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Jazzcorner.com Innerviews

Jazzcorner.com Innerviews

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JazzCorner.com Innerviews are vignettes with insightful commentary, interesting sound bites and lots of great music with great jazz masters and up and coming musicians. Each podcast ranges in time from 4 minutes to an hour.

Latest Episodes

Roy Hargrove - 1969-2018

The great and innovative jazz trumpeter Roy Hargrove passed away Nov 2 at the age of 49. Jazz Perspective producer Reese Erlich interviewed him several times. Here is his JazzCorner.com Jazz InnerViews Perspective produced in 2006 at the Barbados Jazz Festival.

5 min2018 NOV 7
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Roy Hargrove - 1969-2018

Danilo Perez - Comprovization

Pianist Danilo Perez can pound out a mean montuno or tickle the ivories with a silky ballad. In his most recent CD, "Children of the Light," he emphasizes the jazz side of his multi-faceted career. In this JazzCorner.com Jazz Perspective, producer Reese Erlich discusses how Perez creates new music through what he calls "comprovization" - a combination of composition and improvisation.

7 min2017 JUL 15
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Danilo Perez - Comprovization

Kenny Barron - Book of Intuition

Pianist Kenny Barron has excited jazz audiences since the early 1960s. As both performer and educator, Barron has popularized a melodic and straight ahead style. JazzCorner.com producer Reese Erlich caught up with Barron at the Montreal Jazz Festival, and they discussed Barron's 2016 CD "Book of Intuition."

6 min2016 SEP 10
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Kenny Barron - Book of Intuition

Chico Freeman Returns to the United States

One the busiest musicians on the New York scene, saxophonist and composer Chico Freeman decided to move to Europe more than 10 years ago. While there, he explored the musical traditions of Eastern Europe and Africa. With a new record, Freeman returned to the United States this year. In this special 30 minute JazzCorner.com Jazz Perspective, producer Reese Erlich talks to Freeman about his experiences and his return.

6 min2016 JUL 18
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Chico Freeman Returns to the United States

Omar Sosa Creates a Unique Musical Surprise

Cuban born pianist Omar Sosa is always full of surprises. In his 2015 CD Ile, he masterfully combines elements of Cuban son, jazz and flamenco. In this podcast Sosa tells Jazz Perspectives producer Reese Erlich how he gets inspired to make such unique music.​

6 min2015 SEP 22
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Omar Sosa Creates a Unique Musical Surprise

Maria Schneider - Finding Inspiration

Composer and arranger Maria Schneider also conducts one of the country's finest jazz orchestras. It's not the big band sound of years gone by. She creates a contemporary sound that mixes elements of jazz and classical styles. JazzCorner.com's Jazz Perspective producer Reese Erlich spoke with Schneider at her home in New York about a new CD and how she gets inspiration for new compositions.​

7 min2015 JUL 31
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Maria Schneider - Finding Inspiration

Clark Terry - A Full Life Of Jazz

Clark Terry, who was born in 1920, was one of the elite group of jazz artists who played with both Duke Ellington and Count Basie. In this JazzCorner.com Jazz Perspective he doesn't take sides, saying one was better. Count Basie was the master of timing, says Terry, Ellington was the master musician. Clark Terry became famous for playing the trumpet upside down and performing his "mumbles" scat singing routine. Clark Terry, a true jazz treasure, passed away on February 21, 2015. Reese Erlich produced this Jazz Perspective in 2006.​

3 min2015 FEB 25
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Clark Terry - A Full Life Of Jazz

​Carmen Lundy - Soul to Soul​

Carmen Lundy's latest CD "Soul to Soul," drawing on blues and gospel influences, ​with all original compositions. ​JazzCorner.com ​Jazz Perspectives producer Reese Erlich explains, ​"​Lundy plays multiple instruments and has a major role in the recording process. She talks about the creative inspirations for writing, playing and recording her own CD.​

7 min2014 OCT 2
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​Carmen Lundy - Soul to Soul​

Gerald Wilson - Jazz Icon

Big band leader, trumpeter and composer Gerald Wilson was a jazz treasure for more than 6 decades. JazzCorner.com's Lois Gilbert spent several hours with Gerald on his 89th birthday during the Detroit Jazz Festival. Gerald Wilson died on Sept 8, 2014; 4 days after his 96th birthday. This very special JazzCorner.com InnerView is brought to you by Mack Avenue Records. https://www.mackavenue.com

55 min2014 SEP 9
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Gerald Wilson - Jazz Icon

Dianne Reeves - Beautiful Life

If you have ever heard one note from the great Dianne Reeves, you know she has you at hello! Her new album, "Beautiful Life" touches on several aspects of music and plays on the strings of our sensibilities, Mixing in her love of collaboration, Dianne has teamed up with a stunning array of peers including Esperanza Spalding, Robert Glasper, George Duke, Gregory Porter, Gerald Clayton, Lalah Hathaway, Richard Bona and her producer Terri Lyne Carrington. In this JazzCorner.com InnerView, LeRoy Downs talks with Dianne Reeves about "Beautiful Life" sponsored in part by the Joy of Jazz Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa where Dianne Reeves is performing September 25 - September 27, 2014. For more information visit: https://www.joyofjazz.co.za/

20 min2014 SEP 5
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Dianne Reeves - Beautiful Life

Latest Episodes

Roy Hargrove - 1969-2018

The great and innovative jazz trumpeter Roy Hargrove passed away Nov 2 at the age of 49. Jazz Perspective producer Reese Erlich interviewed him several times. Here is his JazzCorner.com Jazz InnerViews Perspective produced in 2006 at the Barbados Jazz Festival.

5 min2018 NOV 7
Comments
Roy Hargrove - 1969-2018

Danilo Perez - Comprovization

Pianist Danilo Perez can pound out a mean montuno or tickle the ivories with a silky ballad. In his most recent CD, "Children of the Light," he emphasizes the jazz side of his multi-faceted career. In this JazzCorner.com Jazz Perspective, producer Reese Erlich discusses how Perez creates new music through what he calls "comprovization" - a combination of composition and improvisation.

7 min2017 JUL 15
Comments
Danilo Perez - Comprovization

Kenny Barron - Book of Intuition

Pianist Kenny Barron has excited jazz audiences since the early 1960s. As both performer and educator, Barron has popularized a melodic and straight ahead style. JazzCorner.com producer Reese Erlich caught up with Barron at the Montreal Jazz Festival, and they discussed Barron's 2016 CD "Book of Intuition."

6 min2016 SEP 10
Comments
Kenny Barron - Book of Intuition

Chico Freeman Returns to the United States

One the busiest musicians on the New York scene, saxophonist and composer Chico Freeman decided to move to Europe more than 10 years ago. While there, he explored the musical traditions of Eastern Europe and Africa. With a new record, Freeman returned to the United States this year. In this special 30 minute JazzCorner.com Jazz Perspective, producer Reese Erlich talks to Freeman about his experiences and his return.

6 min2016 JUL 18
Comments
Chico Freeman Returns to the United States

Omar Sosa Creates a Unique Musical Surprise

Cuban born pianist Omar Sosa is always full of surprises. In his 2015 CD Ile, he masterfully combines elements of Cuban son, jazz and flamenco. In this podcast Sosa tells Jazz Perspectives producer Reese Erlich how he gets inspired to make such unique music.​

6 min2015 SEP 22
Comments
Omar Sosa Creates a Unique Musical Surprise

Maria Schneider - Finding Inspiration

Composer and arranger Maria Schneider also conducts one of the country's finest jazz orchestras. It's not the big band sound of years gone by. She creates a contemporary sound that mixes elements of jazz and classical styles. JazzCorner.com's Jazz Perspective producer Reese Erlich spoke with Schneider at her home in New York about a new CD and how she gets inspiration for new compositions.​

7 min2015 JUL 31
Comments
Maria Schneider - Finding Inspiration

Clark Terry - A Full Life Of Jazz

Clark Terry, who was born in 1920, was one of the elite group of jazz artists who played with both Duke Ellington and Count Basie. In this JazzCorner.com Jazz Perspective he doesn't take sides, saying one was better. Count Basie was the master of timing, says Terry, Ellington was the master musician. Clark Terry became famous for playing the trumpet upside down and performing his "mumbles" scat singing routine. Clark Terry, a true jazz treasure, passed away on February 21, 2015. Reese Erlich produced this Jazz Perspective in 2006.​

3 min2015 FEB 25
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Clark Terry - A Full Life Of Jazz

​Carmen Lundy - Soul to Soul​

Carmen Lundy's latest CD "Soul to Soul," drawing on blues and gospel influences, ​with all original compositions. ​JazzCorner.com ​Jazz Perspectives producer Reese Erlich explains, ​"​Lundy plays multiple instruments and has a major role in the recording process. She talks about the creative inspirations for writing, playing and recording her own CD.​

7 min2014 OCT 2
Comments
​Carmen Lundy - Soul to Soul​

Gerald Wilson - Jazz Icon

Big band leader, trumpeter and composer Gerald Wilson was a jazz treasure for more than 6 decades. JazzCorner.com's Lois Gilbert spent several hours with Gerald on his 89th birthday during the Detroit Jazz Festival. Gerald Wilson died on Sept 8, 2014; 4 days after his 96th birthday. This very special JazzCorner.com InnerView is brought to you by Mack Avenue Records. https://www.mackavenue.com

55 min2014 SEP 9
Comments
Gerald Wilson - Jazz Icon

Dianne Reeves - Beautiful Life

If you have ever heard one note from the great Dianne Reeves, you know she has you at hello! Her new album, "Beautiful Life" touches on several aspects of music and plays on the strings of our sensibilities, Mixing in her love of collaboration, Dianne has teamed up with a stunning array of peers including Esperanza Spalding, Robert Glasper, George Duke, Gregory Porter, Gerald Clayton, Lalah Hathaway, Richard Bona and her producer Terri Lyne Carrington. In this JazzCorner.com InnerView, LeRoy Downs talks with Dianne Reeves about "Beautiful Life" sponsored in part by the Joy of Jazz Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa where Dianne Reeves is performing September 25 - September 27, 2014. For more information visit: https://www.joyofjazz.co.za/

20 min2014 SEP 5
Comments
Dianne Reeves - Beautiful Life
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