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 Download « Just One of Those Things » free jazz mp3 Just One of Those Things (06:08) Artist/Band Noah Haidu Album Slipstream (Posi-Tone Records) More Downloads
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All About Jazz News

WEBSITE: All About Jazz Musician Database Tops 70,000 Profiles (Thu, 29 Jan 2015)

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WEBSITE: All About Jazz Expands Advertising Service (Thu, 29 Jan 2015)

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PERFORMANCE: Rufus Reid Big Band at Jazz Standard from February 26 to March 1 (Thu, 29 Jan 2015)

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All About Jazz Album Reviews

Meeco: Souvenirs Of Love (Thu, 29 Jan 2015)
Meeco doesn't skimp on star power when he puts a record together. The personnel listings from his previous projects--Amargo Mel (Connector Records, 2009), Perfume E Caricias (Connector Records, 2010), and Beauty Of The Night (Connector Records, 2012)--read like the invite list for the NEA Jazz Maste...
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Jeff Hamilton Trio: Great American Songs Through the Years (Thu, 29 Jan 2015)
In a sonic climate full of studio fixes, it's always refreshing to hear something real--especially when it's executed with this level of excellence. At this point the Jeff Hamilton Trio has been together for over a decade, and it shows in their relaxed and seamless interplay. On this CD, a limited r...
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Lisa Parrott: Round Tripper (Thu, 29 Jan 2015)
Alto saxophonist/free jazz pioneer m: Ornette Coleman, in the recording studio for bassist m: Jamaaladeen Tacuma's For the Love of Ornette (Jazzwerkstatt, 2010), said to a band about to break into a tune: "Fellas. Fellas. Can you hear me? Forget the notes and get to the idea...
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All About Jazz Feature Articles

McCoy Tyner with Geri Allen and Kenny Barron at SFJAZZ (Thu, 29 Jan 2015)

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Dust Bowl Rodeo a€' Red Eye Gravy (Thu, 29 Jan 2015)

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7Dreams: The Story of a Country, a Friendship and a Sound (Wed, 28 Jan 2015)

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Kenny Wheeler: Songs for Quintet (Wed, 28 Jan 2015)

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All About Jazz Feature Interviews

Working the Rhythm Section: Tom Lawton, Lee Smith, and Dan Monaghan (Mon, 26 Jan 2015)

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Take Five with Eddie Reyes (Fri, 23 Jan 2015)

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CAREER: 5 Things That Need to be Readily Available on Your Band's Website ()
Guest Post byA Carla Jean Whitley on Sonicbids Blog You've released your first EP,A booked some dates, and you're ready to generate some buzz for your band. With all of that accomplished, it sounds like you're on the right track! But there's another thing to mark off your checklist: is yourA websiteA press-ready...
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CAREER: 13 Essential Elements of an Effective Marketing Plan ()
Guest Post by Bobby Borg, Author ofA Music Marketing For The DIY Musician A marketing plan (or as I sometimes call it, a Marketing Plan of Attacka" ) is a written document that outlines your banda€(TM)s goals and the strategies you intend to use to achieve these goals. This can be helpful in keeping all members of a band on track, communicating to a manager what youa€(TM)d like to achieve, and even convincing investors that you have a viable business idea.A...
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Articles - JazzTimes

JALC Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis to Tour South America - News (Wed, 28 Jan 2015)
Dates also planned for NYC, Caribbean, Mexico City
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Charles Lloyd Signs to Blue Note Records - News (Tue, 27 Jan 2015)
Live “Wild Man Dance” album to be released April 14
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Concert Review: “The Nearness of You” at Jazz at Lincoln Center - Concerts (Mon, 26 Jan 2015)
An all-star ensemble and special guests pay tribute to Michael Brecker
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Juilliard Jazz to Present Miles Davis Program - News (Mon, 26 Jan 2015)
Feb. 3 free concert features Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble
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Guitarist Henry Kaiser to Play Residency at The Stone in NYC - News (Mon, 26 Jan 2015)
Feb 3-8 gigs celebrate release of four new albums
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Judy Carmichael Bringing “Jazz Inspired” to Kiawah Island, S.C. - News (Mon, 26 Jan 2015)
Festival takes place March 2-4
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Vijay Iyer Trio to Play Metropolitan Museum in NYC - News (Mon, 26 Jan 2015)
Show supports release of new “Break Things” album
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The Secret Behind Every Solo that You Can’t Afford to Miss
There’s a secret hidden in every great solo. You’ll find it in those old records of Louis Armstrong and those videos of Bird and Diz that you watch on YouTube. You can even hear it in the players of today like Terence Blanchard, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Tom Harrell and dozens of others. It’s a secret that not many people even think about, let alone talk about. But it’s there if you really look for it. Still guessing? Well I’ll tell you right now that it’s not a fancy scale, not a music theory trick, and it’s not the lick. You might even think it absurd that there is anything more to a solo that the actual notes. I know I did until I started digging into the solos of my favorite improvisers. But keep reading because this secret will change the way you approach improvisation… Shhhhh! The secret is this: Behind one line of a great solo lies the weight of thousands of hours of practice. Years of listening. Dozens of transcribed solos. Decades of private instruction. Tough lessons picked up in jam sessions and revelations passed on by mentors. …all in just a dozen notes. Click here to view the embedded video. Think about it: all of the practice on technique, all of that work on sound, every gig and every hour of study led to that solo you just listened to. It’s all there hidden in those notes. These notes could fly right by you if you’re not … Read More Related & Recommended Posts: 6 Disastrous Mistakes You’re Making in Learning to… The Lost Art of Looking for Nuance Why You Should Share Your Musical Knowledge 5 Secrets to Learning Tunes The Difference Between Jazz Licks and Language
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