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November, 2012

This Is The New Jazz Thing Monday November 26 2012 - George Cole Joe Garrison and Night People
Blog Name: The New Jazz Thing with Vince OutlawAuthor: Vince Outlaw Posted on: November 26, 2012
Tonight on the show....
George Cole and Joe Garrison and Night People LIVE on The New Jazz Thing Monday November 26 2012
Blog Name: The New Jazz Thing with Vince OutlawAuthor: Vince Outlaw Posted on: November 24, 2012
Looking forward to interviews and New Jazz Music with guitarist George Cole and San Diego's own Joe Garrison & Night People featuring Gilbert Castellanos among others, on The New Jazz Thing this Monday, November 26, 2012, 6-8 PM PT. More details after the split...
Joe Marillo Interview on Offramp with T. Michael Crowell
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 BlogAuthor: San Diego's Jazz 88.3 Posted on: November 19, 2012

Joe Marillo has been a force in the San Diego jazz scene since the mid-1970s when he began bringing top-name jazz musicians to Mission Beach's Catamaran Hotel. He's a fine tenor sax player in his own right and, as a teacher, Joe has helped many an aspiring jazz player learn the rudiments of the music. Now 80, Joe's brings a lot of things to the table, but his most important asset is the size of his heart. It's huge. Joe Marillo recently sat down with Offramp's host T. Michael Crowell to talk about his life in music.




This Is The New Jazz Thing Monday November 19 2012
Blog Name: The New Jazz Thing with Vince OutlawAuthor: Posted on: November 19, 2012
Tonight on the show...
2012-11-19 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 Library Blog - New This WeekAuthor: Posted on: November 19, 2012
Getting near the end of the year and the New continues...

JACOB ANDERSKOV – “GRANULAR ALCHEMY”
(Pianist leads an international quartet in a session of all progressive originals).

ANTHONY BRANKER & ASCENT – “TOGETHER”
(Composer & Musical Director bringing together a swinging quintet of soulful
performances. All music composed and arranged by Anthony).

BRIAN CLANCY – “INTRODUCING BRIAN CLANCY”
(Young saxophonist with his debut album. A quartet doing compositions of Clancy’s
musical upbringing, including tunes from jazz icons such as Coltrane, Nat King Cole, and
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller). - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWDP2Knalj8

HAL GALPER TRIO – “AIREGIN REVISITED”
(Pianist leads a trio offering a set of straight-ahead originals and some classic bop tunes.)

JEFF JOHNSON – “SUITCASE”
(Collective improvising quartet led by this bassist doing all originals inspired by Ernest
Hemingway and his way of writing).

BOBBY MATOS – “AFRICAN LATIN JAZZ ENSEMBLE”
(Afro Latin percussionist, composer/arranger, and Jazz Live performer doing collective
tunes inspired by band members families and influences).

PAUL TYNAN & AARON LINGTON – “BICOASTAL COLLECTIVE: CHAPTER 3”
(Canadian trumpeter and California-based saxophonist with their third recording on
the Bicoastal Collective series. The duo combines a quartet of improvisers for a set of
dynamic originals).

BEN WARFIELD – “A WINDOW THAT SHOWS THE MOON”
(Trumpeter/flugelhorn player and his New York jazz octet doing straight-ahead tunes
arranged and composed by him). - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNgKcFMg6b0

MICHAEL WEBSTER – “MOMENTUS”
(New York-based saxophonist/composer leads a sextet presenting a collection of nine
original compositions. Textural and orchestral options stretched out a bit).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYv0K2Nw02E
Jaime Valle Jazz Quartet at Jazz Live Photos
Blog Name: Jazz LiveAuthor: San Diego's Jazz 88.3 Posted on: November 15, 2012
Special thanks to Thomas Westerlin for taking these photos at Jazz Live this past Tuesday night! Plenty more to look at after the jump...!

Ron Dhanifu: A Lifetime of Radio Activity
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 BlogAuthor: San Diego's Jazz 88.3 Posted on: November 15, 2012
Here's a recent article written by Robert Bush about Jazz 88.3 host Ron Dhanifu's life in radio that was originally published in the San Diego Troubador.  


It’s always been about the radio for me.
—Ron Dhanifu

“I feel like I was born to do this,” says Ron Dhanifu. Dhanifu mans the afternoon slot, from 1-4pm, on KSDS, the local jazz station. When he says he was born to be a disk jockey, he speaks from experience. He’s spent 40 years in radio, 30 of them (in two installments) at KSDS.
Jazz Live Photos of 2012
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 BlogAuthor: San Diego's Jazz 88.3 Posted on: November 13, 2012
Here's some photos of the past Jazz Live performances for 2012. Lots more after the jump!



Read full article at: Jazz Live Photos of 2012
2012-11-12 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 Library Blog - New This WeekAuthor: Marcus Rosario Posted on: November 12, 2012
Here are this week's new adds to the Jazz 88.3 library. Lots of good stuff as always!

Check it out after the jump!

Red Bull - Marketing Genius??
Blog Name: Riffs on RadioAuthor: Ann Bauer , Underwriting Account ManagerPosted on: November 8, 2012

So, am I the only one who didn't pay much attention to the stunt when the guy broke the sound barrier?  I guess 8 million people watched it live, but when I saw the story on the web, I thought, "Ho hum."  It's not that it wasn't a feat, and must have been incredibly frightening and cool at the same time, but I was hardly overwhelmed with excitement.  And, here's the kicker, I didn't even read the writing all over the guy's suit.  There.  I said it.  I didn't even notice it.  Sponosors' logos on sportswear have become ubiquitous.  Like graffiti, they make people's eyes glaze over.  

And yet, marketing people are all abuzz about the marketing genius of Red Bull Stratos further blurring the lines of differentiation between advertising, cause marketing and blatant self-promotion. 

Was this a brilliant was to sell more product?  Probably.  As a non-user of energy drinks in general, my loss is no big deal to them.  Besides, I'm hardly in the demo.  

But from another point of view, I can't think of much that would make me less likely to ever consider the purchase of a Red Bull can.  I find this stunt environmentally offensive.  The author of the post says, "The beauty of Red Bull Stratos is that it's not just a sensational stunt, but a business move that could translate into estimated sales of tens of millions of dollars, according to Ben Sturner, founder and CEO of Leverage Agency, a New York City-based sports, entertainment and media marketing company."  Ick. 

Read full article at: Red Bull - Marketing Genius??
Red Bull - Marketing Genius??
Blog Name: Riffs on RadioAuthor: Ann Bauer , Underwriting Account ManagerPosted on: November 8, 2012
So, am I the only one who didn't pay much attention to the stunt when the guy broke the sound barrier?  I guess 8 million people watched it live, but when I saw the story on the web, I thought, "Ho hum."  It's not that it wasn't a feat, and must have been incredibly frightening and cool at the same time, but I was hardly overwhelmed with excitement.  And, here's the kicker, I didn't even read the writing all over the guy's suit.  There.  I said it.  I didn't even notice it.  Sponosors' logos on sportswear have become ubiquitous.  Like graffiti, they make people's eyes glaze over.  

And yet, marketing people are all abuzz about the marketing genius of Red Bull Stratos further blurring the lines of differentiation between advertising, cause marketing and blatant self-promotion. 

Was this a brilliant was to sell more product?  Probably.  As a non-user of energy drinks in general, my loss is no big deal to them.  Besides, I'm hardly in the demo.  

But from another point of view, I can't think of much that would make me less likely to ever consider the purchase of a Red Bull can.  I find this stunt environmentally offensive.  The author of the post says, "The beauty of Red Bull Stratos is that it's not just a sensational stunt, but a business move that could translate into estimated sales of tens of millions of dollars, according to Ben Sturner, founder and CEO of Leverage Agency, a New York City-based sports, entertainment and media marketing company."  Ick. 

The author goes on to brag about the excellence of the Red Bull Air Race.  Again, Ick.  Why?  

The Air Race is loud, intrusive and annoying.  And it wastes a ton of fossil fuel!  Sorry, I just can't get behind the "genius" of a company that pollutes the air all in the pursuit of tens of millions of dollars.  Yes, I think free enterprise is a good thing.  And no, I don't think that profit is inherently bad. I just think that being environmentally respectful is everyone's responsibility.  I also resent the subliminally intended advertising.  That's no good for anybody.  

This Is The New Jazz Thing Monday November 5 2012 - George Cables
Blog Name: The New Jazz Thing with Vince OutlawAuthor: Vince Outlaw Posted on: November 5, 2012
Here's some of what's happening on The New Jazz Thing on Monday, November 5, 2012...
  • George Cables! The great Jazz pianist's new release "My Muse" is at #1 on the Jazzweek Jazz Charts for the top disc in all of Jazz Radio and he will be with us in Hour 2 of The New (7-8 PM PT) to talk about this fantastic New work! Update: listen to the interview here!
2012-11-05 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 Library Blog - New This WeekAuthor: Vince Outlaw Posted on: November 5, 2012
Lots of great new Jazz vocals being added to the Jazz 88 Music Library this week, including former San Diegan Cath Eckert (known now as Cat Conner), plus Big Band, Guitar (with and without Organ), some well known players (Houston Person, Frank Kimbrough), and some international Jazz. You can hear it all debuted Monday, November 5, 2012 from 6 to 8 PM PT on The New Jazz Thing with Vince Outlaw!

Here's some live video of Cat Connor to wet your whistle for The New...



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