2012-09-10 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library: We've got some of the great mainstay's of the Jazz scene with New music in the latest adds to the Jazz 88 Music library, including sax-man Jerry Bergonzi, pianist Fred Hersh, and TNJT 2011 guest Pat Martino, plus some New Standards from the latest Native Soul release, and the saxphonist from Grammy winner "The Mosaic Project" Tia Fuller, among others!
Luciana Souza: A fantastic chat on August 27, 2012 about her 2 new releases "The Book of Chet" and "Duos III".
Gregory Page: On September 3, 2012, we had the winner of the San Diego Music Award 2012 Best Jazz Album for "Shine, Shine, Shine" LIVE in the studio to talk about his new disc and perform a solo version on the air.
To listen to the interviews, just go to The New Jazz Thing show page, scroll down to the artist name, and click it to start the interview rolling!
We've got some of the great mainstay's of the Jazz scene with New music in the latest adds to the Jazz 88 Music library, including sax-man Jerry Bergonzi, pianist Fred Hersh, and TNJT 2011 guest Pat Martino, plus some New Standards from the latest Native Soul release, and the saxphonist from Grammy winner "The Mosaic Project" Tia Fuller, among others! We debut all of the New on The New Jazz Thing with Vince Outlaw, Monday, September 10, 2012, 6-8 PM PT!
Here's the Luther Vandross tune "So Amazing" from the new Native Soul disc "One Mind"...
Here at Jazz88.3 we have implemented a very nice technology created and provided by Amazon.com - the ability to search and extract the album cover images of every album played on our radio station, so that we could display them on our website. It works great, when it works. Unfortunately, sometimes people make
mistakes. Of course, I'm not talking about us! I'm talking about those people who actually submit those images to Amazon.
The submission process to Amazon is typically done by the recording company, who produces the albums, but lately it has become possible for the musicians to produce their own albums by themselves. Now-days every musician can record his or her music in a rented studio and then print a small batch of CD's keeping all the profit to him/herself, without sharing it with those greedy label companies.
One of the pillars of our mission, at San Diego's Jazz 88.3, the support of the Arts. Not just Jazz and Blues. In fact, not even "just" music. We see our role as an important vehicle for information about all the arts; as enjoyed through theatre, museums, performance and exhibition. There is a perception that the arts are, well, stuffy. Or high-browed. Or unimportant in today's world.
Well, as it turns out, everyone knew that the arts are fun. The art critic from the Guardian in the UK is merely verbalizing something that we've all known, at least subconsciously, all our lives. We listen to music because it's fun. It makes us feel good. Sometimes it makes us want to dance. Or cry. Or sing along. Music is part of our soul. Music makes our bodies fluid, our hearts light.
Here's some of what happenign on The New Jazz Thing today, Monday, September 3, 2012...Happy Labor Day!
Gregory Page Shines Shines Shines on The New Jazz Thing!Gregory's latest release "Shine, Shine, Shine" just received the 2012 San Diego Music Award Best Jazz Album and he's about to hit the road with several shows in San Diego in September and a trip down under to Australia for a tour in October. We'll chat about that and more
2012-09-03 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library. Among the gems being added this week include trombonist Steve Davis' latest, drummer Lewis Nash, and the always great Big Band sounds of The University of North Texas One O'clock Lab Band.