Himalaya-The podcast Player

4.8K Ratings
Open in app
title

Podcast – The Jazz Session

Jason Crane

18
Followers
115
Plays
Podcast – The Jazz Session

Podcast – The Jazz Session

Jason Crane

18
Followers
115
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

Since 2007. The ORIGINAL jazz interview podcast.

Latest Episodes

The Jazz Session #522: Wendy Eisenberg

Guitarist, vocalist, and other-instruments-ist Wendy Eisenberg has released a wealth of music in recent years, each album in a distinct soundworld from every other. In this interview, Eisenberg talks about projects including Dehiscence, Its Shape Is Your Touch, Time Machine, Talk To Me (by their collaborative band Editrix), and more. We also learn why western … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #522: Wendy Eisenberg"

35 MIN4 d ago
Comments
The Jazz Session #522: Wendy Eisenberg

The Jazz Session #521: Brian Landrus

Woodwind player Brian Landrus‘s new album, For Now, comes out on May 15, 2020. In this interview, Landrus talks about making an album with strings; how upheaval in his personal life led to the music on For Now; the influence of Bob Brookmeyer on his writing; a future big band project; and more. / / … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #521: Brian Landrus"

44 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Jazz Session #521: Brian Landrus

The Jazz Session #520: Andy Milne

Pianist Andy Milne has just released his first trio album, The ReMission (Sunnyside Records, 2020), featuring bassist John Hébert and drummer Clarence Penn. In this interview, Milne talks about finally deciding to make a trio record; how the album coincided with both his fight against cancer and a new job at the University of Michigan; … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #520: Andy Milne"

46 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Jazz Session #520: Andy Milne

The Jazz Session #519: Eric Hofbauer

Guitarist Eric Hofbauer recently released Book of Fire (Creative Nation Music, 2020), the second in what will be a five-album series centered on the five aspects of the Chinese philosophy wu xing. In this interview, Hofbauer talks about the first two albums in the series; how he and bassist Tony Leva broadened their instrumental palettes … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #519: Eric Hofbauer"

41 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The Jazz Session #519: Eric Hofbauer

The Jazz Session #518: Remembering Henry Grimes

Bassist and poet Henry Grimes died on April 15, 2020 from complications due to Covid-19. In this episode, I read one of Henry’s poems and a poem I wrote for Henry. After that, pianist Carmen Staaf recalls her relationship with Grimes. The final section is a previously unaired 2008 interview with Henry Grimes recorded at … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #518: Remembering Henry Grimes"

43 MINAPR 22
Comments
The Jazz Session #518: Remembering Henry Grimes

The Jazz Session #517: Angela Davis

Saxophonist Angela Davis‘s latest recording is Little Did They Know (ABC Jazz, 2019). In this interview, Davis talks about moving home to Australia and becoming part of the Melbourne jazz scene; how she came to make this record with Tony Gould and Sam Anning; the stories behind the tunes on the album; life in Australia … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #517: Angela Davis"

37 MINAPR 15
Comments
The Jazz Session #517: Angela Davis

The Jazz Session #516: Brenda Earle Stokes

The new album by Brenda Earle Stokes is Solo Sessions, Vol. 1. In this interview, Stokes talks about this unexpected album; learning 700 songs in 11 weeks on a cruise ship; life in NYC during the pandemic; the idea of the depressed artist; the opportunity for optimism; and more. / / / I’ve been recording … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #516: Brenda Earle Stokes"

46 MINAPR 8
Comments
The Jazz Session #516: Brenda Earle Stokes

The Jazz Session #515: Remembering Ellis Marsalis (2009 Interview)

We just lost Ellis Marsalis. Earlier this week we lost Wallace Roney. I think we’ll be adding more names to the list before all this is over. I’m sharing this 2009 interview with Ellis as a way to honor his memory. Take care of each other, OK? Ellis Marsalis is more than the father of … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #515: Remembering Ellis Marsalis (2009 Interview)"

29 MINAPR 2
Comments
The Jazz Session #515: Remembering Ellis Marsalis (2009 Interview)

The Jazz Session #514: Yoko Miwa

Pianist Yoko Miwa‘s most recent album is Keep Talkin’. In this interview, Miwa talks about the difficulties facing all musicians during the coronavirus outbreak; surviving the 1995 Kobe earthquake; gigging with Sheila Jordan; why she often includes Beatles songs on her albums; and more. / / / I’ve been recording conversations with jazz musicians since … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #514: Yoko Miwa"

34 MINMAR 18
Comments
The Jazz Session #514: Yoko Miwa

The Jazz Session #513: Nick Finzer

Cast Of Characters (Outside in Music, 2020) is the latest album from trombonist, composer and record label owner Nick Finzer. In this interview, Finzer talks about writing this ambitious suite of music; about how we incorporate and transcend our influences; his long-running band; and his decision to start a record label. / / / I’ve … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #513: Nick Finzer"

39 MINMAR 11
Comments
The Jazz Session #513: Nick Finzer

Latest Episodes

The Jazz Session #522: Wendy Eisenberg

Guitarist, vocalist, and other-instruments-ist Wendy Eisenberg has released a wealth of music in recent years, each album in a distinct soundworld from every other. In this interview, Eisenberg talks about projects including Dehiscence, Its Shape Is Your Touch, Time Machine, Talk To Me (by their collaborative band Editrix), and more. We also learn why western … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #522: Wendy Eisenberg"

35 MIN4 d ago
Comments
The Jazz Session #522: Wendy Eisenberg

The Jazz Session #521: Brian Landrus

Woodwind player Brian Landrus‘s new album, For Now, comes out on May 15, 2020. In this interview, Landrus talks about making an album with strings; how upheaval in his personal life led to the music on For Now; the influence of Bob Brookmeyer on his writing; a future big band project; and more. / / … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #521: Brian Landrus"

44 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Jazz Session #521: Brian Landrus

The Jazz Session #520: Andy Milne

Pianist Andy Milne has just released his first trio album, The ReMission (Sunnyside Records, 2020), featuring bassist John Hébert and drummer Clarence Penn. In this interview, Milne talks about finally deciding to make a trio record; how the album coincided with both his fight against cancer and a new job at the University of Michigan; … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #520: Andy Milne"

46 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Jazz Session #520: Andy Milne

The Jazz Session #519: Eric Hofbauer

Guitarist Eric Hofbauer recently released Book of Fire (Creative Nation Music, 2020), the second in what will be a five-album series centered on the five aspects of the Chinese philosophy wu xing. In this interview, Hofbauer talks about the first two albums in the series; how he and bassist Tony Leva broadened their instrumental palettes … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #519: Eric Hofbauer"

41 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The Jazz Session #519: Eric Hofbauer

The Jazz Session #518: Remembering Henry Grimes

Bassist and poet Henry Grimes died on April 15, 2020 from complications due to Covid-19. In this episode, I read one of Henry’s poems and a poem I wrote for Henry. After that, pianist Carmen Staaf recalls her relationship with Grimes. The final section is a previously unaired 2008 interview with Henry Grimes recorded at … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #518: Remembering Henry Grimes"

43 MINAPR 22
Comments
The Jazz Session #518: Remembering Henry Grimes

The Jazz Session #517: Angela Davis

Saxophonist Angela Davis‘s latest recording is Little Did They Know (ABC Jazz, 2019). In this interview, Davis talks about moving home to Australia and becoming part of the Melbourne jazz scene; how she came to make this record with Tony Gould and Sam Anning; the stories behind the tunes on the album; life in Australia … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #517: Angela Davis"

37 MINAPR 15
Comments
The Jazz Session #517: Angela Davis

The Jazz Session #516: Brenda Earle Stokes

The new album by Brenda Earle Stokes is Solo Sessions, Vol. 1. In this interview, Stokes talks about this unexpected album; learning 700 songs in 11 weeks on a cruise ship; life in NYC during the pandemic; the idea of the depressed artist; the opportunity for optimism; and more. / / / I’ve been recording … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #516: Brenda Earle Stokes"

46 MINAPR 8
Comments
The Jazz Session #516: Brenda Earle Stokes

The Jazz Session #515: Remembering Ellis Marsalis (2009 Interview)

We just lost Ellis Marsalis. Earlier this week we lost Wallace Roney. I think we’ll be adding more names to the list before all this is over. I’m sharing this 2009 interview with Ellis as a way to honor his memory. Take care of each other, OK? Ellis Marsalis is more than the father of … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #515: Remembering Ellis Marsalis (2009 Interview)"

29 MINAPR 2
Comments
The Jazz Session #515: Remembering Ellis Marsalis (2009 Interview)

The Jazz Session #514: Yoko Miwa

Pianist Yoko Miwa‘s most recent album is Keep Talkin’. In this interview, Miwa talks about the difficulties facing all musicians during the coronavirus outbreak; surviving the 1995 Kobe earthquake; gigging with Sheila Jordan; why she often includes Beatles songs on her albums; and more. / / / I’ve been recording conversations with jazz musicians since … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #514: Yoko Miwa"

34 MINMAR 18
Comments
The Jazz Session #514: Yoko Miwa

The Jazz Session #513: Nick Finzer

Cast Of Characters (Outside in Music, 2020) is the latest album from trombonist, composer and record label owner Nick Finzer. In this interview, Finzer talks about writing this ambitious suite of music; about how we incorporate and transcend our influences; his long-running band; and his decision to start a record label. / / / I’ve … Continue reading "The Jazz Session #513: Nick Finzer"

39 MINMAR 11
Comments
The Jazz Session #513: Nick Finzer
hmly
Welcome to Himalaya Premium