July 2018 Blog Posts (7)

Herb Alpert

ARTIST: Herb Alpert

SINGLE: Wade In The Water

ALBUM: Music Volume 3 - Herb Alpert Reimagines The Tijuana Brass

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Dave Muse

ARTIST: Dave Muse

ALBUM: Forgotten Journey

WEBSITE: http://davemuse.com/

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d. Mills



ARTIST: d. Mills

SINGLE: D's Groove

ALBUM: Next Step

WEBSITE: http://dmillsjazz.com/

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Night Journey Rewind revisit with Painist Billy Childs

http://soundcloud.com/james graves 3  Podcast revisit an interview with Pianist Billy Childs

Added by James Graves on July 10, 2018 at 12:44pm — No Comments

Night Journey Rewind with the Late Pianist Henry Butler

http://soundcloud.com/james graves 3 podcast with Pianist Henry Bulter who pass away July 2 018 I did this interview in San Bernardino 2016

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Jazmin Ghent

New single from Jazmin Ghent "Heat" featuring Philippe Saisse and Kim Scott from the album 'The Story of Jaz' http://jazminghentmusic.com/ #MediaPromotions #NowPlaying #JazzBayRadio …

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Different Ways To See And Be: The Lives Of Joseph Jarman And Alvin Fielder

The deaths of two foundational members of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, a forward-thinking Chicago jazz collective, offers a chance to reflect on its evolving impact.

Wayne Shorter Travels The Spaceways

A new album by the octogenarian saxophonist is always a big deal, but his latest — and the winner of the 2018 Jazz Critics Poll — is also just plain big: 3 discs and an 84-page graphic novel.

The 2018 NPR Music Jazz Critics Poll

Over 130 critics voted on the best jazz albums of 2018 — celebrated elders dominated the top of the results, but a class of younger musicians is rising.

'Jazz Night In America' Remembers Artists We Lost In 2018

Friends of the show offer memories and music of pianist Cecil Taylor, Village Vanguard owner Lorraine Gordon, South African trumpeter Hugh Masekela and trumpeter Roy Hargrove.

Nate Chinen's Favorite Albums Of 2018

For NPR Music's jazz critic and the editorial director of WBGO, 2018 was a year that saw music — not just jazz — in the throes of a creative boom, rocketing in many directions.

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