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Wicked Wednesday in TheBasement with Host Jazz' Jai.
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When you contemplate the illustrious career of Harvey Mason, your mind HAS to be blown. Born and raised in Atlantic City, young Harvey absorbed the vibes of the great musicians THERE - and showed so much promise on drums that he was playing with Duke Ellington and Errol Garner in the 60's. Early in his recording career, there he was - up front and center with Blue Note Records. And on Columbia: Please go check out Herbie Hancock and The Headhunters for a refresher course in freshly fused Jazz :)
The associations that this consummate first-call musician has made through five decades is staggering. Because, quite simply, HE is. Nathan East has shared space and stages with The Mase for 25 years or so (Fourplay's "Silver" just dropped) and he firmly suggests that drummers of ANY note studied Harvey Mason in order to find their own style. He was THAT distinctive THAT early in his journey.
We dare you to find another legendary drummer who has been involved with more Gold and Platinum recording sessions than our guest. Awards, accolades, nods from NARAS and "Modern Drummer." Over 150 motion picture soundtracks. A regular fixture at the Oscars each year. And that long relationship with Fourplay cannot be stressed enough. When you're with a successful musical unit for 25 years, that's cause for celebration!
As bandmates Nathan, Chuck Loeb, Bob James, and Harvey prepare for a holiday run at the Blue Note in New York, our friend wanted to take the time - during this Thanksgiving week - to express his gratitude for all that his fans have given him. How beautiful that NEW fans and fellow artists got together for his album last year. And how wonderful that life-long "brothers" are banding together again right before Christmas. How fortunate are we to visit with Harvey again? You already KNOW :)
If your into those smooth sounds, and not so smooth sounds of jazz music, then you'll love this show. Welcome to "Jazz Ubiquity" with Djb-one as your host for the evening. When you except the invite into the Red Carpet Room, expect to hear a mixture of diffrent tunes and sounds from some the best jazz musicians in the business. Yes this Dj definitely knows how to diversify your minds, musically. Now if you feel as if this sounds like the perfect way to shake off those Monday blues, then by all means, press play and allow your Dj for the evening, to do the rest. You'll love the experience that Diversity Of The Minds gives you!. If you'd like to interact with the host, please dial 516-531-9334.
This evening, I will interview and share the music of Laurie Dapice jazz vocalist, lyricist, musician and an arranger. In 2008, she was one of the top four finalist in the annual New York Jazz Mobile competition. Laurie has won awards from ASCAP, Billboard Magazine, ASCAP Plus awards and USA songwriting competitions. She has performed with and for Billy Harper, Barry Harris, George Mesterhazy, Michael Kanan, Rufus Reid, John DiMartino, Santi Debriano, James Weidman, Paul Lieberman, Elias Bailey, Benito Gonzalez and many others. Join us at Jazz Notes as we strive to keep jazz alive.
Talking with friend Clarence C. Young III, a longtime music composer/author/ business analyst for many many years. Discussions on his journey, his music, his inspirations- and a message he will deliver- his fan page and information / past and current music...
Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records
Tuesday Night with Capitol records (because I forgot a Jo Stafford song) so I tossed a King Cole Trio record to even things out
The King Cole Trio Sweet Georgia Brown
It Is Better To Be By Yourself
Jo Stafford Serenade of the Bells
The Gentleman Is a Dope
All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners? Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The King Cole Trio – Sweet Georgia Brown / It Is Better To Be By Yourself
Capitol Records 239
A: Sweet Georgia Brown
Composers Bernie, Casey, Pink
Side A Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA May 23, 1945
B: It Is Better To Be By Yourself
Composers Bob Levinson, Howard Leeds, Nat Cole
Side B the Golden Production "Breakfast in Hollywood"
Side B Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA August 2, 1945
Bass [Uncredited] – Johnny Miller
Guitar [Uncredited] – Oscar Moore
Vocals, Piano [Uncredited] – Nat King Cole
Jo Stafford – Serenade of the Bells / the Gentleman Is a Dope
A: Jo Stafford with Paul Weston & His Orchestra
Serenade of the Bells
Composers Goodhart, Urbano, Twomey
A Vocal Group with Orchestra
B: The Gentleman Is a Dope
B Vocal with Orchestra
Composers Richard Rodgers - Oscar Hammerstein 2nd
From the Musical “Allegro
Chocolate 108.1/The Urban Jazz Connection - On WYDL Radio
with your host D Maurice Waddell
Chocolate at Midnight featuring D Maurice Waddell will feature Smooth Jazz and R&B music from all over the globe as well as break new artist. Chocolate at Midnight will also showcase favorite and 'overlooked' Jazz and R&B tracks from projects past and present. Chocolate at Midnight will also feature artist and interviews and give the listeners the story inside the story of Artist and their music. Chocolate at Midnight will keep listeners up to date of the latest news and projects to look out for as well as where to find great shows and artist across the globe.
2:00 pm, TUESDAY, November 24, 2015 – BABYLON RADIO with Luke Lawrence features Andy Milliken, University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College Student, Song Writer and Guitarist
The annual Kidney Cancer Symposium was held this year in Miami, Florida. It was chaired by Dr. Toni Choueiri of Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Institute in Boston, and contained a wealth of information for physicians, both urologists and oncologists dealing with kidney cancer.
This year for the first time in many years more patients and patient advocates were included in the mix. In the past Joyce has been one of 4-5 patients invited to help report the meeting, under the general editorship of Mike Lawing. This year, in part to celebrate the 25th anniversary oCaleb f the founding of KCA by a kidney cancer patient, more patients were invited to attend, including two from outside the United States: Caleb from Nigeria and Juanita Ruiz from Peru.
Billy Foster, a long-time KCA supporter and jazz musician, was on hand to provide wonderful music for the reception. He has given us permission to broadcast an interview he recorded with Caleb Egwuenu, founder and president of Stand Up to Cancer Naija, http://www.su2c9ja.org In Nigeria many people still believe that cancer is "juju" or some harmful magical power inflicted by someone else, or as a result of something you did wrong. The biggest challenge to managing any cancer is that diagnoses are usually after the cancer is already advanced to a late stage. For Nigeria as for most developing countries, the management of late stage cancer is beyond the skills and budgets of the health care systems. Their only hope of managing cancer is to find it at early stages.
Billy's jazz music show can be found at http://billfosterjazzzone.com
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