June 28, 2014
The full spectrum of Jazz, including vocals, groove, world, international, and progressive are represented in the New Adds to the Jazz 88 Music Library
for Monday, June 30, 2014 with San Diego connections with the first release of local group The Applebrown Jazz Ensemble ("The Way On Up") and Azar Lawrence ("Seeker") who recently played a John Coltrane Tribute show here. You can check out their debut on The New Jazz Thing @Jazz88, Monday, June 30 2014 between 6 and 8 PM PT! The full list, with additional annotations and your chance to comment on this week's New, is after the split...
- THE APPLEBROWN JAZZ ENSEMBLE – “THE WAY ON UP”
- LINDSEY BLAIR QUARTET – “A NEW DAWN”
- KRIS DAVIS – “WAITING FOR YOU TO GROW”
- KEVIN HILDEBRANDT – “TOLERANCE”
- JUA – “COLORS OF LIFE”
- AZAR LAWRENCE – “SEEKER”
- “TONI LINCOLN”
- ELIO VILLAFRANCA AND THE JASS SYNCOPATERS – “CARIBBEAN TINGE”
- JACOB YOUNG – “FOREVER YOUNG”
- DENNY ZEITLIN – “STAIRWAY TO THE STARS”
|The trials and tribulations of presenting live radio programs. It's not from nothing that I have a little grumpiness right now. Oh, that was two days ago. See how time flies?|
- Tiki taka with JD Allen, then Rudy Royston, then Todd Sickafoose. Not choreographed but available without hesitation so when the opportunity shows itself there is only reaction, no thinking. Aside: tiki taka is the quick flowing ball control made famous by Barcelona FC. What? Creative Music is like soccer! You heard it here first.
- Steve Lacy played Monk better than anyone. Tempo and intervals, tricky but just right.
- The second hour may be available at the Speakeasy beginning Sunday morning, for a limited time.
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