From Library Journal Continue
This will certainly be the definitive source on improvisational jazz. A leader in the field, Berliner (ethnomusicology, Northwestern) covers all aspects of improvisation as art form, science, and way of life. Cutting no corners, he includes a vast range of article topics (from inspiration and arrangements to evaluation and audience interaction), music…
Added by James Olezene on February 10, 2008 at 1:35am —
Concert artists, if you need a personal photographer here in the Sacramento or Bay Area, give me a holla. I would love to be a part of your show asa photographer.
Added by Bakari on February 9, 2008 at 11:17pm —
In just my first day here, I've linked to so many wonderful members and artists in this network. For a while I've gotten out of touch with what's going on in the jazz world. Already I've added Marcus Miller, Brotha.Deep, Mamdouh Bahiri, and Frank McComb's cuts to my collection. I have Jay Lou Ava and Seiko Akita are the list for near future downloads.
Thank you all.
Added by Bakari on February 9, 2008 at 11:04pm —
A STORY OF JAZZ IN SYDNEY
The 1970s and 80s were a unique and exceptional time for jazz in Sydney Australia. In the inner city area there was jazz everywhere. every pub, club and restaurant had a jazz group and it wasn't all watered down jazz for the average punter either. The music was new, fresh and vibrant and the people came to hear it in droves.
Sydney is no stranger to jazz, it has a long history of involvement with the music, going back to the 1920s in fact. During the… Continue
Added by peter boothman on February 9, 2008 at 6:30pm —
Touch me you have
i just inhale your private message's
so i'm going to
kick of my shoes
to honour you
with a dance
that takes me
straight into a trance
sensual lips i find love's embrace… Continue
Added by Martina on February 8, 2008 at 8:10pm —
We wanted to reach out to you out there and begin to bridge the cyber-gap but saying (writing) a few words about the music we've posted; but first, a little about ourselves. As some may already know from the 'About Me' section on this profile this group is comprised of Gene Lake (drums), Gregoire Maret (harmonica) and myself...Federico Gonzalez Pena… Continue
Added by GAIA on February 8, 2008 at 2:30pm —
So here's todays question. After having looked at several profiles and seen that several of the men musicians are married and more of the women musicians are not, I had to ask myself a question. Are there more women who are willing to be married to a musician than the opposite? I'd really like to hear folks' thoughts on this. Ava
Added by Ava DuPree on February 6, 2008 at 8:04pm —
(inspired by the first line, which was written by Gian Dodge)
The Shaman's in the Amazon, Continue
the Dali Lama's in the Bahamas.
One monk is in the monkey house
the other in the mountains.
Got gurus in the garage,
Mahatma’s got his ma-hat-on.
The Maharishi’s in the sushi,
Yogi's eating yogurt in the Yucatan.
Krishna’s in the kitchen
Added by Marissa Dodge on February 5, 2008 at 5:00pm —
Nashville jazz vocalist, Monica Ramey, will be performing at the Scion Sunday Night Jazz Series at Café Coco on Sunday, February 17th at 8:30pm.
Joining Monica will be James Hollihan (guitar), Max McKellar (bass) and Colin Fagan (drums).… Continue
Added by Monica Ramey on February 4, 2008 at 8:19pm —
well guys, today i took my first lesson of TRUMPET!
it's a very difficult instrument, but so charming...
that's all, folks!
Added by sabrina colombo on February 4, 2008 at 1:47pm —
Added by Gianni Bardaro on February 3, 2008 at 4:00am —
Added by Gianni Bardaro on February 2, 2008 at 4:00am —
Visit official Blog/Views on personal website: http://josephpatrickmoore.wordpress.com/
Added by Joseph Patrick Moore on January 31, 2008 at 9:30pm —
Vibe-rant yellow boots and silver leaf bag suits,
impenetrable vinyl so the chemicals aren't liable
to leak into you or ruin your processed do.
Change up the groove from double time, blood,
"Breakwater" appears to be ready for a flood.
At first I wondered why you were in a shower room,
now I get the point that your gear is waterproof,
Tell me do you merely clean up crime scenes,
or slosh through sewers, drains,… Continue
Added by Marissa Dodge on January 30, 2008 at 5:00pm —
Check out the Neu Media show MusiConversations on Jazz at:
Show Site: http://www.MusiConversations.com
Archives Site: http://www.MusiConversations.net Continue
for the RSS Feed http://www.MusiConversations.net/rss
search for MusiConversations at iTunes under the podcast category.
Added by MusiConversations on January 29, 2008 at 7:21pm —
Now we know that Bill Clinton plays sax, but does Hillary like jazz?
I heard that Ann Marie Wilkins is working for the Obama campaign. Since she manages Harry Connick and Branford and runs Marsalis Music, does this mean Obama is good for jazz?
Please send me your comments!
I'm curious if anyone knows!
Added by Sue Auclair on January 27, 2008 at 7:59pm —
Let's meet on the weekend! I'll be in India in an internet café.
The ESSENCE RADIO SHOW - Host Kara Johnstad… Continue
Added by Kara Johnstad on January 25, 2008 at 6:28am —
Check times of the shows worldwide in the following posted blog. All shows air at times posted and then are archived for enjoyment 24 hours a day
7 days a week free of charge. Thanks to all the awesome musicians who contirubute music to the shows.…
Added by Kara Johnstad on January 25, 2008 at 6:25am —
Hey Guys: Thanks for all the wonderful feedback about my new "Groovin' U" CD. I really appreciate it. Your comments of "Album of the year..," "Smooth and exciting," to simply "WOWWW!" really makes my day.
For those of you familiar with by work with Brass Construction, BT Express and Skyy, Raphael Cameron, et. al, I know this album is quite a departure from my usual funk/soul/R&B dance fare. However, I believe as an artist, writer and producer, one has to constantly allow for… Continue
Added by Randy Muller Boom Chang Bang on January 24, 2008 at 8:30am —
She is the densest darkness of the woods;
impenetrable until daylight, and even then,
pit-falled and precarious.
You think you can avoid her if you wait until morning,
but she’s a vapor that creeps though the cracks of any room
like Radon - undetectable by canary or aqueduct trout.
I glance up from my book and she’s appeared.
Her head tilted like a Jikata listening
for the strains of a song.
Teeth slightly… Continue
Added by Marissa Dodge on January 24, 2008 at 3:00am —