Sunday, March 08, 2015

Sunday Session: March 8, 2015

Dr. John
For your Sunday reading, some interesting music-related items that have hit StLJN's inbox over the past week:

* America's Only Black Piano-Maker Soldiers on Through Slights and Triumphs (American Prospect)
* Life with Bob Dylan, 1989-2006 (Uncut)
* Elling, Charlap Celebrate 100 Years of Sinatra at 2015 Portland Jazz Fest (DownBeat)
* Dr. John Captures the Spirit of Satch at Louis Armstrong Tribute Show (Rolling Stone)
* NYC's Last Classical Sheet Music Store to Close (Wall Street Journal)
* Staple Singers march back into spotlight (USA Today)
* The Religious Experience of John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme” (
* The Story of John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme, Released 50 Years Ago This Month (Open Culture)
* In Memoriam: Classic Album Producer Orrin Keepnews (DownBeat)
* Fresh Air Remembers 'Jazz Master' Orrin Keepnews (NPR)
* Are music subcultures losing their definition? (
* What Are The Mathematics of Jazz? (NPR)
* 50 Years On, Association for Advancement of Creative Musicians Influences Jazz (New York Times)
* Sonic Sabotage: The Noisy History Of Auto-Destructive Music (The Quietus)

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