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The ESSENCE RADIO SHOW
Host Kara Johnstad
If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, "thank you," that would suffice. ~Meister Eckhart
www.globalvortexradio.com + www.bbsradio.com + reddog medias + www.karmacaffe.com
NOVEMBER 22 + 23, 2008
This weeks artists! Paul Averinos,… Continue
Added by Kara Johnstad on November 21, 2008 at 8:23am —
I am told that as of this weekend Blues City Radio will be playing my track
'Can't Leave You Alone' and as this internet radio channel is listened to in
18 countries in addition to across the US, that is very exciting indeed!
Added by tommie brewster on November 20, 2008 at 5:26pm —
Hey Jazz Network Friends,
I am happy to tell you that my new album "Above the clouds" is doing really well.
Come out in US 3 weeks ago and now in the Jazz Radio charts on N.14 !
Wonderful reviews in Jazz Times, All about jazz, various US, Dutch,Belgium, Japanese sites and papers.
Added by Amina Figarova on November 20, 2008 at 3:39pm —
And the magic ride continues as my song has again risen in the chart on Reverbnation and now stands at number 17 which is quite breathtaking for me................
Added by tommie brewster on November 20, 2008 at 7:39am —
I'm having such an amazing ride with my song 'Can't Leave You Alone' which is now at number 18 in the Reverbnation blues chart.
Jaijai has helped enormously by giving me a 'Spotlight' feature on this network and then
Live Blues World decided they would also feature me for a week on their Members' page.
I just heard that Reverbnation have followed suit and I am a featured artist on their
Home Page at… Continue
Added by tommie brewster on November 18, 2008 at 9:10pm —
Peggie Perkins "At Last" CD is both Romantic and swinging... First Rate!
"The Jazz Cafe" Show
Added by Peggie Perkins on November 18, 2008 at 3:15pm —
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Si te interesa en cualquier cosa en la lista puedes llamarme a 625 854 977 (barcelona)
TECHNIQUE OF 20TH CENTURY MUSIC/LEON DALIN
THE NDM PRINCIPLE of RELATIVE MUSIC AH DE MONFRED
FILM SCORE BY TONY THOMAS RAE BOOK WITH INTERVIEWS OF THE BEST AMERICAN FILM COMPOSER'S 15 EUROS.
UNDERSCORE BY FRANK SKINNER : RARE BOOK ON THE ART OF COMPOSING MUSIC FOR MOVIES BY ONE OF THE… Continue
Added by Madeleine Davis on November 18, 2008 at 2:28pm —
David "CasT" CasTiglione brings his jazz home to Auburn for Nov. 21 show
AUBURN NY - These days everyone knows him as "CasT." You may have seen
him on PBS,or in the horn section with The Dave Matthews Band on "Live on The
Rocks" Cd or DVD, or on tour with George Clinton.
Auburn native and sax player David CasTiglione returns to his home town of Auburn
for a special appearance with his jazz quartet at Bear Bones Bar-B-Que, located
at 83 Wall Street… Continue
Added by Karl Sterling on November 18, 2008 at 1:37pm —
Remembering Mr. Art Porter Current mood: blessed
Art Porter Jr., a saxophonist known for his work in jazz, rhythm-and-blues and pop music, died Nov. 23 1996 in a boating accident in Bangkok, Thailand. He was 35.
Mr. Porter, who grew up in Little Rock, Ark., was a prodigy. His father, Art Porter Sr., a professional musician,encouraged his son in his musical… Continue
Added by Delton Walker on November 18, 2008 at 1:10pm —
Dear Friends and Music Lovers!
As some of you may know, I am a singer and a great fan of America’s
Classical music...Jazz and the Great American Songbook, known and
loved around the world.
Will you help me to endow a Foundation dedicated to
continuing this legacy for future generations?
Our Mission: To preserve our cultural treasure known as the Great
American Songbook by presenting this music to the public at home
and abroad as Ambassadors of… Continue
Added by Ron Kaplan on November 18, 2008 at 9:23am —
Over the years, musical geniuses such as Jaco Pastorious, Stanley Clarke, Marcus Miller, John Pattatucci to name a few have advanced the technique of utilizing the bass, not only as a root instrument, but also to hold together the melody of a song. With this influence, I was challenged to do so within the genre of my own musical accomplishments.
Fundamentally, the bass was always the instrument that held together the root of a song. It has been… Continue
Added by Benjy Myaz on November 18, 2008 at 7:30am —
go to www.sjmmp.com to buy my new Duo CD "Gliding Along". Lots of original music, that I'm sure you'll enjoy!
Added by Sam on November 18, 2008 at 12:12am —
It's a pleasure to me invite You to visit the update of my website "Jazz Nights", which was dedicated to Bossa Nova, through the work of Tom Jobim, as "Chega de Saudade".
In addition, I have comments, news, links, videos and Jazz posters. I like the music of Dave Percell, and I introduced him and his CD, "Eternal Traveler" in the Home of the site. This is the best opinion that I can give about his work. Thank You very much, Dave.
I like to receive your… Continue
Added by Diego Losada Muñoz on November 17, 2008 at 12:25pm —
greetings to those musically inclined! :)
just posted some pics from our gig at sweet lorraine's in october... and my poetry reading at the musicians union hall here in the sometimes bitter but still sweet city of new orleans, home sweet home...
glad to be here at the jazznetwork when i do plug in... i am a bit of a luddite and would rather see y'all face to face, but such is the modern age of networking...
am very glad about obama's victory and joined… Continue
Added by Delia Tomino Nakayama on November 17, 2008 at 9:32am —
I have added song number three from my album Unconditional Love to my page. It's called Ultimo Desejo. If you have a few minutes I would appreciate any feedback or comments you may have.
Added by VIOLETTA on November 17, 2008 at 2:10am —
What's new? How is the world treating you?
Having just smiled at the hearing, via wwoz.org
, of Billie Holiday's recording of What's New? (a Norman Granz production for Verve that I first heard in my youth,) I could very well answer: Oh... well, more of the same but... differently.
It is with a bit more care, or perhaps less urgency, that I now approach my Be-Log.
I've been on a inward turn in the last week and a half.… Continue
Added by Esquizito on November 17, 2008 at 2:00am —
The Music of Thelonious Monk by Wynton Marsalis and his band
Start Date: Thu, November 20 2008
End Date: Sat, November 22 2008
Event Time: 8 pm
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New York, NY
This exceptional Jazz concert at the Lincoln Center Orchestra will be featuring Wynton Marsalis and his brilliant jazz band. They will be leading us through special arrangements of Monk's idiosyncratic compositions typically performed… Continue
Added by BrainySkeeta on November 16, 2008 at 8:24am —
"An extraordinarily pliable voice in settings rich with melody, emotion and rhythm (…), his gift for melody and his persuasive powers for interpretation establish an instant connection for listeners (…) always fascinating."
LOS ANGELES TIMES (Don Heckman)
November 19, 2008 –– 9pm, 11pm & 12:30am
GINO SITSON 4
ZINC BAR Jazz Club
82 West 3rd Street
(btw Thompson & Sullivan)
Added by GINO SITSON on November 15, 2008 at 1:31pm —
It was a sad day when we lost XM Luna, a wonderful station for Latin Jazz. And now. . .
. . .we mourn the loss of another GREAT Satellite Radio Station: XM Beyond Jazz. It was the perfect place to hear all sorts of FABULOUS Jazz Fusion (as it was described, a radio world where you could hear "fusion, funk, acid jazz, techno, world jazz, the new jazz singers, nu-jazz, acid bebop, hip-hop jazz, jam-band jazz, nouveau swing and all the other forms that have come along as the music has… Continue
Added by Musique Noire on November 13, 2008 at 7:18pm —
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