Sunday, March 27, 2016

Sunday Session: March 27, 2016

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

* Malcolm McLaren's son to burn £5m of punk memorabilia (The Guardian UK)
* Vijay Iyer/Wadada Leo Smith: A Cosmic Rhythm With Each Stroke (The Quietus)
* What Happens When Pop/Alternative Radio Runs Out of Alternatives? (Billboard)
* Coltrane Church to vacate Western Addition at end of April (San Francisco Chronicle)
* Ray Davies: The Lonely Kink (Rolling Stone)
* Historic days for US and Cuba, accompanied by jazz (Jazz Beyond Jazz)
* How we made Motown (The Guardian UK)
* Paul McCartney strikes out to gain control of his share of the Beatles catalogue (The Guardian UK)
* Concord to Release Lee Ritenour Vinyl Box Set (Jazz Times)
* 10 Records You Might Have Owned That Are Now Worth a Fortune (
* Vinyl sales in 2015 worth more than Spotify Free and YouTube combined (
* Verve to Release “Jazz at the Philharmonic: The Ella Fitzgerald Set” (Jazz Times)
* Cosmic Slop: Pedro Bell’s fantastic, far-out and funky Funkadelic album art (
* Jazz Record Mart collection is now in distinguished company (Medill Reports Chicago)
* For jazz pianist, Obama's trip to Cuba 'beyond what I'd ever thought I'd see' (PRI)
* Born To Be Blue: Chet Baker In 5 Songs (NPR)
* Uri Caine: In dialogue with music history (
* Blue Note Becomes Apple Music Curator, Reissues Gems on Vinyl (DownBeat)
* Award-winning Composer David Baker Dies At 84 (Indiana Public Media)

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