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Jazz Inside NY Magazine - January issue - 112 pages is designed for jazz lovers worldwide. This issue features saxophonist Sonny Rollins on the cover and an in-depth interview.
Sonny celebrates his 80th Birthday later this year. In this interview, he talks about his life and career, and shares the wisdom of his years.
Jazz Inside Magazine's 2010 Pull-Out Jazz Photo Wall Calendar - is a 24-page full-color section featuring photos of Herbie Hancock, Ahmad Jamal, Sonny Rollins, and 18 other influential jazz artists and legends. Each of the twelve, two-page spreads - one for each month - that are 11 inches wide by 17 inches tall, each feature photos on the top panel and then a full month calendar on the bottom.
The January issue also features the first of Jazz Inside's Bi-Monthly Education Workshops. This section is a full 20-pages, with an array of content for those who make music or want to, from beginner to advanced. The section is packed with instructional articles on music and improvisation, practice ideas, a transcription of Kenny Barron's improvised solo on "Unit Seven" (composed by Sam Jones), a study on the drum style of Art Blakey including a solo transcription by Dave Miele. There are also reviews of instructional books and materials, and an interview with Chuck Sher, creator of educational music books, including The New Real Book series.
Other interviews include saxophonist Chris Potter, Ted Nash discussing his “Portrait In Seven Shades”, which will be performed by the Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra in conjunction with the release of the CD on February 2.
Indie artist interviews include pianist Emilio Solla, saxophonist Ryan Meagher, pianists Bradley Young and Dan Tepfer and bassoonist Daniel Smith.
Legendary bassist Reggie Workman discusses The Happening 2010, an event co-created by Reggie and singer/composer, Francina Connors, which occurs Friday evening, January 8, at Saint Peter’s Church, 5th and Lexington Ave, from 5:30 until 11:00 PM (with Jane Ira Bloom, Jason Kao Hwang, Amiri Baraka, Will Calhoun’s Native Lands, Bobby Sanabria’s Quarteto Aché, and TRIO 3 — Oliver Lake, Reggie Workman and Andrew Cyrille
Nora McCarthy contributes an article entitled "This The Avant-Garde Jazz Singer In A Main Stream World."
The CD Spotlight section highlights new releases by Ben Allison, Charito, Count Basie Orchestra, Sonny Fortune, Jonathon Haffner, John Hollenbeck, Hiromi, Kristina, B.D. Lenz, Mike Longo, Dom Minasi, Eyal Maoz, Jean Oh, Chris Potter, Dab Tepfer, Lee Konitz, Erica Lindsey, Sumi Tonooka, Gerald Wilson, and Diana Krall.
Ira Gitler focuses on The Remote: Radio to Internet, and Dick Hyman’s Century of Jazz Piano.
Comprehensive monthly calendar and event listings for the number one jazz market in the world - New York - span 16 pages.
Jazz Inside NY Magazine is also available in print, free at 200 locations around the New York metro area.
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Sonny Rollins - The Infinite, Tenacious & Humble Pursuit Along The Path of Spiritual & Musical Mastery
Sonny Rollins - The Infinite, Tenacious & Humble Pursuit Along The Path of Spiritual & Musical Mastery. Legendary saxophonist Sonny Rollins, also known as the "saxophone colossus" [which was the title of one of his albums on Prestige Records in the 1950s] discusses his life and music, the wisdom of his years.