|I have been operating on the assumption that it's the 9th of May. Forty five minutes left in the day and I just found out it's the 8th. Could be worse, somehow. And now, Program Notes:|
- John McNeil arranged a great spin on Giuffre's 'The Train And The River,' and I played 'Sugar Craft' instead of 'Whatever Happened To Gus' by MMW. Once a year I make myself go to a different tune from Combustication. It's only because WHTG is the most perfect assemblage of ideas ever.
- Each layer of Free Time has brought some new angle to fascinate me so I'm hoping it's doing the same for you. Joseph Jarman, Steve Lehman (spotlight on Damion Reid), Steve Lacy, Shadow Boxer's Delight (unreal), Jason Kao Hwang, Tin/Bag (Free Time can be pretty, too), and Andrew Hill to end the show.
- May 25th, check the Jazz Calendar for the Jazz Workshop event.
Thanks for listening.
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- Jazz 88 Speakeasy (On-Demand, Click To Play): The New Jazz Thing (Entire Show), Monday, May 5, 2014 (2:01:20)
- Jazz 88 Speakeasy: Alan Broadbent "America The Beautiful" Interview, Monday, May 5, 2014 (22:55)
- Alan Broadbent - Multi-Grammy Winning pianist Alan Broadbent released his latest CD "America The Beautiful" with the NDR Big Band on his 67th birthday, April 23, 2014. He has worked with Woody Herman, Natalie Cole, Sir Paul McCartney, Charlie Haden's Quartet West, and on 15 CD's of his own. His new release is his way of "giving thanks to the country and its people that gave him a life in music, an homage to the American spirit." We'll be playing music from the new release and chatting about it and his illustrious career.
- 2014.5.5 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library - All The New @Jazz88 Debuts on The New Jazz Thing!
- Top 10 Countdown of the Jazzweek.com Jazz Album Chart May 5, 2015: No. 1 for a second week on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart and most reported (55 stations) is Monty Alexander Harlem-Kingston Express Vol 2: The River Rolls On (Motema). The biggest gainer (+61) is Eric Alexander Chicago Fire (HighNote). Most added (+16) is Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band Landmarks (Blue Note). The week’s top debut (No. 17) is Alan Broadbent and NDR Bigband America The Beautiful (Jan Matthies).
- Last week on The New Jazz Thing, Monday, April 28, 2014...
- Previously on The New Jazz Thing!
- Jazz 88 Speakeasy: Allison Adams Tucker "April In Paris" Interview, Monday, April 21, 2014 (19:54)
- Jazz 88 Speakeasy: Whitney Shay / Jamie Valle / Jodie Hill Julie London Tribute Preview and Performance, Monday, April 14, 2014 (10:30)
- Jazz 88 Speakeasy: Kendra Shank / John Stowell "New York Conversations" CD and Performance Preview, Monday, April 14, 2014 (20:53)
- Jazz 88 Speakeasy: Vincent Herring "The Uptown Shuffle" Interview, Monday February 10, 2014 (18:11)
A full list of New picked out especially for our Jazz 88 listeners for play by your favorite hosts starting Monday, May 5, 2014! You can hear The New debut on The New Jazz Thing @Jazz88 with Vince Outlaw
, Monday, May 5, 2014, 6-8 PM PT!
Here's what we've got. Below is the full list, with additional annotations, along with your chance to comment on this week's New!
- PETER BRENDLER – “OUTSIDE THE LINE”
- KAT GANG – “DREAM YOUR TROUBLES AWAY”
- LETIZIA GAMBI – “INTRODUCING LETIZIA GAMBI”
- JARED GOLD – “JG3+3”
- ELIAS HASLINGER – “LIVE AT THE GALLERY”
- NATHAN HUBBARD – “ENCINITAS AND EVERYTHING AFTER, VOL.4”
- STEVE KROON – “ON THE #1”
- ENRICO PIERANUNZI / MARC JOHNSON / JOEY BARON – “MORRICONE 1 & 2”
- ARTURO O’FARRILL & THE AFRO LATIN JAZZ ORCHESTRA – “THE OFFENSE OF THE DRUM”
- MARIO PAVONE – “STREET SONGS”
- BRIA SKONBERG – “INTO YOUR OWN”
- ERIC STARR GROUP – “SUCH IS LIFE”
- J.C.STYLLES – “BLAKEY GREASE”
- CATERINA ZAPPONI – “ROMANTICA”
|An image from somewhere in the pages of William S. Burroughs comes close to dramatically summarizing my mind of late, "a blizzard of glass shards." Google doesn't back me up on this but it doesn't matter. Tonight was really about making it "just this" and not "that."|
- Dusk, by Andrew Hill, sounded especially beautiful tonight. The Sun Died, as reconstructed by Ellery Eskelin, was superb. Apparently, context is everything. Some close calls really showed the value of my Index of Possibilities theory. Similar to Cecil Taylor's "...just don't hesitate."
- Cecil Taylor, Dewey Redman, and Elvin Jones. Lots of space and power.
- Grachan Moncur III has a real way with making a tune hum. Love And Hate, from Exploration.
Thanks for listening.
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