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Oct / Nov 2006

November 1, 2006

October 2 Chris Barber – Chris Barber 1955 (Lake) Miri Ben-Ari – Hip-Hop Violinist [Bonus Tracks] (Nice Tunes) Janice Borla – Agents of Change (Blujazz) Lenny Breau – Mosaic (Guitarchives) Don Byron – Do the Boomerang: The Music of Junior Walker (Blue Note) Miles Davis – Miles Ahead [Columbia], Miles Davis in Europe, Milestones, Porgy […]

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Oct / Nov 2006

Type A Tube Mic from RedFollowing on the success of their solid state Type B microphone, Red Microphones recently introduced the Type A, a tube microphone based on a system of interchangeable capsules. The Type A vacuum tube microphone system is a high quality innovative and unique solution for virtually any critical recording need. Combining […]

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Jonas Hellborg

Having showcased his extraordinary talents on projects with the likes of John McLaughlin, Shawn Lane, Ginger Baker, and V. Selvaganesh, Jonas Hellborg has long been held in high regard as one of contemporary music’s preeminent progressive jazz and World fusion bassists.Jonas recently shared with JAZZed what artists and tracks are getting the most repeat listens […]

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Solo Development

Teaching Solo Development in Improvisation Whether a musician has been improvising for twenty years or twenty minutes, the challenges of pacing and development during an improvised solo are significant. Great improvised solos are often described as “telling stories” to listeners.These solos increase and decrease in intensity in the same ways that well-told verbal stories do.During […]

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Conversations with…Gary Burton

Renowned for his extraordinary four-mallet technique, Gary Burton has been one of the world’s preeminent vibraphonists since his emergence in the early ’60s.Signed to RCA at the age of 17, Burton quickly garnered acclaim as an inspired virtuoso and became one of the most sought-after musical collaborators, working with the likes of Stan Getz and […]

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The Power of Listening – Nick Phillips

The Power of Listening EVERY LISTENING EXPERIENCE IS AN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY In a certain sense, American popular song has long paid lip service to the subject of education. Think of “Teach Me Tonight” or “Learnin’ the Blues,” though you might choose to omit Alice Cooper’s “School’s Out” or Van Halen’s “Hot for Teacher” from the […]

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