Sunday, December 11, 2016

Sunday Session: December 11, 2016

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

* Exclusive: Nina Simone as You’ve Never Seen Her (The Daily Beast)
* Harvard’s best listeners (
* How Context Awareness Is The Next Frontier In The Music Industry (
* Streams ahead: the artists who made it huge without radio support (The Guardian UK)
* Digging Up Rap History: The Story of Chopped Herring Records (
* Grammy Nominations: Full List of Nominees for 59th Annual Awards (Variety)
* These 10 Living Legends of Jazz Prove Nobody Can Out-Dress the OGs (GQ)
* Vinyl albums outsell digital downloads for the first time (The Telegraph UK)
* Jack White to Questlove: Photos of drummers in their studios (
* Is Live Performance the Future of Documentaries? (
* Julie Tippetts: Didn't You Used To Be Julie Driscoll? (
* When Jazz Was Cool (New Music Box)
* Grammys 2016: As the jazz nominations show, buzz helps (Los Angeles Times)
* Tributaries of Afrobeat/s (
* Lloyd & Friends Stage ‘Marvel’-ous Show in SoCal (DownBeat)
* “BRAAAM!”: The Sound that Invaded the Hollywood Soundtrack (
* tony conrad’s grading tips for teachers (with an extended interview) (
* The Decades-Long Quest to Design a Car Stereo That Can't Be Stolen (
* 'Harlem River Drive' Revisited With Eddie Palmieri (NPR)
* On Being Named Composer of the Year by Musical America (New Music Box)
* ‘To What Degree Are We Really Improvising?’: Avram Fefer on Making Music With Richard Serra Sculptures (Art News)
* Listen: Louis Armstrong Covers John Lennon with “Give Peace a Chance” (Offbeat)

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