Around The Jazz Internet: Week In Review, Apr. 2, 2010 : A Blog Supreme News and notes from around the Web, including Jazz Appreciation Month, a Cedar Walton interview, the meeting of Miles Davis and Neil Young, a history of the Nels Cline Singers, and some remembrances.
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Around The Jazz Internet: Week In Review, Apr. 2, 2010

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.

—RIP Mike Zwerin, the jazz journalist and trombone player, and also John Bunch, the pianist.

—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:

—RIP Herb Ellis
—New music from Mulatu Astatke and Fight The Big Bull (not together, unfortunately)
—Martin Taylor's new Guitar Academy

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?