Sunday, October 04, 2015

Sunday Session: October 4. 2015

Phil Woods
For your Sunday reading, here are some interesting music-related items that have hit StLJN's inbox over the past week:

* Frank Sinatra's Radio Broadcasts Unearthed for Reissue (Rolling Stone)
* Saxophonist Phil Woods Dies at 83 (DownBeat)
* Shhh! New Orleans Takes Steps to Turn Down the Music (Reuters)
* Interview: Harry Gregson-Williams talks his score for The Martian (
* The Hit Charade - An algorithm might create a playlist you enjoy, but don’t mistake that for creativity (Technology Review)
* For Jukebox Salesman, Collecting Records Isn't Just A Job: It's A Hobby, Too (NPR)
* Life on Mars: The Surviving Members of the Earliest No Wave Band Talk Muggings, Warhol, and 1977 (
* The New Payola: Chart-Rigging and Scams in the EDM Bubble (
* A look back at the 58th Monterey Jazz Fest (
* Gary Clark Jr on being the 'chosen one' and getting phone calls from Beyoncé (The Guardian UK)
* The Night That John Coltrane Played Seattle and Launched a Movement (Seattle Weekly)
* Muhal Richard Abrams interview (
* Crusaders Saxophonist Wilton Felder Dies at 75 (Jazz Times)
* Akinmusire Debuts Poignant Multimedia Project at Chicago’s Hyde Park Jazz Festival (DownBeat)
* Chucho Valdés Brings Irakere Revival Tour to U.S. (Billboard)
* Terry Riley: 'I haven’t felt nailed down to anything' (The Guardian UK)
* How Radiohead’s ‘Kid A’ Kicked Off the Streaming Revolution (Grantland)

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