This Week at CafeJazz.ca ...
...we have the band Shakatak with a three-pack of tracks from the Afterglow release. Hour two brings the Back Trax segment with favourites from back in the day. On this edition Dave Grusin & Lee Ritenour team on a tune from the 80s, we have a tribute to the great Ivan Lins by Sting as well as well as a pair of Urban Jazz projects. First there's Urban Jazz Coalition and then Urban Jazz Network while in the middle it's vintage Billy Cobham from the 70s. Later… Continue
Musicians: Roberto Magris (piano), Art Davis (bass), Jimmy “Junebug” Jackson (drums), Zack Albetta (drums)
Review: Roberto Magris an Italian pianist of considerable talent has released a special album, Kansas City Outbound. On this recording he has captured the beautiful spirit of bassist Art Davis (December… Continue
Added by Paul Collins on June 10, 2009 at 8:35am —
What is your ethnicity? Actually, the word was mispronounced by Sgt. Genovese – of the 8th precinct, N.O.P.D. - when he asked me this question, as he ran a check on me in order to, apparently, see if he could bring me in for something else, or other than riding a bicycle up the wrong way of Royal Street. Sgt. Genovese and I love each other now; I'll be much better acquainted with Chartres Street for this. Back to the question; I'm still caught off-guard by the opportunity to answer this. There… Continue
SONIC SOUL, one of Europes most important sites (and probably Germanys premier place) for upfront reviews of interesting (and mostly independent) Soul and Jazz (and every sound in between) CD releases...
Don.t miss the latest reviews on SONIC SOUL:
JAMES DAY - "Natural Things"
MAKEDA - "Escape From Egypt"
DARIEN - "If These Walls Could Talk"
LISA SHAW - "Free"
CHIDI - "Unrehearsed"
RAPHAEL SAADIQ - "The Way I See It"
TORTURED SOUL - "Did You… Continue
Added by SonicSoul on June 6, 2009 at 11:19pm —
I would like to introduce you to Michele Gillen, she is a wonderful friend and a 25 Emmy Award winning investigative reporter. She is currently working at CBS Channel 4 in Miami. For further information go can go to her web-site: www.michelegillen.com
She is on her way to Italy to work on a human trafficking investigation. She will be visiting Terni and has offered to take prayers to The House of Love: Saint Valentine's Basilica, on behalf of all my friends… Continue
Branford Marsailis and his band play the Acknowledgement to Coltrane's "A Love Supreme." They do a beautiful rendition of Trane's signature piece, undoubtedly the most profound piece ever recorded by any of Coltrane's combos. This one lives on with a passion and majesty unrivaled in the world of music.
To see more live footage of other jazz artists check out Blakfacts "Musician of the Month" feature once a… Continue
Added by Kofi Khemet on June 5, 2009 at 8:00am —
Most of you will remember taking a class on the history of your state when you were in Junior High (middle school) or High School. Most of what we learned we forgot as soon as the test was over. I know I forgot, at least that fast.
Well, it dawned on me that if we had studied people that we saw in our neighborhood or who had more relevance to our daily lives we might have remembered our local history and been greatly enriched in the process.
I have noticed that of late...my transition has been from foggy to clear,from uncertain to determined,from tolerant to demanding.The ways of powerful people seem to have little room for shaky behavior and disguised actions.So as I am moved into my power..I notice that many seem uncomfortable with my simple right to focus,practice,escape,...even just protect myself!Wow...more prayer and much more practice!Guard your gifts carefully!!Fellow artist..and expect to be misunderstood..people pay to… Continue
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The ESSENCE RADIO SHOW
Host Kara Johnstad
"If you have a trust in and an expectation of your own solitude,everything that you need to know will be revealed to you ... We need to return to the solitude within, to find again the dream that lies at the hearth of… Continue
This Week at CafeJazz.ca ...
... ready for this show is Mesmerized by Jay Soto - there'll be three great tunes as part of the showcase segment. When hour 2 rolls into view, we have Fresh Trax with nothing but the latest and best in new music. On this edition, we have Craig Chaquico and Spyro Gyra. Also appearing Noel Webb and Hart Ramsey; while Jim Peterik formerly with the Ides of March and Survivor, rounds out the set with a tune from Lifeforce. Then later in the hour, we're blowing the… Continue
WAYMAN LAWRENCE TISDALE's game was dominating. His music would reach in and touch your soul. But it was his smile that was irresistable to all who came near.
June 9th, 1964 - May 15th, 2009..........May he rest in peace.
One thing is for sure. Jelly Roll Morton will forever be attributed with the phrase: “the Spanish tinge.” He considered this quality essential to Jazz music. For a long time to come, the issue of Jazz bi-lingualism will keep the tongues flapping... and the fingers typing. The debate – if you will – regarding “Latin Jazz” will rage onward.
What Jelly was referring to is the syncopated rhythmic pattern known as the Clave. The Spanish word meaning 'key,' there are several widely… Continue
1. Songwriter’s Monthly is not just on Facebook any more (if you’re reading this any place other than Facebook, I guess you are already aware of that fact). Selected information, reviews, interviews, articles, etc. are now also available… Continue
Added by Allen Foster on June 1, 2009 at 12:26pm —
Archival Fine Art Prints are available directly from my studio. These prints are on acid free archival matte presentation weight fine arts paper. The size is 13x19 inches...easily frameable in a 16x20 or 20 x24 in frame. The term "archival" refers to the fact that they will last over 150 years without fading or loss of quality..a good investment. The works can be seen on my photo ad, my page, or by request… Continue
Jaijai, what a wonderful mission you've undertaken to create such a place for artistic minds to meet and share their hearts. A place to renew faded determinations, and revive lessened momentums. A place to display our wares and reconfirm to one another that we actually are on the right track.
I commend you, Jaijai, for caring so much that you created this castle of the heart for all of us. I want to share my praise for all of the new friends as well as old friends that I've met and will meet here in our castle. Here we can garnish the where-with-all, the strength, the conviction, and the selflessness through our symbiosis, to share our gift to the world with an unbiased agenda.
My mentor, Daisaku Ikeda says of art: "A beautiful flower delights and refreshes the hearts of all people equally, no matter what soil it grows in. That is the power of beauty. The same is true of great art. It is this spirit that the German poet Heinrich Heine sang of when he wrote that once the peapod bursts open, the sugar peas inside are for everyone to enjoy."
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