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2012-06-02 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 Library Blog - New This WeekAuthor: Vince Outlaw Posted on: June 2, 2012
Here's the New we are adding to the Jazz 88 Music library and debuting on The New Jazz Thing with Vince Outlaw on Monday, June 4, 2012 6-8 PM PT!

TYLER GILMORE’S NINTH AND LINCOLN-with Cuong Vu – “STATIC LINE
(Conductor, constructing a big band album that fuses jazz and experimental Influences, all while exploring the theme of World War II era music and its role in moral and propaganda of the time. The date features Grammy winning trumpeter Cuong Vu). – Dazzle Recordings

JOSH QUINLAN QUINTET – “MOUNTAIN TIME STANDARDS”
(Saxophonist with his debut release featuring ten straight-ahead originals inspired by life in Colorado and the unique mountain landscape). – Dazzle Recordings

KENNY WHEELER BIG BAND – “THE LONG WAITING”
(Flugelhorn/trumpeter leading a brass-heavy, nineteen-piece, big band doing original compositions and arrangements with vocals by Diana Torto). – Cam Jazz

MIKE FREEMAN ZONA VIBE – “THE VIBESMAN”
(Vibe player with fifth recording as leader. The date thrives on its multicultural beat, grounded in jazz, Latin jazz, and salsa originals). – VOF Recordings

MARC COPLAND – “SOME MORE LOVE SONGS”
(Pianist led modern jazz session with his sequel to “Some Love Songs”. Date includes a variety of jazz love songs). – Pirouet

ELIZABETH! – “BRAINCHILDREN”
(Vocalist/trombonist/songwriter backed by a trio, with a number of special guests doing all originals). – Canopy Jazz

VERONNEAU – “JAZZ SAMBA PROJECT”
(Vocal project, made up of popular international artists. The date was inspired by the 1962 hit “Jazz Samba”, and includes bossa nova tunes and treatments of contemporary jazz and pop classics). – Independent

STACEY KENT – “DREAMER IN CONCERT”
(First live recorded performance by this vocalist, which took place in Paris. Backed by a quartet, she delivers interpretations of the Great American Songbook as well as a number of interesting French standards). – Blue Note

RICH THOMPSON TRIO – “GENERATIONS”
(A veteran drummer leading a trio, as they put their spin on jazz standards and modern originals). – Origin

BEEGIE ADAIR TRIO – “THE REAL THING – LIVE”
(Pianist in a live-recorded session that took place at “The Cave” at the Nashville Jazz Workshop. Performance includes twelve compositions, with a mix of classic standards and ballads). – Green Hill

PAUL VAN KEMENADE – “KAISEI NARI”
(Alto saxophonist, performing duos and trios with Han Bennink and Aki Takase. An edgy session). – Independent

VIRGINIA SCHENCK – “VA” *title represents the basics of who she is; first & last letter of her name.
(Vocalist backed by a piano, bass and drum trio, doing arrangements on a varietyof jazz tunes). – Airborne Ecstasy

DAVID REINHARDT TRIO – “COLOMBE”
(Guitarist, (grandson of Django Reinhardt), leading a trio in a wide repertoire of original material and classics. – Cristal Records
This Is The New Jazz Thing Monday June 4 2012 - Terri Lyne Carrington - David Weiss
Blog Name: The New Jazz Thing with Vince OutlawAuthor: Vince Outlaw Posted on: June 2, 2012
Coming up on The New Jazz Thing this Monday, June 4, 2012 (Listen Now) ....
  • UPDATE: INTERVIEW ONLINE ON THE TNJT SHOW PAGETerri Lyne Carrington sits in on TNJT to chat about her 2012 Grammy Award for Best Vocal Album for "The Mosaic Project", her upcoming performance with the Mosaic gals on Day 2 of the June 16-17, 2012 Playboy Jazz Festival at the Hollywood Bowl, and her upcoming

  • UPDATE: INTERVIEW ONLINE ON THE TNJT SHOW PAGE David Weiss of The Cookers (Billy Harper: Tenor Sax, Eddie Henderson and David Weiss: Trumpets, Craig Handy: Alto Sax, George Cables: Piano, Cecil McBee: Bass, Billy Hart: Drums) hangs with us in Hour 2 of The New as the band celebrate their 5th year working together with their new disc "Believe" and a performance at Day 2 of the June 16-17, 2012 Playboy Jazz Festival at the Hollywood Bowl. We'll chat about that, dig music from the New, and chat about some of David's other projects including his Point of Departure band.

  • 2012-06-02 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library including Kenny Wheeler, Marc Copland, Veronneau, and Stacey Kent among others!
  • More Jazz News!
  • UPDATE: Playlist from the show (beta)...
    • June 4th at 7 PM Hour
      7:56 PMMarc Copland“I Remember You” — Some More Love Songs
      7:44 PMThe Cookers“Free For All” — Believe
      7:33 PMThe Cookers“Temptation(s)” — Believe
      7:23 PMThe Cookers“Believe, For It Is True” — Believe
      7:20 PMThe Cookers“Believe, For It Is True” — Believe
      7:15 PMMike Freeman ZonaVibe“Jigsaw Puzzle” — The Vibesman
      7:11 PMStacey Kent“Ces Petits Riens” — Stacey Kent - Dreamer In Concert
      7:06 PMTerri Lyne Carrington“Crayola” — The Mosaic Project
      June 4th at 6 PM Hour
      6:55 PMTerri Lyne Carrington“I Got Lost In His Arms” — The Mosaic Project
      6:44 PMTerri Lyne Carrington“Transformation” — The Mosaic Project
      6:35 PMRich Thompson Trio“Blues Connotation” — Generations
      6:29 PMThe Beegie Adair Trio“Besamé Mucho” — The Real Thing: Live
      6:24 PMVeronneau“E' Luxo Su'” — Jazz Samba Project
      6:11 PMJosh Quinlan Quintet“Sus It Out” — Mountain Time Standards
      6:06 PMKenny Wheeler“Canter N.6” — The Long Waiting
      6:00 PMDavid Reinhardt Trio“XV” — Colombe
This Is The New Jazz Thing Monday May 28 2012
Blog Name: The New Jazz Thing with Vince OutlawAuthor: Vince Outlaw Posted on: May 27, 2012
Coming up on The New Jazz Thing, Monday 6-8 PM PT, May 28, 2012 (Listen Now, Feed on: Facebook http://Facebook.com/TheNewJazzThing, Twitter @TNJT ...




  • LATE UPDATE: Steve Smith jazz fusion drummer extraordinaire will be chatting with me about his new disc "LIVE! One Great Night", his upcoming 5/31 Anthology SD gig, and his Jazz 88 Profile on Barry Farrar's Percussive Profiles this week.


2012-05-28 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 Library Blog - New This WeekAuthor: Vince Outlaw Posted on: May 27, 2012
The bounty of NEW continNEWs and we'll be adding this to the Jazz 88 Playlist this Monday, May 28, 2012 6-8 PM PT on The New Jazz Thing with Vince Outlaw!

"KRIS BERG & THE METROPLEXITY BIG BAND” – THIS TIME/LAST YEAR
(Composer/arranger on first project as bandleader, featuring special guests on a mix of originals and other arrangements). – Mama Records

"CITIZEN RHYTHEM” – OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE
(Bay area quartet fusion project led by multi-award winning guitarist Terrence Brewer, doing arrangements of Miles Davis, Corea, Shorter, and Mingus tunes).– Strong Brew Records

"DAN CAVANAGH TRIO” – THE HEART OF THE GEYSER
(Pianist leading a straight-ahead session performing all originals and a highlight cover of Chick Corea’s “Matrix”). – OA2

“THE COOKERS” - BELIEVE
(Jazz super group celebrating their fifth anniversary as a working ensemble, the project features an all-star lineup of collectively written originals). – Motema

“APRIL HALL” – ROOM FOR TWO
(Vocalist, doing unique duo parings with a variety of musicians. Original illustrations are by Lennie Peterson, with original poetry by James Cudworth). – Bee Boy Records

“GET THE BLESSING” - OCDC
(UK’s award-winning and premiere contemporary quartet with their third release. The date offers gritty saxophone melodies, driving rhythms, and moody guitar riffs that mix many eras and genres into a hybrid fusion). – Naim

“BEN HAUGLAND” – POINT OF NO RETURN
(Pianist-led sextet, with first date as leader. Draws from his love of hard bop, modern jazz styles and features his work as a composer and arranger). – Dazzle Recordings

“FLORIAN HOEFNER GROUP” – SONGS WITHOUT WORDS
(A quartet session, led by this native German, now New York-based pianist. Presents a set of all unique modern jazz original compositions). – OA2

“CARMEN INTORRE JR.” – FOR THE SOUL
(Drummer offering a wide range of organ-based soulful styles on his debut release. The Album covers music from Stevie Wonder and Steely Dan to Chick Corea and Weather Report). – Random Act Records

“JAMES LEARY” - TOGETHER
(Bassist/composer with a compilation of original compositions, with the first seven tracks showcasing a unique big band sound recorded and released on vinyl in 1980. The remaining six tracks were taken from various sessions produced in Southern California during the 1990’s). – LifeForce Jazz

“RAINCHECK”
(Guitar, piano, bass and drum quartet comprised by Steve Kovalcheck [guitar]. Straight-ahead jazz that preserves the swinging hard bop music of the 60s. All originals). – Dazzle Recordings

“SHIRLEY” – FROM A BRIGHT CLEARING
(Progressive project. An octet that presents an eclectic mix of boundary-pushing electronic music, borrowing influences from jazz, drum-and-bass, funk, and rock). – Dazzle Recordings

“STEVE SMITH and VITAL INFORMATION” – LIVE! ONE GREAT NIGHT
(Drummer and founder of this jazz/fusion juggernaut group releases a live-recorded set from a date played at a small venue called The Mobius in Ashland, Oregon, 2007. Features an all-star lineup serving up some slamming funk, second-line grooves to some swinging up-tempo B-3 burners. They are currently on their 30th anniversary tour with a stop at Anthology on May 31st.). - BFM

“THE SUGARMAN 3” – WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW
(Retro funk group out of New York with an instrumental soul album layered in blues and gospel, sunshine pop and the rhythmic groove of soul jazz). – Daptone

“FRANK UNZUETA” – THOUGHTS REVEALED
(Southern California-based pianist leading a straight-ahead trio in his debut record. Features a set of nine originals). – Sunstone Records
This Is The New Jazz Thing Monday May 21 2012 Gretchen Parlato Jeff Lorber
Blog Name: The New Jazz Thing with Vince OutlawAuthor: Vince Outlaw Posted on: May 20, 2012
Tune into The New Jazz Thing with Vince Outlaw, Monday May 21, 2012 6-8 PM PT, @Jazz88 88.3 FM San Diego webcast LIVE at http://Jazz88.org, for a great show, including...
  • Gretchen Parlato (@GretchenParlato, 6:40 PM PT): Gretchen continued working toward her vision on her 2011 release "The Lost and Found", with a slight side-trip participating in Terri Lyne Carrington's Mosaic Project...which won the 2012 Best Vocal Album Grammy...which will be reprised at the 2012 Playboy Jazz Festival. We will chat about all that and MORE! 


  • 2012-05-21 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library: A full spectrum of New Jazz Music being added to the Jazz 88 Music Library and Playlist this week, including Brian Bromberg (feature TNJT 5/21/12 guest Jeff Lorber), Grammy-nominated vocalist Melody Gardot, Arturo Sandoval's new tribute to Dizzy, and a couple new San Diego disc from The Mission Bay Preservationists (leader JP Balmat recently on TNJT) and the Styletones (funk it up!)!
  • Plucking out some Jazz News, Jazz Charts, and more!!

Coming up next week, Monday 5/28/12 on TNJT, Eric Person will be chatting about his 6/2 gig with TrioKinesis here in San Diego

2012-05-21 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 Library Blog - New This WeekAuthor: Vince Outlaw Posted on: May 20, 2012
A full spectrum of New Jazz Music being added to the Jazz 88 Music Library and Playlist this week, including Brian Bromberg (feature TNJT 5/21/12 guest Jeff Lorber), Grammy-nominated vocalist Melody Gardot, Arturo Sandoval's new tribute to Dizzy, and a couple new San Diego disc from The Mission Bay Preservationists (leader JP Balmat recently on TNJT) and the Styletones (funk it up!)! To hear this New first, check out the debut's  on The New Jazz Thing with Vince Outlaw, Monday, May 21, 2012, 6-8 PM PT!

DEAD CAT BOUNCE – “CHANCE EPISODES”
(Boston-based sextet headed by saxophonist/composer Matt Steckler. The date is
an edgy session that draws inspiration from blues and funk, as well as Caribbean,
Brazilian and West African traditions). – Cuneiform

BRIAN BROMBERG – “COMPARED TO THAT”
(Grammy-nominated bassist with a live studio release that includes eight original
compositions, a ten-piece horn section, a full orchestra string section and a
supportive cast that features artists such as Jeff Lorber, Bela Fleck, Randy
Brecker, Vinny Colaiuta and many others. Showcases a variety of jazz styles).
– Artistry

ROGER CHONG - “SEND A LITTLE LOVE”
(Quartet session by this Toronto-based guitarist and composer with his sophomore
effort. Features a set of mostly originals, all, which have a mellow and melodic
style of play). – Independent

AMIT FRIEDMAN SEXTET – “SUNRISE”
(Tenor/soprano saxophonist with the sextet’s debut album. The date has unique
arrangements that fuse elements of world music with special emphasis on Middle
Eastern music, but still staying loyal jazz tradition). - Origin

MELODY GARDOT – “THE ABSENCE”
(Third release from this Grammy-nominated vocalist. Together with an all star
band, the collection features all originals that reflect the music of varied cultures
visited during her last tour). – Decca

ALLAN HARRIS – “CONVERGENCE”
(Vocalist, accompanied by pianist Takana Miyamoto, honoring the
collaboration(s) between Tony Bennett and Bill Evans. The collaboration consists
of two albums: The Tony Bennett/ Bill Evans Album and Together Again).
– Love Productions

THE MISSION BAY PRESERVATIONISTS – “NEW ORLEANS PRESERVES”
(Mission Bay High School Jazz Ensemble under the direction of Jean-Paul
Balmat. The release focuses on the city of New Orleans, with everything from
Dixieland, gospel, boogie-woogie, swing, Cajun, Afro-Cuban, and brass band).
– Independent

BEN POWELL – “NEW STREET”
(British violist leading a quartet, plus a trio that pays tribute to French violinist
Stephane Grappelli. The trio features Gary Burton and Julian Lage doing three
tunes, one of which is the albums centerpiece written for Burton by Grappelli in
1969, but never recorded by Burton until now). - Independent

ANNE SAJDERA – “AZUL”
(Bay area pianist/composer in a straight-ahead quartet session, showcasing a
repertoire of originals, standards, and other jazz tunes). – Bijuri Records

ARTURO SANDOVAL – “DEAR DIZ”
(Trumpeter-led session paying tribute to Dizzy Gillespie. Features top-shelf
musicians such as Burton, Mintzer and DeFrancesco doing Gillespie compositions
framed in big band arrangements spotlighting elements of bebop). - Concord

STYLETONES
(San Diegan group delivering a wide selection of energized punky-funk, soul,
blues, lounge and R&B). - Independent
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