• Earshot Jazz, v.24, no.3, Mar. 2008

    Earshot Jazz, v.24, no.3, Mar. 2008

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Kelly Harland, A Will of His Own, Long Ago and Far Away: Songs of Jerome Kern, Chuck Deardorf, Mill Mays, Seattle music, Vertigo Lounge and Grill, Neal Golden, Gail Pettis, Greta Matassa, Gayle Cloud, Randy Halberstadt, Overton Barry, Sonarchy, PK and What Army, Moraine, Synth Club, The Teaching, Monktail Creative Music Concern, Raymond Scott Project, Doug Haire, page 4. A memorial piece dedicated to the late Midge Lanphere is written on page 4. A developing health fund for Andrew D'Angelo is discussed on page 5 regarding the artist's need after the discovery and diagnosis of a brain tumor, page 5. Beth Winter is the focus of an article on page 6 by Elaine Hayes. Discussions of performances by Hadley Caliman and the Charles Lloyd Quartet begin on page 9. Paul Harding writes a story about his experience with music, page 12. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Shade by Richard Cole, JazzInIt by Dee Daniels, The Jason Parker Quartet by Jason Parker, Tree-O by Ryan Burns, Motel 5 by Motel 5, In Theory in Practice by Michael Owcharuk, and Polytheistic Fragments by Sir Richard Bishop, page 15. Sara Gazarek is the subject of an interview on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Beth Winter.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2008_24_03

    Date: 2008-03

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.26, no.11, Nov. 2010

    Earshot Jazz, v.26, no.11, Nov. 2010

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    In this issue Earshot begins by mourning the passing of one of Earshot's founders, Gary Bannister, page 2. Earshot previews the rest of the performances during the 2010 Earshot Jazz Festival which includes Rufus Reid Trio, Dafnis Prieto Proverb Trio & Cuong Vu/ Andrew D'Angelo: Agogic, Natacha Atlas, Blue Cranes & Ballrogg, Bill Frisell Beautiful Dreamers Trio & guests, Jack Wright/ Gust Burns/ Mark Kaylor Trio, Randy Halberstadt Quintet, Carmen Staaf Trio, Wayne Horvitz: TONK & Michael Blake's Lucky Thompson Project, Brian Blade & the Fellowship Band + Icons Among Us Screening, Gail Pettis & Friends, Ziggurat Quartet CD Release: Calculated Gestures, University District Jazz Walk, Thomas Marriott New Chamber- Jazz Ensemble, Jack Wright/ Gust Burns Large Ensemble, and Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra: Jazz Goes to Hollywood, page 5- 15. Peter Monaghan previews Nguyen Le Saiyuki Trio with Rudresh Manhathappa before their performance at PONCHO Concert Hall, page 17. Peter Walton writes a review on Randy Halberstadt's album Flash Point, page 19. Cover art is a photograph of Randy Halberstadt by Daniel Sheehan.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2010_26_11

    Date: 2010-11

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.35, no.1, Jan. 2019

    Earshot Jazz, v.35, no.1, Jan. 2019

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with memorial pieces for Samia Panni, Paul Hoskin, and Mark Sampson, written by Jovino Santos Neto, Steve Peters, and Josh Rawlings, page 4. Bill Kotick is the focus of a new feature in which Earshot Jazz takes excerpts from Paul de Barros' upcoming book: After Jackson Street: Seattle Jazz in the Modern Era, page 7. Kate Olson and her music projects and collaborations are featured on page 8 by Paul Rauch. Recurring Jazz Series are listed and discussed on page 10, written by Marianne Gonterman. Pearl Django celebrates 25 years, discussed on page 15, page Ian Gwin. Wayne Horvitz and Sara Schoenbeck, also known as the WHSS Duo, is presented on page 16 by Peter Monaghan. Earshot Jazz reviews albums by Ascension Northwest, Chamber 3, and LaVon Hardison, page 19. Cover art is a photograph of Kate Olson.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2019_35_01

    Date: 2019-01

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.31, no.3, Mar. 2015

    Earshot Jazz, v.31, no.3, Mar. 2015

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on the performance lineup for Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 3. The Golden Ear Awards is discussed on page 4 with a list of the nominees for 2014. On page 6, Farko Dosumov is featured in an artist biography by Andrew Luthringer. Joe Doria is the focus of an article on page 8 by Steve Griggs. Earshot Jazz Spring Series and its performances are listed beginning on page 10. Paul Kikuchi's album release for Bat of No Bird Island is featured on page 14. The 2015 Seattle Jazz Experience is discussed on page 16. Additional performances are listed on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Farko Dosumov.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2015_31_03

    Date: 2015-03

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.4, no.9, Oct. 1988

    Earshot Jazz, v.4, no.9, Oct. 1988

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a spotlight interview and biography on bassist Chuck Metcalf, written by Mark Solomon and Paul de Barros, page 1. This issue holds notes on Roberta Penn, Gary Gibson, Beth Winter, Julian Priester, Jamael Nance, and Ernestine Anderson, page 2. On page 3, Sandra Burlingame and Joseph Murphy review live performances of Linda Dowdell and the Muzue Murakami Quartet. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Jumper Cables by Dave Stors and Third Seattle Festival of Improvised Music by Various Artists, page 6. Cover art is a photograph of Chuck Metcalf.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1988_04_09

    Date: 1988-10

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.13, no.7, Jul. 1997

    Earshot Jazz, v.13, no.7, Jul. 1997

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a biography on Jay Thomas, written by Michael Allison, page 1. Earshot announces their upcoming concerts at the Mural Amphitheater, page 1. This issue holds notes on Milo Petersen, The Backstage, Moe's Mo'Roc'N Cafe, Pepper's Pow-Wow, Sandy Osawa, Upstram Productions, Brent Arnold, Bert Wilson, Chuck Stentz, Joe Baque, Jack Perciful, Anomalous Records, Glass Slipper, Marriott Jazz Quintet, Wayne Horvitz, Robin Holcomb, Eyvind Kang, Bill Frisell, and Phil McNally, page 3. Jazz Port Townsend is featured on page 6. Peter Monaghan discusses Thousand Pieces and their release of Matador's Mistake, page 7. Artists and performances are featured in brief announcements beginning on page 8, including Outhouse, Brad Burns Benefit, Barbeque Band Quintet, and the Center for Contemporary Art (COCA). Earshot announces the upcoming artists and groups at their upcoming Living Spirit of Jazz and Eastside Showcase series, featuring Dmitri Methany, Steve Griggs, Hans Fahling, Chuck Israels, the Dan Faehnle Quartet, Elizabeth Perera, and Cole'lition, page 11. Andrew Bartlett reviews the album Hints on Light and Shadow by Julian Priester and Sam Rivers, page 16. Cover art is a photograph of Jay Thomas.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1997_13_07

    Date: 1997-07

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.16, no.8, Aug. 2000

    Earshot Jazz, v.16, no.8, Aug. 2000

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with an article about the famous Llahngaelhyn venue - the many artists that performed there shared fond memories of the place along with the incredible music experience they had there. With the reunion of the venue they hope it can maybe one day be as great as it was again, page 1. Earshot notes on this year's Earshot Jazz Festival with excitement about the festival and an introduction to the tentative line-up, page 4. Jason West interviewed Rick Mandyck and tells all how and why he's back on sax, and occasionally the guitar, page 12. Earshot notes on jazz shows, which highlights artists backgrounds and experience, page 16. Andrew Bartlett previews Pierre Dorge and the New Jungle Orchestra as a musical group introduction, prior to their performance, page 17. Michael Allison previews the CD 'The Road Begins Here,' with a successful opinion of jazz in the 21st Century, page 23.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2000_16_08

    Date: 2000-08

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.14, no.8, Aug. 1998

    Earshot Jazz, v.14, no.8, Aug. 1998

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Lloyd Jones, Quincy Jones, Jan Stentz, Bob Nixon, Jeff Johnson, Dean Hodges, Bill Ramsay, Chuck Stentz, Jay Thomas, Jim Wilke, Bill Frisell, Eyvind Kang, Wayne Horvitz, Zony Mash, Andy Roth, Tim Young, Fred Chalenor, Chris Speed, Tiny Bell Trio, Brad Shepik, Jim Black, Myra Melford, Don Lanphere, Barbara Hubers-Drake, Andrew Drury, Bossak/Heilbron Foundation, Grants for Artist Projects (GAP), Artist Trust, Michael Bisio, Pamela Moore Dionne, Rob Perry, Trey Hatch, Rob Bageant, Mike Marlin, Dennis Rea, Henry Hughes, Ilsa, The Friday Underground, Tower Records, Dave Peck, Chuck Deardorf, Dean Hodges, Phil McNally, and Elvin Jones, page 3. Rick Mandyck is featured in an artist biography by Jason West on page 4. On page 6, the cover story of 'The Worst Gig I Ever Had' is told by various musicians, including Barney McClure, Steve Korn, Eveline Graf-Muller, Paul Chuey, Steve Moore, Jeff Greinke, Jessica Lurie, Michael Brockman, Susan Pascal, Dennis Rea, Janis Mann, Jovino Santos Neto, Lesli Dalaba, Steve Cavit, and Bill Ramsay. Marc Seales is the focus of a biography by Peter Monaghan, detailing his music experience in Seattle, page 12. Highlight performances include Frog University, SImone/Art Ensemble, Blumck & Bisio, and Bob Moses, page 16. Earshot Jazz announces upcoming artists, groups, and events for their Living Spirit of Jazz series and their Eastside Showcase series, including Joe Koplin Quintet, Ali Ryerson and Joe Beck, the Animal Dreams Ensemble, and the Chris Fagan Ensemble, page 17. Bumbershoot Arts Festival's line-up is listed on page 19. New releases are listed on page 22, including Dying Ground by Eyvind Kang, Jerry Hahn and His Quintet, a reissue by Michael White, The Satellite by Flatland, Mabuse by Mabuse, UnFolkUs by UnFolkUs, and Process of Elimination by Outhouse, reviews by Peter Monaghan. Cover art is an illustration by Daniel Zezelj with the title 'The Worst Gig I Ever Had'.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1998_14_08

    Date: 1998-08

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.34, no.9, Sep. 2018

    Earshot Jazz, v.34, no.9, Sep. 2018

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Seattle JazzED, Tobi Stone, Ann Reynolds, and the winners of the Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra (SWOJO)'s Women Composers Competition, page 3. Bud Young is the focus of a memorial piece on page 4 by Peter Monaghan. Ken Pickering is featured in a memorial piece on page 5 by John Gilbreath. The full performance listing of the 2018 Earshot Jazz Festival is presented on page 7. Jovino Santos Neto and his music engagement in the Seattle Jazz scene are discussed on page 8. The Westerlies are featured on page 10 by Tara Peters. The Bellhaven Jazz Festival and its performances are described on page 11 by Marianne Gontermann. DjangoFest Northwest is discussed on page 12 by Lucienne Aggarwal. Local venues are presented on page 13 for their All-Age access, jam sessions, and education opportunities, written by Tara Peters. Earshot Jazz reviews albums by Bill Anschell and Bad Luck, page 18. Additional performances are listed on page 20. Cover art is a photograph of Jovino Santos Neto.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2018_34_09

    Date: 2018-09

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.34, no.5, May 2018

    Earshot Jazz, v.34, no.5, May 2018

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a memorial piece honoring Cecil Taylor on page 2 by Wayne Horvitz. This is followed by notes on the Eastside Jazz Club, and the Instrumental Ladies of Jazz, page 5. The Golden Ear Awards Party and award recipients are announced and discussed on page 7 by Halynn Blanchard. A recent grant win by the Roxy Coss Quintet is celebrated by Paul Rauch, written on page 13 by Paul Rauch. Cuong Vu is the focus of an artist spotlight, featuring his biography and recordings, page 15 by Peter Monaghan. A performance by Tarik Abouzied, Dan Balmer, and Joe Doria is presented on page 17. The Ballard Jazz Festival is featured on page 18 by Paul Rauch. The Couth Buzzard Books Community Jazz Festival is discussed on page 20. The 2018 Improvised Music Project (IMPFest) is the focus on page 21 by Lucienne Aggarwal. The Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival is presented on page 23 by Ian Gwin. Chano Dominquez's Flamenco Sketches are featured on page 25 by Peter Monaghan. Additional performances are listed on page 28. Cover art is a photograph of the Golden Ear Award Recipients.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2018_34_05

    Date: 2018-05

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