Sunday, January 10, 2016

Sunday Session: January 10, 2016

Lionel Loueke
For your Sunday reading, some interesting music-related items that have turned up recently in StlJN's inbox:

* The Internet Is the Grateful Dead (Pacific Standard)
* Composers Learn To Make A Living With 'Invisible' Music (NPR)
* 5 Ways Streaming Music Will Change In 2016 (Fast Company)
* Accordion Store’s Departure Signals End of Manhattan’s Music Row (New York Times)
* Boppin’ On Bee Hive (WFIU)
* Study of jazz pianists finds ‘happy’ and ‘sad’ music evoke different neural patterns (
* Bernie Worrell Battling Stage Four Lung Cancer (
* R.I.P., Paul Bley (Ottawa Citizen)
* Jazz Composition in the Digital Age (
* Lloyd Recruits Willie Nelson, Norah Jones for Marvels CD (DownBeat)
* A Turntable Was Amazon's Top Selling Holiday Audio Product (
* Global Guitar Hero Loueke Shares Musical Journey (DownBeat)
* Adele and Bruce Springsteen Tours Spark Battle Behind Jacked-Up 'Spec Pricing' (Billboard)
* How the Phonograph Changed Music Forever (Smithsonian)
* Some Thoughts on Paul Bley (
* Review: John Coltrane - A Love Supreme: The Complete Masters (Jazz Times)
* Esperanza Spalding Is Letting Emily Be Emily (NPR)
* 2nd Class Action Suit Filed Against Spotify Seeks $200M "To vindicate rights" Of Songwriters, Publishers (
* Otis Clay Deserves To Be Remembered In The Long Run (
* Does David Bowie's ★ (Blackstar) Mark a New Music Trend of Jazz Rock for 2016? (

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