Jazzcorner.com InnerviewsAuthor: Jazzcorner.com
16 Aug 2018

Jazzcorner.com Innerviews

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JazzCorner.com Innerviews are vignettes with insightful commentary, interesting sound bites and lots of great music with great jazz masters and up and coming musicians. Each podcast ranges in time from 4 minutes to an hour.

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    Joshua Redman - Duos and Choices

    Saxophonist Joshua Redman says performing as a duo with pianist Brad Mehldau creates a special level of artistry, as can be heard on their CD "Nearness." JazzCorner.com’s Jazz Perspective producer Reese Erlich talked with Redman about his background in Berkeley, California, why he chooses to play tenor or soprano sax, and his partnership with Mehldau. Erlich interviewed Redman at the Montreal Jazz Festival 2017.

  • Posted on 10 Aug 2017

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    Danilo Perez - Comprovization

    Pianist Danilo Perez can pound out a mean montuno or tickle the ivories with a silky ballad. In his most recent CD, "Children of the Light," he emphasizes the jazz side of his multi-faceted career. In this JazzCorner.com Jazz Perspective, producer Reese Erlich discusses how Perez creates new music through what he calls "comprovization" - a combination of composition and improvisation.

  • Posted on 15 Jul 2017

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    Kenny Barron - Book of Intuition

    Pianist Kenny Barron has excited jazz audiences since the early 1960s. As both performer and educator, Barron has popularized a melodic and straight ahead style. JazzCorner.com producer Reese Erlich caught up with Barron at the Montreal Jazz Festival, and they discussed Barron's 2016 CD "Book of Intuition."​

  • Posted on 10 Sep 2016

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    Chico Freeman Returns to the United States

    One the busiest musicians on the New York scene, saxophonist and composer Chico Freeman decided to move to Europe more than 10 years ago. While there, he explored the musical traditions of Eastern Europe and Africa. With a new record, Freeman returned to the United States this year. In this special 30 minute JazzCorner.com Jazz Perspective, producer Reese Erlich talks to Freeman about his experiences and his return.​

  • Posted on 18 Jul 2016

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    Omar Sosa Creates a Unique Musical Surprise

    Cuban born pianist Omar Sosa is always full of surprises. In his 2015 CD Ile, he masterfully combines elements of Cuban son, jazz and flamenco. In this podcast Sosa tells Jazz Perspectives producer Reese Erlich how he gets inspired to make such unique music.​

  • Posted on 22 Sep 2015

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