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Glory, glory Olatuja

Alicia Olatuja, who was first noticed for her solo on “Battle Hymn of The Republic” at the Obama Inauguration in 2013, plays an intimate set at SFJazz July 28. A classically trained vocalist from St. Louis and Manhattan School of … Continue reading

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Shedroff Farms Revisited

First off, I want to note here that I just learned, researching this post, that Joshua Redman has lost his mother, as of November, 2016. I saw him play in June at Stanford, about a month before I lost my … Continue reading

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Pharoah Sanders, Don Cherry….and Dartmouth?

and prologue talk about karma I did reach Chris Cortez just now or an hour after posting the first draft of this in the booth of KCSM and he agreed that my Pharaoh take is pretty esoteric and funky like … Continue reading

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The Stanford Jazz ‘Coliseum’

all that jazz: I mention myself or my doings 88 times in a preview of Stanford Jazz Workshop’s 40th season Continue reading

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