Sunday, February 26, 2017

Sunday Session: February 26, 2017

Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Here are some interesting music-related items that have landed in StLJN's inbox over the past week:

* How Hans Zimmer Became a Rock Star (The Atlantic)
* Larry Coryell Dies at 73 (Jazz Times)
* Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr Reunite in the Studio (
* The American Beat of Bobby Lloyd Hicks (
* Learn About Early Audiovisual Art With 10 Pioneering Works (
* Tulane archive gets piece of jazz history (
* Going Deep (Oxford American)
* What Do Actual L.A. Jazz Musicians Think of La La Land's Portrayal of L.A. Jazz? (LA Weekly)
* Alt.Latino Explores Afro-Latin Music For Black History Month (NPR)
* John Coltrane's 'Interstellar Space' at 50: Legacy of a Free-Jazz Masterpiece (Rolling Stone)
* How the Doctor Who theme reveals our deepest fears about space (BBC)
* Q&A with Anoushka Shankar: Spirit of Collaboration (DownBeat)
* Jazz in the digital age: Tools for exploring the music (San Jose Mercury News)
* Listen: Preservation Hall Jazz Band Doubles Down On Afro-Cuban Connection (NPR)
* Portland Jazz Fest Grooves to Fascinating Rhythms (DownBeat)
* Joshua Bell: VR could popularize classical music (USA Today)
* Welcome to the Jazzless Age: Change in New York Times coverage spells trouble for a scene (
* The Rhythm Changes: Kamasi Washington Interviewed (
* A Jazz Fact Check Of 'La La Land' (NPR)
* THEFT: A History of Music (Boing Boing)
* A New Documentary Explores The Troubled, Brilliant Life Of Pianist Bill Evans (NPR)

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