Around The Jazz Internet: Week In Review, Apr. 2, 2010
by Patrick Jarenwattananon
Interesting things we didn't mention outright this week:
--It's Jazz Appreciation Month again.
--Ethan Iverson interviews Cedar Walton.
--Nate Chinen on the meeting of Miles Davis and Neil Young at the Fillmore East in 1970.
--Stream all of Chick Corea's great Now He Sings, Now He Sobs at his Web site.
--The history of the Nels Cline Singers, part one.
--This article is titled "Jazz led musician to monastery," and that is all.
--JazzWax this week features Frank D'Rone, Sonny Stitt and a best-of quotations segment.
--The Jazz Session this week interviews Joe Locke and Orrin Evans.
--The Checkout this week features Maurice Brown and Frank Kimbrough with Noah Preminger.
And some things we did mention:
Finally, more jazz on NPR Music:
--Ella Fitzgerald was remembered (by Susan Stamberg!) as part of NPR's 50 Great Voices series.
--The Weekend All Things Considered team brought Hiromi to NPR, and we videotaped it.
--Martin Taylor's solo guitar session in Seattle.
--A review of last year's great Dana Hall record, certainly one I previously overlooked.
--Piano Jazz this week features Bucky Pizzarelli, interviewed by his son.
--JazzSet this week features the Michael Wolff trio, plus Steve Wilson.
--The Preservation Hall Jazz Band on Song Of The Day.
--Didja see how the front man of Sigur Ros loves Billie Holiday and Django Reinhardt?
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