• Earshot Jazz, v.6, no.8, Sep. 1990

    Earshot Jazz, v.6, no.8, Sep. 1990

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with conversations between Gary Bannister and Hadley Caliman discussing the blindfold test with their music selections for the selected discography, page 1 and 4. Earshot notes on a few jazz clubs around the Seattle area and how they come and go - some here to stay and some come to an end, Bruce Greeley page 3. Four students were given scholarships from Earshot and Centrum to participate in the Bug Shank Jazz Workshop, Fred Wardenburg page 5. Joseph Murphy reviews two books; Miles: The Autobiography and Forces In Motion: The Music and Thoughts of Anthony Braxton, page 6. Earshot profiles vocalist Greta Goehle - performing in the Northwest for ten years, page 9. Earshot reviews live shows and festivals around the city - Festival Youth Band at Bellevue Jazz Festival, Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet and Tri-O, Randy Halberstadt Trio, Peggy Sterns Trio with Jay Clayton, Peggy Sterns Quartet, Rickey Kelly Trio play One, Hank Bistro in Henry's Off Broadway, and 'More Jazz on Film' Series at Belltown Film Festival, Bruce Greeley, Keith Cirillo, Sandra Burlingame, Taina Honkalehto, page 10-13. Earshot's waxin' your ears remarks notable albums recorded this year - The Jiggs Up by Jiggs Whigham, NYCO Plays Music by Marty Ehrlich, Robin Holcomb, Wayne Horvitz, and Doug Weiselman by The New York Composers Orchestra, Naked City by John Zorn, Trio '64 by Bill Evans, Lonesome Boulevard by Gerry Mulligan, and Bluesiana Triangle by Art Blakey, Dr. John, David 'Fathead' Newman, Sandra Burlingame and Gary Bannister page 14-15. Cover art of Hadley Caliman playing the saxophone, page 1. Cover art of Dizzy Gillespie at The New Orleans Restaurant holding his trumpet, page 3. Cover art of student musicians, Stuart MacDonald, Paul Sherrard, and John Oliver, page 5. Cover art of Greta Goehle on page 9.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1990_06_08

    Date: 1990-09

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.23, no.12, Dec. 2007

    Earshot Jazz, v.23, no.12, Dec. 2007

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with an article on Jack Brownlow by Doug Ramsay, page 2. Notes in this issue focus on Paul Rucker, University of Idaho, the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival, Sonarchy, Wolfgang Fuchs, Anne LeBaron, Torsten Muller, Ronit Kirchman, Tif Lin, Cod Launcher, Stephen Cavit, Ken Masters, Burning Man 2007, and Doug Haire, page 4. The Golden Ear Awards contest nominees for 2007 is announced on page 5. On page 6, John Gilbreath writes a closing piece for the Earshot Jazz Festival. Daniel Sheehan's photography of the Earshot Jazz Festival is featured on page 7. Performances by John Butcher, Torsten Muller, Dylan van der Schyff, and Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra are discussed on page 12. Elaine Hayes discusses the 19th Annual concert of Duke Ellington's Sacred Music, page 14. New Year's Eve Concerts are featured on page 16, including performances by Poncho Sanchez Latin Jazz Band, Greta Matassa, Little Bill and the Blue Notes, Too Slim and the Taildraggers, Spokane Jazz Orchestra, and the Hudson Blues Band. Earshot Jazz reviews the album Streams of Consciousness by the Jay Thomas John Stowell Quartet, page 17. Highlight performances begin on page 18. Paul Rucker writes a music lesson on stretching musical boundaries and not relying on nostalgia to create music. Cover art is a photograph of D'Vonne Lewis at the drumset.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2007_23_12

    Date: 2007-12

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.3, no.1-2, Feb. 1987

    Earshot Jazz, v.3, no.1-2, Feb. 1987

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a spotlight biography on saxophonist Jabo Ward, page 1. Beginning on page 1, Earshot Jazz reviews its own two-year history and calls for supporting subscribers and sponsors to help fund an expansion of the magazine. Allen Youngblood reviews performances at Lofurno's, an Italian Restaurant involved in the Seattle Jazz scene, page 4. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Concord by The Gene Harris Trio Plus One and Sound Songs by Jay Clayton and Jerry Granelli, page 6. This issue holds notes on Jan Kurtis, Red Kelly, Jazz Alley's Seattle Jazz Festival, the Tom Grant Band, New Avenue, Rebecca Christel, Diane Schuur and Gary Peacock's nominations for Grammy Awards, Diane Brown, Beth Chandler, Lonnie Williams, Video Arts International, Bernard Tavernier, Feliks Falk, Emerald City album, Blue Sky, Leo Meiersdorff, and Don Lanphere, page 7. Cover art is a photo of Jabo Ward playing saxophone.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1987_03_01

    Date: 1987-02

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.7, no.1, Feb. 1991

    Earshot Jazz, v.7, no.1, Feb. 1991

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a preview for the Rich Cole Quintet in Earshot Jazz Northwest, page 1, Andrew Freund. The spotlight biography features Oscar Holden, written by Paul de Barros, page 1. This issue holds notes on Peggy Stern, Jay Clayton, After Hours at the Bathhouse, Jeff Ferguson, Jim Wilke, Judy Cities, Peter Appleyard, Bud Shank, Allen Youngblood, Mel Brown, Andrel Kitaev, Rob Thomas, and Gary Peacock, page 2. Barbara Donald is featured in a biography/performance preview on page 2, written by Joseph Murphy. The Knitting Factory Tour has a performance preview on page 4, written by Bruce Greeley. A performance review by Sandra Burlingame about a collection of musicians performing at the O.K. Hotel. John Bishop is featured in a brief biography by Andrew Freund on page 9. Bruce Greeley, Andrew Freund, and Andrew Halvis review live performances of the Second Annual Duke Ellington Sacred Concert, Bud Shank and Charlie Byrd, Tor Dietrichson & Global Village, Andy Laverne, and Sonny Oliver, page 11. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Pure Schuur by Diane Schuur, Start Here by Vince Mendoza, Implement Yourself by Jazz Passengers, Contrast High by Michele Rosewoman & Quintessence, and On Broadway, Vol.2 by Paul Motian, page 15. Cover art is a headshot of Rich Cole.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1991_07_01

    Date: 1991-02

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.33, no.1, Jan. 2017

    Earshot Jazz, v.33, no.1, Jan. 2017

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Michael White, Carmen Rothwell, Jazz Night School, and the performance listings for Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 3. Black & Tan Hall is discussed in a venue profile on page 4. Wayne Horvitz and his recent installations are featured on page 6. Sumiko Sato and her recent compositions are discussed on page 9. Battle Trance is the focus of an article on page 10 by Halynn Blanchard. Local Seattle jazz series are listed and discussed on page 12 by Libby Graham. Additional performances are listed on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Ben Hunter and Tarik Abdullah, two of the three the founders of Black & Tan Hall.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2017_33_01

    Date: 2017-01

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.23, no.2, Feb. 2007

    Earshot Jazz, v.23, no.2, Feb. 2007

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a note from John Gilbreath about the passing of Floyd Standifer and upcoming memorial events for the artist, page 3. On page 4, a full memorial piece to Floyd Standifer is written by Peter Monaghan, detailing his experience and influence in Seattle. Golden Ear Award recipients and their respective awards are listed on page 9. Tin Hat is featured in a group biography on page 11. Biographies begin on page 12, discussing Bobby Previte, Michael Blake, and Amina Figarova. The Seattle Improvised Music Festival is discussed on page 16 with performance listings beginning on page 17. Highlight performances begin on page 18. Jay Thomas writes a bebop music lesson, which is featured on page 22. Cover art is a photograph of Floyd Standifer with a saxophone.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2007_23_02

    Date: 2007-02

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  • Earshot Jazz, no.6, Dec. 1985

    Earshot Jazz, no.6, Dec. 1985

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins on page 1 with a brief historical explanation of the growth of Jam sessions in Jazz and the lives of musicians who wanted to pursue Jazz in 'So You Want To Be A Jazz Musician' by Gary Bannister. This article lists some Seattle clubs that feature drop-in nights for musicians. Earshot Jazz presents short biographical updates on pages 2 and 3 about artists Karen Goldfeder, Nathan Breedlove, and Karl Reimer. An individual bibliography on trumpeter Floyd Standifer begins on page 3, where Allen Youngblood writes about Standifer's history and involvement in the jazz legacy of Seattle. Album reviews beginning on page 4 and 6 cover Plays Music of Thelonious Monk/Monk Suite by Kronos Quartet, City Hawk by Peggy Stern, Crossing by Oregon, This Bud's For You and California Concert by Bud Shank and Shorty Rogers, and Bochinche by Ahora Bochinche. There is an event review on page 7 about the Concord Jazz Festival in Concord, California, written by Paul de Barros. Cover art is a photograph of trumpeter Floyd Standifer.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1985_01_06

    Date: 1985-12

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.7, no.3, Apr. 1991

    Earshot Jazz, v.7, no.3, Apr. 1991

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a feature biography on Jay Clayton, page 1 by Joseph Murphy. An announcement at the bottom of page 1 promotes the recent accolades of Roosevelt High School's Jazz Band. This issue holds notes on Earshot's World Jazz Festival, Peggy Stern, KPLU-FM, Doug Lilla, Brian Kent, Craig Flory, Jim Knodle, Peter Turner, and Gary Bannister, page 2. Earshot conducted a blind review test to see what Julian Priester, Hugh Fraser, and Jeff Hay had to say about various trombone recordings, page 3. Sandra Burlingame and Gary Bannister write performance previews for Oregon with Denney Goodhew, and Henry Threadgill's Very Very, Circus, page 7. Kendra Shank is featured in a short biography on page 9. Joseph Murphy, Mike Dennis, and Bruce Greeley review live performances of the Clayton/Knapp Collective with Annie Wilson and Jerry Granelli, the John Spencer Trio, and Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane & Co, page 12. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Purple Nights by Sun Ra, Tribute by Keith Jarrett Trio, Partners by Paul Bley and Gary Peacock, Changes by Marc Smason and Hans Teuber, Live at the Zoo by Bert Wilson and Rebirth, and For the Moment by Renee Rosnes, page 14. Cover art is a headshot of Jay Clayton.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1991_07_03

    Date: 1991-04

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.34, no.12, Dec. 2018

    Earshot Jazz, v.34, no.12, Dec. 2018

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Stuart MacDonald and Levi Gillis, page 4. Ronnie Pierce is honored in a memorial piece on page 5. Delvon Lamarr, his experience, and move to Austin are discussed on page 6 by Paul Rauch. Daniel Sheehan's photography of the Earshot Jazz Festival is featured on page 8 with commentary from various local jazz musicians and supporters. The Concert of Duke Ellington's Sacred Music, performed by the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra (SRJO) and the Northwest Chamber Chorus, is discussed on page 16 by Ian Gwin. Earshot Jazz reviews albums by the Steve Griggs Ensemble, Tyrant Lizard, Jay Thomas, Oliver Groenewald NewNet, and Randy Halberstadt, page 17. Additional performances are listed on page 20. Cover art is a photograph of Delvon Lamarr.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2018_34_12

    Date: 2018-12

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.17, no.11, Nov. 2001

    Earshot Jazz, v.17, no.11, Nov. 2001

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with an announcement of the November half of the Earshot Jazz Festival, page 3. Quincy Jones is a focus of an interview with Buddy Catlett on page 4, the interview is accompanied by an excerpt from Paul de Barros' Jackson Street After Hours: The Roots of Jazz in Seattle. Wayne Horvitz is featured in a performance preview on page 8, and Jay Clayton's move to New York is on page 9. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Three Worlds by Marc Seales, Bill Frisell with Dave Holland and Elvin Jones (self-titled album), The Jay Thomas Quartet, Live at Tula's Volume 2 by the Jay Thomas Quartet, So Many Stars by Janis Mann, Remembered Face/Private Places by Ben Black, and If You Could See Me Now by Becca Duran on page 16. Highlight performances begin on page 18, including Virginia Rodriguez, A Tribute to Quincy Jones, the Don Lanphere Quartet, and Taj Mahal. Vena Cava is previewed on page 22. Cover art is a photograph of Quincy Jones with a band with the caption 'Quincy In Seattle', 'Jazz Festival Continues', and Wayne Horvitz.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2001_17_11

    Date: 2001-11

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