On The New Jazz Thing, Monday, July 1, 2013 6-8PM PT, LISTEN LIVE 88.3 FM San Diego Jazz88.org GET THE APP AND LISTEN! Last Week we did a solo Google Hangout! (below) TONIGHT? Ask on G+ The New Jazz Thing
2013-07-01 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library: Among the NEW adds to the Jazz 88 Music Library for July 1, 2013 there is an ode to a really HOT place (Baker, CA...home of the BIG thermometer), something new from a Jazz Live San Diego alum (Glenn Cashman), and Ode II to a really COOL CA spot (Bill Frisell's "Big Sur").
Top 10 Countdown Jazzweek.com Jazz Album Chart Monday, July 1, 2013: The new No. 1 this week on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart and most reported (54 stations) is Joe Locke Lay Down My Heart (Motema). Most added (+21) is Dave Liebman / Michael Stephans Lineage (Whaling City). The week’s biggest gainer (+72) is Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet Latin Jazz / Jazz Latin (Patois) and the week’s highest debut is Kenny Barron & The Brazilian Knights Kenny Barron & The Brazilian Knights (Sunnyside).
Playlists are usually posted to TNJT Twitter and Facebook, but not recently as I've been back experimenting with video.. but the playlist needs to be part of the video...G+HOA Gadget/App. Anyway, here's the playlist...click for a larger size:
Among the NEW adds to the Jazz 88 Music Library for July 1, 2013 there is an ode to a really HOT place (Baker, CA...home of the BIG thermometer), something new from a Jazz Live San Diego alum (Glenn Cashman), and Ode II to a really COOL CA spot (Bill Frisell's "Big Sur"). Check out their debut and ALL THE NEW on The New Jazz Thing @Jazz88 with Vince Outlaw, Monday, July 1, 2013, 6-8PM PT!
The full list is after the split, but to raise the temperature a bit before TNJT, here's AguaBella and Baker...
It's that time of the year where the best upcoming musicians and bands from the world's Latin music community converge on New York City for a handful of crazy musical days, otherwise known as the Latin Alternative Music Conference. I'll be in attendance this year and am stoked to get a heads up on who's gonna be hot in the coming months when it comes to Latin alternative music. Here's some acts that I look forward to checking out when I'm out there while trying not to melt from the heat.
LEFT: Scott Joplin, “The King of Ragtime”; RIGHT: Scott Joplin House in St. Louis, Missouri, where the composer lived from 1900 to 1903. It is preserved as a State Historic Site.
The June 23, 2013 edition of Johnny D’s Jazz Journal was the third all-new installment of a show I call “A Trip to the Keys: Jazz on the Family of Keyboard Instruments.” Naturally, such a show will prominently feature the most elegant, most expressive, most dynamic of keyboard instruments, the acoustic piano, but I always look forward to digging up examples of jazz played on organ, harpsichord, celeste, clavichord, synthesizer, and accordion or bandoneon.