Monday, November 12, 2007

DownBeat November 2007 issue


With respect to Max Roach, DownBeat has changed the November issue feature story on Max Roach to the cover story. Dave Brubeck will instead be the cover feature for the December issue
Wynton Marsalis — Live on stage at the North Sea Jazz Festival, young, rising star New Orleans-born trumpeter Christian Scott interviewed fellow New Orleans native Marsalis. The result is two trumpeters—with plenty of differences, and plenty of similarities—talking trumpet and swapping generational ideas.
DownBeat Lifetime Achievement Award–Dan Morgenstern — We present our annual award for a lifetime commitment to jazz to a former DownBeat editor, director of the Institute for Jazz Studies at Rutgers and a tireless advocate for the music.
Max Roach — From his still-living contemporaries to today’s young time keepers, drummers could talk for hours about Roach’s influence. From his seminal bebop explorations to his forays into the avant-garde, the drummer’s innovative playing has served as a beacon of jazz excellence for more than 60 years. We may not hear Roach on the bandstand anymore, but we can still appreciate his monumental talent.
Louis Hayes — To celebrate his 70th birthday, the former Cannonball Adderley and Horace Silver drummer led three different groups at New York’s Jazz Standard. The result was a snapshot of the amazing breadth of Hayes’ drum talent, as well as his prowess as a leader.
A New Beat — From Dafnis Prieto, Jeff Ballard and David King to Hamid Drake, Terreon Gully and many others, drummers are reinventing the rhythmic matrix upon which jazz “swings.”
John Santos and Scott Neumann Maser Classes
Adonis Rose (drums)
Kendrick Scott (drums)
Charles Davis (saxophone)
4Hero (group)
• Riffs—Jazz News From Around The Globe
• Vinyl Freak, The Question
• Caught: Red Sea Jazz Fest; Stefano Bollani in Umbira; Nis Festival in Serbia
• Backstage With: Steve Wilson
• Keith Jarrett Trio 25th Anniversary
• Rudy Linka’s traveling Czech Jazz Festival • Benny Carter Hollywood Bowl tribute
• Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame • JazzWeek Changes Radio Reporting
• Jazz on Campus: Manhattan School of Music forms relationship with Shanghai Conservatory
• Transcription: John Scofield’s guitar solo on “Dark Blue”
• Making of a “Signature Cymbal”
• Pearl Vision drum kit
• LP Cajon
• Audio-Technica ATH-M50 studio monitor headphones.
• Mapex Saturn Series Shell Pack
• Yamaha 40th Anniversary Snare
• Roland HD-1
• Tama Starclassic Performer B/B drum kit
• Bopworks Gene Krupa model drum stick
• HQ Sound Off
Hot Box
Wallace Roney, Jazz (HighNote)
Luciana Souza, The New Bossa Nova (Verve)
Happy Apple, Happy Apple Back On Top (Sunnyside)
André Previn, Alone (EmArcy)
Paul Motian Trio + Two (Winter & Winter)
Mushroom with Eddie Gale (Hyena)
Avishai Cohen (Anzic)
Matt Shulman (Jaggo)
North Mississippi Allstars (Songs Of South)
Extra Golden (Thrill Jockey)
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings (World’s Fair)
Oliver Mtukudzi (Heads Up)
Charlie Haden & Antonio Forcione (Naim)
Bernie Worrell (Godforsaken Music)
Hector Martignon (Zoho)
Hugh Marsh (Cool Papa)
Nels Cline/Andrea Parkins/Tom Rainey (Victo)
Fred Katz (Reboot Stereophonic)
Rudder (19/8)
Dee Dee Bridgewater (EmArcy)
Lisa Hilton (Ruby Slippers Productions)
Joan Stiles (Oo-Bla-Dee)
Phil Woods Quintet (Kind Of Blue)
Bud Shank & Bill Mays (Jazzed Media)
Paul Bley (ECM)
David Witham (Cryptogramophone)
Anoushka Shankar and Karsh Kale (Manhattan)
Steve Kuhn (Sunnyside)
MG3 (ATS Records)
Akiko Tsuruga (18th And Vine)
New York Voices (Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild)
Jason Steele Ensemble (Ears & Eyes)
Steve Smith and Vital Information (Hudson Music)
Manu Katché (ECM)
Mickey Hart & Zakir Hussain (Shout! Factory)
Alvin Queen (enja/Justin Time)
Charlie Hunter and Bobby Previte as Groundtruther (Thirsty Ear)
Harper (Blind Pig)
Sugar Blue (Beeble)
Sharrie Williams (Crosscut)
Bobby Hebb (Intuition)
JT Lauritsen & the Buckshot Hunters (Hunters)
Doug Cox/Salil Bhatt with Kamkumar Mishra (Northernblues)
DVD Jazz Icons second set of DVDs
Live At The Monterey Jazz Festival releases (Monterey Jazz Festival Records)
Johnny Mercer Mosaic Select (Mosaic Select)
Book Alyn Shipton, New History Of Jazz (Continuum)


Representando o Brasil, o novo disco de Luciana Souza, "The New Bossa Nova" (não poderia haver título menos inspirado) ganhou três estrelas na crítica principal assinada por Paul de Barros.

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