Post Tagged with: "Jazz"

Abigail Riccards – Soft Rains Fall (2011)

When I first listened to Chicago-based jazz singer Abigail Riccards I had that strange and wonderful feeling of temporarily “forgetting who I was.” This is the kind of power that music can have

Duke Ellington – The Great London Concerts (1963)

When Duke Ellington strolled out on stage for this 1958 date, it had been 25 years since he’d previously appeared in Europe.

Paul McCartney says: 'I didn’t expect to be singing and playing at the level I am now'

Paul McCartney met with the world media this week to talk about his new album Kisses On The Bottom. Here are some highlights from that webstream

The Wee Trio – Ashes to Ashes: A David Bowie Intraspective (2012)

A finely judged treatment of David Bowie’s music, done without hewing too closely to the old sides — and without fear of going too deep into his catalog for material.

Half Notes: Bill Barner – Ten Tunes (2012)

Longtime reedman Bill Barner has played it all in his career: Dixieland, free jazz, bop, Latino music, fusion jazz, and on and on.

Gimme Five: Jazz's greatest final recordings from John Coltrane, Eric Dolphy, others

“Thank you very much, you make me feel so wonderful. It’s been a pleasure being here but I really must go now, it’s so hot.” — Clifford Brown at the end of his final performance, June 25, 1956

Tony Bennett plans to spice up the third edition of his smash Duets series

This time, Tony Bennett will leave his heart in Latin America.

Tune in as Paul McCartney talks about Kisses on the Bottom during webstream interview

Tune in live to PaulMcCartney.com today (Thursday, January 19) at 11 a.m. Eastern to get an exclusive live behind-the-scenes broadcast of Paul’s Q&A session with some of the world’s media. PaulMcCartney.com will stream 30 minutes of interviews, as the ex-Beatle talks with press from around the world

Something Else! sneak peek: Paul McCartney – Kisses on the Bottom (2012)

Before the Beatles, before he put on that first Little Richard record and saw a whole new world open up before him, Paul McCartney listened to this kind of music.

Jack DeJohnette – Sound Travels (2012)

Jack DeJohnette, the ferociously talented rhythmnist, opens and closes this project at the piano, all alone. There’s a quiet grace about it that belies everything we’ve come in expecting from, you know, a jazz drummer’s record.

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