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"Circle Dance"

The Paul Motian Quartet, 25 August 2010
The Village Vanguard, New York

Personnel: Paul Motian (dr, leader)
Tony Malaby (ts)
Mark Turner (ts)
Bill Frisell (g)

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Aug
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Aug
15th
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via jazzchannel:

So What

from The Pizza Tapes with Jerry Garcia, David Grisman, & Tony Rice

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funkthisjazz:

Lonnie Smith - People Sure Act Funny (by OriginalSamples)

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From American Routes:

From today’s Featured Archive Spotlight, check out our interview with Creole banjo player Don Vappie. Vappie plays traditional jazz on his banjo, reworking Jelly Roll Morton charts, and collaborating with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.

From American Routes:

From today’s Featured Archive Spotlight, check out our interview with Creole banjo player Don Vappie. Vappie plays traditional jazz on his banjo, reworking Jelly Roll Morton charts, and collaborating with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.

Aug
14th
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Jazz On A Summer’s Day, A Film By Bert Stern.

Filmed at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival

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1962 Newport Jazz Festival

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nprfreshair:

All these years later, Burton’s old country and rock associations leave a mark on his new quartet.

nprfreshair:

All these years later, Burton’s old country and rock associations leave a mark on his new quartet.

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Jul
24th
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A great interview by public radio’s American Routes of the saxophonist and Detroit native Yusef Lateef. If you’re not listening to this program every week, you’re missing one of the very best things that can be found on the American radio dial anywhere.

A great interview by public radio’s American Routes of the saxophonist and Detroit native Yusef Lateef. If you’re not listening to this program every week, you’re missing one of the very best things that can be found on the American radio dial anywhere.

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What Was It You Wanted?

First the Bob Dylan Original, then an instrumental cover by The Jamie Saft Trio.

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americanroutes:

Missed the Preservation Hall Jazz Band and the Del McCoury Band on Letterman?

Here’s the video from last night — they performed “I’ll Fly Away”, with each band trading verses and then coming together at the end. Hear more jam sessions from Del and the Pres Hall Band on our 4th of July show.

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May
27th
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nprfreshair:

Kevin Whitehead reviews Ambrose Akinmusire’s second album When the Heart Emerges Glistening: With strong melodies and an ace band, the trumpet player doesn’t have to strain to impress. His music speaks for itself.

nprfreshair:

Kevin Whitehead reviews Ambrose Akinmusire’s second album When the Heart Emerges Glistening: With strong melodies and an ace band, the trumpet player doesn’t have to strain to impress. His music speaks for itself.