Leni Stern

Premiere DateJul 29, 2018
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
03:50 Dalale Dalale Amos Hoffman, Noam Lemish
06:26 Äji Tü, Yormä, Äji? (Where Are You, My Love?) Amos Hoffman, Noam Lemish
12:14 The Jazz Hole with Linus
16:08 Wakhma Leni Stern
19:05 Interview with Leni Stern, Part I
30:25 Calabas Leni Stern, Mike Stern, Leo Genovese
34:42 Interview with Leni Stern, Part II
49:02 Crocodile Leni Stern, Gil Goldstein, Muhammed Faye, Princess Louise Faye
53:56 Rinse and Repeat Nick Finzer
58:22 The Jazz Hole with Linus
60:33 Tomorrow Next Year Nick Finzer
65:30 Finish

Check out today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with interview guest Leni Stern. The German-born, NYC-based guitarist, singer and n’goni player, talks about her new album 3, her African music influences and much more. Other artists featured on today’s episode are Amos Hoffman & Noam Lemish with tunes from Pardes and Nick Finzer with tunes from No Arrival

Amos Hoffman & Noam Lemish – Dalale Dalale
Album: Pardes
Amos Hoffman (g, oud), Noam Lemish (p), Justin Gray (b) and Derek Gray (d, per)

Amos Hoffman & Noam Lemish – Äji Tü, Yormä, Äji? (Where Are You, My Love?)
Album: Pardes
Amos Hoffman (g, oud), Noam Lemish (p), Justin Gray (b), Derek Gray (d, per), Pedram Khavarzamini (tombak) and Jacob Gorzhaltsan (cl)

Leni Stern – Wakhma
Album: 3
Leni Stern (g, n’goni, voc), Mamadou Ba (b) and Alioune Faye (sabar, djembe, calabas, voc)

Leni Stern (featuring Mike Stern and Leo Genovese) – Calabas
Album: 3
Leni Stern (g, n’goni, voc), Mamadou Ba (b), Alioune Faye (sabar, djembe, calabas, voc), Mike Stern (g) and Leo Genovese (Sequential Circuits Six-Trak syn)

Leni Stern (featuring Gil Goldstein, Muhammed and Princess Louise Faye) – Crocodile
Album: 3
Leni Stern (g, n’goni, voc), Mamadou Ba (b), Alioune Faye (sabar, djembe, calabas, voc), Gil Goldstein (acc), Muhammed and Princess Louise Faye (back voc)

Nick Finzer – “Rinse and Repeat” & “Tomorrow Next Year”
Album: No Arrival
Nick Finzer (tb), Lucas Pino (ts), Victor Gould (p), Alex Wintz (g), Dave Baron (b) and Jimmy Macbride (d)

Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin music, the Swiss native maintains a busy performance and recording schedule.…

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