Sunday, November 22, 2015

Sunday Session: November 22, 2015

Quincy Jones
From the farthest reaches of the Internet, via RSS, email, social media, and more, here's this week's grab-bag of links to various music-related items of potential interest:

* How Teens Consume Media: Music Still Trumps Social [CHART] (
* Live Nation to increase venue security after Paris attacks (
* House music: The performers who are now staging gigs in living-rooms (The Independent UK)
* The Sounds of Memphis (
* Why is there no room for jazz in Dublin? (Irish Times)
* Report: Monk Institute Jazz Vocals Competition Finals 2015 (Jazz Times)
* Review: Quincy Jones loves jazz and jazz loves Quincy Jones at Monk Institute gala (Los Angeles Times)
* Apple’s iTunes Is Alienating Its Most Music-Obsessed Users (Wired)
* Seeing Through “A Love Supreme” to Find John Coltrane (The New Yorker)
* 'We tell Spotify no, YouTube does it anyway': The music industry's love-hate relationship with YouTube (
* Three Views of Jaco: Weather Report: The Legendary Live Tapes 1978-1981 / JACO: The Film & Original Soundtrack (
* Bix Beiderbecke fans target a 2017 opening for museum (Quad City Times)
* What Sam Phillips Heard (Oxford American)
* Punk Legend Cheetah Chrome Fights Facebook For His Name (LA Weekly)
* Photo Gallery: Johnny O'Neal in Paris (Jazz Times)
* Review: Celebrating Cecil Taylor, a Pianist of Endless Influence (New York Times)
* Bowie hires jazz artists for new album (BBC)
* Ice-T swaps rap for poetry and jazz (BBC)
* This Is the Only Photo of Charlie Parker Playing His Sax in His Hometown (Atlas Obscura)
* From Bastard Assignment to Kammer Klang: the UK’s new music scene (The Guardian UK)
* We Found Some Of The Weirdest Releases On Discogs (

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