• Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.3, Mar. 2014

    Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.3, Mar. 2014

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a description of the Golden Ear Awards on page 2 by John Gilbreath. Notes focus on Jazzed! series on KCTS Television, Jessica Kenney, Jazz Northwest with Jim Wilke, and Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 3. On page 5, nominees for the Golden Ear Awards are listed. Samantha Boshnack is the featured artist of an article on page 6 by Schraepfer Harvey. Anton Schwartz is the focus of an article by Steve Griggs on page 8. Pat Metheny and the Unity Band are highlighted on page 10 by Peter Monaghan. The Seattle Jazz Experience and its performances are featured on page 11. Linda Oh and Sun Pictures are featured on page 13. Feature performance including the Ambrose Akinmusire Quintet, Darius Jones & Tarbaby, Human Feel, and Sunna Gunnlaugs Trio, page 14. Bruce Greeley reviews the Dr. Primitive Medicine Show on page 16. Additional performances are listed on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Samantha Boshnack with her trumpet.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2014_30_03

    Date: 2014-03

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.22, no.3, Mar. 2006

    Earshot Jazz, v.22, no.3, Mar. 2006

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with the award recipients for the Earshot Jazz Golden Ear Awards 2006, page 3. Notes in this issue focus on Sonarchy Radio Hour, More Zero, Chris Stover, Michael Monhart, Gregg Keplinger, Ann Talbott, Paul Kikuchi, Cuchata, The Noisettes, Doug Haire, Francois Rabbath, Jack Staw Productions, Lori Goldston, Jason Anderson, Julie Cascioppo, Karin Kajita, Margie Pos, and Paul Rucker, page 4. Performances for the Earshot Spring Festival from March onwards are listed on page 5. Group biographies begin on page 6, discussing The Tiptons, Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares, and the Instant Composers Pool (ICP) Orchestra, written by Peter Monaghan. A memorial piece for Roy Parnell is written on page 12. These Hills of Glory by Wayne Horvitz is in its fourth and fifth installments, which are further discussed on page 14. Peter Monaghan writes a brief article on how local jazz music and musicians are found often as phone hold music for the City of Seattle. On page 16, Paul Harding begins an article on his experience growing up with music. On page 17, Jazz Radio programming is listed for KBCS, KEXP, KPLU, KSER, KUOW, and KWJZ radio stations. Highlight performances include Sandra Locklear, Gail Pettis, Hiromi, Tom Swafford, PK, Ben Thomas, Greta Matassa, Cornish Alumni Composers, Katy Bourne, Pantheon, Pony Boy Records Series, Ernestine Anderson, the Bar Tabac Quartet, They Don't Mean 'Fink', Bach Around the Clock, Jazz Vespers, Glorious Hills, Reggie Goings, Hadley Caliman, Jim Knapp, Tom Varner, The Tiptons, Jessica Lurie, MAD TRIO, Greg Schroeder, the Emerald City Jazz Orchestra, Paul Rucker, the Jazz Police, the Radio Rhythm Orchestra Drumming for Gold, Bellevue Community College Jazz Orchestra, Kelley Johnson, Marlena Shaw, Accordian/Bass Secret, Victor Noriega, Papa Grows Funk, Seattle Central Community College Jazz Ensemble, Mark Taylor, Marc Seales, Jeff Johnson, Byron Vannoy, Kobe, Japan, Sister City Jazz Vocalist Competition, Bernie Jacobs, Karin Kajita, and Red Hot and Cole, page 18. Cover art is Han Bennink of the ICP Orchestra.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2006_22_03

    Date: 2006-03

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.19, no.1, Jan. 2003

    Earshot Jazz, v.19, no.1, Jan. 2003

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    In this issue Peter Monaghan begins with an article about Dawn Clement, her unique voice that shows in her piano playing, and that she definitely is going somewhere, page 1. Earshot jazz notes a film festival called, The Blues, a festival to foster blues as a genre of music and how it has come to influence the world, page 4. This year's Golden Ear Awards honors some of the best in the northwest, page 5. Peter Monaghan review's Use Us, the Japanese big band, Continued in the Underground's CD, page 6. Cover photo is a photograph of Dawn Clement, photo by Daniel Sheehan.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2003_19_01

    Date: 2003-01

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.24, no.11, Nov. 2008

    Earshot Jazz, v.24, no.11, Nov. 2008

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes from Molly Manor about the musical group Sonando, how they don't always fit into the genre and mold their group categorizes themselves as and the sound they create together, page 4. Earshot notes on 'Eyeshot' the jazz blog where photographer Daniel Sheehan posts his photos from the Earshot Jazz events, page 9. Earshot writes a preview on the Jessica Lurie Ensemble and highlighting the many hats Lurie wears within the group, page 10. Earshot previews Eyvind Kang and further dives into Kang's project 'Grass,' page 11. Peter Monaghan previews the McCoy Tyner Trio and indulges in Tyner as a musician with highlights from his projects and capabilities as an artist, page 12. Earshot reviews CD's by Bill Frisell called 'History, Mystery,' ESP Trio's called Alchemy and Doug Miller's Regeneration, page 14. Cover art of Sonanso's Fred Hoadley , photograph taken by Daniel Sheehan.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2008_24_11

    Date: 2008-11

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.7, Jul. 2014

    Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.7, Jul. 2014

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Jim Wilke, Bill Frisell, Bake's Place, 4Culture Arts Projects Recipients, Music Educator Award Quarterfinalists, and the lineup of Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 4. A description of the Jazz: The Second Century series and listings of its performances are written on page 6. Jazz Port Townsend is featured on page 10 by Jeff Janeczko. Concert series in July and August are listed beginning on page 12 and Northwest Jazz Festivals are listed on page 16. Additional performances are listed on page 18. Cover art is a group photograph of Jazz: The Second Century artists.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2014_30_07

    Date: 2014-07

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  • Earshot Jazz, no.3, Feb. 1985

    Earshot Jazz, no.3, Feb. 1985

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with an article focusing on books and albums that entail or express the influence of African music on Jazz and other music in the Americas, written by Gary Bannister on page 1. This is followed at the end of page 1 by an article entitled 'The Artist As Self-Promoter' by Allen Youngblood, which discusses an artist's need for a wide variety of skills, venues, and roles, where such opportunities can be found, and how an artist can develop themselves and their art to fit. On page 2 and 3, Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Changes by Keith Jarrett, Amber Skies by David Friesen, Comin' and Goin' by Jim Pepper, and Canoneo by Canoneo. Cover art is The Duke wrapped up in various instruments and a bass drum.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1985_01_03

    Date: 1985-02

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.16, no.7, Jul. 2000

    Earshot Jazz, v.16, no.7, Jul. 2000

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with an article about Jazz Port Townsend and its artists, page 1. Also on page 1, Doris Duke is featured along with the Doris Duke JazzNet and the endowment program's structure. Earshot Jazz Festival is previewed on page 3 with a list of artists and groups performing. Notes in this issue include Jerry Heldman, The Llahngaelhyn, James Bush, Andrew Bartlett, Norm Bobrow, Hal Galper, Jovino Santos Neto, Harvey Wainapel, Chuck Deardorf, Mark Ivester, Jeff Busch, Outhouse, Paul Chuey, Sonarchy, Black Cat Orchestra, No Futuro, Harry Pierce, Balcony, Christian Asplund, and Bebop and Destruction, page 3. The Experience Music Project (EMP) is featured by Jason West, page 5. Josh Deutsch and Tatum Greenblatt are featured on page 7 by Anne Lewandowski. Highlight performances include Lynnette Westendorf, Don Lanphere, Axolotl, and John Zorn's Masada, page 12. Earshot Jazz announces the upcoming artists, groups, and events for their Voice & Vision series, including Bill Horist, Michael Moore, Cor Fuhler, Tristan Honsinger, Assif Tsahar, Pierre Dorge, the New Jungle Orchestra, and the Jobim-Morelenbaum Project, page 15. Summer Jazz Festivals are listed on page 17. On page 18, Scott Furuta discusses recent performances at Jazz Alley. Christopher DeLaurenti discusses the creative process in music, page 22. Earshot Jazz reviews the album Like a Bird by Don Lanphere, page 23. Cover art is a photograph of Gonzalo Rubalcaba at the piano.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2000_16_07

    Date: 2000-07

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.29, no.8, Aug. 2013

    Earshot Jazz, v.29, no.8, Aug. 2013

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    In this issue Earshot has notes on the 25th anniversary of the Earshot Jazz Festival, with mentions of some of this year's performances, page 4. Earshot has notes on Steve Griggs' Panama Hotel Jazz Project - researching to creating something relevant to the audience of the space, page 5. Peter Monaghan previews the Christian Pincock Group - with introductions on Pincock and his group, page 6. Earshot previews the North City Jazz Walk, a North City favorite with great jazz and snacks to munch on from venue to venue, page 8. Earshot notes the Eastside Jazz Club with a short preview of the film, Lady Be Good: Instrumental Women in Jazz, and a performance by vocalist Eugenie Jones and her start to becoming a jazz vocalist, page 11. Earshot highlights some of the August outdoor jazz opportunities in the city for jazz enthusiasts and jazz fans, page 12. Summer and Fall festivals highlighted around the Northwest, page 14. A Steve Griggs music lesson about transcription from the 1997 archives features a transcribed musical piece from a Jay Thomas solo, page 16. Cover art is a photograph of Steve Griggs taken by Daniel Sheehan.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2013_29_08

    Date: 2013-08

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  • Earshot Jazz, no.2, Jan. 1985

    Earshot Jazz, no.2, Jan. 1985

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with an article written in memory of Collin Walcott (1945-1984) by Gary Bannister on page 1. This is followed by a call for applications to The Washington State Arts Commission for their 1985-1986 Artist-in-Residence program and includes a note of encouragement to apply and a story of personal experience by Allen Youngblood. Beginning on page 2, Earshot Jazz reviews the records Blue by Randy Weston, Ross Island by Dave Storrs, Into Somewhere by the Don Lanphere Quintet, Jumpin' In by the Dave Holland Quintet, and includes a Selected Discography list of recordings by Collin Walcott. Cover art is a photograph of Colin Walcott with Don Cherry and Na Na Vasconcelos.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1985_01_02

    Date: 1985-01

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.21, no.6, Jun. 2005

    Earshot Jazz, v.21, no.6, Jun. 2005

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with an article on Dave Peck and his approach to improvisation, page 1 by Todd Matthews. Notes focus on Roosevelt, Mountlake Terrace, Shorewood, and Garfield High Schools, the Art of Jazz, Sonarchy Radio, The Jimmy Bennington Trio, David Haney, Michael Bisio, Mike Shannon, Frieze of Life, Greg Sinibaldi, Mark Taylor, Chris Stover, Jay Roulston, Geoff Harper, Byron Vannoy, Deepayan, James, Andrew Drury, Chris Speed, Myra Melford, Augusti Fernandez, Heddy Boubaker, Martine Altenburger, page 2. Bill Frisell's interview with Earshot regarding his music experience and creative process, page 4. Peter Monaghan previews the Vancouver Jazz Festival, discussing various artists, groups, and events scheduled for the 2005 festival, page 6. A list of summer festivals is on page 9. On page 12, Abe Beeson's experience and advice as a radio host is written on page 12 along with a biography, written by Todd Matthews. Earshot Jazz reviews the album Take Five: The Public and Private Lives of Paul Desmond by Doug Ramsey, page 14. Todd Matthews interviews Doug Ramsey about Paul Desmond, page 14. Another interview, this time with Christin Miller, is transcribed on page 16 by Todd Matthews. Highlight performances begin on page 18, featuring Kurt Elling, Sonny Fortune, Rashied Ali, Mountlake High School Jazz Program, Ficus Trio, Eldar Djangirov, Lee Ritenour, the Seattle Free Jazz Festival, Boulou Ferre, Elios Ferre, Mose Allison, Jessica Williams, and Diane Schuur. Cover art is a headshot of Dave Peck.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2005_21_06

    Date: 2005-06

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