Sunday, November 20, 2016

Sunday Session: November 20, 2016

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

* Leon Russell Dies; Southern-Rock Legend Was 74 (NPR)
* The Verdict on Stravinsky (Jazz Journal UK)
* London jazz festival review – a dazzling display all across the musical spectrum (The Guardian UK)
* Behind the Scenes With Janis Joplin and Big Brother, Rehearsing for the Summer of Love (Collector's Weekly)
* At 75, Chick Corea Still Has That Magic Touch (NPR)
* Identifying the Musical Tastes of Birds (
* Jazzman John Thomson's guide to jazz: 'If you can’t swing, you’ve got no soul' (The Guardian UK)
* In Memoriam: DownBeat Bids Farewell to Four Great Artists (DownBeat)
* The Design + Music Industries are BFFs—They Just Don’t Know it Yet (
* Intersections: 8 Classical Musicians Killing It Right Now Using Live Electronics (
* Micro-ritmos turns bacteria and machine learning into spatialized sound (
* How the Hidden Sounds of Horror Movie Soundtracks Freak You Out (Atlas Obscura)
* 10 addictive browser instruments for making music on your lunch break (
* Harpsi-Gourd Gets You Into Thanksgiving Spirit (
* Composing An Otherworldly And Intimate Soundtrack To 'Arrival' (NPR)
* Pianist/Vocalist Mose Allison Dies at 89 (DownBeat)
* Ireland's oldest blues/jazz venue J.J. Smyths to close (
* Robert Glasper: Battling 'the jazz police' (BBC)
* Amazon files its first-ever lawsuits against alleged sellers of counterfeit goods (
* The Death Of A Disco Host (NPR)
* A History of Music Bootlegs, Told Through 25 of the Most Significant Recordings (
* Sharon Jones, Soul and Funk Singer With Dap-Kings, Dead at 60 (Rolling Stone)

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