• Earshot Jazz, v.29, no.2, Feb. 2013

    Earshot Jazz, v.29, no.2, Feb. 2013

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Julian Priester, Central Washington University, Global Village, Neil Welch, Endemic Ensemble, Clarence Acox Legacy Quartet, KPLU-FM, KEPX-FM, and Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 3. Nominees for the Golden Ear Awards are listed on page 4. The Seattle Improvised Music Festival is discussed on page 5 by Fred Kellogg. Performances of the Earshot Jazz Spring Series are listed with descriptions on page 7. Valentine's Day weekend performances are listed on page 11. Portland Jazz Festival performances are discussed beginning on page 12. The DeMiero Jazz Festival and its Artistic Director Dee Daniels are discussed on page 15 by Steve Griggs. Additional performances are listed on page 18. Ellie Rapp discusses listening on page 23. Cover art is a photograph of Dee Daniels.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2013_29_02

    Date: 2013-02

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.7, no.10, Nov. 1991

    Earshot Jazz, v.7, no.10, Nov. 1991

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a series of biographies of local drummers in which Dick Bierk, John Bishop, Andre Thomas, Patty Padden, Jeff Ferguson, Gary Gibson, Jamael Nance, Larry Jones, Aaron Alexander, Gregg Keplinger, and Mark Ivester are featured, page 1. On page 1, a brief notice of Miles Davis' passing is written under his photograph. Gary Bannister writes a performance preview for the Willem Breuker Kollectief, page 2. Dean Hodges is featured in a spotlight biography on page 3 by Andrew Freund. Andrew Freund, Bruce Greeley, Roberta Penn, and Joseph Murphy review live performance of 'Jazz Shapes For Trio And Chamber Orchestra', Sadhappy & The Tone Dogs, The Downunder, Patti Summers, Second Annual Jug-Off, Greta Matassa & The Bert Wilson Quartet, and Marc Barreca & Lesli Dalaba, page 10. Earshot Jazz reviews the album Saxophone Animals by Rich Halley and Bill Evans by the Paul Motian Quartet, page 13. Sandra Burlingame reviews the video 'Miles in Paris', page 13. Andrew Freund presents comments from local jazz artists (non-drummers) about what makes a drummer preferable to perform with, page 14. Taina Honkalehto writes a note about Ray Brown, Harry 'Sweets' Edison, Gene Harris, and Mel Brown performing together at Jazz Alley, page 14. Cover art is a photograph of Miles Davis and his trumpet.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1991_07_10

    Date: 1991-11

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  • Earshot Jazz, no.5, Jul. 1985

    Earshot Jazz, no.5, Jul. 1985

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with Allen Youngblood's piece on Jim Wilke's radio involvement in the 1985 Bellevue Jazz Festival on page 1. Beginning on page 2, Earshot Jazz presents short biographical updates on the artists/groups Rich Halley and the Lizard Brothers, Al Hood and Alea, Art Farmer, Looser Futures, Grand Dominion Jazz Band - Stephen Joseph, Wide Awake, and Jay Thomas. An individual biography on trombonist Julian Priester begins on page 8, written by Paul de Barros. Page 9 introduces the reviews by Earshot Jazz of the albums Chasin' A Classic-Piano and Double Bass Quartet by Bob Nell, When the Sun Goes Down by Ernestine Anderson, Islands by Scott Cossu, Angel Eyes by Danny Ward, and Another Side Another Time by Scott Lindenmuth Group. Cover art is a photograph of Jim Wilke.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1985_01_05

    Date: 1985-07

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.11, Nov. 2014

    Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.11, Nov. 2014

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on the Steve Griggs Ensemble, the Jazz Pearls, Industrial Revelation, and the lineup with Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 3. Kareem Kandi is featured on page 4 in an artist biography by Jeff Janeczko. On page 6, Alexey Nikolaev is the focus of an article by Steve Griggs. The Billy Mintz Quartet is discussed on page 7 by Halynn Blanchard. Remaining performances for the Earshot Jazz Festival are discussed, beginning on page 9. Additional performances are listed on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Kareem Kandi holding a saxophone.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2014_30_11

    Date: 2014-11

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.14, no.5, May 1998

    Earshot Jazz, v.14, no.5, May 1998

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Jon Belcher, Roosevelt High School Jazz Band, Chuck Smart, Dan Blunck, John Gilbreath, Pamela Moore Dionne, Jeff Gunn, Rainbow Tavern, Speakeasy Cafe, Bebop & Destruction, Circa, Sonarchy, Phil Gelb, Susie Kozakawa, Matthew Sperry, Hands To, Bill Matthews, Doug Haire, Free Consultation, Naked Slime Duo, Christian Asplund, Amy Denio, KBCS-FM, Bob Summerise, Lesli Dalaba, Briggan Krauss, Wayne Horvitz, and a warning about gear theft, page 1. Wallace Roney is featured in an interview with Gordon Todd on musical influences, page 3. Buddy Catlett is featured in an artist biography by Paul de Barros, page 4. Performance previews and announcements for the Clusone Trio and Buell Neidlinger's Bluegrass by Gary Bannister beginning on page 6. Gordon Todd writes about Dave Peck's music on page 8. Highlight performances and events include the Seattle Festival of Improvised Music, Marvin Stamm, Center of Jazz Showcases series, LAND, Project W, and the Shoreline Concert Band, page 10. Earshot Jazz announces the upcoming artists, groups, and events for their Living Spirit of Jazz series and their Eastside Showcase series, including the Jack Brownlow Trio, Dave Peck Trio, Milt Kleeb Band, Roosevelt High School Jazz Band and Vocal Ensemble, Jeff Johnson Quintet, and Davis/Taylor Group, page 11. Cover art is a photograph of Buddy Catlett with his bass and the caption 'Jazz Veteran Buddy Catlett'.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1998_14_05

    Date: 1998-05

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.31, no.11, Nov. 2015

    Earshot Jazz, v.31, no.11, Nov. 2015

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on the performance lineup for Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 3. Skerik is the focus of an artist biography on page 4 by Andrew Luthringer. Billy Strayhorn is featured on page 8 by Peter Monaghan in reference to work with Duke Ellington. Performance listings for the November concerts of the 2015 Earshot Jazz Festival begin on page 7. Additional performances are listed on page 20. Cover art is a photograph of Skerik.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2015_31_11

    Date: 2015-11

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.25, no.12, Dec. 2009

    Earshot Jazz, v.25, no.12, Dec. 2009

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This is the 25th anniversary of the Earshot Jazz Newsletter. On page 2, Danielle Bias discusses the 25 year celebration. Notes in this issue focus on Jazz After Hours and Sonarchy. Daniel Sheehan's photography of the 2009 Earshot Jazz Festival and the EyeShotJazz Blog is discussed on page 5. Neil Welch is the focus of an artist biography on page 7 by Peter Monaghan. The Charles Lloyd New Quartet with Jason Moran, Reuben Rogers, and Eric Harland are discussed on page 10 by Nathan Bluford. The Seattle Phonographers Union and their CD release are featured on page 12. The Concert of Sacred Music by Duke Ellington, performed by the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra and the Northwest Chamber Chorus and Everett Greene is discussed on page 14 by Danielle Bias. Carmen Staaf is highlighted in an artist biography about her holiday appearances, page 16 by Peter Monaghan. Earshot Jazz reviews the album Power Patriot by Garage a Trois on page 17. Highlight performances begin on page 18. Cover art is a collage of select Earshot Jazz Newsletter covers from the last 25 years.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2009_25_12

    Date: 2009-12

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.22, no.8, Aug. 2006

    Earshot Jazz, v.22, no.8, Aug. 2006

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with an announcement for Earshot Jazz's Jazz: The Second Century series as well as winners for the Wardenburg Scholarship, page 2. Notes in the issue begin on page 3 and focus on Egan's Ballard Jam House, Suzanne Weghorst, and Brian Kent. Earshot Jazz presents updates on the 2006 Earshot Jazz festival, discussed on page 4. A brief performance description for the Wynton Marsalis Quartet is on page 4. Bumbershoot announces its jazz lineup on page 6. Bill Anschell is the focus of an interview on page 7, conducted and discussed by Lloyd Peterson. David Marriott is featured in an artist biography update on page 10. Brian Owen is discussed in a biography by Josie Holtzmann, page 12. Tom Varner and his Tom Varner Chamber Trio are discussed on page 14. Mackrosoft and The Cheebacabra are discussed on page 15. Marian McPartland is the focus of an artist biography by Georgie Bright Kunkel, page 19. Highlight performances begin on page 20. Cover art is a photograph of Bill Anschell at the piano.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2006_22_08

    Date: 2006-08

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.24, no.2, Feb. 2008

    Earshot Jazz, v.24, no.2, Feb. 2008

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on the Kelley Johnson Quartet, John Hansen, Nathan Peck, Jon Wikan, Matt Jorgensen + 451, Phil Sparks, Ryan Burns, Thomas Marriott, Mark Taylor, Bill Anschell, john Bishop, Lloyd Peterson, Jack Straw New Media Gallery, Wires, Sonarchy, KnotPineBox, Karen Hancock, Big Neighborhood, Doug Miller, David White, Steve Korn, Chris Fagan, I Norton, Gino Robair, Corespondents, John Goss, Ola Hungerford, Doug Arney, Olie Eshleman, and Doug Haire, page 3. Daniel Barry is the focus of an artist biography on page 5 by Molly Manor. Golden Award Recipients are announced on page 8, including Thomas Marriott, Sonando, the Paul Rucker Quintet, Both Sides of the Fence by Thomas Marriott, Jon Hamar, Gail Pettis, Joe Locke, Dean Hodges, John Bishop, Ann & Rick Yoder, page 8. Cuong Vu and ArtistShare are the focus of an article on page 11 by Elaine Hayes. Discussions of upcoming performances of the Seattle Improvised Music Festival, and the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Crazy: The Music of Willie Nelson by Thomas Marriot, Walk All ways by Daniel Barry, May I Come In by Gail Pettis, Floratone by Bill Frisell, From There to Here by Vern Sielert Dektet, and Little Machines by Peter Kenagy, page 17. Highlight performances begin on page 20. Cover art is a photograph of Daniel Barry with a trumpet.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2008_24_02

    Date: 2008-02

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.5, May 2014

    Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.5, May 2014

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins notes on Jim Wilke, The Westerlies, Jason Parker, Steve Treseler, Chano Dominguez, Jack Straw Productions Artist Support Recipients, and the lineup for Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 4. Burn List is featured in a group biography on page 6 by Steve Griggs. Jacque Willis is discussed on page 8 by Nathan Bluford. IMPfest VI is highlighted on page 10 by Evan Smith, who discusses scheduled performances at the festival. Performances for the Bellevue Jazz Festival are listed and described on page 11. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums State of the Art by Dee Daniels, Snail Songs by the Syrinx Effect, Tempest/Cobalt by Dawn Clement, and Feel It Give Way by Eric Barber's Metrilodic. Additional performances begin on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Burn List.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2014_30_05

    Date: 2014-05

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