Sunday, November 13, 2016

Sunday Session: November 13, 2016

Some interesting music-related items that have landed in StLJN's inbox over the past week:

* When Bob Dylan Practiced Downstairs (Village Voice)
* Searching for Albert Ayler (Jazz Times)
* What Sun Ra's Poetry Can Teach Us About Afrofuturism (
* Marshall Allen: Son of Ra (Jazz Times)
* The Story of ‘Ella and Louis,’ 60 Years Later A century-defining album’s improbable genesis. (
* Adobe’s “Photoshop for audio” mimics human voices to add words someone never said (
* Saint John Coltrane Church Finds A New Groove In NoPa (
* Vijay Iyer on Musical and Ethnic Identity (SPIN)
* How Abbey Road got game: the invasion of the video-game soundtrack (The Guardian UK)
* A new injection-moulded vinyl technology promises to slash costs and improve sound quality (
* Injection Moulded Records – Vinyl Of The Future? (
* The Man Who'll Make a Gorgeous Guitar Out of Anything (Popular Mechanics)
* My Job At A Record Label Makes Me Cry — But I Won't Quit (
* Music technology needs internationalism, safe expression (
* Why The Rebirth Of Liner Notes Matters For Music (
* Musical Cannibalism With Cyro Baptista (NPR)
* The Future 50: The Rising Stars To Look Out For (The Guardian UK)
* Bassist Victor Bailey Dies at 56 (Jazz Times)
* How Newark became one of the greatest jazz cities in the world (The Guardian UK)

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