Clark Terry just released “Clark – The Autobiography of Clark Terry” (University of California Press) and today it’s all about him and some of the musicians he inspires. New York City-based pianist Helen Sung was generous enough to give us some extra insight.
Interview guest Cedric Hanriot on the show today, talking about his new album “French Stories” featuring Terri Lyne Carrington and John Patitucci. Also, new releases by Violette (“Simpe is Beautiful”) and Akiko Ito (“Memory Lane”) and much more.
Two brand new CD releases featured on “The Jazz Hole” today! “We Are Water” by the American singer and composer Jocelyn Medina, and “Organized Memories” by the Israeli guitarist and composer Ben Azar. Also, a bunch of excellent pianists such as Geoffrey Keezer, Yoko Miwa and Dado Moroni.
A very special guest on this July 3rd edition of the Jazz Hole. Linus is talking a true master of the saxophone and the flute, Lew Tabackin, covering anything from his early influences to his wife Toshiko Akiyoshi and even his trademark beard.
Music by our discovery artist of the upcoming week, George Mel. Plus a conversation with Eliane Amherd, one of the hottest forces of the New Yorker jazz, brazilian and latin scene. She just released her new album “Now And From Now On”. Another fantastic release entitled “Spread The Music, Not The Name” by the incredibly talented Katerina Polemi will also be focus on today’s show.
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