explores the sordid history of how the record labels' behavior in the early days of the internet literally brought the music industry to its knees, and how these same labels have been saved by the tech industry led by Apple and Spotify. By Mike Masnick from ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-05-26
  • CAREER: Why Twitter Still Matters for Musicians
    Although some self-promoting musicians may choose to eschew the platfrom, Chris Robley here details why the controversial social network still holds significant value for artists as promotional tool, particularly in comparison to some of the other social media platforms out there. Guest post by Chris Robley of DIY Musician ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-05-26
  • TV / FILM: Jeff Sultanof on an Important Film Reborn
    Composer, arranger, educator and jazz authority Jeff Sultanof occasionally honors Rifftides with his insights. This is one of those happy occasions. Jeff has seen a restoration of King Of Jazz, a pioneering film from the days when motion picture studios had decided that sound was here to stay. King Of ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-05-26
  • MUSIC INDUSTRY: The Reason Record Labels Hate Free Streaming Tiers
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    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2018-05-26
  • Composer Mica Bethea a Hometown Hero at Jacksonville Jazz Fest
    There’s no shortage of swing and groove in the music of composer Mica Bethea. But if listeners also detect undercurrents of courage, determination and faith, they wouldn’t be mistaken. Bethea is an artist with sweeping vision and boundless ambition, but off the stage, he’s an equally inspiring figure. In 2005, ... read more
    Source: JazzizPublished on 2018-05-25
  • Todd Marcus: Streets of Baltimore
    Rising jazz star Todd Marcus lives just three blocks from Gilmor Homes, the Baltimore housing project where Freddie Gray lived and was arrested in 2015. Marcus didn’t grow up in the poverty-plagued Sandtown neighborhood, but the New Jersey native started volunteering there as a 19-year-old college student, moved in two ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2018-05-25
  • Live Review: Dave Burrell Night in Brooklyn
    Fifty years ago, pianist Dave Burrell first announced his presence as a leader on disc with High Won-High Two. The album revealed an artist whose training at the University of Hawaii, Berklee College of Music and in the bands of Archie Shepp, Pharoah Sanders and Marion Brown had already made ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2018-05-25

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