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ECM時代のパット・メセニーのレコーディングセッションをLEGOで再現した「Jazz Studio Session (ECM Records)」が話題に - amass

ECM時代のパット・メセニーのレコーディングセッションをLEGOで再現した「Jazz Studio Session (ECM Records)」が話題に

JAZZ STUDIO SESSION (ECM RECORDS) Producing a quality product - be it a house, a jacket, a computer, a delicious meal, an abstract painting or a Lego set - requires dedication.

Entering: Michener Museum Features Jazz Portraits by Herman Leonard. Photo by Wayne Stratz

Entering: Michener Museum Features Jazz Portraits by Herman Leonard. Photo by Wayne Stratz

High Jazz

The Jazz Gallery. Probably the most amazing space in NYC to hear up-and-coming jazz musicians. not about the alcohol, like many jazz clubs.

Esbjorn Svensson: Requiem

Esbjorn Svensson: Requiem jazz article by AAJ Staff, published on September 2008 at All About Jazz. Find more Interview articles

Labor Day Jazz master Jim Kuemmerle

Labor Day Jazz master Jim Kuemmerle

Anat Cohen

Anat Cohen is a New York City-based jazz clarinetist, saxophonist, and bandleader from Tel Aviv, Israel.

Ellis Marsalis’ A New Orleans Christmas Carol

New Orleans Christmas Carol: A nice, fun Christmas album that represents the holiday season and is greatbrfor the whole family, featuring familiar Christmas songs.

239 Laurence Hobgood - YouTube

Pianist Laurence Hobgood, long-time musical director and arranger for celebrated jazz vocalist Kurt Elling, will perform solo and with Madison-based vocalist.

Drummerworld: Paul Motian

Paul Motian: There's a Million Songs Out There jazz article by Paul Olson, published on November 2011 at All About Jazz. Find more Interview articles

Ms. Allen’s dense but agile piano playing formed a bridge between jazz’s midcentury past and its stylistically diffuse present.

Geri Allen, Pianist Who Reconciled Jazz’s Far-Flung Styles, Dies at 60

Allen’s dense but agile piano playing formed a bridge between jazz’s midcentury past and its stylistically diffuse present.

Stratoz: No words ~> a Friday at the Cathedral, Jazz in Cleveland

No words ~> a Friday at the Cathedral, Jazz in Cleveland

Paul Dodd - drums, Peggi Fournier - sax, Bob Martin - guitar, Ken Frank - bass, Margaret Explosion

Paul Dodd - drums, Peggi Fournier - sax, Bob Martin - guitar, Ken Frank - bass, Margaret Explosion

A place to take in jazz history: Michener Museum Features Jazz Portraits by Herman Leonard. Photo by Wayne Stratz

A place to take in jazz history: Michener Museum Features Jazz Portraits by Herman Leonard. Photo by Wayne Stratz

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