• Earshot Jazz, v.10, no.5, May 1994

    Earshot Jazz, v.10, no.5, May 1994

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with an article entitled 'The Benefits of Jazz Education', written by Andrew Freund, page 1. This issue holds notes on The Maggie Hawthorne Benefit, Barney McClure, Chuck Deardorf, Jan Stenz, Bill Ramsey, Dave Peck, Kris O'Grady, Sergei P. Tchernisch, Roberta Penn, David Keller, Jud Sherwood, Pacific Northwest Jazz Alliance, Andrew Drury, Wayne Horvitz, Robin Holcomb, Bill Frisell, Michael Schrieve, the New York Composers Orchestra, Ken Wiley, Greta Matassa, the New Orleans Quintet, James Rasmussen, the Jazz Police, Jay Clayton, Jack Straw's Board of Directors, KSER-FM, Seattle Asian American Film Festival, Mark Izu, Kirkland Jazz Nite, Trish Hatley, Hans Brehmer, Peter Manning, and Andy Shaw, page 2. On page 3, John Gilbreath reviews Jim Pepper's Tribute Concert and Earshot announces the upcoming concerts of their Living Spirit of Jazz series, featuring artists/groups the Bill Horvitz Trio, the Living Spirit Band, Jessica Williams, Sonando, Kelley Johnson, and the John Hansen Trio. On page 4, performance preview articles for Vinnie Golia and Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill are written by Jim Knodle. Joseph Murphy, Andrew Freund, and John Hillmer review live performances of the Jazz Police in a Jim Pepper Tribute Concert, Collins, Hart, & Jorgensen, and Diary of an African American, page 10. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Alive in the House of Saints by the Myra Melford Trio, Song Out of My Trees by Henry Threadgill, and Black Saint by Henry Threadgill, page 13. Cover art is an illustration of a trumpeter in a graduation cap and gown.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1994_10_05

    Date: 1994-05

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.33, no.2, Feb. 2017

    Earshot Jazz, v.33, no.2, Feb. 2017

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on local radio programs and the lineup of performances for Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 4. The Golden Ear Award Nominees are listed on page 5. Eugenie Jones is featured on page 6 in an artist biography by Steve Griggs. Performances for Earshot Jazz's series Sound in Motion are listed and discussed beginning on page 8. The 32nd Annual Seattle Improvised Festival is discussed on page 13. The 2017 PDX Jazz Festival is presented on page 14 by Halynn Blanchard. The performance of Branford Marsalis Quartet and Kurt Elling at the Triple Door are discussed on page 15. Earshot Jazz reviews the recent albums by Bill Frisell, Tyrant Lizard, and other artists, page 16. Additional performances are listed on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Eugenie Jones.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2017_33_02

    Date: 2017-02

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.21, no.10, Oct. 2005

    Earshot Jazz, v.21, no.10, Oct. 2005

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue is the 2005 Earshot Jazz Festival program. It begins with a welcome note from John Gilbreath, page 2. Festival events are listed on page 6. Artist and group articles begin on page 8 in performance order, including Yuri Yunakov Ensemble w/ Ivo Papasov, Jazz Journalist Panel, Pyeng Threadgill, Tribute To Jimi Hendrix, Marc Ribot, Jon Pugh, Legends of Seattle Jazz, Michael Bisio Trio, Kris Davis Quartet, Omar Sosa Quartet & Dafnis Prieto Quintet, Conversations and Deconstructions, Dave Douglas, Robert Glasper Trio, Joey Defrancesco Trio, Tobias Delius 4tet, Jazz Poetry on Jackson, Wallace Roney Quintet, Jason Moran, Joe Doria Trio, Ralph Alessi Quintet, Patricia Barber Quartet, Wally Shoup/ Nels Cline/ Greg Campbell, Vijay Iyer/ Rudresh Manhanthappa & Roscoe Mitchell, Olu Dara Quartet, Gutbucket & Roscoe Mitchell, Claire Daly, Gutbucket, Paris Combo, Roosevelt & Garfield High School Jazz Bands w/ special guest Ravi Coltrane, Jeff 'Tain' Watts Quartet, Cuong Vu Trio, Ravi Coltrane Quartet, Laura Welland Band, Ben Thomas Quartet, Poetry in Jazz Panel, Bill Charlap Trio, Gary Hobbs Quartet, Luciana Souza Brazilian Duo, Robin Holcomb & Wayne Horvitz, Bobo Stenson Trio, Cornish Jazz Composers, Konono #1, Reptet, Gangbe Brass Band, Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra w/ Nea Jazz Master Gerald Wilson, Jay Clayton, Marc Seales New Quintet, Virginia Rodrigues, Gregg Keplinger/ Michael Monhart & Friends, and Seattle Chamber Players. Earshot catches up with Kris Davis in an interview about her transition from classical to jazz and her current quartet along with her musical decisions, page 14. Andrew Bartlett has notes on Dave Douglas and his most recent album and upcoming performance, page 19. On page 29, Earshot Jazz announces the line-up for their Film Series, which features Jazz Jukebox Films from the 1940s, This is Gary McFarland, Jazz on the West Coast: The Lighthouse, My Name is Albert Ayler, Animation + Syncopation: Swinging Cartoons For The Whole Family, Jazz Women on Screen. Peter Monaghan writes on Vijay Iyer using the cognitive strategies we use to understand and produce music, and in goes more in depth in their interview, page 31. Lloyd Peterson interviews, Wayne Horvitz, a pioneer in the world of electronics, page 44. Cover art is a photograph of Marshall Bialas with a trumpet.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2005_21_10

    Date: 2005-10

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.16, no.4, Apr. 2000

    Earshot Jazz, v.16, no.4, Apr. 2000

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Julian Priester, Essentially Ellington, Garfield High School, Roosevelt High School, Mountlake Terrace High School, Shorewood High School, Anne Drummond, Kenny Barron, Thomas Marriott, David Marriott, Edmonia Jarrett, Aaron Parks, Anja Parks, Hans Teuber, Sonarchy Radio, Tony Grasso Saxophone Quartet, and Guardian Alien, page 3. Winners of the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival 2000 are listed on page 7. Clarence Acox and his work as the music director at Garfield High School is featured on page 8. Highlight performances for the month begin on page 14, including Rockin' Adult Teenagers, Swingin' Jet City, Greg Williamson, Mike West, First Sunday series, Portage Bay Big Band, Larry Coryell, Jovino Santos Neto, Harvey Wainapel, Rick Mandyck, Fresh Paint series, Steve Griggs, Elvin Jones, Airto Moreira, Flora Purim, and Joey Baron. The lineup for OK Hotel includes OUTrageous, Free Consultation, Jeff Greinke, Ghidra, Amy Denio, Axolotl, Disjunkt, Jim Knodle, Dave Storrs, and the Tony Grasso Saxophone Quartet, page 17. Earshot Jazz announces upcoming artists, groups, and events for their Voice & Vision series, including rebreather, Elizabeth Falconer, Colin Skerritt, Bill Horist, Michael Moore, Cor Fuhler, and Tristan Honsiger, page 19. Recent CD releases are discussed on page 21. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums American Bandstand by Wayne Horvitz, Upper Egypt by Wayne Horvitz and Zony Mash, Pictures in Motion by Ken Field, The Memphis Years by George Cartwright, and Free by the Jeff Johnson Trio, page 22. Cover art is a photograph of Clarence Acox with the caption 'Clarence Acox - Garfields top cat among the Bulldogs'.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2000_16_04

    Date: 2000-04

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.9, no.5, Jun. 1993

    Earshot Jazz, v.9, no.5, Jun. 1993

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a performance preview of Steve Lacy's sextet performing their commissioned work 'Vespers', page 1, written by Joseph Murphy. Andrew Freund discusses South East Effective Development's (S.E.E.D) convert series at Seward Park, the article featuring the performances of saxophonists Hank Crawford and Bobby Watson, page 3. The Living Spirit jazz series an upcoming artists are discussed on page 3, featuring the Roosevelt High School Jazz Band Fundraiser, Dave Frishberg, the Living Spirit House Band, and the Lorraine Desmarals Quartet. John Gilbreath discusses the second phase of the Lilla Wallace - Reader's Digest National Jazz Network on page 4. Daniel Barry discusses jazz education in regards to whether focusing on details or the bigger picture is more conducive and proper in teaching jazz students. Kris O'Grady is featured in a brief article by Andrew Freund on page 12. On page 14, Nina Harlan, Sam Spitzer, Steve Robinson, and Joseph Murphy review live performances of Kelley Johnson, Serafina's Monday Night Jams, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and the New York Composer' Orchestra (West). Joseph Murphy reviews a performance of 'The Piano Lesson' by August Wilson, directed by Lloyd Richard on page 18. On page 11, summer festivals and their events are listed. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Catabatics by Catabatics, Lost Men and Area 51 by Area 51, Face the Music by Garbo's Hat, A Good Question by Howard Schanzer, If you Look Far Enough by Arild Anderson, Ralph Towner, and Nana Vasconcelos, and Lines & Spaces by John Stowell. On page 23, Bruce Greeley discusses a performance by Diamond Fist Werny, the Nick Manson Trio Plus, and the Bige Quartet. E.L. Saylor reviews performances by Eric Ring and Friends, the U-District Street Fair, and Mike Stone's Senior Recital, page 24. Cover art is a group photograph of Steve Lacy's Sextet, showing Jean-Jaques Avenel, Steve Potts, Bobby Few, Irene Aebi, Steve Lacy, and John Betch.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1993_09_05

    Date: 1993-06

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.15, no.10, Oct. 1999

    Earshot Jazz, v.15, no.10, Oct. 1999

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue is the program for the 1999 Earshot Jazz Festival. It begins with a welcome note by John Gilbreath, page 2. Performance previews begin on page 6, focusing on Branford Marsalis, Ray Anderson's Pocket Brass Band, Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, Willem Breuker Kollektief, Blema Bii, Obo Addy & Julian Priester, John Hicks, George Lewis & New Orchestra Workshop, Dave Scott/Tony Malaby Quartet, New Art Jazz Quartet, Duke Ellington: The Elegant Activist, Equal Interest, Kenny Werner & Kenny Wheeler, David Murray's Do Deuk Review, Benny Green, Jovino Santos Neto, David Hajdu, Chick Corea & Origin, Greta Matassa & Spectrum Dance, Marc Seales Quintet, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Steve Lacy, Irene Aebi, Wayne Horvitz, Ray Barretto & Kenny Burrell, Ingrid Jensen Quartet, Dave Douglas' Tiny Bell Trio, Briggan Krauss & Wayne Horvitz, Eric Alexander Quartet, Kenny Barron Trio, Steve Korn Sextet, and William Cepeda's Afrorican Jazz. Highlight performances include Sideman, Pacific Lutheran University's Jazz Ensemble, Andy Milne, Kilgore Trout, Our House Series, Nuevo Tango, Dave Frishberg, and Bob Dorough. Cover art is a photograph of Duke Ellington.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1999_15_10

    Date: 1999-10

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.31, no.7, Jul. 2015

    Earshot Jazz, v.31, no.7, Jul. 2015

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on performances on Jazz Northwest with Jim Wilke and Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 4. On page 5, Earshot Jazz announces the performances for their Jazz: The Second Century series. Rik Wright and Fundamental Forces are discussed on page 8 by Steve Griggs. The Jazz Under the Stars series is featured on page 10. Spiros Exaras and Elio Villafranca is the focus of an article on page 11. Jazz Port Townsend is previewed on page 12 by Jeff Janeczko. Summer jazz concerts and series are listed and described on page 14. Northwest Summer Jazz Festivals are listed on page 16. Additional performances are listed on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of the 2015 Jazz: The Second Century series artists.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2015_31_07

    Date: 2015-07

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.6, no.9, Oct. 1990

    Earshot Jazz, v.6, no.9, Oct. 1990

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a performance announcement for Bert Wilson Nonet with Bob Meyer at the Earshot Fall Opener, written by Gary Bannister, page 1. Joseph Murphy discusses the uncertain market for independent recording labels, page 1. This issue holds notes on Chuck Israels, Murl Allen Sanders, Lake Union Cafe, Bailey's, Jerry Michelsen, Bochinche, John Clayton, Jeff Hamilton, Gary Bannister, KSER-FM, Backstage, Scott Cossu, Jerry Granelli, J. Granelli, Ralph Towner, Julian Priester, Denney Goodhew, Charlie Haden, Robben Ford, Mose Allison, and Glen Moore, page 2. A performance preview for Nancy King and Glen Moore is written by Sandra Burlingame on page 3. Paul de Barros writes Earshot Jazz announcements and news on page 5. An update of Jim Pepper is written on page 7 by Gary Bannister. Randy Halberstadt is featured in a brief biography by Sandra Burlingame on page 9. Dave Dickerson, Joseph Murphy, Andrew M. Freund, and Andrew Hollis review live performances by Bud Shank, Paul Motian Trio, Don Lanphere Quintet with Brenda Buifilino, Ron Steen Quartet, Woody Woodhouse and The Olympic Jazz Quartet, Going Overboard, Reggie Goings Jam Session, Barney McClure, Jan Stentz, John Stowell, and Chris Clark on page 11. The Latona pub is featured in a venue description on page 13 by Sandra Burlingame. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Alive in Seattle by Lunar Adventures, and Both Sides of the Same Mirror by the Paul Plimley/ Lyle Ellis Duo, page 15. Cover art is a photo of Bob Meyer posing with a drum in a high back chair.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1990_06_09

    Date: 1990-10

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.31, no.6, Jun. 2015

    Earshot Jazz, v.31, no.6, Jun. 2015

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on DownBeat Magazine's Student Music Awards, Seattle Transmedia Independent Film Festival, and the lineup for Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 4. New Jazz Jam sessions are discussed on page 5, featuring the Nectar Lounge and Capitol Cider. Performances for the Earshot Jazz Spring Series are listed, beginning on page 10. The TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival is discussed on page 13. Northwest Summer Jazz Festivals are listed on page 15. Earshot Jazz reviews recent albums by OU, Tom Collier, Eugenie Jones, and the Zubatto Syndicate, page 16. Additional performances are listed on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Morgan Gilkeson and Adriana Giordino.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2015_31_06

    Date: 2015-06

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.4, no.4, May 1988

    Earshot Jazz, v.4, no.4, May 1988

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a preview for New Jazz, New City III, written by Ted Dzielak, Joseph Murphy, and Paul de Barros, page 1. This is follow on page 1 by a spotlight biography on pianist Peggy Stern, written by Sandra Burlingame. This issue holds notes on the Elliott Bay/Gig Harbor Jazz Festival, Gary Peacock, Ham Carson, Seattle Jazz Festival, Jay Clayton, 'Roots of Jazz: King County', Brad Schoeppach, and Blue Sky, Kenny G., Oregon, Scott Lindemuth, and Diane Schuur are all finalist for the Rocket/NAMA Rocky Awards, Clarence Acox, Bellevue Jazz Festival, Jazz Alliance, and Judith Broadhurst, page 2. Earshot Jazz reviews the album In Seattle by Michael Bisio Quartet, featuring Ron Soderstrom, page 6. Also on page 6, Sheila Espinoza writes another spotlight biography on Woody Woodhouse. Nancy Curtis wraps up the issue on page 8 with a performance review for a night at Ben Moore's Restaurant & Bar. Cover art is the New Jazz, New City logo and a headshot of pianist Peggy Stern.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1988_04_04

    Date: 1988-05

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