• Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.6, Jun. 2014

    Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.6, Jun. 2014

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on local high schools' results in the Essentially Ellington Competition, Artist Trust Award recipients, KPLU's School of Jazz program, and the lineup of Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 4. Dawn Clement is featured on page 6 in an artist spotlight, written by Caitlin Peterkin. A description of the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival is written on page 8, followed by individual performance descriptions beginning on page 9. Earshot Jazz announces their Triple Shot Summer Series on page 10 with performance listings. Summer Festivals in the Northwest are listed on page 16. Additional performances are listed on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Dawn Clement.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2014_30_06

    Date: 2014-06

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.27, no.3, Mar. 2011

    Earshot Jazz, v.27, no.3, Mar. 2011

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Wally Shoup's East Coast performances, Vito's Got Jazz, Chad McCullough, and Sonarchy, page 4. Earshot Jazz Golden Ear Award Nominees are announced on page 7. The new record label Table and Chairs is featured on page 8 by Nathan Bluford. Earshot Jazz Spring Series performances are detailed beginning on page 10. Ask the Ages is featured on page 15. Earshot Jazz reviews the album At the Cabin by Reptet, page 17. Highlight performances begin on page 18. Cover art is a group photograph of artists on the new Table and Chairs label: Neil Welch, Ivan Arteaga, Jared Borkowski, David Balatero, Evan Woodle, and Chris Icasiano.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2011_27_03

    Date: 2011-03

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.10, no.11, Nov. 1994

    Earshot Jazz, v.10, no.11, Nov. 1994

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue acts as the November program for the World Jazz Festival 1994. It begins with an article on Geoff Stone and Mike Harper and their interview with Mike Marlin, page 1. This issue holds notes on Ron Hudson, Bill Anthony, Andrew Drury, Jim Noley, Wayne Horvitz, Paul deBarros, the Garfield Jazz Band, Greg Williamson, Hans Teuber, Doug Miller, Don Lanphere, Bud Young, Gaye Anderson, Jimmy Allen, Pacific Desserts, Laura May Abraham, Roadside Attraction, Sonny Booker, Salute a Citta, and Joan Smallwood, page 2. An announcement about continuing the Duke Ellington Sacred Concerts is on page 2. On page 3, Lynette Westendorf sends appreciation to all of the contributors and donors of the World Jazz Festival. On page 6, Joseph Murphy discusses the musicianship and experience of Ornette Coleman. On page 7, Sandra Burlingame features Jerry Granelli in an artist biography. Steve Robinson relates a story about the patron-performer relationship on a specific night in October at the Rainbow venue, page 8. On page 9, Keith Raether describes the new Perpetual Motion series at Tractor Tavern in Ballard. The Pacific Jazz Institute has an announcement of an increase in their activity on page 9. On page 11, Annabelle Wilson and Sandra Burlingame write performance previews for Jim Knapp, Stephanie Skura, and Bud Shank. Earshot announces upcoming artists and groups performing in their Living Spirit of Jazz series on page 13, including Dave Frishberg, Savoy Swing Band, Freeplay, Kendra Shank Quartet, and Babkas. On page 15, Chuck Metcalf, Mike Marlin, and Roberta Penn review live performances of Coltrane Time, the Andrew Drury Project, Lincoln Briney, and Combo Craig. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Another Place by Jerry Granelli, Art and Aviation 1 by Jane Ira Bloom, Afterglow by Kendra Shank, Freeplay by Freeplay, The Real Howard Roberts by Howard Roberts, How 'Bout Now by Tall Jazz, On the Shoulders of Giants by Gordon Lee, Leroy Vinnegar, Dick Berk, Warren Rand, I Told You So by Bud Shank, Going Back Home by the Ginger Baker Trio, Summit Conference by Reggie Workman, The Talk of the Town by Bennie Wallace, and Elevations by Lisle Ellis, page 20. Cover art is a photograph of Ornette Coleman on saxophone.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1994_10_11

    Date: 1994-11

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.35, no.6, Jun. 2019

    Earshot Jazz, v.35, no.6, Jun. 2019

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with results of local Seattle High Schools in the 2019 Essentially Ellington high School Jazz Band Competition and Festival at Lincoln Center in New York, Rainier Avenue Radio, Wayne Horvitz, and Tula's Restaurant and Jazz Club, page 3. On page 4, Wayne Horvitz discusses new advances and directions for The Royal Room under the South Hudson Music Project. Scott Brown, music director at Roosevelt High School, is featured on page 6 by Paul de Barros in honor of their 1st place win at the Essentially Ellington competition. Northwest Summer Festivals are listed on page 8. The TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival is featured on page 9 with discussions about upcoming performances and artists, written by Whitney Bashaw. The Amina Figarova Sextet is discussed on page 11. Fabian Almazan with Henry Cole and Linda May Han Oh are presented on page. The group Endangered Blood is featured on page 13 to discuss their recording Don't Freak Out and their music style, written by Peter Monaghan. Love of Life is featured on page 14 by Peter Monaghan. Ilhan Ersahin and his Istanbul Sessions is featured on page 15 by Ian Gwin. Earshot Jazz reviews albums by Samantha Boshnak and Rich Pellegrin, page 16. Gene Argel is featured in this issue's installment of excerpts from Paul de Barros' book 'After Jackson Street: Seattle Jazz in the Modern Era, page 19. Additional performances are listed on page 20. Cover art is a photograph of Scott Brown.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2019_35_06

    Date: 2019-06

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.32, no.2, Feb. 2016

    Earshot Jazz, v.32, no.2, Feb. 2016

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Harold Wayne Thompson, the Save KPLU Campaign, and performances listings for Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 3. Stuart Dempster is featured on page 4 by Andrew Luthringer. Nominees for the Earshot Jazz Golden Ear Awards are announced on page 6. Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra (SRJO) presents Terell Stafford is on page 7. The PDX Jazz Festival and performances are discussed on page 8 by Halynn Blanchard. Performances for the Earshot Jazz February Series are listed beginning on page 10. North City Bistro is featured on page 14 in a venue profile. Earshot Jazz reviews the recent albums by Nancy Erickson, and Raymond Larsen on page 16. On page 17, Tarik Abouzied answers a reader's question about life experience. Additional performances are listed on page 19. Cover art is a photograph of Stuart Dempster.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2016_32_02

    Date: 2016-02

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.7, no.7, Aug. 1991

    Earshot Jazz, v.7, no.7, Aug. 1991

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with an article on the Jazz Police, written by Andrew Freund, page 1. This issue holds notes on Chuck Deardorf, Kelly Deardorf, Don Lanphere, Floyd Standifer, John Stowell, Bruce Phares, Jay Clayton, Peggy Stern, Diane Schuur, Miek Sarin, Brad Schoeppach, Glen Moore, Nancy King, and Ralph Towner, page 2. On page 3, Joseph Murphy discusses changes happening at KPLU-FM. Bud Young and his record store are featured on page 4 by Sandra Burlingame. An artist update on Daniel Barry is written by Andrew Freund on page 7. A brief biography of Richard Warner is written by Sandra Burlingame on page 9. Andrew Freund reviews live performances of the Jazz Alley Showcase and Beth Winter, page 10. Sandra Burlingame discusses the Nation Jazz Network, which promotes Jazz to expand audiences and support to Jazz artists, page 12. A brief article in memoriam of recently passed saxophonist, Floyd Turnham, Jr, page 12. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Koputai by Jerry Granelli, Standing on Fishes by Phil Sheeran, The Suspect by Roadside Attraction, Jerry Michelson's new album, and No Doubt About It by Art No Art, page 13. Cover art is a photograph of the Jazz Police performing at Pacific Northwest Brewing Company.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1991_07_07

    Date: 1991-08

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.13, no.12, Dec. 1997

    Earshot Jazz, v.13, no.12, Dec. 1997

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Bebop & Destruction, Dan Heck, Marc Fendel, Geoff Harper, John Wicks, Dan Heck Trio, Joe Doria, John Wicks, Rob Davis, Doug Haire, Craig Flory, Doug Haire, Sonarchy, Ian Stokes, Ron Weinsten, Stacey Levine, Lori Goldston, Dayna Hanson, Jack Magai, Susie Kozawa, Bill Blauveldt, Ester Sugai, Angelina Baldoz, Mike Shannon, Jeff McGrath, Steve Moore, Eric Eagle, Geoff Cooke, Outside Jazz, Bunghut, Eric Eagle, Fred Chalenor, Jarrod Selter, Damon Zick, Edmonia Jarrett, Clipper Anderson, Andrew Drury, Wayne Horvitz, Cosmology, Troy Grugett, Craig Flory, Matt Sperry, Steve Moore, Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet, Pat Graney Dance Company, and The Tentacle, page 3. John Gilbreath writes a thank-you to Earshot Readers on page 5. Wayne Horvitz and his recent recordings, groups, and performances are featured by Peter Monaghan on page 6. The Duke Ellington Sacred Concerts are described and announced on page 10. Earshot Jazz announces the upcoming artists and groups for their Living Spirit of Jazz series at Jazz Alley, including Steve Lacy Trio, Septology, Don Lanphere CD Release Party for Don Still Loves Midge, the Jay Clayton Project, and the Cecil Young Band, page 14. Highlight performances for December, including the Steve Lacy Trio, Classical Jazz, Diana Krall, North Seattle CC Benefit, and Roosevelt Jazz Night, Tula's Lays It On, the Creation in One Set, Knapp at Summers' Joe McPhee, Steve Moore Trio, Don Still Loves Midge, Deep Groove, Daylights & 1000 Pieces, More Living Spirit are given brief previews on page 15. Recent CD releases are on page 19, featuring Circle Dancing by Jay Clayton Project, Don Still Loves Midge by Don Lanphere, Signs of Life by Chris Fagan, Compositions Coast to Coast by Chuck Bergeron, Now... Here... This by Mike Denny, Joy of a Gig, Vol. II by the Ham Carson Quartet, and Open Season by Marriott Jazz Quintet. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Dante No Longer Repents by Vinny Golia Quintet, and Swing Your Big Head by Greg Williamson & The Big Bad Groove Society, page 20. Dennis Rea writes the 'Music Lesson' for the issue, focusing on timbre, particularly in relation to guitar playing and the focus of western music on structure over timbre, page 22. Cover art is an illustration of a guitarist by Chuck Smart.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1997_13_12

    Date: 1997-12

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.35, no.7, Jul. 2019

    Earshot Jazz, v.35, no.7, Jul. 2019

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Earshot Jazz's new location and receipt of the Selvage Fund Grant, and Michael Van Bebber, page 3. Clarence Acox, director of the Garfield High School Jazz band, and his dedication to the jazz community is featured on page 4 by Paul de Barros. Northwest Summer Festivals are listed on page 6. Performances and artists for the Jazz: The Second Century series are announced on page 8. The 2019 Lindy Extravaganza is featured on page 12 by Rayna Mathis. Upcoming performances for the Jazz Under the Stars series is discussed on page 13 by Marianne Gonterman. Local jazz series for July and August are presented on page 14. Paul de Barros discusses the discovery of Club Royale at the Loisa Hotel, a part of a secret Prohibition-era jazz club system, page 16. Jazz Port Townsend is presented on page 17 by Whitney Bashaw, focusing on performances, groups, and artists who will appear at the festival. Earshot Jazz reviews albums by Kassa Overall and Xavier Lecouturier on page 18. Additional performances are listed on page 20. Cover art is a photograph of Clarence Acox.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2019_35_07

    Date: 2019-07

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.24, no.7, Jul. 2008

    Earshot Jazz, v.24, no.7, Jul. 2008

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Matt Sperry and the Matthew Sperry Memorial Festival, Bill Smith, Peter Monaghan, the Nonsequitur Foundation, Steve Peters, Jonathan Scheuer, Sonarchy, Michael Owcharuk Sextet, Mike Hams, Nate Omdal, Beth Fleenor, Jim Knodle, Katie Mosefauer, Jason Kopec, Anomie Bell, Toby Campbell, Pontius Pilots, Victor Noriega, Robert D. Nelson, and Doug Haire, page 3. Upcoming performances for Jazz: The Second Century are listed on page 4. Kelley Johnson and her latest album Home are discussed on page 6. Upcoming performances for the Sounds Outside series are listed on page 8. Kelsey Van Delfsen's award-winning essay entitled Experiencing Essentially Ellington is written on page 10. Tatum Greenblatt is the focus of an artist biography on page 12 by Schraepfer Harvey. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums For the Moment by the Margaret Slovak Quartet and Songs for a New Century by Jessica Williams, page 14. Summer festivals are listed on page 17. Highlight performances begin on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Kelley Johnson.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2008_24_07

    Date: 2008-07

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.24, no.6, Jun. 2008

    Earshot Jazz, v.24, no.6, Jun. 2008

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    In this issue Earshot writes on the retirement celebration for Robert Knatt as this event honors his musicianship and key figure in Seattle jazz, page 6. Elaine Hayes previews Zuggurat as a musical group before their performance and further discusses their approach to rhythm and form, page 7. Peter Walton previews Ken Vandermark & Paal Nilssen-Love as this is their first-ever tour of North America and Canada, page 9. Earshot previews the Vancouver International Jazz Festival and highlights some of the recommended shows at the festival, page 11. Earshot's Chris Robinson writes CD reviews on David Haney & Julian Priester's albums Ota Benga of the Batwa and For Sale Five Million Cash Live from Europe Jan. 04 - as well as Ghidra's album Sound of Speed, page 16. Thomas Marriott writes about the practice of taking popular music and sculpting it into your own jazz tune as Earshot's educational project, page 23. Cover art is a photograph of Eric Barber, Bill Anschell, Doug Miller and Byron Vannoy by Daniel Sheehan.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2008_24_06

    Date: 2008-06

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