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DownBeat Magazine # June 2013 Volume 80, Number 6

DownBeat Magazine

DownBeat Magazine - June 2013

Editor DownBeat Magazine
Date June 2013 (Cover Date)
Format Magazine
Pages
Location USA
Language English
Link downbeat.com
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Chapters
  • Cover
  • Dave Douglas
  • In His Words
  • By Frank Alkyer with Dave Douglas
  • Trumpeter and Greenleaf Music label head Dave Douglas discusses the struggles, joys and triumphs of taking the creative path less traveled. Douglas, whose new quintet album is Time Travel, aims to celebrate his 50th birthday by embarking on a U.S. tour that will include stops in all 50 states.
  • Features
  • Money Jungle
  • 50 Years After the Summit
  • By Bill Milkowski
  • This year marks the golden anniversary of the release of Money Jungle, the utterly audacious, cross-generational meeting of Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus and Max Roach at Sound Makers Studio in midtown Manhattan.
  • Darcy James Argue
  • A Fable Grows in Brooklyn
  • By Brad Faberman
  • Although all the music for the new CD Brooklyn Babylon was composed by Darcy James Argue, the project was a true collaboration between the acclaimed Secret Society big band leader and graphic novelist Danijel Zezelj, who created the visuals that accompanied its premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and conceptualized the fictional story it tells.
  • Free to Be Jane Monheit
  • By Allen Morrison
  • Appearing especially radiant these days, Jane Monheit exudes contentment. She has never sung better or with more conviction, belying the conventional wisdom that the best art rises from the ashes of misery. Her new album, The Heart Of The Matter Emarcy/Decca, takes big risks, goes for big emotions and cheerfully disregards genre.
  • 36th Annual Student Music Awards
  • Setting the Pace, Raising the Bar
  • Players
  • Beka Gochiashvili
  • Noah Preminger
  • Cynthia Sayer
  • Elias Haslanger
  • Blindfold Test
  • Drummer Allison Miller was tested on the following tracks for the “Blindfold Test” :
  • Ches Smith & These Arches : “Animal Collection” from Hammered Clean Feed
  • Lewis Nash : “Tickle Toe” from Stompin’ At The Savoy M&I, Jazz
  • Quest : “Paraphernalia” from Circular Dreaming Enja
  • Kevin Eubanks : “Resolution” from The Messenger Mack Avenue
  • Han Bennink : “Postlude To Kiefer And A Piece Of Drum” from Bennink & Co. ILK
  • David Virelles : “The Executioner” from Continuum Pi
  • Corea, Clarke & White : “Hackensack” from Forever Concord
  • Also In This Issue
  • New York Voices Celebrate 25 Years, NEXT Collective Reimagines Standards, Paul Motian Saluted at Symphony Space, Sweet Home New Orleans’ Economic Empowerment Education Program, San José Winter Jazz Fest Caught, Roscoe Mitchell and Alvin Fielder Caught, Indie Life : Kadima Collective, Japonize Elephants, Oatmeal Jazz Combo, Brad Goode Master Class, Charlie Haden Solo Transcription, Fred Hersch at Columbia University, plus Dozens of CD Reviews, Product Reviews and Much More !
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